A guide to dating around the world

Russians are very fond of dancing places, most dates taking place at dance parties, balls or at clubs where the young ones have meals and chat in groups.In small towns of Russia, teens get together in certain areas downtown, such as around fountains.A particular dating custom is set in Kiev, where women do not like to shake hands for they perceive it as a rather unfeminine gesture.

Dating Customs on Various Continents Dating in Australia for example is illustrated by teens going out in large groups without really forming couples until they reach 18 or 19 years of age.

In the United Kingdom, teens do rarely have the courage to ask someone on a date by themselves, so such interactions usually take place in groups, where people are being supported by their friends into making this gesture or they rely on alcohol to acquire the confidence to admit they like someone.

Dating is extremely strict in Middle East since most dates are in fact supervised gatherings arranged by parents for the purpose of the young meeting one another before marriage.

In Japan and Korea, dating doesnt usually begin before college, when boys alone do the asking and accept the cost of the date.

Most high school students dont go on dates, nor to parties, but choose to spend their time studying.

Here, it is not the boys who often make the first step of asking girls to go on a date with them, rather the girls take this part and they also take the responsibility of paying for the date.

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