Hellou, 5 am and I feel like sharing.
First of all, one of the reasons for why I hate Sweden the way I do is because it doesn´t accept diversity, anything that sticks out has to be questioned. But the questions themselves aren´t enough, the rest of the night will be spent “making up” for the stupid things that were said in the first place.
I´ve lived my entire life being questioned for sticking out, for reasons you´ll never know. The most common question being, “Are you gay?”, the question itself is something that I can handle, I´ve heard it all my life so what the hell, but no matter how many times I say no, people always has to stick to some kind of guilt, so they keep bringing it up no matter what I say. I´ve ended more than enough of potential friendships due to such stupid actions. Where people has to assure you that they´re sorry for asking, even though no matter what the answer were it´d be okay. Probably not in their eyes, else they wouldn´t have asked in the first place.
You might wonder why I focus on Sweden but the truth is that ever since coming to Japan, the only ones who has acted that way were Swedish, and tonight were no different. And I have more than enough experience of it from back in Sweden as well.
Apart from all of that, the night was actually really good, spent the night there with a woman who Ive met several times. So even though it could have been better, it wasnt all bad.