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Nigerian culture and dating

Dating in New York is hard enough as it is, but it can be even worse when you’re from an entirely different country.

Here they lead in with conversation before asking for a date, while at home it was straight to the point.

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 here guys are so straightforward and they know what they want, so it’s better.“The way Americans approach relationships is very open and not monogamous. Automatically, if I’m seeing someone, I don’t even look at other people.“Back home, there are friends with benefits, but it’s not well-known. You date from the same social pool, so if there’s a one night stand it’s gonna be super awkward.“I feel like men here don’t take charge as much.

In Turkey if there’s gonna be cheating it’s cheating, but here it’s like, ‘No! Most of the guys seem less interested, they seem lazy, and that’s kind of weird.

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.

But honestly, in America, you have access to a lot more people.