10 Things Every Person Dating A Puerto Rican Should Know
Mexicans think Puerto Ricans are the lazy, gibbering, thieving niggers of Latin America marriage between the two still remains something of a taboo . that my generation was not to date Mexicans, much less marry them. Generally, most Puerto Rican women's attitude tend to “keep it real” and let you know where you stand in the relationship. Traditional Mexican women What do Puerto Rican women think of dating white men? 4, Views. No such place as hispaine - mexico, puerto rico, el salvador, cuba, . 3- Not all Latin men get "nasty" when they end a relationship, again.
I have met the most beautiful man a few months ago while he was incarcerated he's still incarcerated and has 2 more month to go before the parole board.
Beautiful story of how we met. Im white no clue about my nationality and he is hispanic Mexican and Spanish descendant and a cherokee indian. This is a question not specifically directed at you, but is this out of guilt or is it their way of "making up for what they're doing" in their own minds?
What kind of nuts? Did he do or threaten crazy things? If you don't mind telling, what is the beautiful story? It would still be on-topic to write about it here, and I could use to read a beautiful story. D Well, Charlotte, I am white married to a Mexican married him inside 1. Talk about reinforcing stereotypes. Our culture has a lot to do with the person we are, but it in no way dictates wherther or not a man beats their wife, cheats, is jealous, etc.
Both my ex and my current never cheated, did drugs, treated me bad, had a lot of girlfriends or kids. They are far from perfect, but they have the values down when it comes to how to treat their wife. They are both young Black men.
I would never date someone who I felt I had to lower my standards for because they were brought up differently.
I would never tolerate certain behaivor from my husband simply because of the color of his skin. Women need to stop placing the blame for their man's behavior on their race. Regarding problems with society in an IRR, it's something I lived with my entire life, so I don't know any different.
I had met him while working at wal-mart, during that time other employees bashed us both and went as far as writing profanities about us in bathroom stalls and even keyed his car. So I went to management and they told me if I didn't like it then I shouldn't be with him.
Another time, when I was pregnant with my daughter and had to go to the doctor that morning we decided to stop for some mcdonalds because thats what I wanted at the moment Plus my ex came straight from vera cruz mexico and spoke no english at all and at that time I spoke no spanish and we ended up teaching each other by pointing at things like a tree and he would say arbol and I would say tree.
LOL mrschris My ex a white man was a violent drunk, and joulous and not so great in bed! He cheated and all the other BS that kills a relationship. My man now is hispanic and is great in bed I agree love it when he talks to me in spanish Just hearing him talk to someone else in a normal conversation can curl my toes! But back to the issue. He treats me good. Mostely cause of his ex. He is very faithful and affectionate. This is my first time with a hispanic so can't compare him to others but have dated many different races and he has treated me the best out of all of them!!!!!!!!!!
I agree who cares about race if your happy and he treats you good go for it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Most are very affectionate, but again-just my personal experience-I am theirs-hands off no matter who it is-that was worst-trying to avoid attention from any males! D balboa is hot D spanish dude anytime! We started where we left off, however, he's locked up damn it! We are so in love and I could care less what anyone thinks of my brown man!
He is my soul mate. I love Mexican food and I can't wait for him to cook for me, he is a great cook he tells me and so does his dad. The only problem I have with being engaged to him is my brothers who both hated Mike back in when I was dating him.
I don't speak to my father he wrote me a letter from him and his wife 6 days after my mom died telling me to stay out of his lifeso I don't care what he thinks. I think I'll have more of a problem when he gets out with all of his tattoos and not his race. He's got "brown pride" tattooed on his neck. He also has an ugly evil looking eagle on the back of his head and he shaves his head.
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He is not affiliated with a gang thank God. He is covered in tatts and I think we will have to live in a state that has a lot of other hispanics. I'm from Wyoming and there aren't a lot of hispanics or blacks there.
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I live in Montana now and all we have here are native americans. He loves my spaghetti by the way so it doesn't always mean there will be a food difference I do know when I went to a spanish wedding with him in high school, they eat their mexican food way different than I do!
It's all good though! If you have any questions you think I can answer, let me know! I may have left something out, I'm sure! He came accross as a nice sweet guy for 9 months until I said I'd be his girlfriend. Then he was someone else completely. I wouldn't want to say the are all like that though. I still like hispanic men, its the seranading- I just love the attention: We've been together for almost seven year and have been married for five of those years.
Thankfully, he has never changed from the person I 1st met. He isn't demanding or dominating. He isn't the jealous type and doesn't try to make any demands of me because he understands that I am a grown woman. He's the most romantic man I've ever been with I think it's just a matter of being lucky enough to find a good man regardless to what nationality they are.
So i hope that he stays grounded and doesn't let it all go to his head. I hope that he still treats me the same as before he got locked up. I'm sure he will, i've just heard that when they get to Mx they act real possesive and macho like. I pray he doesnt do this and i've talked to him about it. Not that they know I am Italian. But the white part I noticed a lot.
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But hey lets face it Love is love, people are people. It is unfair to say that one culture of men are one way and another culture is the other way. It is what it is and they are who they are! I'm sorry you've had such bad luck!
I've only dated my one and only hottie mexican Mikey and he's the ONLY man who has never beat me, physically or mentally! All the other guys I dated were white and they always beat the crap out of me, cheated on me, mental abuse They are going to act they way they want.
It dosen't matter the race. We are here to hear one another,to be honest, and share. The only thing I can do is offer my opinion. My husband is Hispanic. And the ex husband is Hispanic. First thing that comes to my mind is watch out for his family. I don't mean this in a bad way. But his Mama and Gremita may be difficult. They can be very jealous. And you may get tested by one of them. If you're married to them 20 years, you may not ever be considered part of their immediate family.
They may love you. But make no mistake about their main concern and focus. I wouldn't share anything with them that you don't want your "Papi" knowing about. Their loyalty is to HIM. I might take a lil heat for the next opinion but so what? Hispanic men, some, feel obliged to have sex with just about any female that will allow it. People say that Hispanics are very hot blooded and passionate I don't know what it is. But I know that they seem more aggressive and insatiable when it comes to bedding women.
They don't hang about.
10 Things Every Person Dating A Puerto Rican Should Know
Just hump 'em and then off they go.: But on the flip side, they're very devoted to their wife and children. Good providers usually too. Don't give him a reason to be suspicious or jealous. They can be extremely jealous.: Make sure you feed him when he comes home and generally take care of him the best you can. Food is not a huge thing Just ask what he likes Hispanic men can be very paticular about their clothes too. They like everything ironed.
So if you have time, iron a few shirts each day. That's what I used to do If I was feeling energetic, I'd iron every damn button down shirt in his closet. He's a manbottom line. And like all men, he's not perfect but he may expect YOU to be Do the right thing as often as possible and you should be fine.
Now Yes cooking and cleaning is a must! Not just shirts but pants have to have a crease that you could walk a tight rope On LOL anyways I love my man! I was married to a "white man" for 12 years and I've been with my "Hispanic" man for 7 years but all in all I wouldn't trade my "Papi" for anything. Now their families yes I do agree with that situation. My cousin was with my man's brother for 8 years and was NEVER even called sister in law to them and his brother was basically forbidden to marry her because she's "white" by the Mother.
Now my man is a different story but it's only because he went to prison "His Mother" and the rest of the family does consider me "Family" but it's only because I basically had to "Prove" I was some how "Worthy" to be part of the inner circle and Family! It wasn't till about 3 years ago now remind you it's been 7 years together and he's been down for 5 and a half years that I was referrenced to as "Family" to his Family!
Because like I said I had to earn the respect of the family and once I did that by standing by my man which I would have did rather they wanted me too or not! Not to get into things but when he first went to prison I had to litterally fight with his brother over visits and once he even told me How do I know he wants to see you???? But these are the types of things that you will face with a Hispanic family not all of them I know but a lot of them. But now that same brother to my man will be the first one to call me and ask me if I'm ok or if I need anything or come and help me if something is wrong with my vehicle or anything why because NOW I'm family but before that I don't know what I was!
I told my man I think that they thought I was just his "woman" and I mean that in a bad way! But again I don't want to get into anything with anyone because every person and family is different but there are certain characteristics to everyone race and I believe that the family issues and the jealousy issues are more prevailent in hispanic men that or they just show it outwardly more I should say either or I love my Papi and that's all that Matters God Bless QPunky My sister is married to a Dominican I tend to have always dated Puerto Rican guys.
There is a type. Its just the way they were raised as is Italian men I am Italian but also the more Americanized there families are the less they have these stereotypes. My sisters husbands parent are from D. Now my man is a few generations removed well his grandparents are probably from P. But I have always believed latin men are very passionate but I have also dated a Spanish guy who was the least passionate person ever.
I think it holds true for most Stereotypes and generalizations are somewhat true to a point. I am probably one of the least prejudice people that i know but at some point you have to realize they are stereotyped for a reason.
Believe me my Italian family is not mafia related at all lol but do I know a bunch of families that are yes of course. But i love my Puerto Ricans forever! I agree with Mrs Chris here in the sense that my other half is the same.
These types of men are in ALL nationality's I believe the way they were raised, environmentpast experience's is what makes a person, how they are. I have seen brothers one very very controlling and the other one very submissive. To judge a person by the race is wrong and unfair reqardless if it's a positive judgement. That judgement could be very wrong. My husband is hispanic we have been together for 10 years and married for 8 years.
We have a good relationship and some of the sterotypes of a "hispanic male" does not apply to my husband at all. My husband does most of the cooking, we share the house work. He gives the kids baths etc. He really helps out The main problem that I have experience being married to a hispanic is the language barrier between his family and my self.
At parties Spanish is mostly used even though his family speaks English. So sometimes I feel "left out" That is the main down fall for me and my husband. If i didn't get along with his family i dont think he would stay with me. Same goes for pan-Latinism. In truth, Latin America is no more united than Europe, and the bonds of friendship between Mexico and Puerto Rico are nearly as weak as those between Germany and France.
But my experiences at the personal level are precisely what allow me to reach the conclusion that Mexicans, generally speaking, hate Puerto Ricans, and the other way round. Still, every Latino Chicagoan knows this to be the case.
The Puerto Ricans in Humboldt Park have their own cultural and community organizations, with their own events, their own schools and their own businesses. Same goes for the Mexicans in La Villita. There are Puerto Rican gangs and Mexican gangs, obviously. I came to Pilsen as writer for a predominately Mexican art-activism media company based in the neighborhood, and for a while I was the only writer who discussed Puerto Rican issues and the goings-on in Humboldt Park.
Mind you, nearly everyone in the group was Mexican, young and progressive; many were even leftists. The summer after second grade, my Honduran mother finally left my Puerto Rican father and moved us from predominately-Puerto-Rican Humboldt Park to a predominately-Mexican suburb. The marriage soon collapsed and my uncle went away, taking his Mexicanness with him. Our neighborhood was a bit rough. I then opted for an Asian — a Korean J. I learned about Cantinflas when she compared his comedic movements to the way I dance banda.
Everything Mexicans say about Puerto Ricans they say equally about blacks: