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| 2 mo ago
In Japanese culture, not fitting into your place in society is considered anti-social. They place a lot more importance on the group over the individual - hence the emphasis on conformity, the hiding of your true emotions, the insane work culture, etc. Their idea of the "welfare of society" is a lot different than that in the west.
It has its benefits, of course. Japan is probably the cleanest place in the world. There's a lot less crime. I've rarely met a Japanese person who was less than polite to strangers. But for those that don't fit in or can't keep up with the expectations of society, well... there's a reason Japan has such a high suicide rate.
| 1 year ago
*non-social not anti-social. God that bugs me. Non-social means not interacting with society, being a recluse. Anti-social means committing crimes or moral failings, things that go against the welfare of society: lying, thieving, killing, raping, all are anti social behavior.
| 1 year ago
@SSS26032002 Umm ... Hermes isn't a German god. He's a Greco-Roman deity. Those gods were infamous for fucking anything with a pulse and somethings without. Gender didn't really matter to them, if they thought it was hot they'd bang it, one way or another.
| 2 years ago
Last time I checked german mythology Hermes wasn't gay... hmm....
Last edited 1 year ago by SSS26032002.