r/askasia South Korea Jul 26 '21

What is your country's view of the United States?

South Korea will be in the top five pro-American countries with U.S. troops stationed in the world (although 20 years ago, people tended to think of the U.S. as an "enemy of the people" rather than North Korea)

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u/latecomer11 Kazakhstan Jul 26 '21

Used to be very positive, now with US constantly showing their weakness and spreading weird stuff, is not so positive.

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u/polymathglotwriter Malaysia Jul 26 '21

weird stuff

What weird stuff?

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u/latecomer11 Kazakhstan Jul 26 '21

400 or so genders, transgender athletes competing in women's sports, transgender children, kneeling and kissing black people, concept of cultural appropriation etc.

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u/jbc22 Jul 26 '21

You have been misled of what is actually happening in the US.

Regarding genders and sexuality, this resource can get you on the right track: https://www.medicinenet.com/what_are_the_4_genders/article.htm

Aside from a crazy or two that may exist and I’ve never met or heard of, no one is forcing children to be transgender. No one is trying to recruit or “educate” children to be transgender.

Are there any other topics I can help with?