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Because I'm less comfortable with the language than I am with English, my verbal expression tends to be more neutral than when I speak in English.

My uneasiness from being out of my comfort zone creates the impression that I'm a lot nicer and more polite than I actually am. Anti-American sentiment around the world doesn't really apply to dating and going out.

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.

He avoided traveling by car because he thought of them as being generally unsafe.

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.

Well, newsflash: Even if you meet a great guy while waiting to use the ATM on Istiklal Street in Istanbul or end up having drinks with the one admiring the Nefertiti bust beside you at the Neues Museum in Berlin, there's a good chance that he has a profile on Grindr or at least one of the other myriad Internet meet markets.

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I wasn't expecting the black sexual mystique to apply there (I was once even asked by a black guy!

But from what this same friend told me, when American men return home and log on, No. The general population might still lump you in with Americans who talk too loud, don't speak a foreign language, wear track suits to the theater and tend to vote Republican, but when you go out at night, you might get treated like a VIP, especially if you're visiting from New York City.

When I first moved to Buenos Aires, I was shocked to find out that Americans waiting outside certain busy bars and clubs on weekend nights got to use their nationality to jump the queues, and once inside, an American accent -- which is as sexy elsewhere as British and Australian accents are to us -- can get you even further than flattery, of which you're likely to be on the receiving end.

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.

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