When pressed enough, 9/10 times Asian women will admit that they simply prefer White male features. Tall noses, eye color, etc.
Why don’t they just admit it?
It would be easier, wouldn’t it, than coming up with a million conflicting reasons why they cannot bear to be with an Asian guy, but can bear to be with dozens of white men. It’s merely selective bias. On top of that I sincerely doubt that most Eurasians, including myself, are going to be able to rationalize this away in the next twenty years; the “misogyny” excuses only goes so far, as does “my mom was a Korean waitress and my dad a GI,” excuse.
Eventually what happens is he too will face the “Asian men aren’t attractive” slur.
My belief is that Asian women don’t admit this out of some unconscious guilt, that they truly do feel sorry for the Asian men they are discarding, because they know for a fact the reality is that White men are just more physically attractive. But why not just cut to the chase and let them know that their existence is essentially meaningless? Is that any more cruel than wrapping a string around their finger, and telling them that it’s because of their behavior?
Japan, as many know, is facing a demographic crisis. I often wondered if this was because men realized that a white guy could do what a Japanese man only dreamed of after decades of hard work, except he could do it in half an hour. And as a Eurasian it’s fairly obvious, especially if you like Asian women, that they harshly penalize Asian features – to the extent that it’s obviously because of looks.
I wonder what the Eurasian feels like knowing he was the direct fallout from this holocaust of evolution. The myth of the successful, happy Eurasian is just that: a myth. I sincerely doubt there are any Eurasians out there right down to Daniel Henney who hasn’t thought about this. And if they haven’t they’re probably so deeply entrenched in the loner lifestyle that they’ve just given up thinking about it.
The bottom line is that Asian women themselves know the truth. Nobody else does. And ultimately they’re going to have to explain it away to their children, millions of us, and no longer rely on the “Hapas are beautiful” slogan to make it easier.