Some people have accused me of having “yellow fever”. That is, a fetish for ladies from East Asia. However, that is simply not true. I can find beauty in all cultures and ethnicities. For the first 20 years of my life, I grew up in Australia, so I’ve had a decent exposure to Australian / Western women.
In my twenties, I spent a lot of time in Asia, working and studying abroad, so I’ve also had quite a lot of experience with Asian ladies, specifically, Chinese and Japanese women. I ended up meeting my wife in China (who’s Chinese) and we’ve been married to this very day.
So in this video, I’d like to discuss my perceptions of Australian women versus East Asian women, at least in the context of relationships. I’ll just start with a disclaimer — these are only my opinions. I can’t possibly speak for all Western men. And certainly, my opinions on Australian women, or Asian women, will obviously not apply to all women. I can only speak from my experiences.
So let’s get on with on it. Back in high school, most girls showed me little attention. I wasn’t very popular, and most of the physically attractive girls hung around with the popular boys pretty much exclusively. I occasionally had a girl who showed some interest in me, but I would invariably stuff it up somehow by showing my affection. They were happy being friends with me, but as soon as I showed them that I wanted to take things further, they would immediately run for the hills, so to speak. I felt like an outcast. Girls were happy with me as long as I was being funny. But otherwise, I was simply not boyfriend material.
Over the next couple of years, I had a few more love interests, all Aussie girls. I won’t bore you with the details, but let me just say that they all didn’t pan out very well. I had girls bring their new boyfriends to my house yelling at me. I had girls at the back of chemistry class giggling at me. I was hopeless when it came to women, or at least, Aussie women.
But then one day, I got a job offer in Japan. I figured I had nothing to lose, so I took the plunge. I was 22, had nothing but horror stories about my relationships in Australia, and just wanted to get the hell of here. In the first couple of months, Japan was quite hectic and stressful, but over time, I learnt to cope and started to notice an interesting thing. Japanese women were really showing interest in me. They’d come up to me at work and practise their English with me. They’d ask me if I’d like to go out to lunch with them, etc.
I had a couple of small relationships here and there, but finally, I found a girl that I really liked. She was a couple of years older than me, but really made me feel special. She would come to my place after work and cook me traditional Japanese food. She would give me a shoulder massage when I was stressed. She really wanted to show me that I was special.
To cut a long story short, I ended up moving to China and met my future wife. As I have seen with other Asian women, she’s incredibly caring, very thoughtful of my feelings, doesn’t care if I wear a baseball cap to a fancy restaurant, or sneakers to the ballet. She’s happy for me to wear whatever I want without making me feel embarrassed by it.
On the other hand, the Aussie women in my life have almost always made me feel bad about myself. They’ve been bossy, domineering, and not very caring about how I feel.
There’s a saying that goes something like this. “A good wife makes a good man”. I think it would also follow that “A bad wife breaks a man”.
I can’t speak for everyone. I’m sure there are many great Aussie wives and girlfriends out there. Likewise, I’m sure there are Asian women out there who are very controlling and domineering.
I understand why Aussie women are the way they are. Females in the corporate world — at least in Australia — have to be strong. They have to be direct. They have to show people who’s boss. If they don’t, they won’t be able to climb the corporate ladder. However, I’ve noticed that this attitude is spilling over into the normal world.
Now that I’ve experienced living and working in Asia and Australia, and have experienced relationships with both Western and Asian women, I’ve realised that I no longer can get on with Australia women. Well, I can feign interest, but all the time I’m saying to myself, “How can you be so rude? How can you treat your husband/boyfriend so poorly?”.
Luckily, we all have choices. You can choose to be in a relationship with a domineering woman, or you can choose to be in one with somebody who really cares about you. I’ve chosen the latter, and sadly, people have labelled me as having an Asian fetish because of it.
At first, women demanded equality, but now some of them are demanding complete and utter domination over men. It’s a sad state of affairs.
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