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Relationships, romantic or otherwise, are not labeled or defined as stringently as in American dating culture.In fact, it is considered proper not to tell anyone, even your parents and closest friends, whom you are dating or interested in.The message from older generations of feminists isn’t “we strove to break the boundaries so you can be what you want to be” it’s “we strove to break the boundaries so you be what you want to be.”I want to again reiterate that this needed to happen; the social inequality that existed between sexes left to us by the 19th century needed to change.It’s I think prudent to note that at the same as this is liberating to women, it could also be obligating.Our notions of gender were perhaps never more confused.Please, don’t get me wrong, this is a good thing, and needed to happen.A look at the top five most notable European countries shows the variance in culture.According to "France Today," French singles primarily spend time in groups as friends.
His thoughts, feelings, what he looks like, what he cares about, these are all immaterial, as long as he stays fitting in that box marked “Man.”I note this because I think my feelings for my European girlfriend have developed partially because I don’t get the sense that she’s filling out a checklist.
Given the size of Europe and the many different countries that exist within its borders, the dating customs from country to country vary.
While in some countries the typical American idea of dating, whereby two people exclusively see each other and others know about it, does exist, it is not prevalent in all societies.
A man is always expected to ask a woman for a date, never the reverse.
The man pays for the date and if the girl is still living with her parents, the man brings flowers to her mother.