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" style="position:absolute;top:0;left:0;width:100%;height:100%;object-fit:cover;object-position:center;opacity:1;transition-delay:500ms"/He tells me no, he doesn’t, but he chooses to not go out with blonde women because they remind him too much of his mother and sister. I tell him I’m my own person and it’s none of his damn business what my parents think. But while white men likely do not get messages like, “I want to try my first whitey” or “I want your sexy Caucasian body on me,” Asian women do. However, there are those sly fetishists who can appear innocuous on the outside but have yellow fever vibes brewing beneath the surface.
Flash forward a few months and I’m on another first date with another white guy. He tells me he likes my tattoos and asks how my parents feel about them.
I talk about how these experiences have shaped me into who I am today and how I always want to be more connected to my roots.
Once I trust someone, I open up about my background and life as a Chinese-American woman.
The next two were also Ohio boys with whom I had mutual friends and a past.
I met my current partner online, and we immediately hit it off over our shared interests. None of these guys have a history of seeking out Asian ladies. And that is something I keep an eye out for; if someone’s social media only shows them with Asian ladies, I’m going to be skeeved out.
I too have dated men of various races and backgrounds.
They all managed to white-splain Chinese or Asian culture, whether in the form of travel stories, pop culture, anime, or tales of the Asian communities they immerse themselves in while simultaneously putting me on a pedestal for, well, just being Asian. I only got into them because I was not fully aware, at first, that I was being fetishized.
He went on to explain that many of his friends were Asian men who thought Anglo-Australian women just weren't interested in dating them.