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You may use this as a dating site, or to exchange interracial dating experience, or to learn Japanese, Chinese, or Korean language from our members in the site forum.Asian and White, Asian and Black, Asian and Middle eastern, Asian and Latin singles or couples who want to date, marry, or make new friends are encouraged to sign up. He contends, "Yeah, and I think [ideas about desirability and otherness are] influenced by our culture and media, and our history." As a Black woman, these kinds of conversations on desirability and otherness are a bit taxing and a quite hurtful. What's also very real is new trends in Black women dating Asian men--not because each feels undesirable to the world, but because each are desirable to one another."Blasian" romances can be found everywhere these days, whether perusing Facebook groups, or meeting with Black female and Asian male couples face to face, or liking photos of Blasian couples on Tumblr.Black women and Asian men should start marrying each other in droves. That's the issue that needs to be widely discussed and studied by social scientists.I am not a social scientist, but I do have Asian friends.
As one of my black female friends put it, "Asian men, along with black women, are probably the least desirable people."A 2007 study conducted by researchers at Columbia University, which surveyed a group of over 400 students who participated orchestrated "speed dating" sessions, showed that African-American and white women said "yes" 65% less often to the prospect of dating Asian men in comparison of men of their own race, while Hispanic women said yes 50% less frequently.
These depictions run counter to what society tells us women want: someone confident, tall, dark and handsome."Women think we have a masculinity that's maligned and marginalized," said my friend Jubin Kwon, a Korean-American who grew up in the predominantly white town of Lexington, Mass.
"There's also this idea of relative invisibility, but that applies to all Asian-Americans."Given the constant stereotyping Asian-American men face in the media, Asian-American men approaching non-Asian women often either feel an unnecessary burden to prove themselves against Asian stereotypes or keep to themselves in fear of rejection.
Asian men, black men and black women got the worst ratings, while Asian women and Latina women fared the best.
Here's the chart of users' preferences from 2009: And here's the chart from 2014: As you can see, the biases stayed pretty consistent between 20. The results here are pretty much the same as data taken from other dating sites.This trend, popularly dubbed "yellow fever," is not a new phenomenon, springing instead from an attraction to what some observers say is the exotic appeal of Asian women, and a self-indulging fantasy of being with women who are seen as docile and submissive.While Asian women seem to be in high demand, Asian men do not.The online dating website "Are You Interested" recently surveyed more than 2.4 million interactions on its site and confirmed what many of us suspect: America loves Asian women.