I’m recently divorced, mid-thirties, no kids, living at home with my parents because it’s rent free and we are very close.
I was raised Protestant but never believed in god and am non-religious now. “you asked me to be honest, yes I am :)” “Are you really from France? This was last Thursday and we had a date on Friday night. ” I told him yes, that I didn’t care that he was Muslim or isn’t French, I care that he lied about it.
Macron’s parents sent him to Paris to put distance between the teacher who ran the drama club and their precocious son, but their bond lasted, she divorced, and 10 years ago they were married.
[Le Pen rarely mentions gender, unless she’s talking about Muslims] Most of the French women interviewed said a politician’s private life is not a reason to vote for or against him or her.
Globalisation has made binational marriages, once exotic, much more common among high-earning, highly mobile families.
When they stop being high-earning, life gets tricky.
A2AAs the other women here have said, don’t look on Facebook or Quora or Couchsurfing or any other social media that is NOT a dating app. If you want to find a woman, there are so many different ways to do it… Just try searching “dating app” in Google - you’ll get too many options to use. Upload a short profile & a couple of photos & then set your criteria. We immediately think you are a scammer…For me, also if your grammar, spelling & punctuation are a mess, I’m never going to talk to you.
The difference is that Macron’s wife is the older one.
(He speaks French because Algeria used to be a French colony, but Arabic is his first language.) He said I have to understand where he’s coming from, and I do, but some friends and family don’t.
He said he first came here 5 years ago by himself not speaking any English. When he would talk with people, they would ask where he comes from because of his accent.
“So it’s rather great to see the opposite.” France is famous for its laissez-faire attitude toward sex and love, yet the May-December romance between Emmanuel and Brigitte Macron has added a little ooh-la-la to a presidential campaign that is otherwise a deadly serious matter.
Macron, a pro-European Union centrist, is facing off against far-right candidate Marine Le Pen, a blunt populist who rails darkly against immigration and threatens to yank France out of the European Union and NATO.