《吕西斯忒拉忒》在哪里？尚未大无畏的台湾女性 - 第六章
Some years back, I was teaching a woman who had a master’s degree in counseling and who served as a counselor at a renowned Taiwanese university. Her lesbian daughter had finally come out of the closet to her. Frantic, the mother sought out studies that suggested non-genetic bases for homosexuality. And she began arranging blind dates with guys for her daughter, which the daughter complained to me about. When I asked the woman why she refused to accept the fact, she replied, “You don’t understand a mother’s love.”
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'Idol/Idle girls' pop group: 'Similarity breeds contempt'….or was that 'familiarity'?
In China itself, individualism is a somewhat unnecessary luxury for most people, it can even be something that causes a great many problems in many forms of relationships, no matter familial, personal or career related.
An example which I have heard from Chinese males
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在中国的卖淫 - 第一章
Welcoming pink lights of barbershops
This kind of venues you can find in any big city of China. Located near a train or subway station they can be recognized by characteristic pink lighting, a sign in English saying “massage” and several scantily dressed and visibly bored girls sitting inside.
Though often presented as barber
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In the eyes of most of the world, I am solely a Chinese girl.
“Where are you from” is a common conversation starter with random strangers, who, when I give them a true, but unsatisfactory answer, shake their heads and say “no, where are you REALLY from?” Sometimes, they skip this question all together and
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《吕西斯忒拉忒》在哪里？尚未大无畏的台湾女性 - 第五章
Princesses Eternal or Extinction Burst? Let me begin Part V by partly correcting a point stressed in Part IV: that young Taiwanese women contract princess disease foremost from older women. I said that they especially got it from instruction from female teachers – that mostly PD is a reaction to being over-controlled and to being socialized into “feminine” roles. Columnist Dave at YFFM, however, in an upcoming article there, says that family female elders, not teachers, are the chief inculcators. He suggests that PD is taught mostly by family
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