Dating an ethiopian
While a few women may find employment in education or politics, the number is minimal, and most find work in hotels, bars and factories, where they receive less pay than men, despite being occupied at the same tasks.A high percentage of females (more than 85%), live in rural areas, where they work alongside men on the land, while also being responsible for looking after the home and the family.If this isn’t your scene, how about an expedition to the Great Rift Valley, running north and south in the centre of the country, and the Denakil Depression in the northeast, but here you must be prepared to be hot!However, if your only reason for coming to Ethiopia is to meet an attractive female, it’s probably best to stick to the cities, such as Addis Ababa, Adama, Mek’ele and Gonder, where the women are at one with the world and its modern life-styles. It’s also quite normal to feed choice morsels to others within your group – again, using your right hand.Being a country which is strictly orthodox, Islamic and Jewish, these dishes are a definite no- no!And when the fasting season arrives, you’ll be unlikely to be offered any meat or dairy products.
Dark-skin, wide-eyes, high cheek bones and slender, athletic bodies, place them in a very high category. They are also kind and compassionate, brilliant at looking after children, excellent cooks and meticulous when it comes to keeping the house in good shape.
They are also unable to choose their own husband, the selection is done for them.
And should they have the misfortune to be raped, there will be no support to help them overcome the misery and rejection.
About the same size as France, Spain and Portugal thrown together, Ethiopia has a population of nearly 90 million, three-and-a-half million of whom live in the capital, Addis Ababa, which is located more or less slap bang in the centre of the country.
Home to more than ten different ethnic groups, the country also features a diverse range of languages, while the most widely spoken foreign language happens to be English.