The consequences of the high expectations of women

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Re: The consequences of the high expectations of women

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While also saying that nobody out of 350 million people ever do this.

But they did, in your brief experience of them, that struck you as noteworthy to mention. Context certainly does matter, and if you're saying that this never happens in your country, but it happened in other countries even if it was an incredibly small amount of people, then regardless of the figures you just presented, that's a clear representation that this is your bias.

If anything by pointing out how trivial and anecdotal your version of events were in the grand scheme of things when it comes to population, it's exposing bias even more.
I understand what you're saying,

But I also stand by that I'm fine with it. Meaning the big picture, I'm fine with it. Meaning I don't find 'most' foreigners asking me invasive questions. But I can still be annoyed at the ones who did. Those two thoughts can be shared and not contradictory to one another.

Am I biased?
I don't think so. Not when I read the definition of the word.
Also @pjhair confirmed this is normal part of his culture, so how would it be bias of me to point these two out?

At same time I don't assume it to be all Indians (or Russians or Romanians) who live here to be this way and ask such questions.
Did those two make a strong impression on me? yes
would I be shocked if it happened again? Probably not but I don't expect it. I'm not holding that expereience against all Indians/russians/romanians who live here.

If I met PJ I seriously doubt he would ask me such a question. Possibly it's because living here he knows it would be inappropriate or perhaps he just naturally has a disposition this is something that wouldn't interest him even if in India ( I assume the later as he doesn't seem curious about this kind of thing in my opinion).
It can also be a class level or education level. these things factor. I don't think all Indians or all Russians or all Romanians are exactly the same as one another.
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Re: The consequences of the high expectations of women

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Am I biased?
I don't think so. Not when I read the definition of the word.
I don't think you are biased. In fact, what you noticed is something very accurate. I also don't think it makes you against multiculturalism.
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Re: The consequences of the high expectations of women

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It's been my observation for a while that people of northern European (particularly WASP) cultures tend to be a lot more guarded and reserved in what they ask of others and in what they share, relative to people of Mediterranean cultures.

Italians, Greeks, Israelis, etc often come off as "louder", but it's just a different norm. I do think that it can easily come off as "rude" to anybody who's not aware of the difference.

I've had this discussion with multiple people. One time, with a French/Spanish woman, she pointed out to me that it felt like a lot of the people in a room, predominantly WASP, came off like they were always wearing a mask. Similarly with an Italian woman who had recently moved to Australia, she asked me "how can we know what they're thinking?" in reference to WASPs not showing their emotions. I think I said that concealing what they're thinking and feeling is part of the point.

Both cultural norms have their pros and cons in my opinion.
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Re: The consequences of the high expectations of women

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It's been my observation for a while that people of northern European (particularly WASP) cultures tend to be a lot more guarded and reserved in what they ask of others and in what they share, relative to people of Mediterranean cultures.

Italians, Greeks, Israelis, etc often come off as "louder", but it's just a different norm. I do think that it can easily come off as "rude" to anybody who's not aware of the difference.

I've had this discussion with multiple people. One time, with a French/Spanish woman, she pointed out to me that it felt like a lot of the people in a room, predominantly WASP, came off like they were always wearing a mask. Similarly with an Italian woman who had recently moved to Australia, she asked me "how can we know what they're thinking?" in reference to WASPs not showing their emotions. I think I said that concealing what they're thinking and feeling is part of the point.

Both cultural norms have their pros and cons in my opinion.

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Re: The consequences of the high expectations of women

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I knew a Bengali guy who liked to offer his opinion on everything, he said that it was a Bengali thing but I suspect that he might have been an extreme.

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People should mind their own damned business and keep their antiquated beliefs out of the way of progress.
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Afro_Vacancy wrote:
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It's been my observation for a while that people of northern European (particularly WASP) cultures tend to be a lot more guarded and reserved in what they ask of others and in what they share, relative to people of Mediterranean cultures.

Italians, Greeks, Israelis, etc often come off as "louder", but it's just a different norm. I do think that it can easily come off as "rude" to anybody who's not aware of the difference.

I've had this discussion with multiple people. One time, with a French/Spanish woman, she pointed out to me that it felt like a lot of the people in a room, predominantly WASP, came off like they were always wearing a mask. Similarly with an Italian woman who had recently moved to Australia, she asked me "how can we know what they're thinking?" in reference to WASPs not showing their emotions. I think I said that concealing what they're thinking and feeling is part of the point.

Both cultural norms have their pros and cons in my opinion.
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Re: The consequences of the high expectations of women

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It's been my observation for a while now that most Jewish people tend to love generalizing about other races, but hate generalizations about themselves and denounce them as "conspiracy theories". They pretend to be white a lot, but always eventually slip up and let their guard down. They come from all sides of the normie political spectrum, but for whatever they may disagree on, even the most-conservative jews all agree that white people have no right to exist or their own homes, but when asked if they feel the same way about Israel, instantly get on the defensive and refuse to answer the question.

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They also tend to show up in a lot of places of power despite trying to convince the goyim that it's "ebil white menz" who run the stuff

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When pointed out that these people are Jewish, Jews usually denounce it as an anti-semitic conspiracy theory, but then admit that no, they really do run the media

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They also rely on the Holocaust™ to get their way on everything, a historical event so real, so undeniably obvious that it happened, that you legally cannot question it.

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Although, it's now admitted, even by Jews themselves, that the whole "they turned us into soap and lampshades" thing was a lie, but I'm sure everything else they tell us was real. Why would they lie?

So yeah, it's been my general observation that Jews are totally upstanding, honest people who don't scheme and want to genocide people at all. Great people, those Jews.

If there is one thing I've learned from my observation and conversations with Jews, it's that

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Re: The consequences of the high expectations of women

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Can we please make this thread a paranoid free zone?
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Re: The consequences of the high expectations of women

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It's funny watching @hairblues shift to the right.
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Re: The consequences of the high expectations of women

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My perception of Jewish people is very positive.

Nearly all the artists I admire are Jewish: Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan, Woody Allen, JD Salinger, and so on

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Re: The consequences of the high expectations of women

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My perception of Jewish people is very positive.

Nearly all the artists I admire are Jewish: Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan, Woody Allen, JD Salinger, and so on
John Wayne was also jewish and he killed all the Native Americans.
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Re: The consequences of the high expectations of women

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blackg wrote:
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It's funny watching @hairblues shift to the right.
It’s funny how you interpet a shift when their isn’t one.

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Re: The consequences of the high expectations of women

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Johnson wrote:
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My perception of Jewish people is very positive.

Nearly all the artists I admire are Jewish: Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan, Woody Allen, JD Salinger, and so on
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