Between watching online porn, usually involving Japanese school girls, and playing Quake 3 Arena, sometimes I’d post on forums.
I’d browse video game forums, digg, 4chan, and many others — one thing I’d hear from time to time is that Fast forward to my first time actually going to Asia, and this “it’s easy for white guys” mantra was even said by the manager (a Japanese man) of the guest house I was going to be living in. He basically said, Two of my friends were tall, good looking and fit guys — like with abs and everything. After each night we’d all hang out in the “common room” at our guest house and talk about our night, and this was really fun because it was like a mastermind group. I was having fun and did meet a lot of awesome girls.
If you’re not a white guy, then your opinion on how people respond to “white guys” can only be that of a spectator.
To make an analogy, imagine you heard people say over and over, “Waitresses at Denny’s restaurants hate black guys.” Now ask yourself whose opinion on this would matter: An individual waitress who works at one Denny’s, a random customer who’s gone to Denny’s a few times, or a black guy who’s gone to Denny’s twice a day everyday for three years straight in every state in the entire country?
Most of this shame comes from sexually frustrated men who take out their inner sadness on women by shaming them.