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Stylish because Latinas in general ooze panache (there I go again).
Who was widely regarded as the most stylish guest at Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding a couple of years ago? Headstrong because as anyone who’s ever watched a Pedro Almodóvar movie knows, Spanish woman are not to be trifled with; and fiery because anyone who does trifle with a Spanish woman will, at some stage in the evening, have to use all his dexterity and alertness to duck out of the way of an airborne plate.
That's not for me to say, but I'll admit that there's a unique thrill that comes with dancing with a Spanish girl. Any female can have any of the above attributes, regardless of nationality.
And like any survey, it's best to take this one with a pinch of paprika.
These traits make an attractive cookie-cutter from which the archetypal Latin girl is cut. The Latin lady is, to us simple northern European types, something of a mystery.
OK, perhaps not as mysterious as an Inuit woman would be, but intriguing nonetheless.
This dramatic transition of Spanish women's role in society was most noticeable in the workforce.
At least, that’s according to a recent poll exploring European citizens' preferred nationality for a holiday fling. But I wouldn’t get paid and it would make for quite a tiring read.
The survey of over 50,000 European men and women aged 18 to 35 revealed that men in six out of eight countries surveyed (including Britain, Holland, Germany, Italy and France) said they'd like a relationship with a woman from Spain more than any other nation. It would be easy for me to answer that by simply writing two words over and over again: Penelope Cruz. (Although Penny, if you’re reading this, you can find me on Twitter.
By 1983 a staggering 46% of university student enrollment was by Spanish women; the 31st highest female enrollment rate in the world.
The Spanish woman had arrived and found her place in Spanish society and the world.