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How to be a Japanese Woman

成人の日 Seijin no Hi



( photo credits go to dilbit) Having the courage to be who you want to be; having the courage to fuck your own men, even if it's me sometimes, just for good measure. Having the courage to choose what you want in life; having the courage to be all you can be is my prayer for today's Japanese girls 2014.
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[what I'm listening to while writing]Tasogare Highway High (Bass Wanna Be a Singer) by DJ KENTARO
Today is an historical event which marks the coming of age for millions of young Japanese females across Japan. In this country, 20 years of age marks the beginning of adulthood, the second Monday of every January. On this day, you can see thousands of beautiful kimono clad Japanese women walking around with family and friends. Some are snapping up photos with Mickey at Disneyland, the most ridiculous appellation of cute, cool, and chic. The legal drinking age in Japan is 20, yet no sake brewery to my knowledge will sponsor an event promoting nihonshu....Instead these newly christened adults will head to their local pubs to, and for the first time legally, drink down cheap watered down cocktails laden with sugar and all sorts of unnatural stuff, while further alienating them from the knowledge of their own national drink, and all while foreigners continuously invent and reinvent the sake drinking experience day after day, all over the world. Moreover, these young Japanese women will get drunk and taken advantage of by young Japanese boys because they know that these girls become vulnerable from all the attention they'll be receiving, some for the first time in their lives.
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Becoming a Japanese woman is in stages. First, there's the Menarche stage, which by far is the most important stage to becoming a Japanese woman. She has to learn that her own body is a shrine and from it the whole nation was born. She will become a lover and mother someday. Hopefully she can learn to love her own men, and not white and korean men. And, that she will procreate in order to save her race, face and nation from extinction. Japanese man + Japanese woman = Japanese, only.
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I pray to the gods that young Japanese women of 2011 will learn their own history and travel around their own country first before spending millions of yen traveling to other countries. That they will learn how to be "Japanese" in soul first and foremost before being white/black or anybody or anything lesser.
[As I write this I am listening to]
Skinny is neither beautiful nor cute. Having no breast and no ass is not cute. Having a skin complex and an inferiority complex is not cute. Cute is not even cute! Stop being so goddam Euro-trashy with all of your gaudy make-up and piss for perfume. Stop being so American slutty and cheap and selfish.
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Remedy:


1) Visit Yasukuni Shrine 2) Drink good nihonshu 3) Accept free speech as a right of the people even if it comes from the Right Wing. 4) Learn English 5) Running and weight training 6) Eating more 7) Appreciating the virtues of "Wabi-Sabi"

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