Senegal dating culture

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Men and women wear beautifully-designed long flowing robes called boubou.is particularly proud of his traditional wear and enjoys dressing up and wearing his boubou, although not quite as much as he likes wearing his basketball shirts.The market is full of stalls selling beautiful fabrics.Nearby are rows and rows of tailors, ready to work at turning the fabric into the most remarkable boubous.To help us keep all this information free, we could do with your help.If you can add a link to this page (or any of these pages) from a website/blog, it will help by sending us traffic and therefore will keep ads and subscription models far away. We do not intend to stereotype, pigeon-hole or try to quantify any culture or people.

My host sister went crazy when she found out her husband was talking to another women and tried to hit him. My friend found out her husband was taking a second wife and spoke out to him only to be hit. Waplog is the best social network to meet new people. Register in seconds to find new friends, share photos, live chat and be part of a great community!She had three more children and is treated poorly by her new mother and law.She does all the laundry, cooks all the meals, milks the cows, pounds the rice and every other task women do here.Girls today want to dress like Americans, explains Aina.

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