Before everyone jumps up and down at me the reason I did not approach them is because I am shy and very insecure about approaching any guy 0- hence Im looking for a more confident guy to balance my personality faults G'day Sam, being an Australian with a Chinese mum and dad, I can tell you I've never dated anyone but 'white' Aussie girls. Well apart from finding them attractive and being around them since I was a kid in 'the shire', I've always thought winning over a white Aussie chic was more fun than having to chat up the 'submissive Asian girl'.But I gotta say though it didn't start out like that.
So I'm instituting a no-reply policy because I'm sick of feeling guilty about it. - Sam de Brito - More of All Men Are Liars - More I have quite a few male Asian friends who have gone out with white Aussie girls, and even more when I lived in San Francisco which has a significan very educated Asian population.
However, these couples do tend to be of certain type: highly educated yet non-traditional Asian males (especially those who are 'creative' areas) and intellectually similar gals.
I went back to Uni and now I have an interesting job as an engineer.
But I only had success with the ladies after I changed my attitude to open up and BE Australian.
in which I speculated that a lot of knee-jerk racism towards Asians seemed to be dissolving as the new generation of Asian-Aussie kids developed thick local accents.
Many of the people who posted expressed joy someone had written a positive article about integration, citing the profusion of mixed-race relationships in Australia as further proof of our growing tolerance.
However, a number of readers highlighted an anomaly when it came to Asians dating "white" Australians.
While it's fairly commonplace to see white guys with Asian girls, the opposite – a white girl dating an Asian man – is still something of a rarity ...
Are Asian guys just not approaching Aussie girls because their families may not eventually accept them marrying a Caucasian girl?