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Any surgical procedure, especially one of that nature, is obviously going to be personal.I really can't say how I'd react until in that situation, so that's really hard for me to say.Well after the creation of the new appreciation thread, I looked into Trans women even though I didn't agree with it at first.But can I say that some of these girls/women turn out beautiful after the op.(PS I'm confused cause I don't know if that makes me gay or not) One of them was Kim Petras and I was just like wow. Do you think that a Trans gender women has the responsibility of telling their potential partner/suitor of their medical history?Being successful in Dutch dating can require a level of assertiveness: if you want something, just do it. but why are so many peoples opinions on the men and esp. when i was in switzerland in july/august i must admit i didn't met any women so i can't speak for them, but i went to switzerland because i followed my heart with a male i met at a club in berlin, i didn't know him from a bar of soap, but he was the kindest, most sweetest, handsome man i've ever come across in my entire life. I find the Swiss people to be very traditional in gender roles and hence, many Swiss men are respectable, quiet, serious, strong hard workers who put their women on a protective pedestal--I think this is the perfect man for many women around the world.Through panel discussions, mentoring and practical workshops, the Forum enables participants to share their experiences and expertise, enhance their leadership skills and empower themselves to, for example, stand for election in a sports organisation, or become mentors for other women seeking to work in sport.

15 comments While many foreigners initially find dating in the Netherlands daunting or inaccessible, understanding Dutch personality traits and mentality can help reduce miscommunicating the ‘flirting' signals as practised by Dutch women and Dutch men.i think the swiss men are a special breed of men and ANY woman would be so lucky to have one in their lives, i do and he is the only thing that gets me through the day being back here in australia. switzerland is a little gem and everyone should experience what it brings, i certainly feel inlove with it!! but why are so many peoples opinions on the men and esp. when i was in switzerland in july/august i must admit i didn't met any women so i can't speak for them, but i went to switzerland because i followed my heart with a male i met at a club in berlin, i didn't know him from a bar of soap, but he was the kindest, most sweetest, handsome man i've ever come across in my entire life. You did not know him from a bar of soap - and somehow you came to the conclusion he was the kindest, most sweetest man you`d ever come across in your entire life? Well, maybe it wasn`t just a "holiday romance" and he is still the same person you believe he is. Just don`t be too disappointed if you don`t find him again. The Swiss-women I find are also traditional, they expect the men to work hard to impress and peacock over all the other competing suitors in more of an old fashioned gender role style. But there is a trend of swiss males going abroad (commonly to South America) to find and successfully partner with their dream women.i think the swiss men are a special breed of men and ANY woman would be so lucky to have one in their lives, i do and he is the only thing that gets me through the day being back here in australia. switzerland is a little gem and everyone should experience what it brings, i certainly feel inlove with it!! yeah, i met him at a club in berlin, but something just felt right. For me, I definitely prefer the more liberated non-swiss women (and on a side note, I find most Swiss men rather boring for colleges). And people often act differently early on in relationships and then begin to show their "true colors" as the relationship progresses. I do love him, but he's very different now from how he was when we first met (and that was only 4 years ago). well, let's just say that he is now much more "typical Swiss." respectable, quiet, serious, strong hard workers who put their women on a protective pedestal-- This is NOT absolute and obviously not everyone is like this, but I would wager to say the average of people like this is higher than that of other 1st world countries.[/QUOTE] yes i agree!! i've been so used to getting involved with complete f**kwits, when i met him i thought it was an act because i wasn't used to being treated with such a high level of respect, chivalry at its finest. And people often act differently early on in relationships and then begin to show their "true colors" as the relationship progresses. I do love him, but he's very different now from how he was when we first met (and that was only 4 years ago). well, let's just say that he is now much more "typical Swiss." I am now about to be 43, I am American (I think Carrie is also? This woman on a pedestal thing is great at first, especially coming from someplace where this isn't necessarily common anymore. My first piece of advice is to enjoy the "vacation" times together, but keep in mind this vital bit: Do not let the "Don't worry your pretty little head" thing go too far or too long, it is (very) hard to climb back out of, particularly as "he" won't be the only one with that attitude.I don't really see them as ever having been a man, as much as they just had a man's anatomy.I would understand if they didn't tell people right away, because that kind of thing is pretty private.