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Having grown up in Sweden I spent many summer sailing in Denmark, so I have spent plenty of time mingling with the Danes. In Denmark there is a very strong sense of equality between men and women. So don’t expect the guy to walk up to you on a party and buy you a drink. There’s a sense of fairness – you do your bit around the house, they do theirs.
Or you start the other way around – meet someone at a club, have sex, if you like each other you start hanging out and then become an item.Tip: talk with the friends of the person you like before giving your crush extra attention. Here, it is quite common for women to make the first move, a custom which could be attributed to the fact that Danish society has been built on an egalitarian model—everyone is considered equal.In many countries there is a “flirting pattern”: men make eye contact with women, approach them, start a conversation and ask for their phone number. Danish boys are known to be shy in comparison to other countries’ and they aren’t very familiar with flirting.So I might have gotten the dating “rules” of your country (which might *not* be USA and therefore not part of those American movie rules) entirely wrong and am thus making a big thing out of nothing.Dating rules So to make it clear what I’m talking about: As far as I understand it, dating in so many non-Scandinavian countries may consist of a man asking a woman he doesn’t know very well to go out to dinner and/or a movie with him, his picking her up and dropping her off afterwards and his paying the bills and making the decisions, and the first date ends with a kiss at the most? If so, buckle up and see how we non-date in Scandinavia.
I have no idea which of my friends are married and which “only” live together.