Love is universal, but tying the knot is different everywhere.
Ramy Youssef wants you to see that Muslims are vulnerable, too.
When your mom introduces you to her aunt's cousin's wife's daughter's sister-in-law and you have to pretend you know who she is.
Why do we teach men that it’s okay to feel like less of a man if your wife is successful?
Maybe arranged marriages aren't SO bad.
I’ve heard of so many women who gave up their jobs, their friends, and some even their clothing style because of their husband.
Feel free to listen to this while browsing through calligraffiti or reading about Middle Eastern politics and sipping some tea.
Before 1952, picking your race in America meant being either black or white.
My memories of Syria look different than what you see on the news.
You need to know who the person is that you're marrying - but you can't find that out if you're still wearing rose-colored glasses.
I’ve heard this several times before. “You don’t like Arabic music? How do you call yourself Syrian?”
"So, when are you going to get married?"