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So get ready to learn everyone's birthdays, anniversaries, and ovulation schedules. Don't spit in your girlfriend's grandmother's face.9. Introduce her as your [insert ethnicity here] girlfriend.Introducing her as your Puerto Rican girlfriend is a quick and easy way to become her ex-boyfriend.
If you can't get her name right, you can't get her number.
I don't care if her name is super-hard to pronounce, like Xochitl.
You should take the time to learn it, and not just guess how it's pronounced.2.
Call us "mami." There's nothing sexy about having the man you could potentially sleep with call you mom.3. When you date a Latina, you date her entire family. It's like what Maury says: "You are NOT the father," so stop asking her call you dad.7. Oh, it's cute that you think you have a shot in hell at winning. In Latino culture, turning down someone's food is the same as spitting in their face. If you messed up and we get mad, take responsibility.10.
Despite all these differences, if I had to pick the top five factors that will most likely be factors when trying to swoop Latin women, I’d go with this list: #1: Leading Machismo is very much alive in Latin America, although the level of this Machismo ranges throughout countries and regions.
In general, Latin men are expected to be the bread winners.
Men are expected to take charge and lead the interactions.
It’s hard to box all Latin women into generalizations because there are so many different types of Latin Women.
You have the Latin women who grew up in your own country (most likely the U. A), who may have a mixed upbringing and with mixed Latino-American culture.
You have newly arrived Latinas who grew up in Latin America and are in your back yard to visit.
And even within Latin America, you have for example the white Argentine women of Buenos Aires who are notoriously tough to seduce, the more easy going Caribbean women who know how, and love to dance to just about anything, and you have more reserved, Latin women of the Andean regions of Latin America.