Almost all Honduran women have dark and thick hair, brown eyes, and naturally tanned skin, the tone of which may vary from bright olive to a very dark brown.
Women from Honduras are often set apart by their perfect, feminine body structure.
Readers will find out about everything from typical activities for children, at what age children are expected to contribute to the household; how men and women meet in Honduras; what constitutes a typical date; whether pre-marital sex is common; how marriage is viewed; what the typical family and daily routines are; which parent gets custody in case of divorce; life in the professional world; how the elderly are viewed in the culture; what they do at retirement; and what happens at death.
This comprehensive profile touches on a multitude of topics within each age group or life stage.
Find out what makes the Hondurans tick with this thorough profile.
Loyalty is a value that is ingrained and unquestioned in Honduran culture. Anyone outside of the family is considered “suspect”.
Often these family friends are called co-parents or godparents, and are used for child support when a family does not have enough resources for their children.
This symbolizes the strong emotional bonds and co-parents are considered family. Although monogamy is the main form of a marriage, there is also many polygamous relationships and marriages. In Honduran culture the men are the head of the household, whereas the women are meant to show the children love and affection.
Money is the main indicator of a family’s status in Honduras.
Family is of much importance to Honduran culture due to the political and economic issues that Honduras has faced both in the past and present day.