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The difference becomes even more evident when you look at academic degrees and licensed professionals. They don’t go there to host cry-ins or to complain about the evil patriarchy while sobbing in their safe space. These women are beautiful, educated and by the feminist agenda.
56.2% of holders of academic degrees and 63.7% of licensed professionals are women (all statistics can be looked up here). No, they actually go to college to learn something and to become educated members of society. In other words, they don’t think that getting wasted and teaching men lessons with false rape accusations is fun, hip and progressive.
Have a look at them and On the one side of this world are the poor people in the slums of the Smokey Mountains.
The chance that you’ll ever meet a girl who was born and raised in such an area is vanishingly low.
They actually respect men, value family above everything and dream about marriage.The Philippines is a country in South East Asia.
And no, the college girls are not the only ones who speak English. I mean, you can of course date a nagging Western woman who complains about God and the world, but if , you’ll feel at home in the Philippines. If you, however, hang out on college campuses or at the Cebu IT Park, your chances to meet an educated woman with an IQ above 100 is quite high.
Just don’t marry one of these girls and then write a comment below in which you complain that all Filipina women are gold-digging whores. Before you marry a Filipina bar girl who has all kinds of psychological issues from years of abuse, you should think about the They are not always college girls, but in most cases they are.
Or let’s say they are educated enough to know a couple of things about the Western culture.
She has no chance to join one of the Filipina online dating sites. On the other side of this world are the Filipinos who are richer than 99% of the population and probably richer than you and I.
They live in the Forbes Park in Makati and Beverly Hills in Cebu City.
It might sound weird, but I’m still friends with her…and at a run-down shop in the city center of Cebu.