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He hated traveling period because, well, what was the point?He was in his late-30s, and he'd never left Argentina and likely never would.Then the ice-breaking question became a recurring theme in pretty much every city I visited and lived in, including Cape Town, where black men outnumber white men by a considerable margin.I wasn't expecting the black sexual mystique to apply there (I was once even asked by a black guy!The years hadn't changed him (or his love for the Carpenters). Among the things I learned that day: Work colleagues aside, he didn't associate with anyone who wasn't family, so spending time with me was his version of really going out on a limb.

During my first trip to Buenos Aires, I met a guy named Martín whose grasp of English was well below rudimentary.

I can't remember ever hearing a gay man outside the U. who spent time living or traveling there having anything negative to say about the country or the people in it, unless he was American.

I still get a little electric jolt every time someone tells me how much he loves Americans.

Men are not necessarily more romantic or relationship-oriented because they happen to be Italian, or whatever, and unless you're Katharine Hepburn in , you're not more likely to be swept off your feet by someone who speaks a Romance language. The only certainty is that you'll meet an abundance of men with one-track minds, and the main thought running on that track will be motivated by the possibility of sex at the finish line. A man is a man is a man -- no matter how you meet him.

The ones you see online are the same ones you see offline.

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