I was on holiday about 1 month ago in turkey, and a lot of the Turkish men were talking to me and telling me I was 'beautiful' and calling me 'princess' and 'darling' and stuff like that. I was on holiday about 1 month ago in turkey, and a lot of the Turkish men were talking to me and telling me I was 'beautiful' and calling me 'princess' and 'darling' and stuff like that.I know that people say that Turkish men say these things to women to get them to buy something or to get them into bed.Family and loyalty to its members is the most important value for them, but conservative attitudes toward women still exist, especially in rural areas where families tend to be traditional and parental approval for selecting a spouse is still important.Turkish men are very respectful toward women, so you can expect to have a caring partner if you are dating one of these passionate men.The official language is Turkish and Islam is practiced by more than 90% of the population.Given its strategic location at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, its large economy and substantial military might, Turkey is considered a major regional power.All Answers Appreciated Hello, First of all as a Turkish guy,i can say everyone thinks different about Western Women.
They cherish their women, which is a sacred, self-imposed duty of many Turkish men.Mr A and I have had our ups and downs over the years..of them..after 13 years together I guess you could say that we've cracked it.Any rows or disagreements we have are generally about money (or lack of it), but can also be down to his Turkish male mentality. I gave him mine..no..didn't want that..wanted my husband's name! If it enabled him to leave feeling important, having put another woman firmly in her place, then so what? Today my friend Gwen is coming over to stay for a couple of days.They are swept off their feet with the charm that oozes from Turkish men..yes they are very charming...romantic and so different from the men they perhaps have been used to. There has to be a determination on both sides to want to make it work, but it's not always easy.But it's at this point in the relationship...before commitment..groundrules have to be established, or the marriage is doomed to failure. It's important for the Turkish man to understand the differences in our cultures...to accept these differences.), being given a moderate diet and not being overfed and stuffed (EAT, EAT, YOU’RE SKIN AND BONES!