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Have you been to Tunisia and been involved with a Tunisian man?Have you given presents, money or property to a Tunisian man? Has a Tunisian man lied to you, cheated on you or stolen from you? I first visited Tunisia in March 2005, with my Mum as she fancied going there.What gets lost in the excitement here is that relationships still come down to individuals with unique personalities and values, and just adding ‘dating a local’ to the bucket list could lead to disappointment if such relationships aren’t entered for the right reasons. My boyfriend is very encouraging of my attempts to learn Nepali, and is happy to practice my currently extremely banal and limited sentence structures with me, ad nauseum.
Fw-300 .qstn-title #ya-trending-questions-show-more, #ya-related-questions-show-more #ya-trending-questions-more, #ya-related-questions-more /* DMROS */ .Here are some things that I keep hearing, over and over again, and that I know other Western women with Nepali partners face.I believe a lot of these comments are also applicable to women dating men from other non-Western, developing countries. But I guarantee that a proportion of men from every country are guilty of this. My dad in New Zealand was justifiably offended when, after my mum’s death, his colleagues implied that he would be incapable of feeding himself without resorting to takeaways.This issue isn’t unique to people from different cultures.When I asked my Nepali boyfriend if there was anything I needed to know about how to behave in his village, he thought for a few moments. Village people don’t understand.” That seems easy enough to me!
Often, the implication here is that I am a ‘type’ and my boyfriend is a ‘type’, rather than two people who like each other. So I treat this response much the same as I would if someone said “You only like him for his looks.” It’s rather insulting and doesn’t give either of us much credit.