Brazilian culture men dating

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Also this is only a bit of fun, I'm not looking for any heated debate or anything.

I won't deny either I'm personally curious!

Men might play soccer with their buddies in the afternoon, women might have a coffee and go shoppping with their female friends but they do not go out at night and leave their partner alone at home.

No strip clubs for men in committed relationships either.

On the other hand, there are some cultural similarities in the way people are raised.

Don’t be surprised if both of you have communication problems due to upbringing differences, as well as food preferences and other habits that can cause trouble.

Staying attractive is sine qua non in a culture that judges people by how they look. They see darker Brazilians as belonging to the lower social classes.

Brazilians associate cursing with gangsters and lowlifes. Many older women in Brazil are in dire economical situation due to widowhood, divorce, lack of opportunities or low paid jobs.

, to do girly things (they may have piano and ballet lessons, not play baseball or rough sports, for example).

Many are still raised to get married and have children as their first focus and have a career as a secondary pursuit-a necessary evil.

Are there any 'stand out' assumptions made about British guys? Is the cultural difference generally much of problem?

I've only really vaguely read about Brazilian guys having a kind of macho-centric attitude and how obviously that's quite different to us Europeans. Just your thoughts on maybe what you might experienced seen/heard?

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