Picture Print Cite

Picture Print Cite

The word photo bride describes a training into the very early 20th century by immigrant employees who married ladies in the suggestion of the matchmaker whom exchanged photographs involving the potential groom and bride. Arranged marriages are not uncommon in Japan and originated from the class that is warrior of belated Tokugawa duration (1603-1868). Both women and men had various motivations for marrying or becoming a photo bride and despite these distinctions, these picture brides, or shashin hanayome, had been critical to your establishment associated with the Japanese community in both Hawai’i and America. Continue reading Picture Print Cite

Some great benefits of Not Being truly a “We”

Some great benefits of Not Being truly a “We”

From the desk (& bed) of Slutever’s Karley Sciortino

Myself, the only difference between Sunday and every other day is that on Sundays you can’t get a table at brunch when you’re a freelance writer like. We frequently don’t even realize until I wander into my favorite local cafe around 2 p.m., only to find it heaving with families, groups of girlfriends and couples that it’s Sunday. After which I’m reminded that it is the weekend, and I’m solitary. Continue reading Some great benefits of Not Being truly a “We”