Q: Doctor G. I am British and am interested in Persian culture / language and Iran itself. My problem is that time and again I meet men who think Oh, she s easy because she is English and they then revert back to marrying Persian girls. Obviously internet dating is a minefield of predatory men who are only after one thing. Is this a common problem? Are we non Persian girls just for dating or bedding? I would be interested in your thoughts as I am getting quite disheartened at the attitudes.Drunk Hookups tumblr
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We are not all on spring break! Many thanks! - Submitted by Little Miss Sunshine, Female, 86, London, Great Britain Thank you SO much for writing in. I hope that many members of our community write in and share their thoughts as well, and I hope that some of them serve to provide evidence contrary to your assumptions. I am, of course, not saying that your assumptions are incorrect. I think, very unfortunately, that there are some cultural stereotypes (in both directions! ) that may be based in truths and generalizations. So good, let s get these all out in the open so that we can talk about them. Long story short: People are automatically strange, when you re a stranger. But. . If you re lucky, you ll find most of them to be playing the game of life by certain rules, very much like in Italian culture. Fasten your seat belt. Let s travel to Iran. Land of Aryans. Where the first and greatest empire of the world was founded. The brithplace of many Persian empires.
Every nationality and heritage has its perks, quirks, and flaws, but what about Persian men? What sets them apart from the rest of the men you ve dated in the past? While your new man is (probably) a good person, culture plays into personality and habits — both of which are not easily altered, if at all. With that said, here are 67 things that happen when you date an Persian guy: If your man is having you over for dinner with his parents, come hungry (and thirsty) and fill your plate more than once. The evidence could be right in front of him, but you re still wrong. It s his way or the highway. Persian guys are HUGE mama s boys. And they absolutely love it! They love their mom more than anyone in the world, which he will remind you of every second of his life. He wants you to love his mom just as much as he does! What happens if she doesn t love you back? They don t mind they d let him live there forever. AKA until he gets married. Make him put a ring on it if you want him to move out *that* badly. Did I mention that he LOVES HIS MOM? ! Can t stress that enough.
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He loves his mom and she loves him. If you hate being in second place all the time, get out while you still can. If you even so much as THINK about another guy, you will never hear the end of it. You must only have eyes for him. 65. He s loud and isn t afraid to express what s on his mind. If he has something to say, girl, you will definitely know about it. You might also want to invest in ear plugs because his voice functions on a higher decibel level. (Because how else would he get his point across? )It s been drilled into his head since adolescence: Date a nice Persian girl! Of course, that s not always the case but mom will want him sticking to tradition. You probably knew this since Persians are extremely family-oriented. But if you never have any alone time and always spend time with his family, now you know why. I’m not Persian, but I know some friends who are. I’ve been with them for a couple of years they were brothers, and they seem to be nice guys. If you want to know more about Persian men, then take note of these characteristics that they have: My experience comes from socializing a lot with Iranians and dating an Iranian outside his home country.
Obviously, it is not possible to say how all Iranian men treat their women and it also depends on where they grew up, in Iran or abroad. Still, in general, Iranians tend to be men with strong patriarchal values, so it means that they expect their lady to be loyal, submissive and feminine in traditional way. In return, they behave very protectively around her, they often have impressive manners and are very generous. But if their patriarchal views are strong they may have problems dealing with more independent personality. They are usually very soft and polite people. Persian culture is a culture of beautiful courtesy. So Iranian men normally try to resolve problems without going into quarrel. They are sensual and sexually active (at least what I have observed in Iranian behavior in India). Nearly all of them take great care of their appearance and expect their lady to be a shining one as well. This is my general opinion about Iranian men. They are very attractive and pleasant to be with. I married a Persian man. He was born in the US, but there was part of him that always felt like he had the authority to tell me what to do. He was young, and a wanna-be-thug. He would feel justified doing whatever he wanted, but would threaten to divorce me over not wearing a bra. I tried to breastfeed my infant daughter at the dinner table (fully covered) once and was asked to leave. I had to go stand outside in freezing temperatures next to a body of water. He would always find a way to get me real gold- fake gold is not acceptable to most Iranians that I’ve met.
He was incredibly proud of his culture, to the point where it was almost demeaning to other cultures. Persian history is beautiful, don’t get me wrong… But I am not one to think any culture is “superior”. I have found many Persians have developed this air of superiority, that they are the “original race” that all great things that have ever happened can be linked back to Iran…. That we are not them and never will be. I always felt like we were equals. I never saw him as being different than me, he was just a little tanner, which I was actually jealous of… But he saw me as different than him. In my experience, Iranian men will say they believe in that, but it doesn’t come out in their actions. There were many things he could get away with that would have been unacceptable for me to do. Woman are powerful in Iranian families. Many of them actually are inclined to control their husbands and they are successful at it. They are not submissive in nature. Nowadays, they are recruited for various jobs. They also can drive cars, and day by day women drivers are increasingly seen on the streets. What limits Iranian women is not their husband or family. It is the traditional society of Iran and the religious government, which limits both women and their husbands. If they travel to the West, they might remove their scarf on the first day of stay (If they don’t believe in it). Like many other countries, there are men who want to control their wives. I think such struggles exist all over the world between spouses.
On average, I think Persian men are not more aggressive than other men in the world and Iranian women are not more submissive than other women, but they are probably more faithful and forgiving.