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Good afternoon Gentleman, and Ladies. I'm actually a fellow Iraqi-Turkmen, that resides in Canada. A summary about me, before I start. I'm a student on my final year of studies in Information Security Management (securing systems from hackers). I've been with some women here in Canada, there has been many faults and/or I've not been satisfied with them. My mother has always pushed me to be with a Turkish woman, or any of the Turks across Central Asia & Mongolia (see Turkic council). Thus, I've come to this forum to seek people who may help me to understand precisely how Turkish women are. I'm hoping any of you can help by answering any of these: Personality Appearance Behaviour Reactions to certain opinions (political, psychological, movements, ideologies of other sorts, etc.) Thoughts on Western Philosophy, and Culture How to approach the women Family environment (how they are with children & families) Sense of Freedom, Achievement, Good Will, etc. Prime goals and passion As I come from the Western world, my mentality is very far from the Islamic (Erdogan) Era of Turkey. What I gathered about Turkish women from online sources is they are: Friendly Caring Jealous Family-oriented Sometimes cultured and/or traditional I personally describe myself as very secular in thought, but very judgemental. My personality trait is ENTJ (if that helps) but rather Ambivert, than extrovert. As we all know, Turkey lacks in education as per the OECD survey, and although some of you may question why I mention this, it's because it affects conversations greatly. I require very intellectual conversations, but I also need someone who is "feminine" that is kind, caring, as I do seek to have a family someday. Now I'm not saying I will pursue a relationship immediately, however, I do intend to consider dating in Turkey in the near-future. All your thoughts, opinions would be great, regardless of criticism. I may be able to answer some of your questions if needed. I thank you all for taking this time to read this post.