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On the flip side of this equation are Asian women who rank highest in terms of desirability.
Once again, age-old stereotypes of Asian women as being submissive, docile, and sexually exotic play a role.
If such a hierarchical culture can accept these relationships (and even celebrated seen on TV) it is extremely unlikely any Asian guy will dump a non-Asian girl for something silly as "culture" differences.
This is exactly the problem this article is talking about. If not then please don't generalize a whole group when you don't even interact with them in real life. Assuming you're actually an Asian Female (Doubt it), you just admit to having no experience dating Asian Men anyways! Also my non-asian wife is very non-submissive and non-compliant.
And now with the proliferation of online dating apps and websites, it can be even more daunting.
is difficult enough because of cultural and stereotypical challenges.
Related Stories: https://aestheticdistance.com/blog//dear-asian-women-im-calling-you-out-on-this-one https:// Sure, Asian men might date outside their race but when it comes to getting serious they will dump a non-Asian woman like yesterday's trash rather than introduce her to their parents.
And in the rare case an Asian man does get serious with a non-Asian it will be with a highly submissive and compliant female. The reason I don't and haven't dated Asian men is because Asian men will almost always succumb to their Asian cultural pressures. Chinese men and Russian females are an actual thing in China.
Remember, it was just January of this year when comedian Steve Harvey joked about how no one would want to date Asian men.
I often hear that "women want rich men" though as a middle class Caucasian woman I don't find that to be true.
If a guy treats me like garbage, affluence doesn't make up for it. I have been married to a Sri Lankan-American immigrant for 20 years.
Unfortunately, this kind of gender racism will continue unless we see Asian men in leading romantic roles.
The most prominent one I can recall was Jet Li's character in the 2000 movie, "Romeo Must Die" where he was initially to kiss the late Aaliyah but the ending was re-scripted to a hug when producers feared mainstream American audiences would find the kiss too uncomfortable.