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I've known calculating Indonesian women who cared for nothing but how much money they could extract from their date.
Moreover, not all (for example) Indonesian women are alike.You might as well ask "how do humans feel about what kind of discipline should be used in raising children?" As an American female who has lived in Asia (Indonesia, to be precise) for 12 of the last 17 years, I assure you, there are as many answers to that question are there are single Asian women who have ever dated/thought about dating an American man.So let me rephrase it: How common IRL is the stereotype of the American geek with an Asian-girl fetish, who goes to Japan or Thailand or Indonesia, blatantly on the make? I was thinking of the earnest self-righteous slightly hypocritical kind, who gets indignant about things Everyone Knows Are Important like recycling, wearing seatbelts at all times, who coughs pointedly at smokers, etc, but doesn't care about social activism much outside that.I mean, I'm picturing Asian women cringing at the mere sight of a white guy with an anime character on his shirt -- "Here comes another gaijin; I'm gonna pretend I don't speak English and hope he's not fluent in Japanese." Or are there not that many such men, and not as obnoxious? I would contrast that with the "fuck you I'll dump my plastic bags in the ocean if I want to" cowboy type.The Spanish girls got the no-strings-attached practice, the dudes got the no-strings-attached sex (which might involve relatively "out there" stuff), both parties were happy.
Those same girls would have made a local guy jump through enough loops to count as an Olympic sport.
It's very superficial and earnest, like Captain America or Superman.
Unnaturally white and straight teeth, possibly unnatural tan, very picture-perfect and superficially flawless.
Of course, if you are rich in Brazil, none of this applies. Is it at ALL common for people from other countries to find an American type accent sexy?
I was just thinking about something similar last night but with accents. As a non-US woman with a US American husband, I think I can talk about this!
Not fantasize, really, and nobody gave a shit about whether they were American, Canadian or from Papua-New Guinea, but when I was growing up (1980s Spain), "foreign tourists traveling woman-less" were generally viewed as an object of...