German men in america dating


18-Apr-2017 15:51

The other kind meet approximately 2 times for drinks at some bar, then one of them invites the other to see their place, and if they agree they're going to have sex.

Then they meet some more times (all the while having sex) to decide whether they actually like each other enough to make a commitment or if that whole thing is just going to be casual.

That's why it's so strange for me having a guy who acts like this : D Also, I was so so curious about stereotypes.

Thanks a lot for your kind answer Croatia originally.

These scums are everywhere I guess..it isn't the norm of course. Because you make it sound a bit like that Multiple dating is a normal thing. If a girl doesn't play hard to get and sleep on the first date, a guy will think that she's easy and she's not anymore a possible candidate for a relationship or anything serious.

That's a norm that goes pretty much for majority of people (exception are guys who spent some time abroad, so they're more open-minded and respectful, but whoever moves abroad doesn't move back).

What kind of person you are or want to be and more importantly your partner is, you need to decide yourself and act accordingly.

I guess solid advice would depend on what you actually want out of this relationship.: D Also, if you speak German, there's Aurelie every foreign girl I think knows: https:// : DIt is all about the stereotypes, but now when I collect all of my experience I could put it in those two ranges.There are definately guys here too that cheat and/or do stuff to get you to have sex with them and then drop you for the next girl..just keep you around until you notice they are fucking others on the side...In Zagreb there were some protests of course and we were making jokes out of it, but there are many women who are extremely religious and think they have to be 'women' in home and do all the housework, not to have many sexual partners before marriage (although the average number of sexual partners in Croatia is higher than in Germany).

Now I'm a bit off the topic, but the point is that we're not as equal as German society is, in general speaking.

What I really like in Germany that women are equal to men and it's not a no-go if you approach a guy, if you call him out, actually it's self-assumed that both of you build your acquaintanceship/relationship and you'll be treated equal as a woman, because it's a partnership of two people, so both participate actively.