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In the US, I never had a problem paying for myself on a date or picking up dinner if my date paid for lunch and so forth, so the Swedish concept of equal contribution isn’t strange to me.
If my date cooks a meal, I’m going to do the dishes and vice versa.
They are, after all, a largely secular country and have been that way for quite some time.
That also isn’t to say that American dating culture is a direct result of Christian beliefs, but that the social construct of dating in the USA is in one way or another tied into that.
I’ve been back in Sweden for a month and my [limited] experience with dating in this country has been interesting — at times, a little perplexing, but mostly good, if I am to be totally honest.(I should be very clear and say that whatever I write about dating in Sweden from this point forward is only based on my own limited observation and I cannot speak for Sweden as a whole or assert that dating here is like this in its entirety.)In the United States, I was never really a dater per se and, in fact, my own approach to dating back home is very similar to the way it’s generally carried out here in Sweden.
If I gave it up too soon, it will make a guy lose interest and he will want nothing more to do with me for my vagina is too dirtied and unchaste and I am now forever known as a harlot of questionable morality. I remember holding out for two or three months with the first guy I ever fell in love with (oh, teenage love!
Here in Sweden, if a guy has sex with you and it doesn’t lead anywhere, it isn’t because he thinks you’re a ho — it’s because he doesn’t have romantic feelings for you. Now, the process of dating Swedes as an American — that’s a whole other story.
Here, when a single guy wants to meet a nice lady, he’ll probably trawl through an internet dating site or go to a bar with friends.And because most will be hoping to find a reliable, strong relationship, they take their time, knowing there’s no point in rushing into things.Swedish girls know this and accept it, as they feel the same way.From the capital, Stockholm, downwards, the country faces Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Germany across the Baltic Sea, and is separated from Denmark to the west by the Kattegat.Life in the north can be pretty difficult because of severe winters, though in the summertime it becomes a country of friendly relaxation, inhabitants and tourists alike visiting the many beaches and places of interest.