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ASIAN AMERICAN MEN
(Updated Tuesday, Apr 1, 2008, 04:12:39 PM to reflect the 100 most recent valid responses.)

Which of the following is the most attractive quality about Asian American men?
Good Looks | 60%
Attractive Build | 7%
Attitude & Personality | 17%
Education/Culture | 16%

Which of the following is the least attractive aspect of Asian American men?
Looks | 4%
Build | 5%
Personality | 10%
Success Fixation | 17%
Insensitivity | 64%

Which factor contributes most to the negative image of AA men?
Large proportion of recent immigrants in the AA population | 22%
White American men seeing Asian men as a threat | 26%
The media catering to existing prejudices | 32%
Asia's relatively recent emergence from poverty | 20%

Which would most dramatically help the image of AA men?
Asian male achieving sports stardom on par with Michael Jordan | 6%
AA male becoming elected President of the United States | 13%
East Asia attaining living standards on par with the U.S. | 24%
Asian male achieving movie stardom on par with Tom Cruise | 57%

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The worst thing about AMs? Well, judging by these forums it would have to be AMs attitude towards AFs. You act like there aren't any AM sellouts when in fact you can't swing a dead cat without hitting one of them in here. There's a reason why AMs are at the bottom of the dating ladder.
Ewww    Wednesday, January 01, 2003 at 19:06:28 (PST)    [65.29.143.146]
anonumous female 28,

You are a brave woman. My prayers are with you.
Pioneer    Sunday, December 29, 2002 at 13:58:11 (PST)    [172.193.74.124]
MultiAmericana, what stereotypes do you think Asian Men have of American women?

Asian men- what stereotypes do you think there are about American women (specifically white women?)

anonymous female, sorry to hear that your family is so hateful and unaccepting. Hopefully someday they'll see that you truly love this man and open up their minds. I actually prefer asian men to white men also. Luckily my family is very open-minded. They just want me to marry a good man, regardless of his race or ethnicity.
anon WF 26    Friday, December 27, 2002 at 08:43:23 (PST)    [207.183.117.61]
Asian Men have less body hair. I also notice they have less body odor and have alot smoother skin. I also like the customs, like taking off shoes before entering the rest of the home. It keeps a very clean home and it shows sign of respect. I used to not have much interest in Asian Men because I thought they did not date women who were not Asian. I also used to hear that they were very mean and unfriendly to other people. I have learned that it is untrue. I actually prefer Asian Men over the men in my very own culture. I never thought I would say something like that, but its true. My family and friends do not agree with me. They think I am disgusting for the way I feel. I did not realize how racist my family was until I decided to start making my own choices of who to associate with and who not to. Its really sad sometimes. This christmas is not so lonely, because I am spending it with the man I really love. It is somewhat lonely because I miss my family, and I haven't seen them in 3 years. Starting in January it will be 3 years and 2 weeks approximately. Life goes on. I just take one day at a time, and try not to worry too much about it.
anonymous female,28    Wednesday, December 25, 2002 at 01:17:12 (PST)    [209.214.168.83]
I have had too many problems based on sterotypes that Asian men have of American women. I think we should look beyond the sterotype and at the person.
MultiAmericana    Thursday, December 12, 2002 at 15:22:59 (PST)    [63.214.108.15]
asdsz\xc\zxc

I just saw your post and you may not even check this board anymore since you last posted back at the end of Oct. I was just curious why you would get flack from other AM for dating non-AF? That's odd to me. I can understand flack from AF b/c perhaps they were interested in you but not the men. Why do you suppose that is? If any other AM or anyone else has any insight into why this might occur, please feel free to elaborate. I'm really curious. It would seem to me that other AM would applaud one of their own expanding his horizons. It would only make it easier for them to get noticed by other non-AF when they see other AM w/non-AF, wouldn't it?

Thanks!
Curious 1    Tuesday, December 03, 2002 at 23:25:45 (PST)    [63.233.29.159]
for the record azn males are the most senstive race that i have dated.. i am a wf and i LOVE azn guys i now date them exclusively
sarah white female    Wednesday, November 20, 2002 at 21:29:13 (PST)    [128.195.223.234]
I'm so sick of all this argument about white washed asian females and asian male stereotype etc etc etc. I am a Korean male.. not american. I have lived in 5 different countries all my life and i seriously feel that dating is similar to eating. i like french food american food and korean food and chinese food and jamaican food or whatever.. nobody should say crap about what i eat. its same with dating. maybe an asian female likes to exclusively eat mac donalds or just french food... kind of like she might just want to date white men or black men or green men or purple men.. thats her business and non of anyone elses. why cant Asians just leave other asians dating people of other races alone? and why do we have to bash each other so much? i just dont get it. do whatever the hell you feel like. i hate it when people make comments about my food and my girl. screw you if it doesnt make you feel happy.

AM who dated BF WF Jewish F and got lots of flack from AFs and AMs and really F***ing tired of it
asdsz\xc\zxc    Tuesday, October 29, 2002 at 16:50:38 (PST)    [212.252.6.204]
As the Asian male population increases, I think they will get more opportunities in gov't, movies, sports, etc. and that all translates to better image among the ladies of all races. The bottomline is always "majority rules." Right now, t.v. viewers who are mostly white wouldn't idolize Asian male action hero or Asian comedian or they wouldn't enjoy a love scene between Asian male and a white woman.
But things will slowly change. I'm begining to see it. Intimate relationships between Asians and Whites are not as scrutinized as those between Whites and Blacks. Nobody cares if they see a white guy with an asian woman. I personally have not had problems attracting women of all races. I was always considered cute in grade school, middle school, high school, and college, and even now. My problem lies with my own lack of confidence and with incompatibility issues. I don't care if a woman looks like Nicole Kidman. if she has nothing in common with me, it wouldn't work out. I think the fact that we don't grow hair very well also works to our advantage. I think most women like smooth skin on men.
Danny    Monday, October 28, 2002 at 15:11:00 (PST)    [192.250.112.133]
Lost
It ain't the cologne son. It ain't the clothes or the cars. Its all about personality and chemistry. Helps if you're attractive. Its stupid to think women would be attracted to guys simply because of the cologne.
Real time    Sunday, September 29, 2002 at 19:50:41 (PDT)    [152.163.188.225]
Try Acqua Di Parma. I use the aftershave; it's a bit obscure and not easy to find, but women seem to really like it. Or is it just me? *smile*
NJ_CornellGuy    Wednesday, September 18, 2002 at 04:27:42 (PDT)    [64.119.241.94]
MMMMM...wear something with a touch of Vanilla.
And Stuff    Tuesday, September 17, 2002 at 21:55:13 (PDT)    [138.86.12.1]
Lost,

cologne is very good. You should wear it. The best one is Armani Aqua di Gio. That's the best cologne I've ever known. It smells so good on guys, makes them so sexy and desired.
Cuttie    Tuesday, September 17, 2002 at 07:09:13 (PDT)    [213.59.137.60]
What is the best cologne to use? Which cologne is women's favorite? Or should I wear cologne at all??
Lost    Sunday, September 15, 2002 at 10:31:09 (PDT)    [66.185.84.81]
"Can someone please give me advice on how to get my boyfriend to get a nice haircut and wear nicer clothes without insulting him or hurting his feelings?"
- Layla

Say something like, "I think you would look great with . . . (this shirt, haircut, etc.)"
Houston Bill    Friday, September 13, 2002 at 09:06:50 (PDT)    [65.71.110.12]
Can someone please give me advice on how to get my boyfriend to get a nice haircut and wear nicer clothes without insulting him or hurting his feelings?
- Layla

If it's not his birthday another idea might be to have him accompany you shopping. Pretend you're shopping for yourself and since he's there, pick out an item and tell him to try it on just for kicks. After which you will severely compliment him and insist that he get the clothes.
On the haircut you might want to try the same approach. Start off with you yourself getting one and then have him plop himself down also. You could tell him that you won't get one unless he does. There are different variations but I'm sure you get my drift.
The deal is that you have to include him in on your dealings whether it be clothes or haircuts. This way it's a buddy affair, another way of sharing.
Asian Dood    Wednesday, September 04, 2002 at 07:09:09 (PDT)    [205.188.209.45]
SMOOTH AND SLEEK...HAHAHAHAHA!!!!!! I loved the story. I'd have to agree with the chick. I'm not diggin the hairy beasts.

Guarnteed an attractive asian would be sexier then any other attractive guy.

Asian guys are just hot! What else is there to say!
Me! Who else!?!?!    Monday, September 02, 2002 at 22:37:24 (PDT)    [138.86.151.21]
Can someone please give me advice on how to get my boyfriend to get a nice haircut and wear nicer clothes without insulting him or hurting his feelings?
Lala    Wednesday, August 28, 2002 at 04:43:40 (PDT)
Oh yeah... what made her smile was when I said, "Yeah... you should try us sometimes.... smooth as silk, we are." I didn't say that directly to her; I addressed the whole group. But she got my hint. :)
Smooth and Sleek    Monday, August 19, 2002 at 23:12:20 (PDT)
Like me now,

Hey, I saw that show too! Imagine how much money us Asian guys will be saving on grooming products... hell I use shaving cream at HALF the rate that non-Asians do already! That shit's going straight to the children's college funds.... hahaha.

Another funny story I have is about a trip to Palm Springs. I was there at the swimming pool with two of my white friends. I had met and brought a cute 18 year old brunnette to hang with the rest of us. One of those assholes pointed out the rather sparse hair arrangement on my legs and asked me if I shaved them, probably to embarrass me in front of her. She smiled and said to them, "Hey, I like guys who shave their legs," and smiled at me. SCORE! You don't know how much I laughed my ass off inside. The snowflakes (my pet name for whiteboys) didn't know what to say.
Sleek and hairless    Monday, August 19, 2002 at 23:08:18 (PDT)
MLK,

Why do I have to answer. Pooh talking to you.

Pooh Supreme baby,

I'm really an AI response software. I'm currently being tested on goldsea, to see if my responses have a humanistic quality my designers are interested in. In the future my software will be used in dating simulation games in the PS2 for the English speak audiences.
AC Dropout    Monday, August 19, 2002 at 08:24:40 (PDT)

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