Asian men dating outside their race

I got on it when I was bored and paid for an upgraded subscription that allowed me to move my location to Pyeongchang to see the pool of users there ― no shame. Bumble and OKC have been the best so far in terms of matches and responses.However, I get the sense that not many women that make their way to Pittsburgh are looking for a guy who looks or thinks like me.The women I have dated understood that I desired equality within a relationship, that we would be partners. Nobody has ever said to me, “I’m not into Asian guys.” That said, actions speak louder than words, and I don’t match as often as I’d like on dating apps in Pittsburgh. I’m a pharmacist and I was engaged to someone who didn’t graduate college, and it created such a problem in my family.

I don’t place financial status at the forefront when searching for partners, and neither should my mother, because she did everything right in raising me to be the independent person that I am. At the time, I was working and living in New York City. I appreciated the experiences we shared, but looking back, I think I let my insecurities get in the way of fully living in the moment of our relationship.

Not only do I not wish to date within my own race, I prefer to date my own gender.

This has caused a great rift between her and I, and only now has the subject been periodically breached, as I’m very open about my sexuality and my current partners.

Personally, I don’t date them because I just think we’d be very different culturally.

Do you ever struggle with balancing your parents’ expectations with what you’re looking for in a partner?

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