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To my fellow Pinoy males reading this, I can understand if you think it would be a stretch for someone like you or me to date an American girl, and a white girl at that.
But to me, being with Brynn feels like the most natural thing in the world.
If you’ve ever been curious about dating a woman of a different race, or if you’ve recently met someone of another nationality you’d love to get to know, here’s my advice: don’t let yourself get in the way.
It’s so easy to succumb to the stereotypes, notions, and misconceptions you’ve long harbored in your head about foreigners, and that can stop you from going for the woman or man that you deserve. Let your personality, not the color of your skin, stand out.
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Thus, the two Filipina American actresses created ,” centers around two co-workers, Bianca (Leily) and Maya (Padernal), who discover they have more in common than they thought and embark on a journey to find themselves and explore their relationships.And if you didn’t go through it, at least you’re able to watch it.” What you end up watching is two women with different personalities and backgrounds—like Leily and Padernal—encouraging each other to take risks and dig deeper into their identities.“Even though they’re co-workers, it almost feels like a sister relationship,” Leily describes Bianca and Maya’s connection.Most Filipinas (female of "Filipino"), such as myself, tend to wait until our late teens or early 20s to start dating because we've been raised with the belief that family and our studies come first. A Filipino family is bound to own at least one (because different ones have different songs, duh). Guys who showed interest in dating me saw it a challenge when they found out I'm saving myself for marriage.
(It helped that I attended an All Girls Catholic High School so there was very little temptation.) But when I finally started dating my non-Filipino boyfriend, there were a few things he needed to know:1. One cultural value that Filipinos pride themselves on is "close family ties." Filipino families — and generally speaking, most Asian families — are very close. So if you get invited to a party and everyone is drunk and singing, I'm sorry, but you cannot escape the mic. They think they can slowly pressure me and break me down, but Filipinas are raised to believe sex is for someone you intend to spend the rest of your lives with.” Or worse, “Does this girl think I’m the Asian stereotype, uh, down there?” As a member of an often-overlooked minority in the US, it was hard to build up the confidence to go after anyone, especially someone who belonged to a different race. By the time I met Brynn, I had already dated a few women in the States and wasn’t as clueless as I was when I first landed (thank God). (Nothing like a failed relationship in a foreign land to teach you that love and heartbreak are an international ordeal— Like a number of today’s couples, Brynn and I met through that modern facilitator of romance: Tinder. From the start, everything was pretty straightforward between us: I liked her, she liked me, neither of us played games.I moved to New York when I was 14 and desperately tried to find a balance between my culture and the new unfamiliar Western culture.