I tried to diversify my interests and look at non-white women like Tyra Banks or Audrey Quock. But I labored in vain. I tried to lie to myself that all women are attractive. But I cannot hide it anymore. I only like white women and no women of other races, even my own. The truth has been revealed.
The thing is, most Korean American men prefer Asian women and I don't. I could never relate to most Asian women, since I'm an aspiring cyber security engineer and most of them are into things like pre-med. And I really don't like it when Asian women act all cutesy and flash the v-sign and things like that. Another thing is that most Asian women tend to be short around 5'2" and that's too tiny for me, since I am 6'2" (yes, that's rare for Korean descendants).
The reason why I prefer white women is not only because of how they look, but because of how they sound. They have such beautiful voices, whether they're white American, German, English, Italian, etc. I cannot expect the same vocal beauty from others (Asians, African Americans, Hispanics, etc.)
And on top of it all, I love European culture. If I could pick any language I want to speak, I choose German, since I loved Germany since high school and attempted the language in college. I have a poster of something written in German. Not to mention that I love eating at German restaurants and think the food is great. People tell me to embrace my Korean heritage, but I don't, since I don't really feel connection to it.
What do you think, guys and girls? Is it normal for a Korean American man to only like white women, even more than his own race?
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There's nothing wrong with your preference. You like what you like.
Plus, no one is saying that you only should be attracted to Korean American women.
However, I agree with people who say you should embrace your heritage. It's who you are and you can't change that.
So, yes, it's normal.
I don't. I find Korean food repulsive and love eating Western food more. And I hate how a lot of Korean parents want their kids to become doctors or go to Harvard. Not for me, I want to become a cyber security engineer.
And I hate how straight-laced the Korean culture is. I'm growing my hair long, I dress like a goth, and I listen to heavy metal and industrial music. And I love the mosh pits, fuck that stupid Gangnam Style garbage.
And I hate those stupid Korean dramas when the men act like man-kittens who are strangely always around for the women. I am a hardass who enjoys stuff like The Crow, the Matrix anthology, Mortal Kombat (only the old stuff), and horror slashers.
I see that you're different and like different things. You're free to have your preferences.
But I guess other people might think you hate yourself.