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Posted 1/7/15

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What? Have never said such things.

Though I have said I have a preference for blonde hair and blue eyes; but that doesn't translate to I prefer fairer skin.

but have also added a disclaimer: "beggars can't be choosers" and it's not an important detail when i'm looking for potential partner... it's just that's my ideal traits. but have personally acknowledged idealism and reality are two different things.
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Posted 1/7/15

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SoldierSangria wrote:
Huh, weird. I've dated Asian men (and when I say Asian I mean actual Asians), skin color's never been a problem especially as I have a complexion darker than caramel - actual deep brown skin, not just a tan. Maybe it is the people or the place you're with and at?

And I seem to recall you posting several times that you prefer light skin, and (usually) don't like being picked up by someone with dark skin. Hurts when it is the reverse, eh?




What? Have never said such things.

Though I have said I have a preference for blonde hair and blue eyes; but that doesn't translate to I prefer fairer skin.

but have also added a disclaimer: "beggars can't be choosers" and it's not an important detail when i'm looking for potential partner... it's just that's my ideal traits. but have personally acknowledged idealism and reality are two different things.


Uh, yeah you have. On several posts of a similar nature as well. You've not only stated you "have a thing" for blond hair/blue eyes, but have come out and said several times you don't like dark skin.

Anyway, I don't care about preference or anything - I'm just saying I think perhaps you're looking in the wrong places, and among the wrong people since you seem to have a negative response.
Posted 1/7/15

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I remember clearly I have said on CR I was attracted to Drake (the rapper) and he has dark skin. So I don't know where you got your info from or if you've mistaken me for another person.

But find my quote where I said I don't like dark skin and put it here if you can find it.
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Posted 1/7/15

GayAsianBoy wrote:

But find my quote where I said I don't like dark skin and put it here if you can find it.


No, I haven't mistaken you. If I do come across it, I would post it here though, especially since it was fairly recent as well.
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Posted 1/8/15 , edited 1/8/15

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I never had luck with Asian guys. Or guys in general. Being a female Asian isn't really as great as people make it out to be.
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This resonates with my soul..but I'm not a female Asian. The world is definitely not my oyster.


Same. Oh the perils of me being an average looking female teenager with no special qualities and few friends who can't seem to get a date to save her life, and has never had an "official" boyfriend at 18.
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My wife's Asian and I'm Asian but I don't see what's so special about Asians in general.......... My wife's special because she's my wife, not because she's Asian.

I think sometimes people are just attracted to something "different". When I was in high school there were some Caucasian girls that scared me ____less by coming on to me really strong
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I haven't really 'dated' an asian girl before.. my brother was in a fairly long relationship with a prestigious and attractive Korean women (named Soo, go figure).. she was not shy in the least.. she was quite the stereo-typical fashion-minded, highly energetic smartass.

She was a character portrayal. A music major undergraduate that went into Medical school.. They were together for most of her college experience, and it was during her transition, they separated..

At any rate.. Before the abrupt ending, It was explained to me, by her, that there is quite a bit of a social status consideration going on there in South Korea in regards to relationships.

U.S. culture contrasts that consideration: we promote individualism as a social principal and popularize (romanticize) social status affliction. So, my broad sweeping general opinion brush on this matter is that Asian women in the U.S. reflect that idealism. The act highly individualistic and their relationships are based on how charismatic, sociable a guy is (with other people in his country) over how prestigious he is..



Honestly, the 'Fresh off the Boat' notion is kind of disingenuous to me, because we're not talking about refugees here. It's a privilege to go to another country and experience culture.. A privilege - for the privileged.

I have yet to meet an Asian (man or women) who lacked consideration, but I haven't really meet Asian farmers, fishermen, or any of the working class here in America. (my broad sweeping general opinion brush goes *scribble* *scribble*.. in case you were wondering)
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I'm Asian who has been living in America for several years and somewhat assimilated (kinda, but not fully) who's been dating an Asian guy. It's funny how my boyfriend is more conservative than me
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I'm full on "American-Asian" meaning I was born and raised in the US and I really only speak English fluently. To my knowledge I've never dated any "fobs" but lately I've been thinking that it would be a good thing for me if I did so that I could learn about and experience more Asian culture. But yeah so far it's only been Asian-American girls that I've dated, guess I'm just a product of my environment.
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