Cultural differences aside, human beings in general are selfish creatures. For example, I seek only to be loved and appreciated, to be trusted and respected.For me to help my future wife at home is a way to spend more time with her and perhaps be rewarded with passion at the end of the night for showing her that she is my equal that she is indeed revered. They seem to be very licentious towards white American men.
I'm from southern california so I have a lot of contact with latina girls.
Many of these women I have come across do want satisfying relationships but there are others who can be abusive towards men.
This is true for all women, just not mexican women. Some might get caught up in the liberal views and become promiscous.
Expert: Melissa Burton (a.k.a Bee) - 11/10/2006 Question I am in love with a Mexican woman faily new to my country.
Time and time again I hear about how fiercely loyal Mexican women are in a marriage setting.
Yet I have observed how single Mexican women seem to be licentious towards white American men (at least they seem to flirt with me like crazy).To me it is flattering to be admired, but my life lessons in my American culture have taught me that lust is different than love. Are they seeking men to use and abuse as the men in they're country seem to do to them?My understanding is that Mexican women pursue American and European men mostly because they feel we are more loyal and good providers. Or do they genuinely seek an equal, loving relationship where they are respected, appreciated and even helped in the kitchen at meal times?Equality, I believe is what these women seek when they come to the United States.But after having tasted more liberal lifestyles do they get swept up into it and become promiscuous?If so it would be very difficult for an American man who was revered by his Mexican bride in the beginning, to slowly and surely be less attractive and respected and eventually thought less of.