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Sunday, 19 June 2011

Pussy-Nation.

I have met cool Japanese guys.  I make them my friends.  I have a few who could even win a fight with me. And it has to be said there are men at home, who aren't men.  As for 'twinks' who are effeminate, I have no trouble with that.  Finally, individuals are real, and nationalities are abstractions.  And yet: Japan is a nation of pussies.


Coming to that conclusion is because:
- I saw three different men on the Edogawa cycling road today, letting their woman lead into the wind
- men make their women carry more baggage
- the men pluck their eyebrows as much as women back home (trimming vs. plucking is an important distinction)
- men do not get up for women pregnant, with infants, or the infirm
- 20% of the people in the women-only car are men, and nobody will do anything about it
- nobody will do anything about subway-gropers, except Gaijin
- when a driver is mad at me on the road, he honks only if he can flee from my bike
- when a hiker wants to tell me I am camping in the wrong spot, he'll first hike halfway up the next mountain
- they always back down to China and America, or should I say, bend over
- they do not know how to deal with the guy who leaked the Senkaku video, or who ignored orders not to flood the Fukushima reactors (real men)
- they are shit-scared of white women, though want them badly
- they are scared of Japanese women... which makes them wiser than 'Charisma' men

5 comments:

  1. FTFM, indeed. The S.Koreans don't take that crap from China.
    http://hanlonsrzr.blogspot.com/2010/12/memo-to-china-south-korea-aint-japan.html

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  2. I still remember the day when I was following a lovely pair of tanned, well-toned calves peeking out above some nice sexy boots, and was looking forward to taking in what I anticipated to be a well-toned rear end on the upwards course of my lavascious glance, when it slowly dawned on me what I was looking at was a guy. A normal guy, not a cross-dresser or anything, just a "normal" guy "fashionably" dressed. Maybe not typical, certainly not of the people I know personally, but sadly representative.

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    1. You do realize that some of those "men" in the photos are k-pop / korean movie stars, right?

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