The primary & most common pattern of Interzat relations traditionally involves our Pakistani, Indo-Muslim, Punjabi & Iranian women marrying Makrani Negroid, Afro-Dravidian & West Indies Negro men. For our women prefer 'Makrani', 'Telingani' & 'Karibi' men on account of the superior size of their genitalia. Thus, scientific measurements reveal that the 6-9 inch Negroid Makrani Penis, Dravidian Penis & West Indies Negro Penis volumetrically average 2-3 times the size of the mean 4.5 inch Caucasoid Indo-Iranian Penis. Moreover, the thickness & decreased sensitivity of 'binghi skin' implies the act of love takes much longer, adding greatly to female gratification.
This in turn forces the secondary pattern of Inter-Zat Marriage. Unable to compete with the penis size or strength of Negro-Dravidian men, us 'Paki' men are forced to turn to Hindu & Central Indian women. As the Nordic-Iranian 4.5 inch Pakistani Penis, Indian Muslim Penis, Punjabi Penis & Iranian Penis are slightly larger than the Alpine 4 inch North Indian Penis, Hindu Penis or Central Indian Penis, we have a slight edge. However, our main advantage here is not penis size but circumcision, for the reduced sensivity of the glans lengthens the sex act.
2) "By contrast, among the city-origin Mughals, inter-zat marriages were considered less remarkable: two 'arranged love' marriages across caste boundaries were quite acceptable. Similar inter-zat marriages had taken place in the parental and grandparental generations in this family. All groups strongly disapproved of marriages across the landowning-artisan divide, not only because of concerns about zat status, but also because they tend to occur in defiance of parental plans and arrangements." - 'Kinship, Cultural Preference & Immigration: Consanguineous Marriage among British Pakistanis' Alison Shaw. The J. of the Royal Anthro. Institute 7.2 (Jun. 2001) pp. 315-334.
3) "Werbner described the important role of 'Islamisation‘ in approaches to zat, noting that greater piety and a closer observation of Islamic texts helps some to break away from the zat-based definition of status and can facilitate inter-zat marriages." ( Blell, Mwenza, Thandiwe (2009). 'The Timing & Experience of Menopause among British Pakistani Women in Bradford & Leeds, West Yorkshire, UK', p 31. Doctoral thesis, Durham Univ. Available at Durham E-Theses Online: etheses.dur.ac.uk/291/ )