Ok I just want to make something clear.
Yes, I am more attracted to Asian guys because I feel more comfortable with their culture and I find their looks more attractive. If you don’t know I’m German/Arab, my parents are divorced and my stepfather is Arab as well. I am Muslim. So they want me to marry an Arabic guy or at least a guy who is Muslim. But since I’m much more interested in Asian cultures then in my own (yep, I appreciate my arab culture) I would like to marry an Asian guy. And since I find most Arabic guys not really appealing as well.. that’s another reason why I would like to marry an Asian guy. (and when I say I want mixed Asian babies then don’t think it’s just because I find them cute or idk, it’s because my kid would be German, Arab, and ?? (maybe Chinese, maybe Korean, etc.) and it would grow up knowing a lot of different cultures. I just think it would be very nice.)
Just because I find Asian guys more attractive and I’m interested in their culture (and yes, not just Japan and Korea) doesn’t mean I would NEVER date an non-Asian guy. Maybe I’ll meet a non Asian guy who shares my love for Japan & Korea or other Asian countries/Asian Cultures. That would be fine for me. I don’t know who I will meet in the future, as long as he loves me and I love him.. I don’t care what race he is.
I’m not gonna answer messages about this issue again. I don’t like it when people think of me in a wrong way when they don’t know me, or don’t get my point. I am not racist nor ignorant. 97% of the people I know here in my city would never date an Asian guy. Oh, and I remember, last week a guy from my class asked me “Why Japan? Why Korea, China.. ? They are all fucked up countries. I mean they eat everything they see and they are so brutal and they’re not attractive at all.”
I’m ignorant? Really? Ah, I’m sorry. I’m sorry for appreciating and being interested in Asian cultures. I’m sorry for finding Asian people more attractive. I’m really sorry for loving Japan, Korea, China, Taiwan etc. but especially Japan and Korea, because I’m simply more interested in Japan & Korea than in other Asian countries. I thought I was allowed to love what I want without people always judging me but I forgot, that’s reality.
If you still think I’m a weeaboo or a koreaboo then go on and continue thinking so, ‘cause I know I’m not and everyone who knows me, knows I’m not.
Thanks for reading!
Really though? Stop trying to justify your fetishization. There is no Asian overculture that you can just latch on to.
‘that’s like saying all straight people are homophobes’ you’re right being born attracted to only the opposite sex is exactly like choosing to be attracted to your 2-dimensional image of ‘asains’
‘but I have preferences for guys of all different races’ that’s not a preference for one race
‘guys I know talk about how they want asian women all the time and it’s never seen as a big deal’ nope that is also pretty gross and usually even more harmful. Although I don’t think women fetishizing poc gets more criticism as far as I know.
Sexual preference is not racism, and people are allowed to have a fetish and there is nothing wrong with it unless it’s extremely obsessive to the point where it’s harming somebody physically. I say physically for a reason. The only way sexual preference is racism, is when someone specifically excludes a race from their sexual preference solely based on skin color. There’s no reason to crucify someone for having a liking to one thing over another. A person is allowed to have an infatuation with a culture that is foreign to their own, and is allowed to express this but must also take into consideration what they represent. If the person wants to fall in love with an Asian, go for it, more power to you. If they decide to get married and both want to practice the same religion, where one person is foreign to that religion, by all fucking means - go for it.
Culture is meant to be expressed, meant to be felt and meant to be seen. If people wish to practice a different culture that isn’t native of their own, there’s no fucking rule that prohibits this, unless your religion specifically banishes outsiders or considers it extreme taboo. You don’t go to Japan, or you don’t travel to ireland, Or Germany, or go anywhere in the world to experience the life you’ve been living. You go to these places to get away from the life you’ve been living. Protecting a culture and it’s origin is okay, prohibiting and not allowing people to experience it or be apart of it is not.
Be the better person and actually rise up to teach someone about your culture with inviting arms when you see someone like this, don’t close the door on their face out of spite or bitterness. You should be happy to share with them where you and/or your ancestors come from. You shouldn’t spread hatred in the hearts of those who wish to know more of a culture, or be apart of it, but instead you should feel happy to put a little piece of your heritage in someones hands if you feel they’ll cherish it themselves.
This goes out to everyone. All of those people on the internet who are starting wars with other people. You’re pushing your ways into a vessel of hate and it’s absolutely disgusting. If someone is ill-informed, you teach them - kindly. You don’t bash someone, and claim that “I’m not obligated to be nice.”.
Nobody is fucking obligated to be nice you inconsiderate nin-com-poop, but we do it out of the generosity of our fucking hearts, and if you can’t take the time to actually stop and try to take a passive-positive stance on a situation without harming someone, you’re a heartless and I’m going to get you with my keyblade.
Don’t spread hate, spread love.
Above: a white man who has no idea what he’s talking about and uses vaguely threatening videogame references giving his unwanted opinion on fetishization. The dudebro of dudebros.
Here, this is for you, and all the white peoples out there who ‘just have preferences’~