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i was just watching YouTube of a recording of a Chinese Taiwan TV show.
then, a guest songstress describes how women are like snow: beautiful, pure, yet fragile, needs protection, etc. If this happened in USA, Americans would freak out. The media would cry out stereotyping. The female singer would get boycotted.
The video is this:
Note: it's not some political remark. She's a singer as a guest in a variety show (mostly a mix of comedy and live singing), and in this particular episode they are singing love songs that have snow/winter in the lyrics/theme. During the chat, the conversation went to snow. In US, such a remark about women being fragile or needs protection would be lol. It'd generate a flurry of protests or boycotts about sexism or stereotype etc fuck.
if you are American, you really should get out more. I mean, like go live in Asia for a while. You get to, really learn different culture.
in US, everyday is justice, rights, obsessions, everywhere, in every TV show, every movie. You grew up with it. I think US is like that perhaps because they (counting me as a citizen) have been the world's greatest aggressor for a number of decades. It has psychological roots.
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while watching ♥ yesterday, 2 hot chicks fing their brains out with a guy POV style [Xah's Edu Corner: POV = Point Of View. In the INDUSTRY, it means the guy fing is also the guy shooting (pun!), holding the cam on his hand], then the guy asked the chicks how old are they. One is 20, the other is also 20. Then the guy murmured: “i'm more than u 2 put together.”. Then, i thought to myself, that applies to me too.
LOL. filed under #funny. While this was funny, i felt indignant!
if u want to see it, it's 〔www.you♥.com/watch/364701/〕
replace all ♥ by you know what.
the remarked happened at 4:48.
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