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I suppose no other issue strikes closer to one’s personal life when adjusting to another culture like that of inter-personal relationships; ie – meeting women here in the Philippines.
It’s a classic clash of East meets West so consider this a ‘heads up’ of sorts to you guys who plan to come here and start meeting all these lovely, beautiful Filipina women. there are a LOT of them...” I’ve lived in Southern California all my life. They’re both female, but the similarity ends there.
Time and experience has brought today’s Filipina to a certain conclusion about men and it is this; “Younger men are less financially stable and more likely to cheat.
Older men are more financially stable and less likely to cheat.” So now you can begin to see why an older, expat bachelor arriving the Philippines is such a hot commodity.
This is why they prefer mature men as their first choice even though not all older men are necessarily mature or faithful. Getting to know a GOOD Filipina woman is a process. So it is imperative you make your intentions clear and what sort of time frame you are willing to work with. Sometimes we meet up for lunch on a random basis or catch a movie.. We go ‘dutch’ on the expenses, usually one covers dinner and the other the movie and at the end we go our separate ways home and that’s it.
Now, when speaking of ‘good, decent’ Filipina women.. They are a fervent, passionate, protective and yes.. Be prepared to be loved, adored and cherished perhaps better than you feel you deserve. Here in the Philippines, something as simple as lunch has a whole different twist here.
In regard to fidelity, Filipinas prefer an older expat over a younger one as a husband.
Too many other Filipinas they know have been burned by young expats under 39 who have gotten what they wanted and moved on a day later.
Statistically, a percentage have turned their back on the ‘old ways’ and are total man-sharks.
I’ll give a good ‘for instance’ from my own personal experience. It’s very common here for Filipinas to refer to a non-relative as their ‘cousin’ or ‘sister’, ‘Auntie’ or ‘Big Brother’.
A few years ago, while living on Mactan, I met a lovely young Filipina named Steff. She has two young kids and works two jobs to provide for them. But knowing what I know about the differences in culture, just to be safe I have let her know (’. But to most Filipinas in the smaller cities and especially in the provinces, it’s almost equivalent to taking some girl to Rodeo Drive for dinner on a first date.
What they want is the situation their friends have who are married to an older man who loves them and is home every night. That’s a subjective question and each person has their own idea of what makes for a ‘beautiful’ woman.
However there are some things to consider which do give Filipina women an edge in this category. The Philippine country is a mixed blend of Asian, Spanish and Middle-Eastern heritage that goes back over several hundred years. It’s all you can do to just stay calm and act normal. They’re all on their way to or from work, dressed very nicely and very snappy dressers when not in their work attire.