I was born at Saraburi and my parents moved to Phayao. When I am free time I like to cook […] I’m a beautiful Asian woman.
I’ve been married wih Englishman for 10 years but he died […] I’m a cute Asian woman. I like to work and I am hard working woman, faithful, caring, loves family. I never been to […] I’m a Thai woman live in Rayong. The reason I am looking for foreign husband because I think they are not dislike Thai women already have children or husband before.
At the same time, I believe that it is the poor choices that have been made by these men, in selecting their Thai partners, that have led to a lot of bad press about Thai girls in general – and five big myths in particular: This is the most common myth of all and there are a number of reasons for its existence; most of them are based on simple misunderstandings.
However, the illicit activities that go on in the bar-scene are fairly well understood and I doubt that there’s any need to clarify them here.
There is no shortage of men that have been scammed by the girls they met in Thailand bars and clubs, but it’s totally unfair to equate that with the behavior of regular Thai ladies. Anyone who thinks that Thai girls are subservient, quiet little home-keepers, who will dote on their man’s every whim, had better have a serious reality check.
The vast majority of ladies do not get involved with a man for financial reasons; that’s not to say that money isn’t important to the success of a relationship, it has to be important in a poor country where the necessities of life are not immediately available to all, but money is not often the primary incentive for regular Thai girls when looking for a romantic partner. Thailand does have a very hierarchical society and at first glance it may appear that husbands rule the roost, with wives taking a backseat when decisions need to be made.
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When it comes to Thai girls I think it’s fair to acknowledge that there are one or two negative associations that we westerners like to make about their characteristics, intentions and values, but I would advise anyone to reserve judgement on this.
There, I’ve said it: I wanted someone to text all day, and watch TV with.
I am skittish about relationships, as most of the marriages I’ve seen up close have been ruinous for one or both parties.
Steve Bain is an Englishman who has traveled to Thailand many times and has lived there, on and off, since 2010.
He is a graduate in Economics and is fascinated by the developing economies and cultures of South East Asia.
Some people my age — extreme middle-age — train for marathons, or paddle down the Amazon, skydive, or adopt. And having realized this one long-shot dream with my grown child gave me the confidence to try something even harder: to date.