Black men dating abroad
It's not just a novelty thing among those who can only dream of America.
I can't remember ever hearing a gay man outside the U. who spent time living or traveling there having anything negative to say about the country or the people in it, unless he was American.
He was in his late-30s, and he'd never left Argentina and likely never would.
He was totally fine with that, which didn't make him any less of a lovely guy, but had I known that once we'd gotten over the language barrier, we'd have so little in common, we probably never would have made it to our second date. If you're looking for a nice American boy, try finding him abroad.
Or is it because you'd rather meet the next love of your life anywhere but there?
In a strange and occasionally exhilarating way, it makes me even prouder to be an American than I ever was when I was living there.
And if you come back from the bathroom on your first date and catch him checking his Grindr messages, just be glad he waited until you weren't sitting across from him. You never really know a guy until you're speaking the same language: his, not yours. speaking Spanish, my true colors show when I'm not overthinking what to say, so I probably shouldn't expect someone speaking English as a second language to be any different, especially if he's far from fluent.