Dating in the senegalese culture
We had a little disagreement earlier in the week, but nothing serious just things people in relationships go through.
I saw on the other site that you have a new friend.
After decades of stagnant economic growth, good providers are hard to find.
In this article we examine two strategies that women employ in an attempt to achieve economic security: nonmarital sex and transnational marriage.
Transnational marriage and nonmarital sexual relationships illuminate women’s new strategies to stabilize their social positions in increasingly precarious times.I'm hoping for a positive experience with other women in like situations that will enrich us all. If only the males know about you in the relationship, then something isn't right... He isn't that into you and need you for his own personal needs..Peace If you have something to share about Senegalese culture or women, I would love to hear it.At least the fact that you disagreed means the lines of communication were open for you to discuss it. I guess I'm like you...taking it one day at a time.
In Senegal, love, respect, and compatibility have historically figured into marital calculations, yet prospective husbands must also provide material support.
You are right about the negative undertones, but the thing I try to keep sight of is people usually don't go hunting for answers on the internet when everything is going well.