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Email Subject: An Adventurous Asian American Male is an Oxymoron!
I found your site while reading the â€œSingles Abroadâ€ site.
I truly love it and am pleasantly shocked to find that itâ€™s been written by a fellow Asian American male that was in the same boat.
Your observations on American females is right-on and not â€œPCâ€!
Iâ€™m also amazed that you were once a â€œFundieâ€ but escaped that mind-trap!
Yes, I did as you did in the States.
Went to useless â€œsinglesâ€ workshops, tried to â€œshareâ€ with women and â€œlistenâ€ to them.
I took many seminars, tried the singles ads, and went to a church singles group that was pathetic:
all without result.
And if you are wondering the San Francisco Bay Area is the worst place in the world for single heterosexual men despite a large Gay population.
The women there are either Lesbian or radical feminists or man-haters with a slim margin who are decent.
BTW, what is your opinion on Asian American females?
I find most of them very stuck-up and will not give their own kind the time of day.
I made my escape to Thailand and now live happily in a beach-front condo in Jomtien Beach :
What a world of difference it is between the Gender hell the States has become and LOS!
Life here is not perfect but Iâ€™m the happiest Iâ€™ve ever been.
Thai women are superior to American females on all counts.
I am in awe as Asian American men are mostly tied to their Momâ€™s aprons strings, uptight and unadventurous and scared of doing what they want for fear of offending someone.
Iâ€™ve met very few Asian American men with the balls to venture outside their comfort zone and dare to live overseas (and mate with fine young girls!).
My hatâ€™s off to you, please reply as I feel thereâ€™s something valuable in your insights.
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"It takes far less effort to find and move to the society that has what you want than it does to try to reconstruct an existing society to match your standards." - Harry Browne, How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World
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