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When people see a white man walking arm in arm with a Thai woman, there is all too often an incredibly offensive assumption that they met in a go-go bar and that she was a prostitute.
Yes, like every big city in the world, Bangkok does have a red light district, but for the most part Thai culture is conservative and very spiritual.
According to Ok Cupid, white females are 38% more likely to respond to a White male than an Asian male.
Asian women marry outside the race at twice the rate of Asian men.
Furthermore, mainstream media gives Asian males few role models to emulate in social and romantic situations. This is a breakthrough role for an Asian male, and I believe indicative of a shift in societal perceptions, even if the ratings for the show are challenged.
In recent years I have been noticing an increase in the number of younger Asian male-White female couples, as well as non-traditional interracial couples of all combinations.
We’ve seen anti-immigrant ignorance and resentment, and people who have somehow come to believe that all Asian immigrants get a check from the government when they cross the border to use to open a small business.
I have encountered people who see all the little corner grocery stores, neighborhood restaurants, nail salons and donut shops owned by Cambodians, Laotians, and Thai, and just can’t believe that they did it based on their own hard work and family values, but instead attributed their success to some secret government program that doles out start-up money to immigrants which gives them an unfair advantage against Americans.
It's much easier for a White male to date an Asian female, than for an Asian male to date a White female.
One thing my well-meaning friend insisted on was that all those Asian women who work in restaurants and who have American names on their nametags do so because their identities have been taken from them so that they can be trafficked.
In fact, having an American name – especially if you are Asian and work with the public – is quite common, and done so simply because Americans usually can’t pronounce their native names.
In the lily-white fundamentalist church where I was brought up, there were no Asians. She comes from a Buddhist country and celebrates a religion they don’t understand and don’t want to.
As a courtesy to my parents, my wife and I did attend a couple of times, and there was an uncomfortable unspoken tension about the racial mixing, and an overwhelming sense that they needed to immediately show her the “right” path and put aside everything about her own culture and upbringing and embrace their particular brand of Christianity. She asks questions that in our church, we didn’t dare ask.