Now, I see it becoming a real issue, like addiction.
I try talking about it but he just becomes defensive.
I’ve been Ubering in and out of DC a lot recently to meet up with friends and almost every time I get into one, the driver always asks me where I’m from. Anyway, they had no reason to question my citizenship or status in America since I was born and raised here in NYC, dressed like a Westerner, and sometimes, even sound like a Valley girl. Most people would not want to admit to that even though it’s true.
It’s cool to connect with someone who looks like you and shares similar values. Even if they are white, I just assume they’re simply curious not because they think I’m not from here simply based on skin tone all the while knowing that I live in a white-majority country.
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The man who uses the Internet handle "Redditredpill" is having difficulty understanding women after going to a nightclub with some friends. 'F--- off, go away, who are you, why should we let you sit with us?
As he tells it, "girls threw themselves at us for a sip of our vodka, to sit with us, to feel wanted." These girls had "no intent on actually getting with [him]": Imagine the reverse. A table of girls, I went over to the girls on other side of club, and said 'Hi, can I get a sip of your champagne? ' Said exactly the same to the [women] that came up to us [...] So a group of single girls on a table allowed some [women] to sit with them, rather then an attractive male, who they didn't know, [who] actually had a table himself [...] Point is, they tried [...] and failed.
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