If we think for a moment about the changes that have happened in society over the years, this makes perfect sense: more and more people move to larger cities for their job hunt, losing their social connections in the process.
Long gone are the days in which your elementary school friend or your grandma would hook you up with that cute girl or guy they think is perfect for you.
Their testimonies and official complaints, lawsuits against Pentagon top brass, media reports, Congressional hearings, and an award-winning documentary, The Invisible War, have all forced this issue into the spotlight. President Obama and Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel have both called for a change in military culture.
What’s less encouraging, though, is that the current discussion is too narrowly focused on US military women. I wonder if this is possible given the military’s mission. This means seeing “others” as foreign or less-than-human, even those from allied nations like Japan.
These "beautiful women" were regular company employees (some of whom were not women at all) running a catfish scam colloquially called sakura, collecting the subscription fees as long as they could.
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You're putting all the pressure on the black person.
When I lived in Japan there were a few guys I wanted to date and I asked some guys out and I got rejected. Not everyone is going to like me but I know my blackness was one of the reasons why I was rejected. While I'm glad it seems a lot of women would date black men, and it looks like things have changed since me moving there, I still think it's hard for black people to find love in Japan.