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.
Sure some may work out, hit the weights and look strong but they lament that women do judge a book by its cover.
While there are different theories for the reasoning, the clients I work with all agree with the premise of not being able to fit the hyper-masculine culture perpetuated by Western society.The answer is the same to both questions: because that’s what I’m attracted to. On the other hand, when Asian men hear about my preference, one of two things happens. I get reprimanded for some purely sexual fetish and how I’m a White Female so I’m supposed to like White guys too, and how can I dislike my White counterpart?According to these Asian Males, I should just get over my daddy issues and stop being self-racist. For one, I’m something of a daddy’s girl, even though I don’t rely on him like a typical daddy’s girl would.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. I’m the white girl that dates only Asian guys with absolutely no apology…