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I hadn't been called "Ma'am" by someone I was dating until I moved to the South. For the last three years, this California girl has been living down South and enjoying all of its southern hospitality. Other than deciding to swipe right for the guy holding a gun, the guy in his truck or tractor, and the guy with his grandma, here are a few things I learned about sex and dating in the South:.
Where I'm from, people say "dude," "like," and "hella" in nearly every sentence. Now I know it's just something that's ingrained in southerners and I've grown to like it! The South is steeped in tradition.
One of them being Sunday dinners and, more likely than not, church. Dating in the South has shown me that some men really value those southern traditions. Initially, that was one of the biggest surprises for me. These southern family values can lead to younger marriages and children from relationships. I had to adjust my perspective a bit when talks of children and marriage would come up on the first date or sooner. I had to realize that in a southern family, sometimes conversations about work and ambitions take a back seat to discussions about child rearing and religion.
So exploring the great outdoors is common for a casual date. It was flopping around all over the place.
There are some things that I've only experienced with southern lovers — like receiving a warm towel after sex. Dating in the South has expanded my definition of chivalry. Things I thought only happened on TV have happened since I began dating in the South — including car doors being opened for me, every time, instead of hearing the "beep beep" of the car alarm having been disarmed.
One guy I dated was keenly aware of where we were walking, always making sure he was on the side where there was traffic. Sex is different with everyone.
It generally doesn't relate to where you're from. However, there are some things that I've only experienced with southern lovers — like receiving a warm towel after sex.
The first time it happened, it was random and unexpected. After a little cuddling, he went to the bathroom and returned with a warm wash rag. I thanked him and went into the bathroom to clean up. The second time, he used the warm wash rag and wiped me down. I'm not gonna lie; it was sexy AF. As far as race relations, I can honestly say that the South is behind the times. As the birthplace of segregation, it makes sense that it would take a little longer for southerners to not only accept but to embrace diversity. My family was one of the few Black families in a mostly Latin community in a predominately white county.
Life is hard, but it's better when you're not alone. Annette Richmond Erin Khar. Other than deciding to swipe right for the guy holding a gun, the guy in his truck or tractor, and the guy with his grandma, here are a few things I learned about sex and dating in the South: Southern Comfort: I hadn't been called "Ma'am" by someone I was dating until I moved to the South. Family First: The South is steeped in tradition. Chivalry is not dead: Dating in the South has expanded my definition of chivalry. Sex with a Southerner: Sex is different with everyone.
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