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I lived with a guy from there, and as far as I know he never cheated, but the whole cheating culture and Latin America kinda shocked me. The thing that really surprises me is how many Latin women deal with cheating. You would expect his ex-girlfriend to hate the guy for cheating on her, but no. She kept chasing him for another two! I have more stories, but you get my point. I find it really sad. I mean, those women are gorgeous, smart, funny and deserve so much more than that, still they seem to accept it.
Did you make similar experiences? A lot of women, especially in mexico where money is scarce, marry for financial security and independence from their own families. But I do have family friends, and older relatives that I have seen this happen to. My dad used to cheat on my mum. This was during the time of the military government in Argentina, where the man used to have all the rights to the children. If my mother had left him, he would have had the right to keep me and my siblings and stop my mum from seeing us.
She therefore put up with it until things changed. Then she was off. In fact, one of my brothers cheated on his girfriend, who proptly dumped him when she found out.
Hmmm…my step mom is from Colombia, and my dad met her online. They were married within three months of her moving here for obvious reasons, but I can confidently say this…. If my dad were to ever cheat on my step mom, he would be booted to the curb so fast his head would spin.
Reading through your post got me feeling like this.. It is so upsetting that women accept this. I am hispanic, both of my parents were born and raised in Mexico.
And yes, just like people in Columbia I believe cheating is more tolerated in Mexico. I think it has to do a lot with the Macho side of men. I hate it when men think they are Macho and disrespect women. Oh gosh I am so pissed lol. Over the years I have known many women including my own mother who knew about their spouses cheating usually more than once but still stayed.
I even dated one. Most of them Colombian. Lovely people, but their passion seems to get the best of them. And they fall in LOVE, quickly. Culture change takes a long time. It might only be their children or grandchildren who start thinking about change. Just a slightly different perspective. All I know is that I was dating a Mexican. He is from Zacatecas. After 6 months of bliss, texts started to his ex, flirting with other women, and it ended with a spectacular hooking up with Craigslist hoes.
None of the women I know tolerate it either. Theres a lot of cheating here in the US. Its NOT a part of our culture to cheat. OP this is borderline offensive. But then again they have a quite different mentality in the netherlands, with prostitution and weed beeing legal etc. That probably has something to do with it. One of his girlfriends best friends boyfriend took another women on vacation to thailand etc for a few weeks, and then got back home to his Girlfriend… so sickening.
Then he just got home and everything went back to normal. And this was not the only couple that had a really fucked up relation. Everybody seemed to be like this.
The girls needed to grab their guys and drag them away from hitting at other ladies.. And all the girls was seeking attention and sleeping with guys who gave it to them all the time. Find support, ask questions, swap stories, and follow brides planning real weddings here on Weddingbee. Closed Cheating culture in Latin America posted 3 years ago in Latino. Here are some examples: MarmotaLinda 3 years ago Wedding: They were married within three months of her moving here for obvious reasons, but I can confidently say this… If my dad were to ever cheat on my step mom, he would be booted to the curb so fast his head would spin.
MrsNino 3 years ago Wedding: WesterosBarbie 3 years ago Wedding: Horseradish 3 years ago Wedding: October Culture change takes a long time.
BringOnTheHappy 3 years ago Wedding: September All I know is that I was dating a Mexican. When I dumped him he was legit confused. Cheekie 3 years ago Wedding: Khaleesy 3 years ago OMG with the stereotypes. Also my male friends and family are all good decent men as far as I know of. There are cheaters all over the world, not only in Latin America This post is awful.
Couples usually resorted to concubinage when inequality of social rank was an obstacle to marriage: Children had their mother's social rank, and not as was customary their father's. Classical Roman law did not allow any domestic abuse by a husband to his wife,  but as with any other crime, laws against domestic abuse can be assumed to fail to prevent it. Cato the Elder said, according to his biographer Plutarch , "that the man who struck his wife or child, laid violent hands on the holiest of holy things.
Also that he thought it more praiseworthy to be a good husband than a good senator. Wife beating was sufficient grounds for divorce or other legal action against the husband. Domestic abuse enters the historical record mainly when it involves the egregious excesses of the elite. The Emperor Nero was alleged to have had his first wife and stepsister Claudia Octavia murdered, after subjecting her to torture and imprisonment.
Nero then married his pregnant mistress Poppaea Sabina , whom he kicked to death for criticizing him. The despised Commodus is supposed also to have killed his wife and his sister. Roman wives were expected to bear children, but the women of the aristocracy, accustomed to a degree of independence, showed a growing disinclination to devote themselves to traditional motherhood.
By the 1st century CE , most elite women avoided breast-feeding their infants themselves, and hired wet-nurses. The extent to which Roman women might expect their husbands to participate in the rearing of very young children seems to vary and is hard to determine.
Family-values traditionalists such as Cato appear to have taken an interest: Cato liked to be present when his wife bathed and swaddled their child. Large families were not the norm among the elite even by the Late Republic ; the family of Clodius Pulcher , who had at least three sisters and two brothers, was considered unusual. Roman women were not only valued for the number of children that they produced, but also for their part in raising and educating children to become good citizens.
To rear children for successful lives, an exemplary Roman mother needed to be well-educated herself. One of the Roman women most famous for their strength and influence as a mother was Cornelia , the mother of the Gracchi. Julius Caesar , whose father died when he was only a young teen, had a close relationship with his mother, Aurelia , whose political clout was essential in preventing the execution of her year-old son during the proscriptions of Sulla.
Aristocratic women managed a large and complex household. Since wealthy couples often owned multiple homes and country estates with dozens or even hundreds of slaves, some of whom were educated and highly skilled, this responsibility was the equivalent of running a small corporation. In addition to the social and political importance of entertaining guests , clients , and visiting dignitaries from abroad, the husband held his morning business meetings salutatio at home.
Since the most ambitious aristocratic men were frequently away from home on military campaign or administrative duty in the provinces , sometimes for years at a time, the maintenance of the family's property and business decisions were often left to the wives; for instance, while Julius Caesar was away from Rome throughout the 50s BCE, his wife Calpurnia was responsible for taking care of his assets. When Ovid, Rome's greatest living poet, was exiled by Augustus in 8 CE, his wife exploited social connections and legal maneuvers to hold on to the family's property, on which their livelihood depended.
One of the most important tasks for women to oversee in a large household was clothing production. In the early Roman period, the spinning of wool was a central domestic occupation, and indicated a family's self-sufficiency, since the wool would be produced on their estates.
Even in an urban setting, wool was often a symbol of a wife's duties, and equipment for spinning might appear on the funeral monument of a woman to show that she was a good and honorable matron. Money is their first care. They work their estates, invest their funds, lend and borrow. We find one among Cicero's creditors, and two among his debtors. Even women of wealth were not supposed to be idle ladies of leisure. Among the aristocracy, women as well as men lent money to their peers to avoid resorting to a moneylender.
When Pliny was considering buying an estate, he factored in a loan from his mother-in-law as a guarantee rather than an option. The "lawless" Politta, who appears in the Martyrdom of Pionius , owned estates in the province of Asia.
Inscriptions record her generosity in funding the renovation of the Sardis gymnasium. Because women had the right to own property, they might engage in the same business transactions and management practices as any landowner. As with their male counterparts, their management of slaves appears to have varied from relative care to negligence and outright abuse.
During the First Servile War , Megallis and her husband Damophilus were both killed by their slaves on account of their brutality, but their daughter was spared because of her kindness and granted safe passage out of Sicily, along with an armed escort.
Unlike landholding, industry was not considered an honorable profession for those of senatorial rank. Cicero suggested that in order to gain respectability a merchant should buy land. Attitudes changed during the Empire, however, and Claudius created legislation to encourage the upper classes to engage in shipping.
Women of the upper classes are documented as owning and running shipping corporations. Trade and manufacturing are not well represented in Roman literature, which was produced for and largely by the elite, but funerary inscriptions sometimes record the profession of the deceased, including women.
Artemis the gilder was married to Dionysius the helmet maker, as indicated by a curse tablet asking for the destruction of their household, workshop, work, and livelihood. Laws during the Imperial period aimed at punishing women for adultery exempted those "who have charge of any business or shop" from prosecution.
Some typical occupations for a woman would be wet nurse , actress , dancer or acrobat, prostitute , and midwife — not all of equal respectability. Most Romans lived in insulae apartment buildings , and those housing the poorer plebeian and non-citizen families usually lacked kitchens. The need to buy prepared food meant that takeaway food was a thriving business. Most of the Roman poor, whether male or female, young or old, earned a living through their own labour. Men argued firmly to block women from engaging in the public sphere.
The political system in ancient Rome involved men exclusively—from senators to magistrates. Women were even prevented from voting. They were not seen as fit to be part of the political sphere as men believed them to be only suited for "elegance, adornment, and finery.
In some cases, women were viewed as a threat to male rule. Cato the elder went so far as to prevent boys from attending senatorial meetings in fear that they would relay the news to their inquisitive mothers.
During the civil wars that ended the Republic, Appian reports the heroism of wives who saved their husbands. An epitaph known as the Laudatio Turiae preserves a husband's eulogy for his wife, who during the civil war following the death of Julius Caesar endangered her own life and relinquished her jewelry to send support to her husband in exile.
Porcia , the daughter of Cato the Younger and wife of Brutus the assassin , came to a less fortunate but in the eyes of her time heroic end: The rise of Augustus to sole power in the last decades of the 1st century BCE diminished the power of political officeholders and the traditional oligarchy , but did nothing to diminish and arguably increased the opportunities for women, as well as slaves and freedmen , to exercise influence behind the scenes.
However, starting with Augustus' rule, the inability to vote no longer mattered because the senate lost its power. Additionally, the shift from the forum to the palace allowed for women who lived there to gain an upper hand in influencing politics.
Several women of the Imperial family, such as Livia's great-granddaughter and Caligula's sister Agrippina the Younger , gained political influence as well as public prominence. Women also participated in efforts to overthrow the emperors who abused their power. The plot was discovered, and Lepidus was executed.
Agrippina and Livilla were exiled, and returned from exile only when their paternal uncle Claudius came to power after Caligula's assassination in 41 CE.
Women could also be motivated by less than noble causes. Claudius's third wife Valeria Messalina conspired with Gaius Silius to overthrow her husband in the hope of installing herself and her lover in power. Tacitus immortalized the woman Epicharis for her part in the Pisonian conspiracy , where she attempted to gain the support of the Roman fleet and was instead arrested. Tacitus also praises Egnatia Maximilla for sacrificing her fortune in order to stand by her innocent husband against Nero.
Classical texts have little to say about women and the Roman army. Emperor Augustus reigned 27 BC—AD 14 disallowed marriage by ordinary soldiers, a ban that lasted nearly two centuries. However it has been suggested that wives and children of centurions lived with them at border and provincial forts. Likewise, in Germany, further evidence of this practice was discovered in the form of brooches and shoes. Trajan's Column depicts six women amongst the soldiers who are attendants holding sacrificial offerings at a military religious ceremony.
Women were present at most Roman festivals and cult observances. Some rituals specifically required the presence of women, but their participation might be limited.
As a rule women did not perform animal sacrifice , the central rite of most major public ceremonies,  though this was less a matter of prohibition than the fact that most priests presiding over state religion were men. Women priests played a prominent and crucial role in the official religion of Rome.
Although the state colleges of male priests were far more numerous, the six women of the college of Vestals were Rome's only "full-time professional clergy.
Religious titles for women include sacerdos , often in relation to a deity or temple, such as a sacerdos Cereris or Cerealis , "priestess of Ceres ", an office never held by men;  magistra , a high priestess, female expert or teacher in religious matters; and ministra , a female assistant, particularly one in service to a deity. A magistra or ministra would have been responsible for the regular maintenance of a cult.
Epitaphs provide the main evidence for these priesthoods, and the woman is often not identified in terms of her marital status. The Vestals possessed unique religious distinction, public status and privileges, and could exercise considerable political influence. It was also possible for them to amass "considerable wealth. In archaic Roman society, these priestesses were the only women not required to be under the legal guardianship of a man, instead answering directly and only to the Pontifex Maximus.
The independence of the Vestals thus existed in relation to the prohibitions imposed on them. In addition to conducting certain religious rites, the Vestals participated at least symbolically in every official sacrifice, as they were responsible for preparing the required ritual substance mola salsa.
A few priesthoods were held jointly by married couples. Marriage was a requirement for the Flamen Dialis , the high priest of Jupiter ; his wife, the Flaminica Dialis, had her own unique priestly attire, and like her husband was placed under obscure magico-religious prohibitions.
The flaminica was a perhaps exceptional case of a woman performing animal sacrifice; she offered a ram to Jupiter on each of the nundinae , the eight-day Roman cycle comparable to a week. Like the Flaminica Dialis, the regina sacrorum , "queen of the sacred rites," wore distinctive ceremonial dress and performed animal sacrifice, offering a sow or female lamb to Juno on the first day of each month. These highly public official duties for women contradict the commonplace notion that women in ancient Rome took part only in private or domestic religion.
The dual male-female priesthoods may reflect the Roman tendency to seek a gender complement within the religious sphere;  most divine powers are represented by both a male and a female deity , as seen in divine pairs such as Liber and Libera. This triad "formed the core of Roman religion. From the Mid Republic onward, religious diversity became increasingly characteristic of the city of Rome. Many religions that were not part of Rome's earliest state cult offered leadership roles for women, among them the cult of Isis and of the Magna Mater.
An epitaph preserves the title sacerdos maxima for a woman who held the highest priesthood of the Magna Mater's temple near the current site of St. Although less documented than public religion, private religious practices addressed aspects of life that were exclusive to women. At a time when the infant mortality rate was as high as 40 percent,  divine aid was solicited for the life-threatening act of giving birth and the perils of caring for a baby.
Invocations were directed at the goddesses Juno , Diana , Lucina , the di nixi , and a host of divine attendants devoted to birth and childrearing. Male writers vary in their depiction of women's religiosity: Romans were suspicious of secretive religious practices, and Cicero cautioned that nocturnal sacrifices were not to be performed by women, except for those ritually prescribed pro populo , on behalf of the Roman people, that is, for the public good.
Wealthy women traveled around the city in a litter carried by slaves. The wealthiest families had private baths at home, but most people went to bath houses not only to wash but to socialize, as the larger facilities offered a range of services and recreational activities, among which casual sex was not excluded. One of the most vexed questions of Roman social life is whether the sexes bathed together in public.
Until the late Republic, evidence suggests that women usually bathed in a separate wing or facility, or that women and men were scheduled at different times. But there is also clear evidence of mixed bathing from the late Republic until the rise of Christian dominance in the later Empire. Some scholars have thought that only lower-class women bathed with men, or those of dubious moral standing such as entertainers or prostitutes, but Clement of Alexandria observed that women of the highest social classes could be seen naked at the baths.
Hadrian prohibited mixed bathing, but the ban seems not to have endured. Most likely, customs varied not only by time and place, but by facility, so that women could choose to segregate themselves by gender or not. For entertainment women could attend debates at the Forum, the public games ludi , chariot races , and theatrical performances. By the late Republic, they regularly attended dinner parties, though in earlier times the women of a household dined in private together. Though the practice was discouraged, Roman generals would sometimes take their wives with them on military campaigns.
Caligula 's mother Agrippina the Elder often accompanied her husband Germanicus on his campaigns in northern Germania, and the emperor Claudius was born in Gaul for this reason. Wealthy women might tour the empire, often participating or viewing religious ceremonies and sites around the empire.
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Lovely people, but their passion seems to get the best of them. And they fall in LOVE, quickly. Culture change takes a long time. It might only be their children or grandchildren who start thinking about change. Just a slightly different perspective. All I know is that I was dating a Mexican. He is from Zacatecas. After 6 months of bliss, texts started to his ex, flirting with other women, and it ended with a spectacular hooking up with Craigslist hoes. None of the women I know tolerate it either.
Theres a lot of cheating here in the US. Its NOT a part of our culture to cheat. OP this is borderline offensive. But then again they have a quite different mentality in the netherlands, with prostitution and weed beeing legal etc. That probably has something to do with it. One of his girlfriends best friends boyfriend took another women on vacation to thailand etc for a few weeks, and then got back home to his Girlfriend… so sickening. Then he just got home and everything went back to normal.
And this was not the only couple that had a really fucked up relation. Everybody seemed to be like this. The girls needed to grab their guys and drag them away from hitting at other ladies.. And all the girls was seeking attention and sleeping with guys who gave it to them all the time. Find support, ask questions, swap stories, and follow brides planning real weddings here on Weddingbee. Closed Cheating culture in Latin America posted 3 years ago in Latino.
Here are some examples: MarmotaLinda 3 years ago Wedding:
Young adults who would like to get married naturally start looking for love in the community they live in, but in some parts of the country, the. Freeborn women in ancient Rome were citizens (cives), but could not vote or hold political office. Because of their limited public role, women are named less frequently than men by Roman historians. But while Roman women held no direct political power, those from wealthy Some vivid snapshots of daily life are preserved in Latin literary genres such. From Argentina to Mexico, well over half of all births are to unwed mothers. Fiction & Fantasy · Science & Health · Sports · Travel · Young Adult Maria Mercedes Vittar (from left), Paola Fiorita and Ana Zappella are all unmarried mothers in At Azul's birthday, the girl's father attended, as did the ex-wife of.