There are a lot of womenof color that would love to date an asian man myself included. The problem is the fear of approaching one another and getting rejected. I think you guys are so sweet and very attractive. I have gotten to a point in my life that I am tired of listen to what others say. I say if that person suits your fancy,"Go for it".
Perhaps its a cultural ignorance, but I didn't think that Asian men dated outside of their race. Maybe that is changing as this country is such a big melting pot, and people are starting to realize that people are people regardless of race.
I remember while at a Jazz concert here in Indy, I was observing an Asian male. He looked my way, and I couldnt tell if he was interested, or if he was thinking why was I looking at him. In all my adult years I've never been approached by an Asian man. But, I've lived in places where interracial dating is not ideal.(i.e. AL & KY)
While there is a dating disparity among our relative demographics it ultimately comes down to the man making an initial bold but polite move. It truly does. That means, in my opinion, not waiting for a subtle flirt or 'in'. Just approach and take the risk. Most women are taught NOT to approach and that if you indicate interest it must be very subtle. Often times, those indicators may be so subtle they go unnoticed. Assume you've gotten one, because you may have and take the risk. If you lack confidence, fake it. Or, approach as a shy guy. A shy guy who approaches, all flustered is often considered adorable.
I love Asian Men, and have always thought I was Asian in a past life. I have a preference for Chinese men, and I also adore Japanese men. I tried to teach myself Japanese and even learned the symbols of Katakana at one point. I wish I had the opportunity to date an Asian man. Meet so many here in Texas.
I think that Asian males are very attractive. I've had some to look at me and flirt with me. I know in the Asian world most families are racist. I would love to one day meet an Asian guy, but I am not desperate for one. I am open to all ethnicities.
I think each person has their own preference. My sister will only date white men. I am more open to all races. I am interested in a man who will respect me, love me, be my cheerleader and challenger. I do gravitate to some races more so than others but when I am approached I give the individual a chance to get to know them and me.
I live in central California. There are a lot of black men with Asian women, but I have never ever seen a black woman with an Asian man. I didnt even think they were into black women. I think I'll be more open minded.
So true, girl. I find it ironic that Asians and Mexicans (who are people of color, too and a minority in this country) families are actually more racist than white families. I experienced a similar situation where I wasn't even welcomed in the the parent's house and the Asian guy was such a wimp when it came to standing up to his mommy.