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08 Mar 2020, 11:39 am

There is this one guy in my social circle who is of Asian or Chinese ethnicity.
All the girls in our social group find him very attractive.

My question is do Asian guys have a certain advantage when it comes to attracting white women?
I live in England by the way



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08 Mar 2020, 11:41 am

I don't know about Asian men, but I have always favored Asian women to such an extent that I married one.


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08 Mar 2020, 11:48 am

Different people find different things attractive

Chinese men average, shorter, skinnier, high pitch voice, little facial hair. Socially awkward, good at math. Than white men. (Stereotype). Not everyone fits the stereotype. But many do.

You have to say , which, Chinese man

That's like if a job interviewer asks "how are your math skills?", I don't tell them that Chinese are better than math than Americans. (Even though it's correct).

You have to say "I have a bachelor in math". Doesn't matter what "most Chinese" do. In that situation



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08 Mar 2020, 12:39 pm

Would be a real exception but not all women prefere the same things. It's mostly the way that you are. If it comes to women keep empathy in mind. Women may sense your overall feeling and care about your social state. Once you are self-confident, into fun, if you keep an positive feeling among people, don't shy away or stop positive emotions once a girl is near to you, if you care about eye contact and if you are well liked - not only by women but also by the guys around - then you are more attractive for many women. By the way - you are better liked if you don't try to adapt to much to fit in.


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09 Mar 2020, 7:53 am

It depends.....



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09 Mar 2020, 8:03 am

In some social circles a better job is more important that ethnicity to women. It is much easier to raise kids if they have a partner with financial resources. I think you will find that this holds for suspected Aspie dads a generation or two. They weren't socially involved. But they worked as an engineer or some other job that bought in better than average money.



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09 Mar 2020, 11:07 pm

Uh not typically.

In the USA: Asian men have a fairly long history of being de-sexualized. They're largely perceived as less attractive and less desirable.

It's not true of course but do to things like culture and racism they are more often placed beneath other races.


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10 Mar 2020, 8:38 pm

Alterity wrote:
Uh not typically.

In the USA: Asian men have a fairly long history of being de-sexualized. They're largely perceived as less attractive and less desirable.

It's not true of course but do to things like culture and racism they are more often placed beneath other races.




Well this doesn’t seem to be the case where I live in England



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10 Mar 2020, 11:03 pm

Jamesy wrote:
Alterity wrote:
Uh not typically.

In the USA: Asian men have a fairly long history of being de-sexualized. They're largely perceived as less attractive and less desirable.

It's not true of course but do to things like culture and racism they are more often placed beneath other races.


Well this doesn’t seem to be the case where I live in England

I can't speak to what goes on in England. Perhaps you are all less racist towards them or are really into the movie Crazy Rich Asians.


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11 Mar 2020, 1:04 am

Alterity wrote:
Uh not typically.

In the USA: Asian men have a fairly long history of being de-sexualized. They're largely perceived as less attractive and less desirable.

It's not true of course but do to things like culture and racism they are more often placed beneath other races.



Finally someone who dares to say the non-PC truth.

Also they are stereotyped of having smaller dick. A lot of women have *stupid* and false beliefs regarding dick size; such as correlating it with height and foot size; and Asian men are shorter than Caucasians in average.



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11 Mar 2020, 2:08 am

Jamesy wrote:
Well this doesn’t seem to be the case where I live in England

Based on a sample size of 1?