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Understanding the Mexican Way of Life

A photo of a Mexican Flag Mexican people and the Mexican way of life are genuine and passionate.

Mexican Culture

Mexican people and the Mexican way of life are genuine and passionate. They have a rich familial tradition and as a result, they make sure their partners feel taken care of. They grow up in a society with close ties with the community and they are very cordial towards the community.

Mexican Culture is known throughout the world for being vibrant. One thing that we cannot do when we talk about Mexican society is to try to confine them into a single formula of description.

They are hospitable and cordial with guests, but they are truly themselves when they’re with friends and family. They laugh and celebrate death as they do on the day of the dead, yet they are very much grounded in their own spiritual identity. Mexicans embrace modernity whilst remaining traditional in their essence.

Intercultural Marriages and Mexican Women

The rise in popularity of online dating, dating apps, and other online matchmaking services has made international and intercultural marriages with Mexican women possible.

This new dynamic in dating has made finding potential partners easier, and has quite frankly widened the horizon of the dating scene.

Singles have the opportunity to meet people abroad without having to leave the borders of their own locale.

Due to the ease of access and the wide possibilities that international dating offers today, more and more singles are turning to international matchmaking.

The first thing you have to remember is to leave the stereotypes behind to understand the real Mexican way of life.

Films and other media have portrayed Latin American women to fit into their scripts, mostly in characters that are sexualized in nature; they’re feisty, they’re overly religious, they’re associated with gangs or “cartels” as is portrayed in films. These are all stereotypes you should leave at the door.

Languages in Mexico

The overwhelming majority of Mexicans today speak Spanish as their primary language, with around 92 percent of the Mexican society doing so. A small percentage of Mexicans speak Spanish alongside other native Mexican languages such as the Mayan, Nahuatl, and other regional dialects in the Mexican culture.

Some words in the English language have originated from native Mexican languages like chocolate, coyote, tomato, and avocado, all of which come from traditional Mexican dialects.

Values of the Mexican People

Family is one of the most important elements in Mexican society. This is especially true outside of cities, families are typically large and Mexicans are very conscious of their responsibilities to immediate family members and extended family such as cousins and even close friends.

Hosting parties at their homes plays a large part of Mexican traditions and making visitors feel comfortable is a large part of the values and customs of the country.

Family units are usually large, with traditional gender roles and extensive involvement from external members who assist one another in day to day life.

There is a strong connection among family members. Parents are treated with a high degree of respect, as is the family in general and there may be constant struggle, especially for the growing children between individual wants and needs and those wants and needs of the family.

A large event in a Mexican family is the quinceañera. This is a celebration of a young lady's 15th birthday. It signifies the girl's journey from childhood to womanhood. The party includes an elaborate dress for the girl of honor, food, dancing, friends and family.

Before the party there is often a mass at the girl's church. The girl is accompanied throughout the festivities by her damas (maids of honor) and chambelánes (chamberlains).

Mexican Etiquette

Latin American culture is rooted in formality when interacting with one another. A firm handshake is a common practice between people as greeting and for leave-taking. A hug and a light kiss on the cheek are also common greeting practices between women, and men and women who are close friends or family.

The Spanish language provides forms of formal and informal address (different use of usted vs. tu for the pronoun you, polite and familiar commands, the use of titles of respect before people's first names such as Don or Dona).

In informal settings, conversations between Latin American speakers are usually loud, fast, and speech is often accompanied by animated gestures and body language to better convey points.

Mexican Cuisine

Various ingredients at a market in Mexico City, including huitlacoche, quintoniles and squash flowers.

Mexican cuisine is as complex as any other world cuisine, such as those of China, France, Italy, India and Japan.

It is created mostly with ingredients native to Mexico, as well as those brought over by the Spanish conquistadors, with some new influences since then. In addition to staples, such as corn and chile peppers, native ingredients include tomatoes, squashes, avocados, cocoa and vanilla, as well as ingredients not generally used in other cuisines, such as edible flowers, vegetables like huauzontle and papaloquelite, or small criollo avocados, whose skin is edible.

European contributions include pork, chicken, beef, cheese, herbs and spices, as well as some fruits. Tropical fruits such as guava, prickly pear, sapote, mangoes, bananas, pineapple and cherimoya (custard apple) are popular, especially in the center and south of the country.

It has been debated how much Mexican food is still indigenous and how much is European. However, the basis of the diet is still corn and beans, with chili peppers as seasoning, as they are staple foods.

Modern Mexican Women

Mexican women have kept up to pace when it comes to the modernization of society and culture. Latinas make it a point to integrate their cultural identity and heritage with modern times.

An example of this is the changing gender roles when it comes to the Latin American culture, most especially evident in the labor force. Mexican women were often relegated to homemaking and child rearing responsibilities.

Today, women comprise a huge part of the labor force, with a good number taking up leadership positions in various key industries. Statistics show that more and more Latina women are pursuing higher education.

This has led to more and more women becoming financially independent. This doesn’t necessarily mean that Latinas wish to leave behind the culture of being family-oriented. It does mean that due to their independence in today’s society, they are given the option of being a homemaker instead of being one out of a lack of other options.

The 21st century not only saw the Mexican way of life shift with women taking leadership in various professions, but also leadership in national fronts of geopolitics and international policies.

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