Advantages of dating a shorter man
The statistics for White-Asian interracial marriages in the San Francisco Bay Area are even more extreme - something like a 4 to 1 ratio for White males versus Asian males.)As a result, the odds are against Asian males romantically.Not only are there fewer possible marriage prospects due to Asian women marrying outside the race, but trying to do likewise (date White females) is an uphill battle for Asian males. Once in a while, when meeting new people, I'll be surprised and taken aback by how friendly a lady is to me.According to Ok Cupid, white females are 38% more likely to respond to a White male than an Asian male.Asian women marry outside the race at twice the rate of Asian men.Upon reflection, I realize what made the interaction surprising is that the lady is White.Later I'll usually discover the White female is in or has had some earlier romantic relationship with a non-White male.If you look at the top of the page under my name, you’ll see two short sentences: Understand Men. I don’t think it’s a stretch to say that if men understood women, they’d do better with women.Nor is it surprising that women who understand men do better with men.
To get more information about this and other highly important topics, sign up for your free subscription to our weekly Six "Be Safe, Live Long & Prosper" e-newsletter.Furthermore, mainstream media gives Asian males few role models to emulate in social and romantic situations. This is a breakthrough role for an Asian male, and I believe indicative of a shift in societal perceptions, even if the ratings for the show are challenged.In recent years I have been noticing an increase in the number of younger Asian male-White female couples, as well as non-traditional interracial couples of all combinations."When height is an indicator of health, this is not surprising, and if females are programmed to look for health, they would end up with taller males," Gould says. Dunbar of the University of Liverpool and colleagues studied 3,200 men in their 20s to 50s, whose average height was 5'6." They found: Are Tall Men Happier?"It's entirely plausible this is true." And a study published in the journal Nature seems to back up this theory. Despite what the numbers say, being tall does not automatically mean a man will lead a happy, successful life--or that a shorter man won't.