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I am very grateful for this discussion. I'm contemplating a move to the Philippines, and while I don't want to sleep around, I would like to know that my odds of finding a wife that can be satisfactory in bed are going to be higher than average. My limited experience with an Asian girl in the past was very bad, but she was an American. Believe it or not, this led me to do "research" on porn sites to observe how Filipinas react in bed, and unfortunately the only examples online were "starfish" women... they acted like corpses. It had me worried I'd be better off alone. So thank you all!!!
It's hit or miss with Filipinas, most have to be properly trained in the bedroom and with that they have to also be open-minded and not brainwashed that it's morally wrong or whatnot from previous influences around them like their church/religion, family, friends, etc. Considering all the ones I've been with in the past a majority were less than interesting in the bedroom.
BTW, update for anyone interested from previous posts I made regarding no sex in the land of plenty (supposedly), still celibate as of now. However, I've been tying this in with various metaphysical religious/spiritual research and practices so that is one main reason I'm able to focus and not get tempted away from my personal spiritual goals in relation to abstaining from sex. It's a personal choice. I don't wish to travel the previous road I was on bouncing around with women. If I do decide to reengage with sex, it'll be with someone who understands my renewed viewpoint about it and is willing to at least practice sex with a more positive spiritual nature to it. That will probably be many years from now i presume...
"The object of life is not to be on the side of the majority but to escape finding oneself in the ranks of the insane." Marcus Aurelius, Roman Emperor and stoic philosopher, 121-180 A.D.