• I am reassured for her mental health to be able to forgive him and be at peace with this. Personally, I would not be able to do it. Especially, this quickly and knowing that this wasn't a one time incident, but likely has been going on for some time. But I am not in her situation and have not experienced their history together. I did cringe about misusing religion to forgive him. It is unlikely to be the sole reason, but if it were the main reason, it sheds light on how problematic religion can be interpreted. There are a lot of good aspects to religion, but when it is enforced this way, one can't help but be uncomfortable with the misogynistic aspect. This is used to keep women dominated, making them have to forgive transgressions that no man would forgive.
  • @jjwong Huh? As a woman, I have never automatically assumed another person is interested in me. I haven't come across that socially or even seen it in the media. I have never heard women joke that because someone is a lesbian, they need to watch out personally. I think you are confusing the very real danger of women being at risk for sexual harassment and assault with thinking people are interested in them. That type of interest is not about desirability, but about domination.
  • @potatochip I know but still she shouldn’t get involved with a married man especially she’s in a relationship it’s not like she’s single or Andy is single. They’re both wrong big time!
  • @potatochip ...women think everyone (men, women, gay, les, bi, etc) is interested in them at least 80%, if not 99%, of the time. So why not men think other men are into them? It's human nature to believe we're "desired."
  • If it weren't for the painful memories, Andy should be the one moving out, not Sammi. I hope she has good support.
  • @potatochip "Also, men need to stop thinking everyone is interested in them. Just because someone is gay does not mean they want to sexually harass another man." Agree. People tend to forget that gay people have specific standards/preferences, as well. Just because someone is gay doesn't mean they're going to crush on every man who breathes in their direction. So ridiculous.
  • @coralie Or Kenneth and JW are "together" but not really in love. Kenneth may be hiding his emotions, but I do wonder if there was any serious attachment there. The biggest person hurt is Sammi. Terrible.
  • @m0m0 I agree that there are a lot of sketchy places. But I would think the producers would have done some research or scoping of filming locations first. I think about people like Anthony Bordain or even Zimmerman who go to all corners of the world and didn't expressed this type of fear. Traveling by themselves and traveling as part of a show is very different. I think they are just drumming up publicity for this show.
  • @potatochip it depends on where you are in the world. some places are extremely sketchy even for locals where pretty much every single person has experienced some form of violent crime. one really questions why people esp. expatriates choose to make it home. filming attracts attention and most of the time, the crew maybe a few people. given how cheap tvb is, they probably don't sent that big of a crew overseas.
  • @potatochip I’m sure JS will post about it soon but meanwhile, here’s the write up of his response as well as news clip: https://m.mingpao.com/ldy/showbiz/latest/20190417/1555494586768/未交代感情狀況-馬國明不提黃心穎名字-望大家給她空間
  • How dangerous can it be when you are 2 incredibly muscular and fit men and traveling with a film crew? Lol. Also, men need to stop thinking everyone is interested in them. Just because someone is gay does not mean they want to sexually harass another man. Unless Ben is projecting his feelings on how he acts when he sees an attractive woman, these homophobic comments are not funny.
  • @cutie777 Me too is different than cheating, and shouldn't be lumped in with this.. Me too is about the prevalence of unwanted sexual harassment and assault. It is about raising awareness to a problem that is universal and needs to change. This act was consensual but a violation of each's commitment to their respective partners.
  • @llwy12 How did Kenneth respond? I feel terrible for him, his family and Sammi, especially.
  • @potatochip yeah i always found it weird how jacqueline would find someone so quiet and opposite of her, attractive. considering how slow kenneth ma is to warm up to women, the fact she chased him and kept at it, was puzzling to me. but she did say she was his fan, so i didn't think much of it.
  • @potatochip I agree. Kenneth and Jacqueline never ever displayed one single comment showing affection for each other. They never really commented on questions asked..
  • Jacqueline and Kenneth didn't seem compatible. It seemed like a business/celebrity coupling. The cheating is awful.
  • @potatochip yes and at the very least, Kevin's fulfilling his role as papa very well and not just dumping his kid to his wife/nannies/mother to oversee his career. so many men do that and still get praise from women when they spend like a day a month with their kids *roll eyes.* I'm still bitter about the comments and backlash regarding a certain female celebrity in case people can't tell lol.
  • @coralie I agree with you. You can't spoil a baby at this age. Kevin and Grace have their odd tendencies, but I think it is too early to say they are spoiling their baby. It is important to respond adequately to a baby's needs. Of course, if a parent can't get to him right away and he cries for a couple of minutes, that isn't detrimental either. The trick, which is very, very hard, is to get baby sleepy and not asleep before putting him down. The last thing he needs to see is his crib, not the parent's arms in order to learn to sleep on his own. But soothing him, holding him each time he cries is not a bad thing.
  • None of these dresses are flattering to the actresses. They all need better stylists.
  • @megamiaow @janet72 I agree with both of ya. It really was time inefficient and I was happy when it was over. I do miss the weight loss, though. Breastfeeding is not for everyone and mothers should not feel bad if it isn't right for them. I was lucky. The body may not cooperate, the baby may reject the milk, and/or mothers do not always get the needed support from other family members to have time to breastfeed or pump. Fed is best. And the bonding time with the baby (which may occur without a stressed out mother trying to force breastfeeding when it isn't right for her) is also the utmost importance.
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