Femininity is punished in America, and all those women who step inside its borders will transform, ever so gradually, to men.
The sad part is that this effect is only partly reversible.
On the contrary, I insist to be treated in a certain way, and I think I deserve it. Only when I got to EE have I begun opening doors for women and helping them put on their coats.
You cannot have a man walking next to me and I’m carrying something heavy, and he comes and asks me to carry it and I would say, “No, I’ll carry it, because you know, I wanna show you that I’m as strong as you.” Give me a break! He is three hundred pounds more than me, he has muscles… If I did this in America I’d be deemed a weak man not worthy of sex, but in EE this is a prerequisite to getting sex. Giving compliments to EE girls (even generic ones like “You have a nice smile”) go a long way into winning their hearts and vaginas: In America, a compliment is sexual harassment. You can’t say nice things about her hair, face, or clothing.
But wait, there’s more: Because people behave in a gender-neutral way in most public interactions in America, East European women feel that part of their feminine identity is invisible or has to be hidden.
They dress is a more informal and less feminine way when they are with Americans, because when they do dress and behave “like an East European women,” other around them seem intimidated and interact with them less.
Previously I have written how Western culture—particularly American—is toxic to women, causing them to be more masculine.
I have stumbled on a research paper written a few years ago that matches my conclusions.
I have claimed that foreign women will become less sensual and feminine after living in the United States.
The paper confirms this: As a result the women become cautious around American men and avoid the use of touch during conversation with men entirely…