My piece last week was well-read, receiving quite a number of responses.No, not all of them praised Turkish men, but many did. ) Here is a selection of readers’ mails and tweets. The most hostile one on Twitter was from Nick A.: “Turkish columnists somehow manage the impossible – to write worse than Canadian ones.” He also asked his followers to “Prepare to laugh/cry/vomit...” because he did all three.
You can’t help but look at it.” Then we have Carolina Z., a Colombian woman married to a Turkish man: “As Latino women, we are used to being the center of attention. Unfortunately the romanticism of the Mexican telenovelas makes us think in that stupid way – as if you could pay your bills with love. We know we have to buy our own stuff, get our degree, work and buy a house and a car. However, it works well in Latin America, but we are here!of her and her Turkish fiancé’s relationship: “I really didn’t know what I was getting myself into by dating him. I was also head over heels for him, incandescently and hopelessly in love with him.Maybe that’s why so many Turkish men date foreign women because they can charm them up much more easily than Turkish women who already know what they are all about.” Jessica’s Turkish fiancé can’t stop comparing her to Turkish women: “I am American and no matter what I do, I will never be able to cook or clean like the Turkish women do.Can’t a girl here write her genuine thoughts and feelings without being blamed by her hormones or her relationship status? Ethnic stereotypes and sexism are all utilized by @belginakaltan to somehow advocate for Turkish women.My hormones and my Turkish men are none of your business. Ali Cem İlhan said they were generalizations verging on the borders of racism. said it was a desperate scream of a pathetic Turkish journalist.