Hey joonie joons,
We decided it was time for a different perspective on the blog– a male perspective. It’s been a little while since we heard some of our Persian men air out their dirty laundry so what better way than with an exclusive interview with one of West Coast’s finest, THE GRADUATE. He’s young, hot, successful and living big… what more can you ask for? We’re hoping he can shed some light into the complicated lives of Persian men– plus, we are really excited to read what HE has to say about the double standard between Persian men and women. Hope you’re ready for this one because we’re sure he won’t disappoint:
– What kind of lifestyle would you say you had in college– Did your social scene ever evolve as you became older or did it remain the same?
I had a girlfriend in high school and after we left for college, we tried to do the long distance thing. But, it just didn’t work out, and I was confused about how I felt and what was going on in that relationship. My first year of college provided me with a lot of distractions: lots of parties, lots of girls and lots of drinking.
I have many older, male cousins and they had told me that college is supposed to be the best years of your life, so I had that kind of mindset and those expectations — and it was with that frame of mind that really led the basis of my life in college.