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One of the first questions you'll get as a woman from the average Ugandan man will be whether you have produced a child.From here it's only a matter of time – sometimes minutes – before the inevitable marriage proposal. I’ve had more marriage proposals here in Kampala than in the rest of my life.One of my friends returned to the UK just to find a boyfriend, and it’s not a bad idea. "I met him at a party of yours; he seems fun.” “He’s spoiled goods. I bumped into a British expat acquaintance and his wife at a bar one night. (The last thing I’m interested in is sleeping with your husband. Friends tease me for going out with younger men, but younger men’s love lives are less complicated; they are less likely to be married. When she had been on holiday in London, she found no end of available dates, but here in Kampala? At a function of expat old-timers, I asked a married male friend of mine to find me a boyfriend.
Ugandan ladies are incredibly beautiful, and many are looking for a white man, so the average expat male has a choice of his “wife back home” and “my African wife” – a phrase I heard dropped into a recent conversation.This is why we want to help unmarried Christians to meet other Christian singles — for a serious relationship, but also for fellowship and spiritual growth.Jesus spoke about marriage in Mark 10:9: "Therefore what God has joined together, let no one separate." It shows how much God values marriage.The chances of finding a legitimately single expat male in Uganda are few and far between – and Lord knows we look. The instruction was clear: there’s a hierarchy here, based on how long you have been in the country. His wife’s working in the UK for a few months.” I shouldn’t have been shocked, but I was. “That’s not what I’m looking for.” My friend didn’t say anything.My female friends and I were at a party one night when an attractive guy turned up – without female company. It’s quite common to be invited to a house party or barbecue, to find it two thirds single women. It was obvious by his look that I am on a hiding to nothing. She abruptly turned her back on me before I could get a chance to say hello. At the time, I put her rudeness down to her not being interested in someone who had just arrived in the country; nowadays, understanding the small pool of expats here, I believe she felt threatened by me, the single woman. You can follow Charlotte on Twitter @Charlie Beau and read her blog, Diary of a Muzungu atSadly, it also shows our brokenness, when we review the divorce rate, even among Christians.