But wow, I have seen some stuff…. Well, sorry to hear about the checkbook thing. I am a Chinese girl, I can say I never asked my ex British for money or ask him to get me anything.
What I wanted was a little more attention when he is not at work, not with his son. BUT, we still broke up, because he thought I was jealous about his son. It is just difficult to find one who really cares. Generalization is a huge problem in this article. How many Chinese girls has this author dated if any? Who is to judge the morality of Chinese women? Please be respectful to others, well… that is, if you want others to respect you.
If not, no one has anything to say about it. Sorry, I think the article was missread.
It is to say when meeting a normal girl, do not rush. Otherwise u wl know where you are. As a Chinese girl, I find this article not only offensive but ignorant and untrue. Any girl of any race chooses her own values and morals and using the opinions of two people to generalize an entire race of women is unfair and unprofessional. Concluding more than a half billion women to share exact same characteristic seems irresponsible.
Although the Constitution states that Chinese citizens are entitled to rights, including freedom of speech, freedom of the press, and the right to be given a fair trial, this is not actually the case. So guys, be patient when dating a Chinese girl: Move over unless u have sex 1st latest 2nd date. But in the Chinese dating culture, the man has to make the most effort and women are to follow the lead. Register for free and start dating today!
It is obvious that the author of this artical is irrational since he has made a serious logical fallacy as overgeneralization. Surely this is subject matter more appropriate for illicit circulation by groups of wayward and hard-up men with a reductive view of the role women can play in their lives than it is for the college newspaper! Shame on the Pio for commissioning such a piece!
Secondly, it is irresponsible and downright essentialist to suggest that all Chinese women share exactly the same attitudes to men, morality and money. Such generalizations are unhelpful, orientalist and just a wee bit racist. Thirdly, the tacit claim of this piece is that Chinese women are unusually concerned about their virtue and being depicted as whores, AND that if men spend a little money on these women, they will, in fact give it up.
So ultimately, the claim is that Chinese women all 0. This is an unacceptable and unacceptably sexist and racist claim. I know that Whitman students are smarter and more culturally savvy than this. Also, what about those couples in China who cannot afford the luxury of time and material wealth to go on these shopping safaris? Do they never have sex? Or do they just not constitute as a typical Chinese couple? I do not see how the argument benefits from the discussion of the role of shopping and money to dating practices, even if it were written with more finesse.
The idea for this article is fundamentally regressive and offensive. I question how it was approved at the beginning of the production process. This article is a disappointment and an embarrassment to the college. There are several things I would like to say regarding this article. In my opinion, the Pioneer does NOT deserve respect of students, especially after publishing this article. I cannot believe something like this would happen on the Whitman campus. Now to the author, I also noticed that this article has been altered during the week, WHY? We, the people of Whitman College, deserve an apology from you, and the Pio.
A student-run newspaper should protect its student, a student-run newspaper should have ethics. Obviously you DONT have either. Concerned commenters, Thank you for your input on this column. The final paragraph of the article was indeed altered by the Editor-in-Chief on Oct. We have updated the article to recognize this. Columns in The Pioneer reflect solely the opinion of the author. Opinions expressed in columns do not reflect the policies or opinion of the paper as a whole.
I wonder what the author said to the opinion editor during the production process? Because literally, I cannot imagine a justifiable rationale for this article, as it is written. Obviously, the author wrote it alone I hope but what about the editing process? While a paper that publishes an opinion piece does not off course endorse all of its content, the paper presumably thinks at the very minimum, that the opinion piece in question deserves to be published and for what end?
For the purpose of contributing to public discussion…Well, so what discourse could the Pioneer possibly thought that this opinion piece was contributing towards? How to contribute to an already long laundry list of stereotypes about Chinese women and Chinese men and their sexuality? Well, in some ways, this may be the best non-example for the above that I hope can serve as a educational warning to future writers.
Be self-aware about how others will receive your prose. While the opinions may be those of the author in question, choosing to publish this piece at all legitimizes a point of view which reduces half a billion women to a series of unflattering and inaccurate stereotypes. I hope that in the future, opinion columns will reflect better on the Pio. Seems to me free speech is only alive and well if it is politically correct, and not confirming some aspects of a controversial topic.
The women would act just fine to it! Trust me, I know. They are not American women. This error was happening consistently through Oct. I would highly encourage you to try resubmitting it, if you so wish. Hopefully this time it will work. Best, Sara Rasmussen Web editor. In response to Sam Reeves: I think that generalising something the norm in the west. We all know everyone is different, of course!
objectifcoaching.com/components/journal/rencontre-slave-russe.php I have a Chinese girlfriend. But China is changing.
Now it is slowly changing. To go out with a boy or girl without your parents permission was very bad. Homosexual acts were illegal until the mid-sixties.