In some cultures, people felt ashamed to put on clothes, or if they dressed at all, they would go to the middle of the house in plain view instead of the far corner (where it would draw more attention to the act of changing).
Au contraire, at 24-hr fitness, I notice most of the corner lockers are taken.
In the slump of Calcutta, people have to make do with limited water supplies (10 times less per person than in the West), hence, bathing with their clothes on in public.
When you cross that invisible line between the cultures (East-West, in this case), you move toward individualism. Second-generation AsianAmerican, the I generation, wants nothing to do with their parent’s past i.e. collective living, sharing with siblings or vertical integration with grandparent generations .
I kept hearing that soldiers in the Middle East who defected to neighboring countries’ refugee camps, said they…
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