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I find far east Indian women very sexy and have been trying to talk to one to see what it's like. The only ones I can even get close to talking are the "white washed" Indian. Even then I was shut down. I got a number I texted her and tried to call a few days later and she had blocked my number. I have never seen an Indian date outside of they're race. Any one more experienced have any tips, or what its like? Am I messing out on anything there?
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From what I hear from my Indian friends and experience, Indian women can be a tough nut to crack. It is unfortunate, since they are generally attractive, but I am not sure how easy they are to communicate with.
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Well at least they are 'loyal' to their men, unlike many sellout Asian females in the United States and abroad.
In New York City, I've seen some Indian females date-out of their race with East Asian men, White males and Black men. Try finding a 'westernized' or 'white-washed' Indian female--as you mentioned in your post; they're more willing to date interracially than their FOB (Fresh-of-the-boat) cousins.
Also, I have read somewhere (I think it was an Asian forum) that Indian College girls date White men in large quantities in some parts of the U.S. In fact, so much so, that some Indian men resent it. I think there were talking about Chicago and all the colleges there. ...