It seems like a worldwide phenomenon, why men tends to look outside their own countries for prospective brides?
I'm thinking of looking one myself outside my county, anyone here have any experiences to share?
Sure, but that "outside-your-own-country" is a pretty broad canvas. What I have loved about Latin ladies is their unabashed femininity. They just revel
in being women. For me, that gets a lot of points. I've never been much attracted to the masculinity and I-can-be-a-man-just-like-you vibe that I get with a lot of American women. Plus, latinas just know how to walk
. But that fits into the whole accentuation of the feminine. Actually, American women can be like that, too. You just have to look for the ones who aren't tainted from the 60's movement. (Or look for one that was in her 20's before the 60's movement started. But that's kinda weird.)
My first girlfriend was from Paris. She, too, was very feminine, and versed in the seductive arts that seem to pervade that culture. She was so sweet and feminine--like an affectionate kitten or a rose petal.
The language factor is a huge issue. It's hard to have a serious, urgent discussion in pidgeon English or pidgeon Spanish or pidgeon Hungarian. But it's entirely doable. On the other hand, when you stick your foot in your mouth and hurt her feelings, I've gotten off more than once on, "You must have misunderstood." But let me tell you something: I would much rather have a girl who spoke the same language as me. It's actually really important. Just imagine having to repeat everything you say, the second time a little slower, for the next 10 years. It makes everything harder.
Having said all that, I wouldn't ever consciously look for a woman on the basis of where she's from. It's a little too much like mail-order brides. Get a good Catholic girl who's a good fit. If she's right for you, then it doesn't matter where she's from. Just thinking out loud--: Mexico has a population that is very Catholic and very traditional-minded. I'd think you'd have a big pool of real, Catholic women to mingle with. Great culture, too. Go get a job in Vera Cruz. I had a friend who did that and came back with a wife and a kid.
Me, I'd stick with English-as-a-first-language if I had a choice.