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1st generation foreign women are not a bad option

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1st generation foreign women are not a bad option

Post by sentinel89 » December 8th, 2015, 5:55 pm

Some guys here say "don't bring a girl back to the U.S.! She'll become westernized in 2 weeks and take you to the cleaners!" This is simply not true most of the time. I have met 1st generation foreign women who have been in the U.S. for 10+ years and still maintain their cultural roots. They're still sweet and feminine. They still want to get married and have children. They aren't hostile to men. They don't give a damn about the Kardashians or MTV. Keep in mind, western women have been propagandized with western garbage media and feminism for their entire lives.

Of course, you'll most likely find 1st generation foreign women in major metropolitan areas like NYC, Chicago, and LA. If you aren't near a major city, this is probably not an option for you. But for those who are stuck in the U.S. and do live near a major city with large foreign communities, I encourage you to give it a shot.

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