Denmark dating club
Most women want the same thing, although they’d probably like it to last longer than three minutes.Yet you see Danish men and women in parks in the summer, sitting alone on blankets, or in cafes in the winter surrounded by their buddies or girlfriends with their hair carefully gelled, lonely and horny but contemptous of anyone who dares to approach.The movie The Danish Girl is based on a real story about the transgender Dane Einar Wegener, who became Lili Elbe.On my very first night in Copenhagen, I went with an American girlfriend to a downtown discotheque. I think Zulus or spacemen would have found some way to communicate with us, but this was apparently beyond the capability of three well-educated Danes.I’m a blonde, and she’s an attractive black woman, so you could say we had something for every taste. Three men sat across from us, a distance of approximately 25 centimeters. Finally, fortified by gin and tonics, we spoke to them first, and they turned out to be nice guys.But that was a lucky night: Since moving here, I have been to many a discoteque where women shake their booty with their girfriends for hours while men watch with pretend disinterest from the sidelines, their eyes radiating invisible beams of desire: Please, miss, ask me to dance. I know it happens; the streets are full of Danish babies.Before 1am, Danish men weren’t drunk enough to talk, and after 3, they were too drunk to talk.
Long ago, before I ever thought of living here, a Danish woman told me that her country was a place with a lot of sex but not very much love.
1989 - DK was the first country in the world to recognise registered partnerships for same-sex couples.