Yes, while a Mexican man may say he loves you, that he’s been waiting to meet someone like you, or that he’ll follow you anywhere, please be very skeptical if this kind of talk occurs within the first month or week of dating.Be especially skeptical if this follows the first date, especially a date where you didn’t sleep with him.And there was only one creepy guy out of the bunch!Word to the wise, never ever get in anyone's car you just met (or have met only a couple of times).Traditional mindsets of inequality between men and women are global, my friends.That said, here's my advice for non-Mexican women about what to expect. Don’t Believe Everything You Hear Foreign women might be delighted by the effusiveness of Mexican men.As a Canadian woman who married a Mexican man and stayed in Mexico City for him, I have a lot of opinions about dating Mexican men.
After all, people only tend to take classes for a limited period of time and a lot of corporate places offer classes as a perk to younger employees (if you're looking for someone younger).If you're working at a language school, chances are there will be plenty of other single foreigners. Classes or Groups If you're freelancing and not taking classes, look for organizations in your industry (such as a group for software programmers) or language exchange groups on sites like Or sign up for Spanish classes at UNAM or International House. Alianza Francesa has a wide network of French language schools in the city. You'll also find that if you go salsa dancing at places like Mama Rumba you'll find plenty of willing partners. I know another teacher who dated her student and I've got "I would date you" vibes from countless male students, both cute and old/disgusting/married.also has plenty of different groups in Mexico City.Some of the expat groups seem to cater to a younger crowd that likes to drink but more specialized interest groups, specifically ones for locals (if your Spanish is good enough), might cater better to your dating needs.
I know you are quite a bit younger, and married, but having lived in and written about Mexico for awhile, I thought I’d inquire about any insights/suggestions you may have." Just like at home, work or school is a great place to meet people.