And it’s understandable why they would reference these statistics.
Many people think that Asian Men have no problems in the dating market , and often when we talk about our experiences, no one listens to us assuming that we are just ”.
The vocal minority claims that all we need to do is go on a quest of personal improvement , and magically , these dating woes will just magically disappear.
But let’s start by looking at the raw statistics for the interracial dating disparity between Asian men and women, because they don’t lie.
The answer to all feminist (and yes liberal women too) women’s relationship woes could be looking back at them in the mirror.
For example, Jenavieve Hatch with the Huffington Post wrote an article titled, “Dating App Defends Woman Who Dared Ask Man About His Career – Bumble embraces the radical idea that sexism should not be tolerated.” This article written by a well-known feminist who believes men should not be offended if a woman asks her on-line acquaintance about his career and employment status.
It’s actually the opposite, it’s what’s going to make your man more of a man.
Obviously, there are exceptions to this rule even in Europe, but I’m talking about the general standards. Not because she can’t afford to pay for herself, but because she allows him to take care of her and that, in turn, makes him feel more like a man.
2) Why is paying on the first date such a taboo in Canada? 3) I’m going to make a lot of feminists unhappy with this point – traditional roles of a man and a woman is what we all need to stick to.
This type of online dating is called “dialing for dollars.” Women are hoping to dial-up the right profile on a dating site for good-looking man with lots of dollars in the bank account.
Hatch specifically is talking about Bumbler, a dating website conceived by anti-male feminist in an attempt to re-engineer social expectations of modern dating.