Dating latin women advice
"Here are some general pointers (which I repeat may not apply to all Brazilian and Latin women): 1)There is a strong sense of family in Brazil. People tend to live close to Mom and Dad, aunts and uncles. Divorce rates unfortunately are growing, so this may change. Children live with their parents until they get married.It is also a matriarchal society (although men had the power for generations, when it comes to raising kids, mothers are considered more important than fathers). That of course makes kids closer to their parents, and affects how they see their future family as well.I went for coffee with a former colleague in London. I was left with a Starbucks-shaped logo on my forehead.In Buenos Aires I rarely pay for coffee, a cocktail or dinner – unless I’m out with a foreign guy – and my forehead remains logo-free.Warning two: many Argentine women give booze a wide berth so perhaps coffee and a cupcake is a better first-date option… Always have a plan B to accommodate for forgotten birthday parties and cousins’ graduations when the inevitable last-minute bailout message arrives.
Blowing hot and cold is all part of the game so take an Argentine-size pinch of salt when embarking on a new adventure. In fact, you’ll have to work even harder since being single is apparently in fashion, even when Tinder and Happn are the most popular dating apps these days (with 20 and 10 million users each other).
If your GF finds out you go to these places you can expect a very strong reaction.
3) When it comes to engagement and weddings, Brazilian women are used to do things differently.
They decide to get married and communicate it to their families, period.
4) Do not even think of having a dalliance with hookers and strippers just because it is your bachelor’s party.
We are happy with a simpler ring or just the wedding band. The old fashioned on your knees proposal is not heard off in real life.