These type of questions are always best asked when you are friends and not romantically involved.
That way you have the facts up front and can make an informed decision.
Thus, it's not that I mind the label, or something, I just became unimpressed by it.
It's not hard to get indifferent to a tag that dehumanizes you.
If you choose to enter into a relationship with no marriage in the future, then understand you will probably not be introduced to his friends and family.
I came across this article yesterday and I can't say I gasped in horror because in patriarchy nothing surprises me anymore, to be honest. First thing that caught my eyes, the piece was co-authored by a Brazilian lady.
The Brazilian woman is not empowering herself through sex. She HAS to be sexy, yet she cannot own her sexuality, and this is just sad.
This is just a system capitalizing over the bodies of women who are not exactly liberated. Well, it ends with the following 'pearl' of wisdom: "Brazilians date much like they play football: aggressively. It basically tells Indian men that they shouldn't hesitate in harassing Brazilian women.
It teaches them that Brazil is a jungle and they shouldn't worry about feelings.
After all, when you regard women to a 'savage' status, you owe them no humane treatment whatsoever. And if I could offer one piece of advice to any man who is traveling to my country, I would say: if you're going to Brazil in order to get what you wouldn't otherwise in your home country, then don't.