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(90 People Likes) Why is it common and socially acceptable in Eastern countries like Japan, Korea or China for single men to have life-sized woman sex dolls instead of a girlfriend/wife, but not in the West?

Russian and Ukrainian women… ) refuse to date local Asian men, find them generally repulsive and they get angry when we don’t find the local female popul electric sex doll tion repulsive and prefer to date the local population over the expat cat/DVD women who refuse to let go of their tightly held racial dating preferences.* That we don’t think the same as them when it comes to dating the local population, they probably see our overall preferences as a betrayal of them physically and our ‘shared values’ thus the bile comes out in the guise of racism, anger and bitterness - usually hidden amongst feminist rhetoric.
Why Won't Western Women Date Chinese Men?
It’s a great article by Jocelyn Eikenberg and I am going to copy and paste a quote from it.
When I thought about my burgeoning crush for Tian, I figured it was no different from that college semester when I studied in Spain. All the American girls I knew liked flirting with the local Spaniards, and why not? The experience of being in a foreign country and culture somehow liberated us from our usual American expectations for men and dating itself. We could try new things. We could even reinvent ourselves and what it meant to be in love with someone.
It seemed natural and normal to do the same in China. I didn’t know much about China back then — a time when I could only communicate in Mandarin with a dictionary and lots of patience, and where my entire cultural knowledge was amassed from the library books on China I borrowed during the summer. But I figured surely I wasn’t alone in my feelings. Surely the other female foreign teachers at my college had secret crushes of their own.
Or so I thought, until one day when I was sharing lunch with my colleagues.
“Whenever I arrive at the airport in America, the first thing I notice is our men, how handsome and how tall they are,” one of my white female colleagues mentioned over lunch. “I’ll just stare at them for hours, as if I was Chinese and had never seen a foreign man before in my life.”
At least that woman wasn’t as blunt as another colleague, who used to bicycle with me through the streets of Zhengzhou. As we stopped on the corner of a side street and watched the mostly-male populous pedaling past us through the intersection, she grimaced.
“Chinese men don’t really seem that attractive.”
“How can you say that?” I asked her.
“I don’t know... they just aren’t.” She sounded too casual for a woman who just dismissed the entire male population in China.
How could these women just write off all Chinese men as undateable? The question haunted me as I pondered my crush on Tian. But it wouldn’t be the last time I would find myself up against these ideas. As I continued to date the locals in China and eventually married a fellow from Hangzhou, I would come to realize that most expat women in China agreed with my Zhengzhou colleagues. And sometimes, their dislike was just shocking. A European woman I worked with in 2001 famously told me that, while she found all Chinese men completely repulsive, she considered Chinese children so adorable.
So it is down to common garden racism.
On the topic of submissiveness - are Asian women submissive - I am sure some are, some western women are too, submissiveness isn’t a national or a racial trait. What most critics are confusing ‘submissiveness’ for an indirect style of communication - it is exactly what it is - Asian women (generally…) are not as direct or forthright in putting their ideas across, but if you marry one such lady, you’ll see she is not submissive in any way shape of form when it comes to what she thinks is important.
Try and take a year (or any length of time) off work to ‘find yourself’ and see how submissive she is then.
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(39 People Likes) What was your favorite item in your bedroom as a teenager?

my bedroom was a twin mattress set that I kept on the floor and had converted into a day bed using a bunch of large throw pillows, an antique white wicker rocking chair from my great-grandmother’s house that was great for reading in, a dresser that was hidden in a closet (I had two walk-in closets with folding louvered doors that took up an entire wall of my bedroom), a very large hope chest I kept on one end of my bed, some boxes I painted and kept my Seventeen magazines in (I’d had subscriptions throughout high school), a mirror that seemed to be an antique and had probably been originally attached to a dressing table at one point, a three-tier hanging basket was suspended from my ceiling and held a bunch of stuffed animals and some purple and gold pom poms (high school colors), and a 1930s era Philco radio cabinet that no longer had a radio in it (also from my great-grandmother’s house).
On the radio cabinet, I kept my dual cassette tape player with radio (aka boombox), and my cassettes were held inside. I used to have a photo of it with a dozen red roses added to the things I kept on it but I can’t seem to find it to share. I had an old pink lace triangle scarf I kept there as a doily that my grandmother used to wear to church. On the hope chest, I kept a large black lace shawl with a bunch of things on top that I had collected as well as a set of tarot cards and a crystal ball; it was set up as a sort of altar. Somewhere in my room, I was using a cow pelvis I had found in one of the pastures near the house as a way to hold books or albums from back when I had a record player.
I think my favorite item in the room was probably the radio cabinet. It was just a really cool piece of furniture that no one else I knew had and I liked the juxtaposition of it with my boombox. I was a huge fan of The Waltons and they had a radio in the living room of their house that was such a big part of their lives it was incorporated in the opening credits of the show. I wanted t

(26 People Likes) What country in Europe is the most similar to the United States?

roup of countries that are not very similar to the US at all.
The UK shares (or is divided by) a common language with the US and has strong historical connections. But that aside I would say that the UK actually has a lot more in common with most European countries than it does with the US.
Politically the UK is very different from the US. Our so called ‘right wing’ Conservative party has hardly anything in common with US conservatives and is actually well to the left of even the Democrats in the US and would certainly be seen as ‘liberal’ in US terms. Our opposition Labour party would probably be seen by most Americans as communist. We also have a constitutional monarchy and all sorts of measures to keep the government of the day in check. It is impossible to imagine somebody like Trump being elected to power in the UK and no UK Prime Minister could get ever away with the abuses of power that Trump does.
Religion is another huge difference. The majority of people in the UK would class themselves as having no religion and those that do adhere to a religion largely keep quiet about it. This is also true (often even moreso) in most European countries. This contrasts starkly with the US which stands out as the only developed western country that has such a high degree of religiosity affecting everyday life. In the US an atheist could not hold any senior public office, whereas in the UK it is pretty much the norm. In fact, here we simply do not care whether a person follows a religion or not as long as they do their job properly and keep it to themselves. Declaring your religion publicly or any mention of God is just seen as weird.
Then we come to health care and social services. The UK like most European countries has universal health care that is free at the point of use. No matter what health care you need (except oddly dental care) you will not have to pay when you use it and thus will not become financially broken just because you get ill. It is impossible for people here to understand the stance of most Americans when it comes to universal healthcare particularly given that they actually spend more in tax on health care than the UK does.
Gun rights is clearly another big difference. People of the UK (and Europe) will never understand the gun loving mentality of Americans. Here only farmers and a few sports enthusiasts own a gun of any sort and they are very strictly controlled. The majority of the population have absolutely no desire to own a gun and are very happy that nobody else has one too. Why any normal citizen would need to own an automatic weapon is a complete mystery to us. Even the police here do not carry guns (though we do have specialist and highly trained armed units that can be on the scene within minutes if required).
The police are another difference. The UK police are protectors not enforcers. You can approach any police officer and ask for directions and even have a chat. This is very different in the US.
It also seems to us that many, if not most US citizens have very little knowledge or understanding about anything outside the US. Only 40% of US citizens even hold a passport whereas this figure is over 80% in the UK. Europeans as a whole are far more widely traveled and more knowledgeable about world affairs.
There are many other differences which I could list which would show we are more similar to our European neighbours than to the US but I have gone on long enough.
The most stark difference though, as I mentioned before can be summed up in one word - ‘Trump’. T

(39 People Likes) Are looks that important in a woman when trying to make epals?

ce it; most people on chat websites who are looking for a girl to connect to are of the opposite gender, no surprise there, so the chances of stumbling upon another woman to relate to are very slim) on the other end will have to focus on conversation and its contents first and that will be your strength in securing the success of the new-found relationship but- that was never the case for me. I am extremely intelligent, a genius some would say, and I can easily “ensnare”, if you will, anyone Real Doll n seconds; be it a minutes or hours-long conversation or just simple back-and-forth texting, even months-long acquaintanceship, they will most likely ask for a picture from you at some point, and that's when you are about to realise just how genes play a part in you being ghosted or not: every time, again be it a few minutes or months into the conversation/relationship, every given time I accept to share a snap of my face, they will either say they are in a hurry or simply block me, and I will never hear from them ever again.
There are exceptions of course, but that one exception I witnessed in my life was only granted as the guy hinted at my looks not being of hindrance in our feasible friendship (basically, he wanted to make sure I wouldn't get any weird ideas). Due to his being nice and suddenly go back on it whenever I was even nicer in return, we got into quite bad an argument (the contents of which I am not going to share right now) and he decided to cut the strings on which the hints of our pseudo-friendship had been barely hanging in the previous few weeks loose.
The bottom line here being- if it is a man you're chatting to, then yes they most definitely are (as a rule of thumb).
Post scriptum (for reference)
A little while ago I was ending a rather longish conversation with somebody on the internet as he asked if we could somehow keep in touch; I complied and gave him my email address, to which he replied by asking to see a picture of me at least now that we were both okay with keeping in touch (I take my sweet time accepting such requests, because I'd usually expect the aforementioned situations to occur, but he was nice and proper so I chose to give it a try). I snapped one and sent it in, and we went on with our goodbyes and a few more jokes as closure, and I asked him to try and send an email before disconnecting as to make sure he'd gotten it right, but he just ignored that message and said bye. He's yet to contact me, while being fully aware I wasn't given his own email address before we separated.
UPDATE
A few more examples of this behaviour I am always being exposed to:
(I hid a few languages there because I don't want certain people who might come across this to know)
No matter that you got long hair in a feminine haircut, nor does anything change when you dye it pink:
Some like to suggest ugly women with a nice body can at least find an “incel” who will gladly hook up with her (as if being deemed good enough as to fulfill an occasional job as a stranger's inflatable doll could equal being acknowledged as a human being worthy of attention anyway): that's not true at all, not that I would be interested of course. On that same note, not even kinks on the web will stoop to my level:
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