White women resentment of east asian women dating white men
I bet you wouldn't think that was weird since that's how most people are, but why isn't that weird? But what if I said I was attracted to Caucasian woman and I am Caucasian?It's like me saying that since I am mostly an Irish American that I am Irish and an expert on Irish ways, culture, etc. Go to China and tell the Chinese there that you are Chinese and they will laugh at you - at least some will.In fact as an Asian American you may feel ostracized a bit as on the outside you are going to fit in, but on the inside you are a foreigner.Some feminists say that these Caucasian men who have "yellow fever" objectify these Asian women as sexual objects. Men see women in a sexual light period regardless of their race.And if they didn't why are you spending all of your money to look good?Maybe all are not hardworking or studious, but in China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, etc. They have the courts behind their backs and they feel entitled due to feminism. Many people have more in common with other people of their same race, culture and age than they know of.if you are not hardworking then you are probably not Chinese, Japanese, Korean, etc. Not every Asian is studious or excels at school, but nearly everyone is going to get some pressure from the culture and/or their family to do so. They may be Asian by race, but their mindset is that of an American woman. For example, the mindset of a Chinese woman and a Chinese American women is totally different. An American who claims he is Chinese is only telling part of the story.
Maybe you like big butts, big boobs, broad shoulders, black hair or a lean stomach. It's not exclusive and personality is a factor - at least in the long run.
Here are a few related videos that were created by Asian American women.
According to some that's what yellow fever refers too. Not me, but I do tend to find Asian women more attractive than most other women.
I made a Youtube video called and it received quite a few comments.
Obsession is a strong word and that's why I chose it.