Shouldn't it be the other way around - men should be upset or shocked, not women. We simply had to go together to a certain place to get the project done, that's all. They looked so shocked looking at us - giving stupid smiles sometimes.
Still, people must have made the assumption, or why would they act like they're surprised to see ths odd couple? When I lived in Australia I never experienced such discriminatory stares; I was dating a Caucasian (and I'm Asian). I admit I am not good looking, typical South Asian look, nothing more.
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I admit I am not good looking, typical South Asian look, nothing more. Also my question is, even under such assumption shouldn't it be men who should do that (like, hey this immigrant So B is stealing our girls etc.). First of all, I am partcpating here so western society can provide a better idea.
But why would women be upset when the men on teh street were okay with it? I am just confused by this dating nonsense, even though in my case it wasnt even a real date. Second, when in australia I went out with just one girl (not even a date, just an acquintance, part of university project, nothing romantic or sexual), and the look I got from the women on the streets was simply baffling.
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