Here are some excerpts from what a few Muslims around the blogosphere have to say about it:
ABCD Law: "I’d like to add that Nadia had her fiancée EXTREMELY whipped. I love how Desi aunties always tell their daughters to rein in their fiancées/husbands yet conversely if another Desi girl is seen doing the same she is a nakhrewali (i.e. high-maintenance shrew) . . . "
Aisha - Perpetually Befuddled: "Dowry violence hurts me for surely I've had a relative or ancestor who felt the pain of dowry abuse. As I'm a reflection of my ancestors who provided me with the building blocks I'm made of I can't help but grieve for the pain they endured."
Queen Jameelah: It's slim pickings for the sisters. Pickings meaning "eligible Muslim brothers who are able willing to step to the plate in seeking the hand of mentally mature women."
Quest: Understanding supply & demand will lead to a better understanding of the marriage game. "It seems that women are much more valuable than men when they are younger. Very few woman want to marry an 18 year old guy. But MANY men want to marry an 18 year old girl."
Raggiungere: "You have never had a more amazing variety of beautiful women who are intent on reviving this ummah."
Reconnected: "I gotta remind myself to be patient, all happens in due time"
This American Muslim: A "critical factor" in blogging is the consideration that it may be a discreet way of ensuring your suitors can locate the information they are seeking about you.