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In the church there was a woman who would literally try to commit adultery with me despite my refusals back in 2015-2016. Her name is Felicia Yanagi.
She would try to sexually approach me by:
- Fliritng with her eyes
- trying to sit next to me on the bus (I used to take the Gardena #2 bus to the church)
- licking her lips
She didn’t even try to hide it. It was very obvious to the church especially the seniors and John Baik.
Felicia is twice my age. I’m 23 years old. She’s in her mid-40s with a little bite of gray hair.
I have addressed the issue with several members of the church including my former bible teacher but they would either laugh it off or would pass it off as nothing.
So then I confront John Baik about this by letter:
The female named Felicia Yanagi has attempted to strike a conservation with me several times whenever I enter the sanctuary early on Fridays before dinner or whenever she finds me alone and even went as far as to flirt with me with her eyes. I find this very suspicious because none of the other females of the church would do such a thing only she does this. I don’t believe she is trying to lead me astray or conducting a conspiracy against me. But when she tries to talk to me I feel uncomfortable, discouraged, devastated, and distraught and it brings me to the brink of paranoia. That discomfort and paranoia is what I do know.
Eric D. Navas
Here’s Baik’s response:
Sounds like he listens right? But in reality he didn’t for Felicia Yanagi continued to commit adultery against me. IT only ended after I left.
The church has wacky standards. Apparently it is malevolent to have a platonic conversation with Sarah Baik but it is okay for a middle aged woman to commit adultery to a man in his early 20s.
This is Felicia Yanagi
Was she married?
It is more widely acceptable for married women to commit adultery in Japanese culture than many other Southeast Asian cultures from my understanding
That does not make adultery OK
Not all Japanese people are like that
Some people do not consider flirting to be adultery and are OK with their spouse flirting with other people as long as there are no physical relations others are not
But yes those standards are wacky
“The church has wacky standards. Apparently it is malevolent to have a platonic conversation with Sarah Baik but it is okay for a middle aged woman to commit adultery to a man in his early 20s.”
I would rephrase it
The church has wacky standards. Apparently it is malevolent to have a platonic conversation with Sarah Baik but it is okay for a middle aged woman to flirt with a man in his early 20s.”
But if they are going to associate a platonic conversation with flirting and flirting with adultery you are spot on in the way you describe it
Maybe she tried to commit adultery, but I would not say she successfully physically committed adultery
She may have committed adultery in the sense of unfaithfulness
Felicia is not married which is odd considering the fact that she has been in UBF for almost 25 years
She might have successfully physically committed adultery with someone else or multiple other people. But I do not know this for sure. It would not surprise me.
I suspect so.
How is a unmarried woman supposed to get married without flirting?
But if a man did that he would be in big trouble because of the double standard when it comes to sexual harassment.
If you did not directly tell her to stop and she did not touch you she should be allowed to express interest in you just like a man should be allowed to express interest in a woman.
I used to freak out about this stuff until I left UBF for years.
But maybe it is more serious than it sounds to me.
That’s the thing FBU I specifically told her multiple times “No” but she continued to approach me anyway
“despite my refusals”
Should have realized the importance of these three words. Maybe I could have figured that out earlier. My reading comprehension is not always the best.
I don’t understand the click-bait title here. What does this have to do with adultery? Linking this to JB is disingenuous at best. What are we hoping to accomplish with these kinds of articles?
After taking a 2nd look the title didn’t fit the content. Hence I have changed the title.
During the Easter holiday, I’m going to decide whether or not to close this site down, and link to the static blog from 2015.
These articles are getting off track. And there is next to zero discussion going on.
If the CIA reports back with significant info, I may start things back up.