I'm sure there must have been a few, if not several single colonial patriot gals falling in love with handsome French troops who came to help us win the war for independence.
I am an American in NY who has been dating a French man for about 5 months now.
He is very kind hearted and we have a nice time together, but lately I have been wondering about things.
I ordered mine from and it goes into the whole history of what makes the French irresistable to some Americans in the area of "l'amour".
For some reason the author doesn't delve into the French-American alliance of the Revolutionary period as the beginning of what inspires actual romantic preference for French.
A fancy party put on by a French-related organization or club, for instance?
Was you knowing the language a factor in what got your boyfriend interested?
So, I don't believe there's something wrong with how all French men handle American women, or any other race for that matter. He works to pay everything so that I can stay home and raise our son.
I think regardless of what part of the world you're from, love is love. He always spends quality time with us, showing how much he loves us and wanting to take care of us. Even though there is an age difference he tries his best to understand where I'm coming from emotionally.
They are described as being like something out of a beauty pageant.
They seemingly have no risk of their guys cheating on them and these guys are apparently not the type who prefer women of their own nationality.
For many years I've been fascinated with the subject of American women who prefer Frenchmen only, even to the point of shunning men who are not French in the dating world.