Is it true? Do people think Indian men are weird or something? What if they were born here? It seems like Indian guys are going to have to work a lot harder to get girls. What are they supposed to do? What if the guy was Indian, but had a very western upbringing? Like he pretty much acted like any other western male, but just looked Indian, and perhaps wears a turban. Seriously man whats a guy supposed to do? Unless they live a ethnically diverse area, it seems impossible.
Most Helpful Girl
I'm not attracted to or interested in dating Indian men. Most of the Indian guys I've ever met were very arrogant. They carry themselves like they're God's special people, and they tend to look down on white people as part of their sense of superiority.
What's worse is that Indian men also have the reputation of being abusive and disrespectful of women, that they don't view us as equals to men. This is a total dealbreaker for me. I would *never* be with a guy who thought he possessed the right to lord over me.
Aside from that, there's just too large a cultural divide between us. I have no desire to be in a relationship that lacks the basic commonality of shared culture. Why add that element of misunderstanding into a relationship if you don't actually have to? In fact, I think that's why most Indians date other Indians, because they find it easier to find compatibility with someone of their own background.2
Most Helpful Guy
What you have to understand a bout women, particularly White women in America is that they have very specific ideas about race and what the men from these races are and represent.
It doesn't not matter if this idea is a real description of who you are, or not. Once the idea is in her head, it stay there, and if that idea is not something she has been convinced is 'hot' she will not accept you.
My advice would be to meet a foreign woman who is more interested in getting to know men on a personal level before she decides if she likes them, instead of one from the West who essentially just wants whatever man-shaped cardboard cutout is fashionable at the time.