Start Dating gender dynamics

Dating gender dynamics

Once a women’s reputation is tarnished, she is no longer respectable and society’s respect cannot be re-attained.

Such qualities characterize Denmark’s broader culture and can be seen quite clearly in everyday life.

When I first arrived in Denmark, I was completely shocked by the way the Danes adhere to traffic laws.

Caring and tender attitudes, as well as expressions of emotions, are not disregarded.

Likewise, conflicts are solved by compromise and negotiation rather than force.

The nation’s egalitarian nature holds everyone to the same esteem—rich or poor, woman or man—and offers the same support to all.

Male-female relationships start at a very young age in Denmark.

Once a women’s reputation is tarnished, she is no longer respected.

Promiscuity, rape, divorce and the like will all tarnish a women’s reputation.

After living in New York for three months, the thought of waiting for a light to turn green before I crossed the street seemed ludicrous.

The first time I went out with my Danish roommate, Michael, he got very upset when I jaywalked and made me promise not to do it again while I was in Denmark.

Men here are allowed to openly discuss their emotions without being seen as weak, as evidenced by Michael’s open discussion of his concern for my well-being.