Many of these myths are outdated stories from the 1990s and others are the result of the relentless feminist propaganda against international dating.Often these myths get repeated constantly in the mainstream media, because of laziness or the success of the feminist narrative. International dating agencies are much more professional, technological changes have made some of the most common scams from the early years impossible, and, although it is odd, some of the changes demanded by the feminist have made it safer for men and women.

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If you’re headed abroad for a semester, or already are abroad (lucky you!

), one of the first things you’ll probably notice is that many European men are different from our typical American boys.

“In France, we try to be romantic, so the guys try to find a good place to [meet],” Antoine Vasseur, 21, of France says.

“It can be a nice restaurant, a bar, or a café.” Antonin Genot, 21, also of France agrees that women want to be treated like princesses.

And yes, there are men who should not be pursuing international dating.

But those guys should probably not be trying to date ANYONE!

In terms of dating, “this might be the biggest difference between our countries,” Antoine says. It will likely be less “romantic”, but, if you get lucky on your friend’s pub choice, there will be plenty of potential foreign men to chat with.

Declan Cullen, 26, of Ireland says, “there are plenty of restaurants, shops, museums, music venues, not to mention the city centers in general, where there are guys queuing up to ask out foreign girls.” Of course you can always meet guys at clubs, but if you’re looking for that true European dating experience, grab a book and pull up a chair at a café. After studying abroad in London, with travels to Paris, Ireland, Scotland and Amsterdam, HC Campus Correspondent for The College of New Jersey, Jessica Corry, says, “the pub and bar culture is huge and it's not unusual to grab dinner in a pub then bar hop the rest of the night away.” One difference, Jessica says, is that it’s not necessarily about consuming as much alcohol as possible. “Not only does this mean you get to explore a lot of different venues, but it increases the amount of people you meet in one night and the chances someone will catch your eye,” says Jessica.

A recent essay on Russian mail order brides at Columbia University admitted that…

Nonetheless, mail-order marriages are less likely to end in divorce than marriages overall in the United States: divorce rates in mail-order marriages for which the courtship period lasted more than 4 months were between 35.8 and 41.3 percent when compared to the overall US divorce rate which is 48 percent.

When you look at domestic divorce rates in the United States estimated at 48-54% and divorce rates in the EU not trailing too far behind that, it's quite refreshing to see data that suggests that marriages that result from international relationships have divorce rates that track significantly lower.