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Young American woman describes how the sexual market value of a female like herself declines to practically zero when transplanted from her native Ameriskank environment to Japan.
American Woman Complains Of Being Unloved In Japan
Wow, this article really shows that even men in foreign countries want NOTHING to do with western women ....... even if she is good looking! Here are some quotes from the author of her experiences living in Japan.
Cute baristas at Starbucks wouldnâ€™t look at me, business men on bicycles ran over me and college students hurriedly backed away from me with mumbled apologies whenever I tried to strike up a conversation about the weather or ask for directions. They wouldnâ€™t even give me the time of day. Literally.
â€œDo you have any book / drink reccomendatioins?â€ was my usual line as I stood near them in bookstores or sat next to them on barstools. But the â€˜come hitherâ€™ stare or conversation starter doesnâ€™t work if the other person refuses to look at you. If they met my gaze at me at all, it was just to shoot me this panicked look, like Iâ€™d just asked them to father my unborn children. My boss had been right. It was hard to be a single, western woman in Japan. But why?
It was hard not to feel jealous. Especially as I spent weekend after weekend, bravely facing the clubâ€™s dance floor alone while my dorky expat brothers expertly flirted for phone numbers and first dates. They were like kids in a candy store. The Japanese women were gourmet truffles, while the western women were the three-year-old tootsie rolls melted to the bottom of the barrel. The Japanese men might have been frightened of us but the other expat men just flat-out ignored us.
Most days I felt unattractive, unwanted and worst of all, unfemale. When not even a short skirt or slinky top attracted more than a passing glance and even construction workers, who could usually be counted on for a leer, regarded me with bored, blank expressions, I felt like a Martian. And very, very alone.
Now this woman knows what it's like to be a man in America (being ignored, no eye contact, no smiles, no flirting).
Read the comments at the end of the article, lot's of guys comment on why she was "invisible" to men in Japan!
"When I think about the idea of getting involved with an American woman, I don't know if I should laugh .............. or vomit!"
"Trying to meet women in America is like trying to decipher Egyptian hieroglyphics."
I thought I would post this in an effort to help all the expat women in Japan find true and lasting love, meet your new boyfriend. Judging from sales I would say there's a lot of lonely women in Japan.
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-09-1 ... illionaire
It is always fun when the tables are turned. She can act like a twat back home and guys are pining to spend money on her and kiss her butt. She goes overseas and nobody wants to deal with her BS. And she can't see why, but I think unlike many women she now realizes how great she has it in the USA. She learned a lesson, and I'm sure she is now adapting to it just like the men that now go overseas.
I was in the anime/manga hobby for over a decade and knew many Japanphile friends and ex's. One white girl that I knew moved to Japan and got hit on frequently by local Japanese guys. Unfortunately for her, the guys that hit on her tend to be older and she really prefers young Japanese guys with long hair (the rocker type).
The difference between her and another white female expat, is that my friend is a Japanphile who is somewhat fluent in Japanese and has a genuine interest in the Japanese language, culture, and dating Japanese men who look like they could fit in X Japan's lineup.
Tit for tat is a fair game, I wish they these western females could stay much longer overseas and also taste what we men taste on a daily basis in the American dating scene, loneliness. In America, they act like they own the world, overseas they're just another c**t on the block
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