Tufts dating scene
Time collects data to deliver the best content, services, and personalized digital ads.We partner with third party advertisers, who may use tracking technologies to collect information about your activity on sites and applications across devices, both on our sites and across the Internet.ZOË SULLIVAN-BLUM- So, fair warning, this post is going to be one of my more forward ones, as well as one of the most cliché.Too often, people dance around the topic of love when they blog about study abroad. But, let’s face it, we are 20-somethings in a new country; love—and all of its complicated affiliates—is bound to come up.
True, I was very new to Tinder before coming to Spain—I had barely been single 2 months—but I still felt real differences.I am not trying to be bitter about American boys in any way, but I do think that the culture is different here.Yes, we are young and alive and high on our own vitality, and so yes, certain things are desired and even expected on both sides; however, in general, the culture of Tinder, dating, and relationships here has pleasantly surprised me.The guys on Tinder here are very forward, and not necessarily in the manner you’d be cynically inclined to expect.
They ask us on dates and seem, in many cases, to actually want to get to know us for more than one night.
I had been with my boyfriend for nearly 3 years, and although it was an amicable breakup in many respects, my semester abroad couldn’t have come sooner.