A lthough the silly season is well under way in Britain, we must spare a thought for our American friends, who this summer have been bombarded with a succession of fatuous trend pieces regarding college "hookup culture". Most of them take, for example, the New York Times article headlined Sex on Campus — She Can Play That Game, Too have been underpinned by the puritan and scaremongery subtext of "look at all these rampantly screwing college women. Isn't it weird? And, suddenly, something that in Britain is nothing more than using someone for sex without undergoing the charade of having dinner with them first is graced with the label of a cultural phenomenon.
Brazilian Dating Culture for Gringos - Brazil Blogger
By Amelia Meyer. The European settlers also brought ideas, innovations and belief systems with them, shaping the local societies significantly. All of these different influences have meant that the modern-day Brazilian culture is unique and very complex. At present, Brazil has a population of about million people. Of these, more than half are white which includes Portuguese, Italian, Polish etc This is due to the intense Portuguese occupation of centuries ago.
Brazilian women are some of the most beautiful, fit, passionate and insanely sexy women you could ever encounter. Every man has a secret fantasy about a sleeping with a Brazileira. Their tan skin, their exotic accents, their perfect beach bodies… how could you not fantasize? You know that feeling. She hypnotizes you.
Tinder is a big deal in Brazil: it has one of the largest markets of users in the world, second only to the United States. While Tinder is by far the most used dating app, others are still commonly used such as Bumble and Happn. How many people are using Tinder in Brazil? A recent survey conducted nationwide shows that the country has 10 million registered users and a total of one million matches per day. In other words, Rio de Janeiro officially has the highest number of active users, with more people using Tinder here than any other place in Brazil.