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But I have heard similar things from my foreign friends. The problem with games, is that the defense to many of these games, is multi dating. So I, and I'm sure many people in the US, multi date, because the defensive property of it makes it an attractive choice. There's something almost Germanic about the American male approach, I think. If you or someone close to you is currently in crisis or in an emergency situation, contact your local law enforcement agency or emergency number.
So I would gladly trade multi dating for European dating culture, at least from what I've heard. French men....flirtation seems to come so naturally to you guys that you maybe don't even realise you're doing it. We were both smokers at the time, and she offered me a cigarette in the metro station.
Also dating is less formal which means that you are distracted without making it very 'ceremonial' and necessarily paying an expensive dinner.
I have never seen guys here pull chairs and open the car door, that is considered too much.
Britain, France, Spain, Italy and Eastern European countries are not much less traditional than the US, although the difference is that in those countries the women also abide to their own traditional 'responsibilities' unlike here where women want men to be 'men' while they believe they themselves on the other hand can choose to do whatever they want.
If you want a more egalitarian society, go to Central or Northern Europe.
The idea is that you would at least drop the rest if you find a good connection with one.
You might want to specify where you're moving to though as Europe is a huge place!
I guess this is partly due to cultural differences but there are a lot of variances across the continent. There is a assumed/unspoken rule than when you start to date you become exclusive.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.There's a good chance I'll soon be moving to Europe for a couple of years for work.
Is dating there much different than it is in North America?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.