Dating in uganda girl
One of my favorite parts of being abroad was the daily love letters from Ugandan men.
This meant a strange combination of Ugandan and American conceptions of everything from academics, nursing homes and, of course, sex. The closest we ever came was when I showed her my photo album from home and she came across a photo of me sitting in my ex’s lap, with his arms around me.
If this held true in America, I would be married to my preschool boyfriend.
In fact, if Ugandans want to get engaged, they tell their auntie about their significant other. In one of the local languages, Luganda, the word for love, like and want is the same: oku-jagala.
She saw it, giggled, closed the book and repeated the cycle for the next 20 minutes. Conversely, my 17-year-old American sister and I discuss all aspects of our sex lives, unfortunately in way too much detail.
I don’t think this difference is a question of being more open to the conversation; it has more to do with cultural conceptions of appropriateness.