The dating culture in Norway reflects, in many ways, the culture of other developed European countries and the United States. However, Norwegian culture is also reflective of its own small, homogeneous population. Norwegian men and women have among the highest life expectancies in the world and fertility rates among European countries second only to Iceland and Ireland. Although Norway has an aging population, it has no shortage of young adults starting families. As with other Scandinavian countries, Norwegian men and women have developed dating practices that are outwardly progressive while remaining humble in spirit. With a recent influx of asylum seeking immigrants that has altered the homogeneity somewhat, Norwegian men and women are open to outsiders in the dating world, as long as they are not subject to archaic traditions and values.
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When Randy Rabney and her wife, Fran Lichtman, decided it was time to pack up their lives in Manhattan more than a decade ago, they only had one New Jersey town on their list of possible destinations: Maplewood. As native New Yorkers, Rabney said they drove to the town "to rule it out," never expecting to take the plunge into the New Jersey suburbs, but the couple quickly decided that's the place they wanted to raise their son , who was two and a half at the time. For them, Rabney said, Maplewood -- and neighboring South Orange -- has been that community. Towns like Maplewood, South Orange, other suburbs of New York City, some Jersey Shore communities and the state's second largest city, are particularly welcoming to the gay community and particularly progressive on issues affecting that community, residents and activists say.
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Shaffer, a Roman Catholic priest, has spent five years preaching to GW students. The former Newman Center members are creating a video with testimony from 10 other Catholic students, who cite Shaffer as the reason they left the chapel, hoping to inflame a largely liberal campus and force University administrators to act. Legacy and Bergen also plan to file a formal complaint with the University and hold prayer vigils outside the Newman Center until Shaffer is removed.