Asian men and dating

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Tinder revolutionized the dating world when it was launched five years ago.

The dating app’s unique design inspired a surge of location-based “swipe” apps which collectively morphed online dating from an odd, secretive habit into an acceptable way to meet partners.

Re: "Women who have no Asian male friends or interactions are limited to societal and media portrayal of Asian men which isn't flattering." But what about the obvious implied counter associated with that statement? But there's apparently more to the biases than just lack of social contact.

I.e., the large percentage of Asian women who prefer non-Asian men. I have been married to a Sri Lankan-American immigrant for 20 years.

Once again, age-old stereotypes of Asian women as being submissive, docile, and sexually exotic play a role.

But it's also true that Asian women have long been cast alongside white men in movies, television, and even the nightly news.

Women who have no Asian male friends or interactions are limited to societal and media portrayal of Asian men which isn't flattering.

Moreover, Asians are the most affluent group of people in the world and it doesn't look to change anytime soon, more like substantially GROW even more in the next couple decades.

I'm convinced after spending 20 years in Asia in business that Asia will softly rule the entire world within a decade.

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.

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.

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