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I went out with the guy who drove me home for seven months and if anyone asked how we met, we just said that we met at a party, not a party for black women and Asian men.
Even though things didn’t become serious between us, I still count the experience as one of the best times in my in my life.
People who are open to dating anyone don’t walk around with signs on their heads, so race-based events can eliminate the question of “Will he/she reject me because of my race”.
Well, there was no more boyfriend drama after the party because I moved on.
More couples joined in and soon, my new dance partner and I found ourselves in a four-way grind on the dance floor!
Grinding eventually led to making out and I spent the rest of the night kissing and talking with my new friend.
People began pairing off and some couples started making out.
After getting a bit tipsy, I began dancing and the next thing I knew, a cute Chinese guy that I had recently met, got behind me and started dancing with me.
The event was definitely a success and even though we all came together to meet males/females of a certain race, at the end of the night, we were just guys and girls having fun and getting lucky.
I was a bit nervous, but no sooner than I had grabbed a beer, a nice Taiwanese man who happened to be standing near me began chatting with me.
We talked about everything from old school Hip Hop to outdoor sports and as the night went on, I ended up meeting a banker, a DJ, and a filmmaker, among others, all of whom were equally cool and interesting. They were all educated and eclectic and it was nice to have real conversations with no cattiness involved.
In four years of high school, there were only three Asian kids at my school, including a cute Chinese boy that I ended up having a crush on in tenth grade, but he transferred to another school just as we were becoming friends.
As an adult, I dated a few Asian guys and had been interested in meeting more, especially since I was studying Japanese and Korean, so a few years ago when a friend of mine invited me to party he was hosting at his house for black women and Asian men, I was all for it.And the statistics say that most of those white men are looking to date someone who “share their racial background.” That means that, for the most part, black women’s profiles are passed by.