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Every culture has a set of “desirable” feminine traits it prescribes for women, and Taiwan is no different.
Here, being feminine means being fragile, delicate, and child-like to a point beyond what would be considered normal in the West.
Numerous factors account for this, many of which I don’t fully understand myself.
But I suspect the perceived higher social status of Western women and the big, black omnipresent beast that is Chinese patriarchy both play a role.
According to traditional Chinese customs, a married woman has to move from her parent’s house to that of her husband’s parents, where she is expected to perform a subservient role in her husband’s family.
A growing awareness of women’s rights in Taiwan has brought about the end to some harmful laws that enforced this traditional family structure, such as guaranteed child custody rights for the father in case of divorce.
Women in Chinese societies occupy a lower social status than men, and unfortunately this is still evident in the way that families are structured in Taiwan.
This dynamic isn’t unique to Taiwan, but it’s a reality that’s hard to ignore on an island this small.
So rare are sightings of Western female/Asian male couples in Taiwan that spotting one walking hand in hand is enough to make one’s head turn.
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