Here they are: Marie Telling: I'm an associate editor for Buzz Feed France, based in New York.
I'm French and I grew up in Bordeaux, in the southwest of the country. Julia: I feel like, in NYC specifically, you ALWAYS have to have the talk. K., I think that it's fine to date several people at once, provided it's still at the early stages and you're not taking the piss.
Lorena May 26,8: Dating may vary across the globe, countries being known for peculiar and outrageous dating traditions, yet as time passes, people develop new dating customs, such as dating with the help of the internet. When Culture and Religion Overlap Although there have been many lovers in history that came together against all odds because of differences in faith, this is perhaps the most difficult cultural difference to overcome.
So let me leave the huge difficulties of learning to speak, read and write in another language, and tell you about the other things I have encountered trying to adapt here. Sharing your life with someone from a different cultural background can be a fantastic way to broaden your world and an amazing learning experience, but can also present some unique challenges.
"Julie: Especially when it comes to online dating, which has very much mirrored itself after a transactional arrangement.
You're "shopping" for people you find attractive, you go on dates to check out the goods, you date to see if you'd like to make a more permanent arrangement.
Different countries approach love and relationships differently, which often makes for bizarre culture shock but also fascinating conversations.
So, we decided to gather eight women who work at Buzz Feed and who live in and come from different countries to discuss cultural differences when it comes to love and relationships.
(I feel old.) Marie: I was actually wondering about dating apps. Julie: Tinder and Ok Cupid here (in New York), as we all know. Do people use it for fun, for dating, or just hooking up?
Rossalyn: It's mostly used by your friends who are in relationships to swipe through for fun.
Rossalyn: When I lived in Brooklyn, the dating did feel like a market, but in a different way to the U.