All this has led to the number of asylum seekers in Denmark falling by two-thirds in the last five years.
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As a feminine culture, Danes have more flexible gender roles, which allows them to be more relaxed when considering romantic relationships.
The absence of pressure to fulfill certain gender-based stereotypes fosters a liberal attitude toward sex, dating, and marriage.
Denmark ranks among the most “feminine” societies in the world.
Whereas they are now approaching six per cent, back in 1980 they constituted just one per cent.
Divisions over the issue have reached such a level that political experts fear they threaten a culture of political and social cohesion that has dominated Denmark since the end of the Second World War.
The right-wing Danish People's Party has helped keep immigration in the political spotlight since its founding in 1995, and it, along with widespread concern in Denmark over immigration, has led to the country introducing a series of laws aimed at keeping it under control.
Non-EU immigrants that are allowed into the country are now required to learn Danish and become familiar with Denmark's history and culture, while access to benefits remains tightly controlled.
At the same time the country has cracked down on people using marriage as a means of gaining access to Denmark.
Laws now stipulate that for marriages involving a Dane and a non-EU or non-Nordic citizen both parties have to be aged over 24 and the Dane must be independent of government aid.