There is apparently a need, and you are apparently speaking to that need, both to the Latina and the American male, both of whom are tired of the fight.
The origin of that need becomes evident quickly, and I suppose that is grounds for anger though that anger, should be turned inward, not outward.
After having met some great women in South America, it was very hard to go back to the typical “American Woman.” Now that I find myself at a point in my life in which I want a wife and a family, I am glad you have the services that make it easier to meet and get to know a woman before visiting.
Amy, you can´t begin to compare with the women of South America, who would not judge as you do.
The "Latina" has held to virtues that might be listed as "the joy of being a woman," feminine grooming, happiness that men are men, the desire to nurture a tight knit family, and a husband to provide a comfortable home while she tends to the comforts and needs of the immediate and distant family, and I am forced to add that they do so without keeping score regarding household chores.
After traveling the world with my wife for eight years and for another eight years after her death from breast cancer, I have experienced up close the dilemma that the South American woman faces, that which is termed Machismo.
I think we are fortunate to live in an age where messages can be sent and introductions can be made via the Internet at light speed.They simply are unavailable to their children, their home, their man of the moment, and ultimately to themselves.