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The moment you land in Phnom Penh you’ll see the dark side. Shady men with catalogues approach you on every corner. Cambodian girls speak better English than Thai women. Yes, that’s smaller than Thailand, Vietnam and the Philippines, but that doesn’t mean that there are no beautiful women among these 15 million people.
I don’t know why, but most girls I talked with online and in Phnom Penh could actually talk to me. There are a lot of beautiful girls and many of them are single.
Their French friend is there too and he is quite drunk and happy to be entertaining everybody. ” Don looks at me, exhales patiently, and explains that in Cambodian culture, chatting up girls is not really a thing. They get more smart.” He explains that he thought the Khmer Rouge made people “stupid” by limiting their worldview.
Halfway into my drink I work up the nerve to ask Don if I can interview him about dating in Cambodia and he agrees albeit hesitantly. But, he says that it has changed a bit since when he was young. I ask if you can be gay in Cambodia and he says, “Oof, yeah, it’s really hard. It’s not…” He looks up, searching for a word, “polite.” He says it’s not widely accepted in Cambodia and that he’d even seen gay boys “smashed in the face” for being gay. ” Seizing the moment, and Don’s long wild hair in his hands the Drunk Frenchman informs me, “Hey!