It seems that the people with the best chance of falling in love these days are whites or Latinos. I noticed that white and Latino people are usually the ones who date and then marry. And when I see Asian women, a lot of times, they are with white men. But I don't see a lot of white women with Asian men (like I do with Latino men) and if I do, they divorce a lot. And I also noticed that black relationships tend to last not very long as well.
It seems that whites and Latinos seem more compatible with each for some reason, as opposed to the other races. And if Asians do get accepted, it's more so the females than the males. I mean, I've gotten into a lot of trouble for consorting with white women, while the white men freely scoop up Asian women, so it's double standards.
A lot of romance seems to be hindered by ethnic stereotypes and whites and Latinos get less affected. Like, there's a lot of negative connotations associated with African Americans, East Asian men, Indians, Arabs, etc., while Caucasians and Hispanics have it better than we do.
Sometimes, I wonder if whites and Latinos have the lion's share of romance, while South Asian, Middle Eastern, East Asian, and black men all get thrown in the dumpster.
If so, how can a man of ethnic heritage like myself, impress the white women?
Most Helpful Girl
I don't know man life is unfair0
Most Helpful Guy
Women of all races and skin color don't have problems getting a man's attention. Can't say the same for men of all races and skin color though. Guys like South Asian guys like Indian guys for example, East Asian guys, or darker skinned guys of other races not counting black guys have it really tough. The racially disadvantaged guys still have a shot if they can compensate by being either tall, rich, buff, or really light skinned (not counting East Asian guys for light skinned).0
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