Amos Yee finally finds a girl he loves and who loves him back


Singaporean teenager Amos Yee has revealed that he has finally found a girl he loves and who loves him back, in a Facebook post yesterday.

Yee, who is presently in the US having received asylum in the States, bragged that his girlfriend is intelligent and good-looking and expressed that finding his girlfriend is one of the best things that has ever happened to him.

The 19-year-old also revealed that his relationship with his new girlfriend is his first-ever romantic relationship and he attributed his singleness so far to being different from what society loves. Yee encouraged his followers and indicated that this new development in his life is evidence that good things also happen to those who are themselves.

Besides including graphic details in his original Facebook post, Yee emotionally added:

“I know that with every close relationship as you get to know someone more and more, there will probably be disagreements and arguments between us eventually, but that’s completely fine. In fact, I don’t think I would love her as much if I thought she was perfect. Disagreements and flaws are honestly very fascinating to me, it’s what makes us human and what I think better connects us to other human beings. So I’m not only not fearful of the inevitable conflicts we’ll have as a couple, but I actually embrace it. I want to know her completely: all her beauty and ugliness, all her interests and insecurities, and share all of her happiness and problems. To now share a life with someone that is not your own, it’s such an adventure and I think it’s going to be really exciting and romantic. God I love her so much

Until yesterday, I had never even gotten a 1st kiss or had a single relationship with anyone. I had been rejected by every girl with no success at all for about 13 times (I’m literally not kidding). I knew that both in my thoughts and behaviour, I’m really different from what a typical person in society is and would love, and I was never willing to change my behaviour unless I personally thought that trait of mine was genuinely bad. I was never going to be less vulgar, be less political or start putting goo on my hair because well… that isn’t me, and there’s nothing wrong with that….. but I knew it’s going to be awhile before I find someone that truly loves me. Which is why I’m so touched that finally…. ‘Just be yourself’ actually worked, and after so long I finally found somebody who not only doesn’t mind the quirks of my personality that many people are turned off by, but actually enjoys them. Who genuinely feels connected to me and loves me for who I really am. I am so happy I found her. I’m so emotional just thinking about it

“So….I did it friends, I finally found a girl that I love and who loves me back. And I think…. life has become so much sweeter. I’m so happy right now, this is one of the best things that’s ever happened in my life. Just know, no matter how weird, or different or strange you are, there will always be someone out there that loves you, and I hope everyone finds that special person.”

Yee also posted an audio file online of his girlfriend introducing herself. She says that she was introduced to Yee by a friend and adds: “I am so happy to have found him. I love him so much.”

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Posted by Amos Yee on Wednesday, 20 December 2017

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  1. (Reposted from lester978 blog December 18, 2017)


    What does Amos Yee’s Sept. appellate affirmation of asylum in the States have to do of late with a rash of ongoing criminal investigations/charges in Singapore against peaceable remonstrations? — everything!

    In late Sept., through a fortunate stroke of serendipity, the Singapore teenage hellion Amos Yee prevailed over DHS’s appeal (Dept. of Homeland Security). This happens after DHS’s acting Secretary Elaine Duke decided against further appealing the ill-conceived asylum granted to Amos in late March by Immigration Judge Cole; acting Secretary Elaine Duke temporarily assumed DHS’s top job as of July when then DHS Secretary John Kelly, a 4-star Marine General, acceded to the post of White House Chief of Staff. In a word, the Amos’ ‘final win’ is a black swan event, utterly unanticipated by the Singapore gov. This came about because of the near total disarray in the Trump Admin whose various key executive departments are literally at sixes and sevens with the White House, in particular the DOJ which in effect OK’d Amos’ asylum bid in late September. (The Dept. of Justice is headed by Attorney General Jeff Sessions whom President Trump has bruited about wanting him fired, on more than one occasion.)

    Notwithstanding being caught totally flat-footed, the Amos’ outcome suits the Singapore gov. just fine as she has one less hellion to deal with within her remit. Furthermore, IMHO, out of the Amos cause célèbre, the authority at home becomes the wiser with 2 important takeaways: 1) anyone who rocks the boat — especially a ‘recidivist’ (repeat offender) — should be dealt with properly and firmly, and 2) restrain from overreacting against non-violent first-time scofflaw, esp. one who is underage. [I have long argued Amos was ‘over-punished’ for his 2015 convictions but ‘under-punished’ for his 2016 willful recidivism.] And this brings us to the recent rash of criminal to quasi-criminal proceedings against activism in Singapore of which the cases of Messrs. Jolovan Wham and Li Shengwu are highlighted below.

    ‘To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived — this is to have succeeded.’ Ralph Waldo Emerson Mr. Jolovan Wham is no phony baloney Amos Yee. Unlike Amos, Jolovan is well regarded at home in Singapore for his active citizenship and as well regionally for his social activism — that earned him in 2011 the Promising Social Worker Award conferred on him by none other than the President of Singapore. However, he’s now being charged in court for violating the Public Order Act in staging a ‘silent protest’ along with eight others without a permit on an MRT subway train… they were purposely marking the 30th anniversary of Operation Spectrum in which some 16 to 22 local activists were arrested and detained for months on end without trial in 1987 under Singapore’s Internal Security Act. But I was puzzled at once by Jolovan’s indiscretion in the matter. For I’m unaware that even one life has breathed easier because of the train ‘sit-in’. And not to put too fine a point on it, his this act of public ‘silent protest’ against an erstwhile apparent injustice amounts to a publicity stunt devoid of civic value to say nothing of its political pointlessness. Let’s not mince words then: it’s nothing more than woolly, wishful thinking if Jolovan (and company) was expecting some Truth-and-Reconciliation-like dividend to emanate from his public silent demonstration. Truth is: the deets of that Operation 30 years ago will never see the light of day unless and until a complete sea change someday in the powers that be if and only if that ever happened. But fear not, if this is Jolovan’s first offense, he should get away with nothing more than a slap on the wrist — I trust…

  2. Amos thinks that in good old USA it is OK to freely and openly describe in torrid details one’s personal sexual encounter or experience. He is not aware that there are certain rules of public etiquette as well as civil law requiring one not to infringe on another’s privacy and confidentiality. Although he has not publicly identified the girl or publish her photograph, he has said enough so that if you are in the same community or college you would know who the girl is.
    So aside from being an absolute moron and scum he has shown he is also never going to be a gentleman. What self-respecting girl would want to be publicised like a piece of meat?
    He should thank God, that there is a country like USA who is prepared to receive a mentally and socially dysfunctional outcast like him.
    A small city state like Singapore, just a dot on the Atlas, however must be run like a tight ship out in the ocean. If you do not fit in, if you do not throw your weight in rowing the oars, and only receive rations according to your effort, you will have to walk the board. Singapore need not make excuses for its stringency. It is a matter of economic survival.