I feel I have some interesting insight into this question, as I played college football as an Asian-American - something that's not stereotypical for most Asian-American guys to do. I grew up as an Asian-American in the Midwest, where most of my friends and peers were white, and a few were black.I think I might have been one of the two or three Asian-Americans in my grade.If you're seeking speed dating criteria in a mate, such as someone of similar ethnicity, age, or even interest, speed dating can also introduce you to a lot of singles who fit your criteria.
TMZ obtained this video of the Cavaliers star, rocking a white hoodie, with the woman strolling behind him into the Four Seasons early Sunday, around 5 AM.The unidentified woman was also seen hanging all over Tristan at an NYC nightclub earlier in the evening.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.This will help balance the dating situation and move us towards that promised post-racial society.I was a tall Asian-American kid who was often one of the better athletes on the playground at recess.
(Man, I miss recess and coming back into class all sweaty and gross with my Horace Grant-Scottie Pippen-Michael Jordan t-shirt soaked completely through and not caring. So I went on a streak of dating a lot of Asian girls, wonderful women.I am bigger than a lot of Asian guys." That's something some of them would say, and I understood that. Some girls just have a lot of cushion and are self-conscious about it.Maybe they just ate a lot of rice or milk growing up. But then, when I would meet Asian girls who only dated white guys who didn't have that kind of reasoning, I found these girls often shared some characteristics. The Asian-American woman who dates only white guys.My town had one high school, just to give you an idea of how big the town was.I grew up feeling self-conscious about being Asian growing up - my hair grew too straight and unyielding even to the strongest of hair gels, my eyes were weird, and our refrigerator smelled funny to my friends (and me, back then).Just that sick touchdown I threw to my buddy was what mattered...)I remember growing up when puberty started to kick in for everyone, having a lot of the girls I had huge crushes on ending up liking me. But I couldn't get over the fact that I was Asian, and I couldn't fathom how or why they would fall for me. So I never ended up dating any one of them or kept saying no to them like a huge wuss. As I got older, I went to college, played on the college football team, and I started to become really proud of my Asian background. And then I ended up branching out and dating white, black, purple girls - it's as if the world had come full circle, back to where I was in my childhood.