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“When I was young I felt that I wasn’t worthy,” he recalls.“I was being rejected by a lot of people and I didn’t know why.” However, most of it changed for him when he went to live in the US.
Min refers me to the website after our interview starts but the term itself seems pretty self-explanatory: basically negating people out of your dating radar based on their race.“IF you’re going to look for a husband, go to America or Europe.” Those words were from a well-travelled Asian who I met at a speed-dating event one night.Upon hearing them, I felt like this bleak cynicism about the Australian dating scene pierced open a sleeping concern.Min enlightens me with the common concerns he’s heard from Asian men as a result of sexual racism, such as “I think I’m being discriminated against but I’m not sure. The creators of wanted to acknowledge such shared experiences, to give it a name and to identify the consequences of it.Issues such as detriment to self-esteem and identity came up frequently, especially when people came to feel like they were only being seen for their ethnicity.And more importantly, what should I expect on my personal journey in finding the perfect puppy-rearing partner.
____________ “ARE you familiar with the term sexual racism?
“A lot of Americans specifically want to date Asians,” he says.
When Peter returned, he felt more proud of his cultural identity and started to see that discrimination was the problem, not him.
What terms and conditions have I involuntarily signed up to?
What kind of separate eco-system do I participate in?
“Am I fetishising the Greek race if I like their men because of their physical features, their culture and food? “Does it make my current relationship any less valid given [my boyfriend] Simon is Greek/Italian?