Lebanese culture and dating 40 year old woman dating younger man
BEIRUT: Wango, which is short for "Wana-go", has been viewed by its users as Tinder's more well-bread, tailored younger brother.With a gentlemen's code to be abided by from its male users, Wango's CEO Julian Smida, describes the app as being "a safe haven for both sexes to engage in a conversation without the tagline of a one night stand temporary hanging in the midst of its opening chats." The beauty of Wango – other than it being a Lebanese based application – is that it forces upon an ecosystem of respectfulness, safety and comfort for users, with a focus on women.
The interests of the family are expected to supersede those of the individual and loyalty (such as preferential treatment) is shown to fellow family members.
For example, a woman’s mistake or loss of control is sometimes interpreted as a failure of the patriarch of the family to protect her from doing so – however, this attitude persists mostly among older, more conservative Lebanese people and cannot be applied generally to all households.
Most well-educated families have embraced full gender equality.
"Wango is the first and only dating App designed from a woman's perspective with a unique Gentleman's touch which finally gives ladies the opportunity to browse for the man they might prefer while men are obligated to adhere to a Gentleman's Code of Conduct," Smida added.
After a week, the badge would be restored but this time if the user should be reported by another two women than he will be forever known on the app as being the ill-mannered person that he portrays himself to be on the platform.
The father or oldest male is the patriarch of the family.