Indian couples refrain from openly sharing photos in public or telling family that they’re dating.
What’s most relieving about America is that relationships are casual and don’t look at the larger picture.
I think young people are more sexually-minded in Ireland. It’s certainly much easier to form platonic relationships in America.American hook-up culture actually pales in comparison to the hook-up culture in my hometown.Women are just as flirtatious at home, but I’ve never seen anyone chase a guy and continue to do so even after he says he’s taken.”KOREA“Korean girls expect a lot from men.They’re very clingy, and expect guys to buy them everything, to surprise them with big events all the time.Long-term relationships just aren’t as prevalent there and casual once off/very short-term arrangements are the commonplace.“I keep seeing women chasing guys and throwing themselves at them here and it’s just so novel.
I’ve actually seen a few cases recently where the guy will tell the woman that he’s dating someone and she’ll brush it off and tell him to hook up with her anyway.But honestly, in America, you have access to a lot more people.You’re able to get to know so many people from different parts of the world.Dating in New York is hard enough as it is, but it can be even worse when you’re from an entirely different country.We asked eight NYU international students to talk about their experiences dating and connecting to Americans. BRAZILThe biggest difference is that for us making out is pretty chill, you know? When I think of dates, I think of thirty year olds desperate to get married. I feel like here people have a circle of personal space that they only allow a few careful chosen people to penetrate.And Korea definitely has a growing hook-up culture, but it’s still not as severe as America’s.”INDIA“The American dating culture is very fast. In India, my friends have dated for a couple of months/years and it’s very hard for them to overcome a break-up.