Asians are sexy.
Queue all immature stereotypes. Small penis, squinty eyes, terrible drivers (okay, I agree with this one, but I digress), short, smell funny, look the same, etc.
First of all, shove your stereotypes and get a load of this. While living in ’Murica, I never had interest in Asian men. Hollywood culture led me to believe Asian men can kick ass but not get a kiss. In terms of the white man’s power, Asian men almost always fall inferior. They only succeed in terms of intellectual ability.
“Don’t they have small penises?” Rebuttal. What about white guys? Don’t they have small penises too? Newsflash—penises come in different slants, sizes, and colors. Here’s one for you ladies. Don’t knock it till you rock it.
“I’m pretty sure they all look the same.” Wrong. Living in Okinawa, I realize not all Asians are created equal…just like Westerners. Do we all look the same? No. Neither do Asians. There are differences and I can tell Okinawans from mainland Japanese.
Moral of the story—open your mind. Once I did, my options increased and I realized I was living in a sea of really attractive Asian men… May the odds be ever in your favor. *Cue Hunger Games music*
1. Facial Structures and Lips
High cheek bones and angular jaw lines are enough to make me swoon. I love a man with a defined jaw. Because Asian cheek bones are so high, it gives them a youthful appearance. So while some of us will look like shit by our mid 40s, they will still strut like they’re 30. I have to hand it to Asian men. The part of their body that rocks is their lips. They’re usually full and utterly kissable looking.
2. Lean Bodies
I dislike men that aren’t fit or into fitness. As a woman who likes to work out and keep a good figure, I would like my man to do the same. Good genetics and diet place them as being leaner but when they work out… Hold the phone sister, is that Asian Ken doll walking by?
3. Less Aggressive
Don’t get me wrong. I’m not saying there aren’t aggressive men in Asia. There are cases of domestic violence wherever you go in the world. I see Okinawans and Asians as less aggressive and less attuned to the Western side of masculinity. They don’t have the same ideals of machismo and for me, that’s a relief.
Since I was young, I’ve been attracted to Asian cultures and languages. Whether it was the mystique of their culture, their ways of seeing the world or encountering a culture so different from my own, I was hooked. While Mexican and Italian culture hold their own merits, there’s something fulfilling about walking in a Hanok or Japanese style house, gazing at phoenixes or dragons and walking along the tatami or heated floor. The way the sliding paper door moves makes you feel like you’re entering an entirely new world.
You may think, yeah right! Their eyes are so small and slanted. What makes them so special anyway?
I guess it’s the fact they’re different. I’ve all ready seen gold, green, blue, and hazel eyes. It’s exotic and different and I like it.