A totally unfair, judgmental, racist position on doing an Elska in the Philippines… with James A
James A was a Yokohama boy who originally came from the Philippines. He was one of a few expats in the Yokohama issue in fact, and the second Filipino boy we’ve met (there was also Rhenz T in our Taipei issue). People often ask when we’ll do an issue in Manila, and while it’s not off the table, I have a totally unfair, judgmental and racist position on doing an Elska in the Philippines…
Why? Almost every day I get a friend request on FB or some message from a Filipino who introduces himself by asking if I’m top or bottom, then says something overly flattering about me, then promises that he’ll do anything I want, and then asks for money. It’s bloody annoying! But there must be a reason for this, a reason why 90% of the time that I encounter such people, they’re from the Philippines. Any queer anthropologists want to help me out?
See more of James A (who didn’t flatter, perve or ask for money) and read his story in Elska Ekstra