To support, encourage, & promote interaction between Asian Men & Black Women.
From talking to people on this site and on many different Asian male/black women/white women/Hispanic women facebook pages, it seems like *many* (NOT ALL, I KNOW SOME OF US HAVE) of the people on the sites have not dated whatever the theme is. Seems like there is just an interest in Asian men, maybe due to all the Korean/Japanese dramas, K/J pop, and of course anime otakus/nerds. I also get the feeling a lot of Asian guys are on these different forums (AGAIN NOT ALL OF YOU GUYS) just to get attention. Does anybody else feel that way?
I went on one date with an Asian man from who approached me online on a dating site but he lacked a sense of humor and spent half of the date on the phone, I admit I'm intimated to even flirt with an Asian man ,even on okcupid. It's silly but I assume automatically that it will be a rejection because of my race.
I've dated men from different races, cultures and religions and found the good, the bad, and ugly in them all. I'm now married to a Japanese man (not American) going on three years this month.
I have not dated an Asian man but have been apart of the Asian community since I was about 6 or 7. It's hard to find an Asian Man that is strong, positive, and a combination of what makes a man a man and especially a man who loves himself and his own family history.
Hmmmm why do I have hope? I exist so therefore he MUST!
I've dated outside my race, but have never dated an Asian man, which I actually find ironic because of the type of community in which I grew up and the fact that one of my closest friends from childhood was Vietnamese. I've always assumed Asian men were never romantically interested in Black women which is naive and ignorant of me, but I'm glad I'm learning otherwise.
I'm currently talking to a Laotian man, and we've gone on a date with other activities planned. We met on Match.com when I was about to cancel my services (because dudes of all races are WACK as hell when you're trying to get to know them) and his 7-day trial was fixin' to end. The funny thing was that he looked like he was Latino in his pic, and I assumed his screen name was some reference to an esé. Lol I sent a message telling him his profile made me chuckle; he responded, and we just clicked from there. By the time we exchanged real names, I was like "Oops. I guess you ain't an esé." lol We have very similar backgrounds though, and I adore him. He's smart as hell (although he doesn't think so), a gentleman to the fullest, family-oriented, funny, a hard worker, manly, tall, has great taste in music and just about everything else I've ever prayed for in a man but never considered how the Lord would package him. :-)
Yes, I have dated an Asian man before, we still talk and hangout whenever I go back home. I remember when I first learned his real name he did not want to tell me but one night he did. He said that his name was "Ho" I laughed so hard and he was like that is why I didn't want to tell you my name! Nonetheless, he is a good person and I enjoy his company when I have the time.
I have dated Asian men before. People are people no matter where they are from. The love of my life was Asian and our relationship was AMAZING. He was so polite and respectful and we dated the old fashioned way, he called and formally asked me on a date, picked me up, and gave me a gentle kiss goodnight and went about his business. We would text all day every day, it was fantastic. Unfortunately his past wouldn't let go and didn't like the idea of us dating. I don't know exactly what happened but I was told he took his life. As sweet and amazing as that relationship was, I've dated Asian guys that were tools as well. Guys are the same no matter where they are from.