Norway men dating
If you are a Scandinavian woman you will look back, with a wink (? The rest seems to be the woman’s job (see principle number 2: inversion of roles).The issue here is that such subtle signs of interest from men are completely invisible to foreign women’s eyes as we are used to heavy flirting and seeing big signs of 2 meters by 4 made by men especially for us. If so go directly to principle number three: alcohol.Apparently Scandinavian women are not used at all to be told by men “no thank you I am not interested in having sex with strangers whom I’ve had no conversation with beforehand”.They got quite angry (of course this is second-hand information, I never experienced it myself).Norwegian men and women have among the highest life expectancies in the world and fertility rates among European countries second only to Iceland and Ireland.Although Norway has an aging population, it has no shortage of young adults starting families.I found out that the Norwegian art of seduction is based on three basic principles. In any setting (a metro, a party, a bar) a man or a woman will look at you directly in the eyes for several seconds.You might think, like me, that this guy is looking at you in a strange way. NO he is trying to seduce you with his hypnotising long eye-contact. Men will rarely do more than that in their part of the Norwegian seduction process.
In more machist societies like France or Italy, such open flirting from a woman will be seen as an invitation for all the men in the neighboorhood.
What happens to women who grew up in such setting when they end up in Norway?
Being used to be seduced for weeks and months by men, with flowers and travels and dreams come true? So second conclusion: Norwegian women are fearless.
And then sometimes people hit it off and get together, and after many complicated commitments decide to call each other girlfriend and boyfriend.
They might have kids, but rarely do they get married.