Superstars in East


As they walk around, heads turn, wherever they go it appears they are being hounded by paparazzi. Cars, buses, locals stop going about their business and stare at this species. Western foreigners know what’s it like to be in this environment, as described in this blog.

First of they are physically so different, they are extremely tall compared to the average height of south asians, an Anglo woman is of the same height if not taller than most guys here, they obviously tower over the local women here. Their blonde hair with fair creamy skin makes them ‘glow’ in the sunlight, so people notice them in contrast to the surroundings they are in.

Most locals easily hit on foreigners, this is due to ‘sexual novelty’; homo sapiens are one of the most sexual novelty creatures, and no doubt they mated with ‘Neanderthals’ it’s gene passed on to Anglo-Saxon people. Interbreeding with different races is nothing new, it has happened thousands of years ago, and will continue to happen, the difference is the rate of changing demographics is really quick.

rocking in a saree

In a globalized world, trade and commerce are bringing people ever closer to one another. Most multinational companies are expanding to different corners of the globe, and this leads to more interbreeding between different races. Having a foreign spouse is like status symbol, especially if the partner is white. In India, due to caste structure, upper class people prefer fair skin partners, and having a foreigner is an achievement.

For foreigners this is like a totally different experience, ordinary in their own country, they feel extraordinary when abroad. Physiologically opposites do attract, the issue here is the culture and mentality, people from two different cultures may clash, but being a superstar is fun.


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