Views on sex, status, interracial dating, affection in public, marriage, humor and even talking to strangers can be taboo.
An example of this would be in Korea — heavy eye contact can be considered rude, and thus giving a girl eye contact may cause anxiety instead of attraction.
It would be like a black guy being offended by the “big penis” stereotype, right?
However, if we’re going to have a discussion about how girls respond to a “white guy,” then it’s only logical to admit that the only person who can be true knowledge of this is a white guy.
In the United States, if two strangers are walking by each other, it’s common to say “hello,” “good morning,” or “how are you! It’s not that they don’t like you, it’s that they have no practice talking to strangers and it’s outside of their reality.