Of course Danny, they hate Turkish girls who marry or date foreign men. Ahmet Biler said it was a critique of Turkish women written by a Turkish woman. Klasik Fotolar agreed that I was surely menopausal and believed that not even one Turkish man has ever looked at me.
She or he laughed, “Puhahah…” Oh, guys, I am post-menopausal.
of her and her Turkish fiancé’s relationship: “I really didn’t know what I was getting myself into by dating him. I was also head over heels for him, incandescently and hopelessly in love with him.
Maybe that’s why so many Turkish men date foreign women because they can charm them up much more easily than Turkish women who already know what they are all about.” Jessica’s Turkish fiancé can’t stop comparing her to Turkish women: “I am American and no matter what I do, I will never be able to cook or clean like the Turkish women do.
He explained why my column was “the most popular” during the weekend as “it’s like a car accident.
You can’t help but look at it.” Then we have Carolina Z., a Colombian woman married to a Turkish man: “As Latino women, we are used to being the center of attention. Unfortunately the romanticism of the Mexican telenovelas makes us think in that stupid way – as if you could pay your bills with love. We know we have to buy our own stuff, get our degree, work and buy a house and a car. However, it works well in Latin America, but we are here!
Carolina said, “I don’t know even how to make it, but I can make ‘arepas’ for breakfast sometimes…” (Arepa is a flatbread made of made of ground maize dough or cooked flour prominent in the cuisine of Colombia and Venezuela.)Carolina looks at Turkish women and somehow hates them: “Maybe I’m jealous because they don’t do that much. We sometime feel abused but it is not because of a lack of language, it is because of a lack of knowledge and courage, and we don’t have the power to stand up and say NO WAY (because we love them sooo sooo soooo much).” Suleman from Pakistan wrote, “BTW, Turkish women are filled with grace and beauty.
No woman in the world can probably match the grace and warmth of a Turkish woman. I guess it’s the case everywhere you don’t like the things in abundance at home, while foreign things seem exotic.” My article reminded Jessica T.
My experience with speaking or talking with guys all came from my two best male friends and my two big brothers–obviously nothing romantic or flirtatious there.
I had heard stories of getting lots of extra attention from men if you were naturally blonde or red-headed, but that seemed normal since those are very distinct foreign looks.
Nonetheless, I had a rude awakening about the characteristics of typical Turkish men within the first month I lived in Turkey.
We like to control everything.” She finds it hard to adapt to social restrictions in Turkey such as “not talking to men, not smiling, wearing certain clothes…” I wonder where she lives. So, these guys find us attractive: Come on, who doesn’t want a pretty woman who does not ask for money and helps you pay at least half of your bills?
” Carolina said her husband insisted she cooks every day, dreaming of “coming into the house, opening the door and feeling the smell of kuru fasulye [beans].” Doesn’t this sound familiar? They usually spend the money of their husbands as they wish…” “We believe blindly in love, we will work hard.