Denmark dating club
Copenhagen is known as a LGBTQ-friendly city where anyone is of course always welcome anywhere. Be free, be safe and most of all be yourself anywhere you go.Continuing the city’s history of promoting gay rights and acceptance, Copenhagen is hosting the World Pride in 2021 and the Euro Games in 2021.I get a lot of mail from readers of this site, but a lot of the mail I get is on one particular topic. And I can tell you now, most of them will not immediately reject you because you have a different skin color.
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.
She will quite likely say yes, if only in a misguided audition for the role of girlfriend, leaving you both a little sad and bitter the next morning.
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.
2012 - Gays could get married in church and at city hall.
2017 - Denmark does, as the first country ever, no longer officially percieve being transgender as a mental illness.
The icebreaker of course, is alcohol, and I have little doubt that if it vanished from the Earth tomorrow Danes would never reproduce.