We are all familiar with the stereotypes of Asian men but there are plenty of stereotypes Asian men may think about Caucasian women.
You didn’t think the only reason he wasn’t dating you was because he was too shy to ask you out right?
Unfortunately I’ve been the “first white girl” too many times and I’ve been asked some pretty odd questions along the way and while I can’t speak for all Caucasian women, I will try my best to set the record white, I mean right :p
Caucasian women are easy
This is a strange one for me, because I spent the majority of my twenties with one guy, had I not have been with him, who knows? I may have followed in the footsteps of some of my friends and been with a different guy every few weeks but I think this stereotype has something to do with the Aussie culture of being laid back and just going with the flow.
It’s more common with Caucasians to kiss and sleep with each other without even knowing if you are together, It’s sort of assumed until it’s agreed verbally that you are both still single or just “hanging out”. Where as in my experience, when most Asian guys kiss you it means you’re official and therefore getting some action isn’t considered “slutty”, you are just doing what boyfriends and girlfriends do, which is another theory I have on why Asian guys take longer to make the first move. It can be confusing if you keep seeing a guy, you obviously like each other and he hasn’t made the first move, you assume he’s just shy so you make the first move.
I guess this can come off as a little forward or “slutty” but in general I think it’s just a culture clash rather than one race being skankier then another.
Caucasian women are outspoken and unfeminine
If you consider knowing what you want and going for it as “outspoken” then I guess I am, I will not however say anything that I feel will hurt another person just for the sake of saying it. I’m extremely self conscious and worry more about other people’s feelings then having my say but around my close friends and my boyfriend then if something is annoying me I will probably tell you, not in a pouty princess bitch way but I will say it. If you ask me where I want to go or what I think, I’m not going to shrug my shoulders and pretend I don’t have an opinion, unless I don’t in that case, jump right in and tell me yours.
I find one of the most attractive traits in a man is assertiveness, I love it when a guy can stand up to me, not to argue but because he knows what he wants too. I can compromise and often do but I honestly think there is nothing sexier than a guy taking charge, if I don’t want you to and it’s really bugging me then yes I will tell you.
As for being unfeminine or masculine I find this one strange, I would describe my style as lady like, I’m obsessed with etiquette, culture and tradition and I feel like I should have been born in the 50’s, but no I’m not a petite, softly spoken little Asian girl so I guess compared to them, I may come off more masculine.
Caucasian women are racist bogans
Believe it or not I feel I’m often unfairly labelled racist purely based on the fact that I am pale with blonde hair and blue eyes, I’m often the minority in the room, surrounded by every other culture who love to gather around and bond about being from the same country or being able to speak the same foreign language. You may laugh at that but next time you are in a room with say 20 or so people, look around and count how many other blonde haired, blue eyed people you can find, I bet there are less then every other race in the room. Maybe it’s just the fact that I have lived in the west most of my life but I’ve often felt left out of meeting new people because I wasn’t Russian or Lebanese or Italian… I can almost see the disappointment on people face when I’m asked where I’m from and I reply “Australia” and then there is the slight look of terror on their face when they dig deeper only to have me tell them that yes my parents and their parents, and their parents are all Australian and were all born here.
I don’t consider myself racist, nor do I associate with anyone who is.
I don’t think I’m a bogan, I don’t own any flannelette, can’t run in thongs and don’t think ugg boots are appropriate footwear outside of your home. I also don’t spit, drink vb or say things like “youse”. I can however have a good laugh at myself, I’m so white I’m a neo Nazis dream, I’m well aware I could breed with my one and only other Aussie born white friend and sell our pure white babies on the black market, I get sun burnt waiting for the bus on a cloudy day and can turn on my bogan accent when the time is right “strewth!”
Caucasian women have huge “lady lumps and bumps”
I have to say this one made me laugh (and I was actually asked about this by “The One”), until I thought about it. It does make sense for some people to think this. The stereotype of Asian men having smaller penises is generally thought to be true because they are of a smaller stature right? Well Caucasian women are generally of a larger stature compared to Asian women, so therefore it would seem plausible that we have huge vaginas that would cause an echo if you spoke into them.
I guess the same theory can be said for Caucasian women having huge breasts, we are supposed to be bigger, so therefore it’s more common to have bigger body parts.
I’ve never had any complaints and gathering some quick feedback has told me that not only do my ex boyfriends find it amusing to be asked what they thought about my vagina but that the stereotype was found to be untrue but in saying that, I’ve never had any experience with Caucasian vaginas, or vaginas of any race for that matter so I cant answer it for you. All I can do is use my common sense combined with my experience and tell you I think this stereotype is untrue, purely based on the fact that I’ve seen some pretty large penises attached to some Asian men, so if “that” stereotype is false then I’m going to say this one is too.
So what other stereotypes do Asian men think about Caucasian women in general?