6: Turkish men are usually possessive and jealous of their partners, foreign women seem to enjoy this "attention" they feed each others insecurities. Apparently one of my Pakistani friends cousins is married to a Turkish man. v=GIw pypav I4o&ei=Yd H8T7q WMZKs8QS_pfz XBg&usg=AFQj CNENKd Pj SAY_g Nt ASO_90z Pnp3Er2AWhich foreign nationalities of women do Turkish men normally marry?
However you may also be interested in my latest post regarding Turkish men called “My Turkish Love Letter” (November 2013) Turkish Men are once again causing heartache all over the globe.
In 2011 there were 200,000 Turks married to "foreigners" these don't include the foreigners that have Turkish National status, which I am sure would bump that figure up. The diaspora number would probably be in the millions.
I think it is a subject worth discussing since it seems to be part of the Turkish male history to want to marry non Turkish women. I would expect the number to be higher, among Turks living abroad, for the obvious reason of availability of local women vs. Diaspora Turkish women also marry more foreigners too.
2: Foreign wives usually go to live in Turkey alone and don't bring along the Turkish womans "Family baggage" especially the ever famous Turkish inlaws... However a foreign wife would wear it, thinking its "traditional" 4: Turkish men due to the language barrier can't expose what idiots they can be, since they cannot express themselves clearly enough or their wives Turkish won't be enough to figure out that their husbands are really a complete idiots.
3: Foreign women are easier to "trick" that Turkish women in regards to cultural things, for example a modern educated Turkish woman would not wear the red ribbon around her waist when getting married. 5: Turkish men like to feel they have "tamed" a wild foreign woman, possibly due to the "Ottoman Harems" cultural teachings, they feel the need to conquer and control non Turks/Muslims.