- I got mistaken for Korean, by another foreigner. Anyone who has seen my pic, knows I don’t look Korean. In that person’s defense, she said it was where I was standing the light made my skin light enough to be Korean at first glance. She didn’t see the coils I had in my hair because of my wrap around ear warmer.
- My little ones, 1st – 3rd after school class, called me S-line teacher. When they see me with my 2nd jacket off and only see me with my hoodie, in which they can see my shape, this is what they say to me. S-Line is the Korean name for the figure 8 body shape. Apparently my students noticed my drop in weight here and so have the teachers.
- This wasn’t in South Korea, well sorta but on Facebook. I apparently have been getting Facebook stalked by some random guys. One freaked me out so bad, the feeling I get just by seeing his picture or message, I defriended him immediately. The other guy, I get no feeling, just annoyance, he is about to be defriended too. He keeps requesting my phone number, even though I have showed no interest. I am blunt; I am not the type to string someone along. How they heck do people find me anyway?! Has this happened to anyone else.
Now on to the Asian Male perspective and the Programming that was mentioned in the last blog post I wrote.
Those who remember, my friend is a Japanese guy (hottie) and we talk a bit on Facebook.
I asked him when the programming starts and why.
It's pretty much common knowledge. Most men in Japan do not believe that foreign women like us. First time I heard it mentioned was when I was in high school.
I asked him what he thought of BW/AM relationships.
Personally, I do not care about race or ethnicity if the people involved in the relationships are happy and enjoy each other's company.
He has some questions for us too.
You told me that there is a similar programming where black women in the US are told that men (including black men) do not want them. When and why does that start? It's certainly not true. For example, when I was in California, I saw so many black girls with white guys and Mexican guys, almost as many of those couples as there were black girls with black guys.
By the way, on his recent FB post he quoted Antoine Dawson and upped his awesomeness in my book and made my day.
If you give him answers, I will message them to him as we go.