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This post specifically refers to our experience in a small town in South Korea, not in Seoul, where many of these observations don’t apply.Shutterstock For some Black women, going on a date with a White man can be extremely nerve-wracking, especially if it’s their first time dating a white man. ” Well, in this case your best bet is to go into the date thinking that he’s just a normal guy, regardless of his race.Balancing out the mostly R-rated teen-sex comedies were some of writer-producer-director John Hughes' films which took a more sensitive look at adolescent issues, in films such as Sixteen Candles (1984), The Breakfast Club (1985), and Pretty in Pink (1986). As he pedaled over to her house, he daydreamed about having sex with her once he arrived - she removed her top in front of him and purred: "There's something I want to show you." When she greeted him at the door, she said: "I thought you'd never get here.Other more realistic teenage-oriented films included Tex (1982) with Matt Dillon, Baby, It's You (1983) with Rosanna Arquette, and director Martha Coolidge's Valley Girl (1983) with Nicolas Cage and Deborah Foreman. You don't know how long I've waited for this moment." After unzipping his fly, she told him: "There's another thing I've been dying to do." Unfortunately, it was all an imaginary fantasy in his head.Image Source: Generally speaking, it’s not a good idea to get into a deep discussion about politics on a first date, but for some reason, White men will sometimes want to know what you think about certain popular issues concerning African Americans.Don’t take this the wrong way, it’s not that I mind discussing it, but I just feel like these issues shouldn’t be the first things you think of when we go for a first date.The point is, stop trying to prove to me that you’re “down” with whatever.
Miss Universe Japan Ariana Miyamoto is reflected on mirrors as she works out at a gym in Tokyo on April 1.As many of you will know, Matt and I lived in Korea for a year, and blogged about it pretty extensively.At the risk of offending someone, I usually shied away from being too negative about any of our experiences.We enjoyed our time in Korea, truly, and we have a ton of blog posts to prove it.But now that there’s some space between us and Korea, both physically and emotionally, I feel like there are some negative aspects about life in Korea that I want to be blunt about.