Take this interview on Oprah for example, where a woman has a cow that her country's women are perceived as hoochie mamas.
(She didn't say hoochie mamas, but I like those words - so lets go with it.) You will also find what you are looking for in that interview about social norms for women and men.
Since there are no good places in Silicon Valley, let's look at a hidden gem (so I'm told): Iceland!!!As my friend put it: Swedish blond bombshells may be tough and viking-like on the outside, but they are still soft, delicate women on the inside. PS – I’m well aware that this post constitutes a generalization. Please however comment on something more constructive.Please don’t comment that I’m stereotyping and stereotyping sucks, wah wah wah. Perhaps why Swedish women have a reputation of being blond/beautiful or why the negative reputation of being “sluts.” Or your experience dating a Swedish girl or being a Swedish girl and dating.But be prepared: if you want to head to Iceland, the drinks are in the - range, and as of today, a ticket to Iceland from SFO is nearly ,000! Iceland is like no other place on earth and it is home to some of the most beautiful blonds in the world.Similarly my daughter called her Dad Pops and the Grandchildren started calling him Papi (Poppy).Swedish girls are everything what you fantasize about.Before you have a hearty chuckle, let me tell you of the ramblings of one of my coworkers.Skeptically, I listened to him as he told me of untold riches in the form of Nordic, blonde hair, blue-eyed, curvaceous girls in a region that is ill-named.It's great to see Grancy on the list of "playful" names. I thought Grammie would be the perfect moniker for me. When my first Grandson came I wanted a cutesy name too, so I chose Gramsy.When he first began to speak he couldn't say Gramsy and instead he said Zee Zee, and that's the name that stuck.