Kind of sad if that is the case. I knew one Colombian American guy that went back to Colombian and got a wife. He seems to be happy. If this is true than it seems only the Asian continent and various Asian countries only offer the best wives. It does limit the choices for men.
The way I see it is this... Latin America is by some considered part of the western world. Besides the differences in industrialization, the culture in LA is not incredibly different from the U.S. or U.K. 1 out of 5 Colombian girls is pregnant by 18. There is almost no cultural shaming of premarital sex. Infidelity is rampant. Drug-use is extremely high. Does this all sound familiar?
What Latin America does have going for it is a lack of political correctness. So, the byproduct of political correctness, victim movements, is almost non-existent. I'm sure you could find examples of feminist movements in Latin America if you did a google search, but comparatively, feminism is not a major issue in Latin America. So there are still nice, feminine women who generally do a better job of keeping themselves attractive than their American/UK counterparts. What this means is that attractive women come at a lower price in Latin America than they do in the U.S., because it all comes down to supply and demand.
Latin America is part of the Western World as even though there are some ranmants of Indigenous culture, most of the cultural influence of both good and bad points comes from Spain and Portugal, which are European countries though culturally different from the Anglosphere. Religion we are Catholic, and the Spaniards made all effort to enforce their culture and almost vanish Indigenous culture and influence. Only influence you can see is in cuisine and local slang words, but customs and mentality, it is pretty much Mediterranean (passionate, warm, friendly, corrupt, superficial, envious, prideful, cynical, etc).
Feminist movement in Latin America is different from the one in Anglosphere. Here, women enjoy being feminine and women, the feminism here focus more on payment equality, job opportunities and stop sexual harrassment, not wanting to be men.