Dating rules in other countries
If you want a more egalitarian society, go to Central or Northern Europe.Go to the Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, Norway, etc.But then again, you can go to any other country and the women there will still be better than American women.LOL I'm Swedish, yep things are less traditional and it's not always the man who has to pay. Swedish women are mostly feminists, and it has really gone too far over here with all that gender equality bs. Evereything that is seen as manly and masculine is seen as bad basicly. You're confirming what I've been told by colleagues.You might want to specify where you're moving to though as Europe is a huge place!I've lived in the Uk and am now in Italy, and boy, the dating style is very different. I confirm british posters said, in France, Spain and Italy, multi-dating is a deal-breaker.It turns out that the game of love hasn't always been as easy as creating your online dating profile or "putting a ring on it". However, if you’re a guy reading this and you’re thinking that the Japanese men have got it easy, be warned that exactly one month later, the Japanese celebrate a similar follow-up holiday called "White Day".Regardless if your *true love* is traveling and learning about other cultures or not, read on for some of the most strange dating rituals over time from around the world. This time around, the chocolate giving and receiving is reversed; the guys have to buy the girls white chocolate if their feelings are mutual. That is, until you learn that men are expected to spend twice as much on White Day as the girls do on Valentine's Day. Been on a hundred dates and never managed to win them over?
Some men do seem to think that as long as they present a sense of confidence that you should be fine with that, you will be fine with it. I wouldn't fall out with a guy over it, or get angry with him, but I'd end any romantic connection.
Is dating there much different than it is in North America?