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Old 01-04-2010, 11:52 AM
dakid dakid is offline
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Originally Posted by Ceoli View Post
Having lived in both the UK and the US, I can say that the difference in slang is part of it. There are also differing attitudes towards sexuality and sexual expression. In general, America tends to be pretty conservative about the role of sex in relationships and between people. This is far less so in the UK and other European countries. Basically, I've found that people are far more open to a far more diverse view of what constitutes a loving relationship than I've noticed here in the US.
i must add this is my experience too, of one of the many differences in culture (very very broadly speaking and with obvious exceptions) between the US and most of western europe.

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