The Thai Lady Stereotype

Men Should Be Aware Of Thai Lady Stereotype

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As the number of men seeking Thai brides has increased, psychologists and sociologists advise those who are interested in a relationship with a Thai bride to forget about the Thai lady stereotype. Today, women are more educated and mature than ever, they started to be more and more present on the workforce market and this applies to Thai women, as well. Things have changed a lot and it would be a mistake to have that old image of a Thai lady as a housekeeper or maid. At present, Thai women are famous businessperson and they are also involved in politics. The best proof is that the World’s first woman prime minister was an Asian woman from Sri Lanka. Additionally, in 2011, Yingluck Shinawatra was elected as prime minister of Philander, who was also the first Thai woman to hold the title. The problem is that men believe that a wife should be a great housekeeper, but their perception is not always compatible with reality. One thing is for sure, though: Thai women are very beautiful, but now they are also financially independent and are not so interested in their tradition anymore, so they are very modern and have their own way of thinking. Failure to understand this leads to problems in marriage, so men have to be aware of these new changes before getting married to a Thai woman. In many cases, Thai women will not expect to be treated as a man’s housekeeper, the Thai having even a saying about marriage that applies in this case very well: “The man leads with the front legs, but the wife drives it with the back legs.” So, a Thai lady won’t be invisible anymore, but she will be an active part in marriage. Nonetheless, it depends on what a man wants. In case he wants only a housekeeper, he can find a Thai woman that can be this way, as well. There are also other men who want a Thai woman to be a wonderful life partner, independent, so together, the two will be a wonderful and strong team. Cultural differences are also a problem, so a man from a different culture has to be sure that he knows her Thai woman very well before getting married.
Who can know more about the country and its culture than someone who has lived in it for more than 15 years? Our top author, Ahara Henris, tells her story and explains why she believes that stereotypes are things that prevent people from expanding borders in life and in dating.