One criticism that is constantly levelled against American women, is that they expect perfection.That it is the guy’s job to be able to be everything that their partner wants and more, and that even sometimes that is not enough.Of course, sometimes the language barrier extends beyond just a new way of saying words.There are some words that are completely different in the US, and some that have entirely different meanings. Both of these are extreme stereotypes that completely polarise a hugely interesting and diverse culture.This is something that adds to the charm, and the fun of international dating, even if you do both speak the same language, there are still subtle nuances to learn and discover about each other! It was, at first, surprising to discover that these stereotypes exist, and are so prevalent.But, fortunately, I have yet to meet anybody who fits into either of these categories.But to generalise these assumptions, and often stereotypes, to the whole American population is unfair.
While I have met people with strong, sometimes extreme, political and social views, that is not her.And while, yes, I do find dating Chelsea an exciting experience (I would be lying if I said I didn’t enjoy my trips to the US), I do not think that it is because she is not from the same country as me.I have found the person I want to spend my life with, and she just so happens to be American.I imagine this criticism comes from a handful of scorned men, with somewhat limited dating experience, and have become bitter towards all, based on the actions of a few.
It is very easy, from a few experiences, to label a group of people as the same, yet ignore the diversity within the group.
This is an extremely outdated view, and from my experience not true.