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    Asian Countries are the Most Feminized

    In continuation of this previous thread: https://www.goingyourownway.com/mgto...ighting-13391/

    Asian countries like Korea, Japan, and China are more romantic and feminized than Western countries and this has to do with the prevalence of the 5-HTTLPR gene among Asians which elevates serotonin, and this in turn elevates cortisol which lowers testosterone and causes a collectivist mindset that induces an intense desire for romantic relationships: feminizing the men and lowering their intelligence, creativity, and individualism by damaging the pre-frontal cortex, hippocampus, amygdala, and cerebellum which stunts decision making, concentration, memory, learning, impulse control, creativity, and motor skills, respectively.

    In the West, Valentine's Day is the only romantic holiday but in Japan they also celebrate White Day and Tanabata along with Valentine's while the Chinese celebrate the Qixi Festival also in addition to Valentine's Day.

    The Koreans are the most romantic because they celebrate Valentine's and the 2 Japanese holidays in addition to celebrating their own local romantic holiday called Chilseok and making every 14th of the month a romantic holiday, giving them 14 romantic holidays in total.

    The Korean males are also vain and use plenty of makeup, cosmetics, and plastic surgery, making them the most feminized males in the world.

    The Asians are also the ones who introduced romantic holidays because the Qixi Festival in China and Chilseok in Korea has been celebrated since the 200s BCE, while Tanabata has been celebrated in Japan since 755.

    While Valentine's Day was originally called the Feast of Saint Valentine's and was originally a religious holiday which was not about romance but was a commemoration of Saint Valentine, a Christian martyr.

    Even today, Christian denominations still officially classify Valentine's Day as the Feast of Saint Valentine's and celebrate it as a commemoration of the Saint's Martyrdom as opposed to a romantic holiday.

    The Feast of Saint Valentine's was only turned into a romantic holiday in the 1400s because during the Renaissance, increased trade and contact with Asians such as the Persians, Chinese, Japanese, and Koreans caused the originally Eastern notions of courtly love to spread to the West which caused the Westerners to inaccurately convert the Feast of Saint Valentine's into a romantic holiday despite it being a religious holiday.

    Interestingly, the 1400s was also the time when religious conservatism started to decline in the West and people started becoming increasingly liberal and romantic, culminating in the publishing of the Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx in 1848.

    The Soviet NKVD deputy Yakov Agranov even introduced sexpionage in the 1920s for their spies to use romance as a tool to manipulate their enemies into disclosing state secrets crucial to national security.

    Agranov later created a school named the Lenin Technical School to teach sexpionage and the school was opened in 1931 by Vyacheslav Menzhinsky, who was the head of the Joint State Political Directorate.

    Sources:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_Day
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tanabata
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qixi_Festival
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chilseok
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valentine%27s_Day

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sexpio...et_and_Russian

    A quote from the article: https://listverse.com/2013/09/06/10-...t-south-korea/

    Valentine’s Day is popular across the world, but in South Korea, it has a little twist. Unlike most countries where guys have to worry about flowers, candies, and cards, Valentine’s in Korea is all about the men. This is a day where women show the love by giving chocolates and gifts to their husbands/boyfriends. Of course, everything changes on March 14. Known as White Day, this is the holiday where men buy gifts for the girls, but there’s a catch: A guy is supposed to spend three times the amount of the gift he received on Valentine’s. And, as you might have guessed, the gifts are often in the color white.


    However, these aren’t the only lovey-dovey days in South Korea. In fact, the 14th day of every month is a romantically themed holiday, or at least a day for reminding singles how unlucky they are. Some of these, like Kiss Day (June) and Hug Day (December) are pretty self-explanatory. January 14 is Diary Day, when couples and friends give each other blank diaries. The sappiness of Photo Day (September), when couples take photos of each other, is rivaled only by Yellow Day/Rose Day (May), when lovers dress in yellow and give each other, yep, roses. The saddest day of all is April 14, depressingly known as Black Day. This is when singles mourn their lack of love by eating “jajyangmyeon,” which are sticky, black noodles, all the while hoping to meet someone special before the next romantic holiday rolls around.
    South Korean men are obsessed with cosmetics. It turns out that South Korean men are spending close to $900 million a year on makeup. BB cream foundation is the product of choice, but facial cleansers, anti-ageing moisturizes, and eye creams are also extremely popular. There are even TV shows dedicated to the subject of the manly makeover. Up to 20 percent of the male population, known as the grooming tribe, use makeup regularly, but it’s not so much about fashion as it is business. The South Korean job market is extremely competitive, and wearing makeup is all part of the game. These guys want to make good impressions in their job interviews by hiding their blemishes and looking like celebrities. It looks like in Korea, makeup really does make the man.
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    Re: Asian Countries are the Most Feminized

    Romantic illusion is not so harmful if you live in a truly patriarchal culture. The biggest problem is not their innate romanticism, but their western influence, western manginise The male/female relationship was good in Japan before World War II, when their constitution became the most progressive at the time. Even today, morons believes that the US was nice to Japan. You have to be very brainlet to believe that.
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    Re: Asian Countries are the Most Feminized

    The Japanese in WWII saw us as an invading army of giants.

    If you ever saw one of them driving a 1974 Lincoln Continental, all you'll see from behind are two hands on the steering wheel!

    When they visit our amusement parks, they can't go on half the rids!

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    Re: Asian Countries are the Most Feminized

    Quote Originally Posted by McDudeski McGee View Post
    In the West, Romantic love is something relatively recent. In the 1700s marriage was a pragmatic arrangement.

    During the capital-R Romantic period, something begins to happen.
    The Romantic Movement was never about love, it was about apprehension, angst, tension, terror, horror, awe, suspense, the sublime, the fear of nature, industrialization, and mad scientists, and this was intellectually sophisticated, but all this changed from the 1850's to the present, when Romanticist art was replaced with Sentimental and Realist art.

    Sentimental art, with all its sappy messages about idealized love, relationships and marriages based on intense emotions as opposed to practical and logical concerns, peace, altruism, self-sacrifice, white knighting, placing women on a pedestal, and the stupid delusion of empowering women, making them equal, if not, superior to men, and Realist art which promotes the idea of placing the working class on a pedestal, equality, and the reverence for the mundane, average, mediocre and ordinary both had their roots in leftist ideology and occurred right after the publication of the Communist Manifesto.

    This was also the time that the word romantic became associated with love rather than horror and the movement was co-opted by libtards in much the same way that the Feast of Saint Valentine's, originally a religious commemoration holiday, was turned into a romantic holiday by Westerners who picked up the idea of romantic holidays from Asians during the Renaissance.

    The Communists deliberately promoted these ideas to reduce people's intelligence and make them emotional and irrational so that they would not question Communist ideology, such propaganda is termed Anti-Intellectualism.

    A quote from an article on Romanticism: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romanticism

    The movement emphasized intense emotion as an authentic source of aesthetic experience, placing new emphasis on such emotions as fear, horror and terror, and awe — especially that experienced in confronting the new aesthetic categories of the sublime.
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    Re: Asian Countries are the Most Feminized

    And yet South Korea and Japan have large amounts of men opting out altogether. Go figure.

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    Re: Asian Countries are the Most Feminized

    Quote Originally Posted by N567 View Post
    The Romantic Movement was never about love, it was about apprehension, angst, tension, terror, horror, awe, suspense, the sublime, the fear of nature, industrialization, and mad scientists, and this was intellectually sophisticated, but all this changed from the 1850's to the present, when Romanticist art was replaced with Sentimental and Realist art.
    For romantic in that old sense, check out certain genres of Heavy Metal music - Nightwish being one of the better known ones.

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    Re: Asian Countries are the Most Feminized

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Wombat View Post
    For romantic in that old sense, check out certain genres of Heavy Metal music - Nightwish being one of the better known ones.
    I love metal. Among them being Slayer, Cannibal Corpse, Amon Amarth, Six feet Under, Meshuggah, etc.
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