So I've decided to write a series of blog posts about dating Asian men.
And yes I know I'm not a relationship expert, a PUA, or even a wingwoman. Indeed men are men, but there's still a fairly large gap in dating when it comes to black women and Asian men.
In the post-apocalyptic TV series, The Walking Dead, Maggie a Southern belle, with an equally Southern drawl, falls in love with Glenn, a Korean-American. Whether in fiction or in real life, Asian men, unlike their female counterparts, seem to have it tough when it comes to dating people outside of their race.
It’s a pairing we don’t often see on our television screens. “Are You Interested”, an American online dating website, recently surveyed over 2.4 million interactions on the site, and found Asian female users were in high demand.
The not so scientific affliction, “yellow fever”, a rather racist term that typically describes a preference for dating Asian women, is not a new phenomenon.
In multicultural Australia it’s quite common to see Asian women partnered with non-Asian men, but rarely the other way around.