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Member ID:   mediterranio

Hi, my name is mediterranio and I'm a first-generation Greek-American male from Chicago, IL. I am looking for a serious relationship with women.
I am 5' 11". I have brown hair and I have brown eyes. I would consider my body type to be athletic.
I don't smoke and I don't drink.
I am a Greek Orthodox Christian. I attend church regularly.

I have a Bachelor's Degree.

Personal Statement:

I love meeting new people and experiencing new things: travel, food, culture, to name a few. I'm very passionate about my Greek heritage and Orthodox faith. Modern Greek language (speaking, reading, and writing) and culture (film, art, history, sports, current events, etc.) are among my greatest interests. I also enjoy playing soccer and have been doing this with other Greeks most of my life. I had the pleasure of living and working in the DC area a few years back. Though it was tough at first, I really enjoyed what the area had to offer. Unfortunately, I didn't meet many Greeks while I was in DC. If DCGreeks.com had been around, things could have been very different...;)

The kind of person I'm looking for on DCGreeks.com:

I would love to meet a woman who is intelligent, compassionate, fun, loves Greek culture, has diverse interests, and a great sense of humor. I consider myself both a traditional and progressive Greek. Women and men should be equals in a relationship both should decide what is right for themselves individually and together. Unfortunately, many factors prevent Greek men and women from having healthy friendships and relationships, many of which are cultural. Ultimately we can overcome these by not going along with the stereotypes. If we really want to be with a Greek, we have to drop the B.S. and be honest with each other and treat each other like we would like to be treated.

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