It turns out I’m not the only Asian-American male to have troubles with the ladies (and gents and other folks).
A 2014 study by Ok Cupid explored how race affects desirability by polling both heterosexual men and women on their racial preferences.
In Boston, I see people tend to stick with their own skin color.. Is it still a stereotype up in the north about Asian guys in general ?
( didn't you know mixed babies are the most cutest and prettiest ) Here and there I will see white / black couple either guy/girl or girl/guy .
But has it ever occurred to you that our ideals of physical attraction are also racially charged?
In a society that emphasizes the importance of romantic companionship, it can be daunting when you fail to find potential matches. Sometimes I think “maybe our personalities were not compatible,” but I have only recently realized that it may be my race people are seeing.
however, yeah what are you guy's opinions on this topic?
GROWING up as a queer Asian person in Australia can be a unique and tiring ordeal.
The underlying sentiments behind these words were all understood like a piece of ironic fashion though.
For instance, whenever I see a white girl with a black guy I could really care less, but why is it that when I walk to a grocery store or something with my Indian girfriend, I get disguisting looks from Chinese guys?
I see more of the same thing every day, especially on campus.
In one scene in the movie, a young Caucasian man eyes and approaches the main character Ryan as he and his love interest Ning dance in a nightclub.
Suddenly, the stranger starts to kiss Ryan’s neck and in that particular moment you enter the same space as we imagine ourselves in Ryan’s place of who to pursue.