For instance, hypergamy is one trait that women have in common worldwide. It's only when a society goes feminist that hypergamy goes unchecked, leaving a large percentage of men out of the mating pool. Not only it goes unchecked, it's also subsidized by the daddygov. In most developing countries, women are friendlier to men because there's no daddygov backing of feminism. Either their societies don't have enough wealth to effectively enforce feminist policies, or they're too inept to do so. They're also wiser to an extent compared to Anglophone countries (e.g. legalizing/tolerating p4p), although that may be changing.Kradmelder wrote: I think women have many traits in common world wide, but the social constraints and cultures regulating their behaviour vary tremendously, hence they appear to behave different.
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What's your story? Discussions your reasons for going abroad.
Last edited by MattHanson1990 on June 6th, 2017, 7:33 pm, edited 1 time in total.
The problem with many American women is that they suffer from god complexes. They don't honor men or traditional roles. They lust after ungodly things because they can't submit to God. That's also how and why they can hop from man to man without blinking. It is a spiritual disorder. This is not "normal". It does have to do with cultural influences though. American women were programmed to behave this way.
Travelling is part of human nature for us, but not for many people. Many people are perfectly content just sitting on the couch, eating pizza, watching TV, and not venturing far beyond home. I have family members who hate travelling. They tend to be boring people who don't really care about anything outside of their own bubble.
Also, MANY Americans have misconceptions about travelling (much less living) abroad. They include:
-It's incredibly expensive. Going to a foreign country abroad is viewed by many Americans as something that only the wealthy do.
-Americans aren't liked overseas.
-It's unsafe (my grandmother was seriously concerned for my safety when I visited Japan, of all places)
-Everyone else in the world wants to move to the U.S. The U.S. is so wonderful, so why would I want to leave?
Most Americans just don't know any better, and that includes the dateless males. They have no idea that there are cultures different from the U.S. where respect and kindness are valued and not viewed as a sign of weakness.
I agree with your comment.
There are also other reasons why people from USA are not traveling abroad and often do not have even a passport and never have been even outside of their federal state.
Let me add to your list that one major reason is surely 'short vacation' - USA is a wide area and it takes a while to get out of it.
You cannot get so easily away for a few weeks if you have a regular job. Time is really a problem in the USA, you are much better off with vacation when you are from Europe.
True, but the Japanese don't get much vacation time either and yet many of them travel overseas. They also are far removed from Europe and North America, but I see groups of Japanese tourists all the time in NY, Vegas, DC, and all over Europe. They tend to travel in packs.