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I am new in your club, and I wanted to let you know that I am excited to share my insights on the dating scene in America and abroad.
I have already created my first post in the section "General Discussion", where I shared my experiences with trying to date American women.
Here is the link:
http://www.happierabroad.com/forum/view ... 4879#94879
I am of Ukrainian heritage (both parents Ukrainian), in the upper 20's age-wise and still enjoying life as a college student. I guess it might be interesting for some of you to read about views on American women from a "pure-blooded" Ukrainian, so go ahead and read my first post.
Well, I am glad to be a new member on this site, and I hope to have an exchange of useful information and experiences with you.
Hi, your English is excellent for a 2nd language! I'm envious that you can always give up on Ameri-bitches and go to the Ukraine for a wife anytime you like - however, I don't think you should EVER bring a wife to the USA as she will become the same as a AW.
Thank you for your compliments about my English! I think one can expect someone who has spent a while in the US and attended a university to be good in the language, although even I know of Americans whose English is significantly worse.
Anyway, you are spot-on about better not bringing a wife from overseas to the US, and this is a question that I haven't resolved yet: If you bring your wife to the US, you may preserve your career chances, but once your wife learns about her "rights" and gets social with some American "girlfriends" who will badmouth males behind their back, I fear that she might indeed transform into a male-bashing bitch that you so desperately tried to evade. And even if she manages to resist feminism, your daughter - if you will have one, will very likely become a nasty American slut once she is exposed to public schools and American college, especially if she is attractive. Sorry to say than, but I see nothing coming that can reverse this trend.
Living abroad, on the other hand, won't yield you a top career with a decent income, but I noticed during my last visit in Ukraine that even poor families showed a noticeable happiness in their life despite the harsh economic conditions. I think that these conditions make people appreciate the little things that they have (or gain) much more than people in the west, which is why people in poor countries can be happy despite having little. They do actually live their lives and not just mechanically function as machines for the purpose of a greater capitalistic ideal (working to live versus living to work). They realize that a strong bond and mutual support within their families is the only way to survive the conditions, hence they have simply no time for feminism, political correctness and all the crap that has engulfed the west. As such, women have a strong interest in mating with a decent and well-heeled male, because he is seen as an opportunity to fortify the family "tribe". In the west, women have the career, the attractive ones can have sex at any time they want, so they don't really need a man to commit to any longer in their lives. In the light of a relatively bad average quality of males in poor countries, I think that a decent-looking and educated "nice guy" from the west is indeed worth pure gold.
In America, everyone is told from an early childhood on that the key to happiness lies in consumption - the more, the better. However, even people making over 100K a year realize at some point in their life that they may have the income, the house, the wealth, but no time to actually live their wealth due to brutal working hours, and if they do, they live in isolation. They may get dates, but the women dating them are predators bent on screwing them up. Don't worry, I don't categorize myself into their league - I am a rather poor college student. Maybe the best solution for the future is to save up during the productive ages and then switch to a remote job in the foreign country....
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