Dating a french boy
For Ella (and any other American gals here who are dating a Frenchman), Are you interested in French guys because of being interested in France or is it the other way around?
Me, I've been sadly disadvantaged in that department because where I live isn't exactly abundant in French visitors or inhabitants, and unfortunately I've never been in the position to travel to France.
I was dating this guy from Toulouse and two weeks into the relationship he wanted me to move in with him.
That was after only two dates and we did not speak that much in between the dates.
He always spends quality time with us, showing how much he loves us and wanting to take care of us. Even though there is an age difference he tries his best to understand where I'm coming from emotionally.
He initiated the "I love you" and the getting serious was completely mutual. I am an pakistani man, and we have a child together., but is a very loving and caring mate.
For many years I've been fascinated with the subject of American women who prefer Frenchmen only, even to the point of shunning men who are not French in the dating world.
For example, we do not speak very often in between dates.
It may have been because we both were busy people and worked during the week, but the normal day to day chit chat, or text messages were saved only for the weekends. I grew up with brothers and a strict father so I have to draw boundaries.
We kind of fell head first into the relationship without thinking. I was dating this one french guy who liked to feel me up in crowded places. It really depends on the person but Frenchmen, especially the older ones, have a fine appreciation of women, particularly beautiful women.
There are no photos of any of these people, though. From what I've assessed, cases of American women choosing Frenchmen exclusively as their mates outnumber cases of American men choosing French women.
Out of curiosity, do you think there is a certain kind of social environment that's necessary for an American woman to come in contact with a (single, unmarried) Frenchman who happens to be in America?
But that is what it's like in dating most Frenchmen. This sounds funny, but on occasion I have had my picture taken by men on the street, and once in an art gallery. Their excuse for the most part was "Oh I thought you were so Beautiful I had to take a picture." One said, "It's okay, I'm French." Like if he were German it wouldn't be okay, but since he was French I should just excuse him for his behaviour.