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What are Australian Women like? - Dating Girls from Australia

What are Australian Women like - Dating Girls from Australia

If you are enamored by the porcelain beauty of Nicole Kidman or the magnetic personality of Cate Blanchett, you may want to meet Australian women in real life too. However before you head for the country, it is best to read up on what the Australian women are like and what they are looking for in a man.

Respect multiculturalism

One of the first things you will notice about Australian when you get here is that people of all colors are found to throng its urban streets. Australian society is thus composed of people from various races and for this reason is deeply multicultural. For the same reason it is difficult to put all Australian women in one socio-cultural bracket. Your female friend here may be a student or professional newly arrived from an Asian country or a third generation Aussie with ancestors from Middle East or a European country. Above all there are many Australians of indigenous origin too. So one of the most important things to remember while interacting with Australian women is to respect their cosmopolitan and multicultural ethics. Avoid making politically incorrect comments or referring to certain races and ethnicities with disrespect. This is not to imply that racism does not exist among the Australians – it does within an intolerant minority. But once your Australian girl realizes that you are fair-minded in nature and know how to respect socio-cultural differences, she will be truly impressed and your acquaintance can start off on a happy note.
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Love of sports
Like their male counterparts, Australian women too are avid sports fans. The love of sports is a truly Aussie thing and apart from being players themselves, women here are keen followers of various kinds of games - not only their much beloved Aussie Rules but cricket, tennis, rugby, soccer, swimming and basically anything that is outdoors and active. In fact, the state of Victoria has an annual public holiday for a horse race! An example of how deeply sports is related to the national psyche is the “I am Australian a song”. Originally written as part of the preparations for the Australian Bicentenary of permanent white settlement in 1988, the song eventually it came to be taught in primary schools and sung at many citizenship ceremonies. Very soon the song was taken up by rugby fans who were reported singing “I Am Australian” at train stations and at tournaments. thus marking an intrinsic relationship between being Australian and being sports fanatics.

Desire to be respected
The stereotype of the boorish Australian male who is sexist down to his boxers may be a little exaggerated but is quite true that many women in Australia continue to struggle to be accepted as equals by their male co-workers and partners. In a book titled One Thousand Terrible Things Australian Men Have Said About Women, two women authors Meredith Burgmann, and Yvette Roberts recount some incredible instances of sexist remarks by well-known Australians. One of them includes a nostalgic musing on the changing state of marriage by former rugby player Eric Rush, who is believed to have remarked: "In the old days, you were a good guy if you lifted your feet when she was vacuuming." It is a mindset among many Australian personalities that a woman's place is in the home, even if she is working as a politician. In a Parliamentary debate, MP Andrew Fraser told Small Business Minister Sandra Nori in Parliament: "Go and wash up!". Thus if you want to impress your Australian girlfriend, one of the best ways to go about it would be to treat her with respect. Australian women are as smart and hard-working as the men of their country and they expect to be accorded the same respect and value from society at large and men in particular.
Appreciate a sense of humor
However you should not get the idea that Australian women are extremely serious about life and approach everything with a somber attitude. Quite the contrary – they simply dig men who have a sense of humor. Making an Aussie girl laugh is practically the surest way to make her feel good about herself; consequently if you are the source of fun and laughter, she will look forward to hanging out with you. At the same time though, avoid poking fun at her appearance and making politically incorrect jokes, unless you know her extremely well and are absolutely sure that she will find them funny. Rather use your surroundings to look at the lighter side of life  and in the process you may be successful in getting your Aussie girlfriend to loosen up.
Gutsy Sheilas
One of the consequences of growing up in a country of the Outbacks is that Aussie women are tough in spirit and body. There is little that can faze them – they will change a flat tire with as much readiness as babysit a toddler cousin. They are quite matey with guys and thus if you are dating an Australian girl, she is least likely to object if you want her to meet your friends at a bar and hang out all together. There is none of the damsel-in-distress nonsense about them and they are ever ready to lend a helping hand with either the animals at a ranch or a casserole in the oven. Many of them even have a soft spot for the underdog and can be found rooting for a team or individual which is not the usual favorite to win a competition. In general Aussie women are go-getters who believe in values like courage and honesty and are forever game to try out something new.
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