Non-Asian guys usually take a step back, take a good look at me, and, with the little wheels in their heads slowly chugging away, they find the only feasible sentence worth saying is, simply: To which I cheerfully reply, “Nope. I just hate ugly faces.” Watching them walk away with those faces contorted with puzzlement is so amusing, but that’s only if they leave at that moment. “Well…what do Asian guys have that make them so special? You’re too young to say what you do and don’t like…” etc.
They’re either completely confused and/or jealous as to why an attractive white woman like myself (if I might be conceited enough to say) likes only Asian men.
If you do not respect and appreciate your partners culture (to the extent you are willing to forsake elements of your own culture for their benefit), intercultural and interracial relationships are nearly impossible.
It represents a small minority of interracial couples, most American, Australian, and European women dating Korean, Japanese, and Chinese men.Several disappointed, international antelope, have asked me where they went wrong in their pursuit of the Dutch lion.The shallow man, is, as always, sensitive to the needs of his expat flock.However, there are exceptions to the above for some transgender and intersex men.More directly, the word derives from Old English mann.