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Black men have made it no secret their liking to white women.
Regina King recently raised the argument that we as black women still have not become completely comfortable dating outside our race.
Ronald Lee, founder of a relationship service for Asian men in Metro Vancouver, believes Chinese, Japanese, Korean and other men with East Asian roots who make these complaints are looking for excuses to avoid facing their social awkwardness.“I think men who say those things are bitter,” says Lee, 33, who on Wednesday night organized the founding meeting of the Asian Men’s Social Empowerment group, designed to help Asian men support each other in building relationships with women. (2015)Victoria and Kelowna real surprises for mixed unions (2014) RELATED: SURPRISING STUDY: Ethnicities that whites and Asians like to date In his research, Columbia University economist Ray Fisman did not find any evidence that white men prefer to date East Asian women.
A two-year study out of Columbia University in New York City confirms Lee’s perception that Asian men who worry the dating deck is stacked against them are buying in to false stereotypes. And even though Fisman discovered a significantly high pairing of East Asian women with white men in the U.
S., he concluded it was the case only because East Asian women “discriminated” racially against black and Hispanic men, and felt “neutral” toward white men.
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