Gay dating us
We British may pride ourselves on our GSOH, but men in the US claim to care more about a sense of humour (50% of AYI users calling it "very important", versus 33% in the UK).
It’s great to just talk to people and meet up with people.”“I have a boyfriend right now whom I met on Tinder,” says Frannie Steinlage, a 34-year-old straight woman who is a health-care consultant in Denver.Whether a sign of creeping cultural imperialism or just an excuse to get bladdered on Bud Light and eat undercooked hotdogs, I'm unsure.However, it's made me think about the differences between us and our pals across the pond.UK daters want to relax at home on a Saturday night, and are more willing to meet in person right away than US daters, which suggests we trust our instincts and don't like to waste too much time with all that online back-and-forth.We're also more willing to date outside our preferred body type. Of course, courtship rituals differ across the world, in China the women don't so much flirt as “Sajiao” ("unleash coquettishness") which signals a man should treat her like a princess if he is hoping to date her.
The American men I've dated were (coincidentally) all from DC.