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Because sex and romantic love remain highly controversial subjects in the kingdom, interviewees spoke to NBC News on condition of anonymity, and pseudonyms have been used.

Waleed is an outlier in Saudi Arabia, where many marriages are still set up by families and where couples sometimes don’t meet in person before getting engaged.

“Change has come to Saudi Arabia.”Much of Waleed’s "love relationship" with his girlfriend has taken place online.

The pair finally met in person in Egypt, where gender mixing is more accepted than in Saudi Arabia, long dominated by a puritanical form of Islam that has been challenged recently by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's push toward a more moderate interpretation of the religion.“Our culture here, they make love a sin,” Waleed said.

Early on, her beguiling smile had boys asking for her telephone number.

Fadila sometimes complied, but often gave a wrong number to prevent gossip.

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The single fossil finger bone of Homo sapiens - pictured from various angles - from the Al Wusta site, Saudi Arabia is pictured in this undated handout composite photo obtained by Reuters April 9, 2018.

Lulwa, 27, bridles at a deep-seated sexism in Saudi society that she says reduces women to their reproductive functions, even among some members of her liberal circle in which the genders mix and alcohol is sometimes served at parties.“You were born to give birth — that’s your mission in life,” she says.

Then she channels her father and says: “Why would you date — where does this go?

“The big question now is what became of the ancestors of the population to which the Al Wusta human belonged,” Groucutt said.

“We know that shortly after they lived, the rains failed and the area dried up. Did it survive further south in Arabia, where even today there are mountainous areas with quite high rainfall and coastal regions which receive monsoonal rains? “Or did the drying environment mean that some of these people were ‘pushed’ further into Eurasia, as part of a worldwide colonization?

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