But, the real reason is because I love new cultures.I love learning about people's ways of life, how they were brought up and what values their ethnicities hold dearly.All of the men I've ever dated have been from different cultures.Whether they were Irish, Italian or Greek, they've always been of a different ethnicity or culture than my own.
However, it seems the move to the 21st century and the loss of actual "dating" has made it fall off the map.
During the Victorian Era (1837-1901), romantic love became viewed as the primary requirement for marriage and courting became even more formal - almost an art form among the upper classes.
An interested gentleman could not simply walk up to a young lady and begin a conversation.
This has become more of a fashion statement for sorority women, who buy lavaliers of their sorority letters.
However, to be lavaliered is a whole different ball game than just buying a necklace and wearing it.