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[Cross-culture marriage] [Original]Is “white fever” fading?   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2013-6-27 16:33:55 |Display all floors
This post was edited by gavingy at 2013-6-27 16:34

Sorry but i found the terms "white fever" and "asian fetish" kinda racist, or at least ethnocentric. They are most likely coined by some xenophobic nationalists, both here and in the west. I'm not bashing anyone, just saying that these two expressions only highlight the racial differences among people, whereas in actuality humans belong to one race where we have more in common than what these terms suggest. Therefore, try to put people in different categories according to their skin colors seems pretty unwise. Just my opinion tho.
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BeautifulChina Post time: 2013-6-27 16:13
White women are psychologically insane; good for sex, but nothing more.

But, Chinese men look jus ...

Ok just read your comment. How could a woman have sexual intercourse with another woman without knowing it back in stone age? That's just plain absurd. No offense really.
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gavingy Post time: 2013-6-27 16:43
Ok just read your comment. How could a woman have sexual intercourse with another woman without kn ...

There are many cues that females of a sexually dimorphic species uses: height, pheromones, shoulder to hip ratio, muscle mass, body hair and skin roughness, the presence of a penis and testicles, the lack of bulging breasts, overall larger body size, etc.  Much of this evolved before the primate split, such as the presence of a penis and testicles.   

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Post time 2013-6-27 20:23:02 |Display all floors
The contagiousness of "white fever" depends heavily on China's economy. If China is doing well, like in the last years, "white fever" as we know it will fade much faster.


I disagree. I don't belive the economy has anything to do with it. I don't think 'white fever' will fade until Chinese men (in general) start treating Chinese women as equals, rather than servants; and when Chinese men over age 25 will open their minds to consider women of their own age, instead of being shallow and only looking for the HYT. (Hot Young Things)

My fiancé told me yesterday she read an article that said Japanese women sometimes prepare condoms for their husbands when they travel for work. Since they cannot stop them from cheating, they can at least try to stop them bringing disease home to them. That is so sad, that they KNOW they are cheating, but feel powerless to stop it.

To westerners, Chinese seems to be a male chauvanist society, but they are miles ahead of Japan, in that regard. ;)

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lil.azngurl Post time: 2013-6-27 15:29
I have a scientific theory that Chinese women are more attracted to foreign men than Chinese men, an ...

I don't believe it
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Smaug Post time: 2013-6-27 20:23
I disagree. I don't belive the economy has anything to do with it. I don't think 'white fever' wil ...

Chinese guys are doing better than Japanese in sex equality
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DSseeing Post time: 2013-6-28 16:55
Chinese guys are doing better than Japanese in sex equality

Isn't it odd that Japan is so technologicially advanced, but so socially primitive? Those male-dominated customs are right out of the 19th century. There was that one politician recently who said that there is no need to preserve the life of women past child-bearing age. (or something like that) Wow, he shot himself in the foot there...

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