10 Reasons Some American Men Would Rather Marry A Woman From The Dominican Republic

People marry people from countries other than their own for different reasons. Here are a few from some American men that love Dominican women.
By: DominicanDatingConnection.com
Jan. 6, 2012 - PRLog -- The information in this article was collected from a forum frequented by men from the US.  The forum members are men that go to the Dominican Republic regularly and date Dominican women. There were approximately 150 members in the forum at the time this article was written.  These 10 reasons were derived from conversations in the forum and chosen by its administrator who has lived in the Dominican Republic for seven years.
The forum is hosted by the DominicanDatingConnection.com, a dating service based in the Dominican Republic.

1.  They want a more ‘traditional’ woman that likes doing the housework, cooking and raising the kids

This kind of woman is getting harder to find in the US.

2.  They have better odds at finding one that is to their liking physically

This means that they have a better chance at marrying a younger and prettier woman. Men from a rich country have a larger pot to choose from when going to a poor country.

3.  American women argue too much

Some Dominican women like to argue too but if you don’t understand Spanish very well then you won’t know what they are saying anyway!

4.  American women are too hard to please (not happy with the simple things in life and what they already have)

A large amount of Dominicans are poor or close to it.  For some of them living in a house with 24 hour electricity and water can make them happy and grateful.

5.  American women put men on a leash

The beeper and cell phone were inventions that some married American men have learned to regret. Most Dominican women are not like this. That is the way it is here.

6.  Divorce laws in the US are too tough on the man

There are similar laws in the DR but they are not nearly as bad and the culture there is not ‘Give me everything I can get’ like in the US.

7.  They like the Dominican food, dance, beaches and mountains

These are also reasons why the Dominican Republic is the number one tourist destination in the Caribbean and has been for years.

8.  They want to marry someone from another country but don’t like traveling very far (family visits, etc.)

This reason is one that was a surprise to some. It makes sense but it is not discussed much in the forum. The Dominican Republic is very easy to get to from the US compared to more than 90% of the rest of the world. Not only is it close physically but the large number of daily flights from the US due to the high rate of tourism and the large Dominican population in the US makes going back and forth easy.

9.  They want to help a less fortunate family by being there economically and physically

This is really true for some and I have seen it more often than I would have thought. I know guys that do this and don’t even think anything of it believe it or not. Some like helping raise a woman’s children that otherwise had no chance at a good education or the desire for one.

10.  American women are too materialistic

This is also true of many men of course but to move away from a culture where so many people buy things they don’t even need on credit can expose one to a different kind of person.

Ariticle written by Marshall Browne.  To visit the forum or to see the women that want to meet men from overseas go to http://www.DominicanDatingConnection.com.

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