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Class stratification is rare in Norwegian social interaction and the culture instils the notion that mates should be chosen based on compatibility and with goals of equal partnership.While marriage remains popular, Norway has seen cultural acceptance of unmarried cohabitation and alternative lifestyles.The dating culture in Norway reflects, in many ways, the culture of other developed European countries and the United States.However, Norwegian culture is also reflective of its own small, homogeneous population.Neither men nor women are expected to initiate a relationship, and neither gender is expected to be the breadwinner of the household or the homemaker.
And this is connected with the fact that to get married in Norway means to collect a bunch of documents to apply for a visa at the consulate and wait for six months.
Balanced against the modern trend of individualistic pursuits, Norwegian singles enter the dating world armed with few precepts of gender expectations and blessed with a freedom from cultural baggage.
Norwegian women have made strides toward gender equality since the 1960s.
A great number of Norwegians seeks to marry a foreigner.
(Men from Norway are disappointed with their emancipated women who don’t want to create a family).
Oh I have a that country coloured already on my world map of origin of girls I had sex with. You know, for our kids to grow up in nature and stuff.