Dating salvadoran men

27-Sep-2017 17:26

There was so much excessive rape and mutilation of women that occurred during the civil war.

It was done openly, as an intimidation tactic, so that many many people witnessed these atrocities.

Here are some tidbits: For someone reason El Mundo checked to see if fidelity varies whether you belong to ARENA or the FMLN -- it doesn't.

According to ABC, "Republicans are around 10 points more likely than Democrats to think about sex daily, to be very satisfied with their marriages and sex lives and to wear something sexy to spice things up; and less likely to say they've cheated.

Many Spanish who settled the country intermarried with the native Indian population and thus the main group are the ‘mestizos’ (mixed European and Indian blood). Machismo survives in a culture where traditional gender roles remain.

Only 9% are pure European and usually belong to the wealthiest families; and the remaining 1% are native Indian. The man is the breadwinner and the wife looks after the home.

Finally, I came across a small article from the BBC about the sex lives of person in the United Kingdom.

For the most part, and perhaps not surprisingly, the surveys showed a great deal of consistency between Salvadorans and those in the US regarding the levels of satisfaction people report having with their sex lives, with the frequency of having sex, and other aspects of their intimate relationships.

There is also a2004 survey published by ABC Dateline regarding the sex lives of a similarly sized group of people living in the US.

I’m not an expert on how growing up in, living through, or fighting in a war affects a person.

I’ve seen people with extreme anxieties, people who are angry or sorrowful for all they have lost, people with a great deal of concern for their fellow countrymen.

But another outcome, especially for men whose lives were interrupted and taken over for all of the war, is complete desensitization. Single motherhood isn’t something that is lamented about. Many older families were left fatherless as a result of the war.

This, and/or maybe an extremely developed hatred for women, is the only thing I can imagine would lead a truck full of a dozen men to pick up two women, rape them to pieces, bite at their faces, and then put bullets in their head despite their pleas that they have children waiting for them at home. One of the women survived despite the bullets in the head. Now it almost seems to be a norm that men take off once the kids are born. It’s a job that requires the cocky strut of a true macho man.

There is also a2004 survey published by ABC Dateline regarding the sex lives of a similarly sized group of people living in the US.

I’m not an expert on how growing up in, living through, or fighting in a war affects a person.

I’ve seen people with extreme anxieties, people who are angry or sorrowful for all they have lost, people with a great deal of concern for their fellow countrymen.

But another outcome, especially for men whose lives were interrupted and taken over for all of the war, is complete desensitization. Single motherhood isn’t something that is lamented about. Many older families were left fatherless as a result of the war.

This, and/or maybe an extremely developed hatred for women, is the only thing I can imagine would lead a truck full of a dozen men to pick up two women, rape them to pieces, bite at their faces, and then put bullets in their head despite their pleas that they have children waiting for them at home. One of the women survived despite the bullets in the head. Now it almost seems to be a norm that men take off once the kids are born. It’s a job that requires the cocky strut of a true macho man.

I am sure to be accused of writing this post (a) as a blatant attempt to increase my search engine hits, or (b) to show that I am willing to write about any subject so long as it mentions El Salvador.