White man dating indian woman
So I don't fully agree with you, but you're entitled to your opinion and can see why you might feel that way. I've seen a lot of guys 'fed up' with Western women or unable to find a woman in the West seeking brides from Asia (especially Thailand/Philippines/Indonesia), Latin America and Eastern Europe, but I don't think I've ever seen or heard of a Western guy going to India to find a wife, and I don't think I've ever seen a Western guy with an Indian woman in public unless the Indian woman was born/raised in a Western country. Most people replying to my post take "Indian" in a racial context but I meant it more in a cultural context. I actually got to meet her granduncle this weekend.
He came to the US back in the late 60s and married a white American woman so an interracial relationship isn't really a new idea for them.
You need the flashy ride, a big house, manicured fingers and hairless on your body LOL and to have a standing lower than anyone else in their family barring children. She does not nag me about my appearance but I take care of myself.
Does she expect you to have a weekly haircut and carwash? The Indian race was not specifically what I was referring to in my post so much as place of origin and cultural values.
It is about taking care of your own and not giving a damn about what anyone else thinks.
My wife is very active in the Indian communities in Charlotte, Greensboro and Raleigh.
If you do that, there's a good chance that word will get around about you and, assuming you are a good-hearted individual, parents will probably try to set you up with their daughters.
I have to stress here; you get out what you put in.
But that's also one of the reasons they are so desirable; they have an affinity for raising a respectable family.
Most of the women I dated had unrealistic expectations; haven't met a prince charming myself and I have a lot of guy friends. Well, let me start off by repeating what I have already said, 'it is not my intent to disparage all American women'. I feel like that probably puts me on the "above average" side of dating from a purely numerical basis. That's absolutely great for teenagers trying to find themselves but really shitty for family life.
I have dated women from all over the globe; Central American, South American, Asian, sub-Asian, European... Family is about committing to your partner absolutely.
That attitude will always cause a relationship to fail and that has been my overwhelming experience with American women.
That being said, I don't have a very high opinion of most American men either...