Oh no, a flag waving 'Merican. ;)
So American, I wrap myself up at night with the American flag like Benjamin Martin's dead wife's sister in The Patriot
(Not really; but as a member of the U.S. Armed Forces, it's my job to salute "Old Glory" at Reveille and Retreat. I am a patriot and I generally prefer to buy American, including women. And despite living in the heart of Texas, I have a standard "newscaster" accent.)
I wish what you said was true.
You have never encountered these Schizophrenic contradictions in Americanized women:
"He should pay for this date, but paying for a date does not mean he is in charge of me"
"I want to be in control of the relationship, but he better not be some wuss"
"Where have all the cowboys gone, but he better be under my cowgirl shoes"
"Men have gender roles (job, making money, mowing the lawn), but saying women have gender roles is sexist"
Of course. All the time.
You didn't even try to read the bible quotes to women or inform women of the marriage debt.
I didn't say anything about that because I never have a bone to pick with the divinely inspired word. It tends to have bad consequences for people who do.
Look, I've been rejected by American women for every puerile reason in the book. But women are women, and that doesn't really change from country to country. If they behave "better" anywhere else, it's because they were raised a certain way, but usually once they get a taste of how things are run here in the States, they "Americanize" quickly, as you say.
Point is: if I really wanted to marry a woman who wanted to stay home and massage my feet all day, I'd marry one who's been "raised American" and still freely chooses that lifestyle. It's better than marrying a trained monkey from the Ukraine who I take the trouble to bring here to the States, and who then absconds with half of my money once she thinks no one's looking.
Besides, my dad already married a foreigner, and I would feel kind of creepy if I did the same thing. I guess I wouldn't mind being someone's "exotic, mysterious husband with the English accent" in another country, though. I'm told that Americans are treated like celebrities or demigods in Hong Kong.