Though more and more Americans are hitting major milestones—like moving in together, buying homes, and having kids—without ever tying the knot, the institution of marriage still plays a pretty important role American life.
More than a simple social benchmark, marriage is also an important factor in creating family structures, which shape children's educational and economic trajectory, and can set a course for whether each successive generation does better than the last.
Nor did I know about this first date, second date and third date business.
In France, it’s very common for a girl to go out to dinner with a male friend.
Rudo Banya says she's never been attracted to black men. She thinks it's partly because her aunties used to tell her how "rubbish" black men were and told her to "make better choices".
Rudo says itis not racist to be attracted to one race over another, it's just a preference.
Gloria Marie Steinem (born March 25, 1934) is an American feminist, journalist, and social and political activist, who became nationally recognized as a leader and a spokeswoman for the American feminist movement in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Her paternal grandmother, Pauline Perlmutter Steinem, was chairwoman of the educational committee of the National Woman Suffrage Association, a delegate to the 1908 International Council of Women, and the first woman to be elected to the Toledo Board of Education, as well as a leader in the movement for vocational education.John specifically sought out an Asian woman for a partner because "Asian women treat western men better than a white woman might".Edelisa thought a western man would be "better than a Filipino husband" because they're more responsible and provide better for their children.In 1970, only 37 percent of college-educated men had a spouse with a similar level of education.In 2007 that figure was more than 70 percent, according to data from Pew Research.I guess it’s much more accepted in France for men and women to be friends.