Gay asian dating
My understanding of those who claim they are solely attracted to a particular race is that those individuals have identified a dominant trait that they believe cannot be found in people from different ethnicities.
Sure, people can argue that their romantic racial preferences are mostly about physical traits, but that defense falls apart when we consider the reality.
Before the conversation goes beyond the free drink, I have to ask a crucial question: “Do you like Asians?
Whenever I go out with someone of a different race, they usually are closer to my age. Their pale skin, brown or reddish hair, and their ability to attain a perfect 5 o’clock shadow just draw me in.
After about half an hour, a man, usually older and clean-cut, approaches me.
Then the interaction launches into what has become a familiar routine: He asks why I’m sitting on my own, introduces himself, and compliments my facial features he finds pleasing.
But according to the men who buy me drinks at bars and compliment those traits, I’m actually too forthright and mean “for an Asian guy.” I remember one time when a guy approached and informed me, “I like Asians.
You guys are easy to handle.” He was tall and huge. I’ve never really known whether I should take these come-ons as a compliment or not.