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What do Polish girls think about dating Asian guys?


grubas 12 | 1,390
25 Mar 2011 #61
Why would i need to move there?

Because most of Poles in Poland don't share you interests.

Trust me you should, more white girls like asian guys than you think, especially Polish girls, like me ;)

Yea I agree,in Asia or UK.
dantheman
9 May 2011 #62
It's like in any country, some girls will be attracted to asian guys, some won't. I'm a Korean guy who visited Poland recently and I got a looot of attention from girls. But that's not just because I was Asian but because I'm social, fit and do decently with girls in general. The Asian-ness was just an added "exotic" factor for a country where there aren't that many Asians. One thing I did hear was that they liked I was tall for an Asian (180cm - which isn't even really all that tall)

I fell in love with the country and I plan to go back soon.
bimbi
28 Dec 2011 #63
I am a polish girl dating a japanese guy
but there is a thing about my character

I watched a lot of anime,and I was interested in asian culture since I was a teen.
So naturally I grew with the expectations that my future boyfriend would look like a guy straight from asian TV drama ...
...NOT

But still,he has the character,
and he understands what I'm talking about haha!something that no Polish or British guy could

So the factor was : compelling character

Asking my other polish friends,they look bit sceptically at me,then they admit that some tall,lean chinese guys look attractive...hmm,Bruce Lee stereotype??

Many polish girls,they like it bit rough - arguing now and then,soap opera drama-like reactions to some situations,then a big sexy time

me...I don't
so I chose my cute yet obnoxious ninja.I like that he cares for me and listen to what I have to say
He also admitted that European girls expect the guy to have a strong opinion,something that asian guys lack,
as they try to fit to the girls suggestions,maybe that's why some girls view them as kind of 'mellow'...
ColdSteel - | 20
28 Dec 2011 #64
However, there will be a small percentage that will infuse genes into other genepools. Poland has infused a great deal of genes into numerous genepools all over the world.

Gee, people like you creep me out.

If you aren't attracted to foreign or exotic people, you think highly of traditional and ordinary families, fine, but why make pseudoscientific weird theories which have nothing to do with facts?

Do everyone a favour and don't write complete rubbish about genetics, because you obviously don't know a thing about it.

It's like in any country, some girls will be attracted to Asian guys, some won't. I'm a Korean guy who visited Poland recently and I got a looot of attention from girls.

Ehehehe, a lot of Poles believe that all Asians are like 150 cm tall.
Halloween - | 30
28 Dec 2011 #65
nah, we exactly know they are 165 cm average.
a-san
28 Dec 2011 #66
How do polish girls think about dating Asian (Yellow) guys?

Hmm, I guess it is an individual matter, I know girls who aren't attracted to Asian guys, but there are also those who like them a lot :) Personally I think Asian- Japanese, Korean, Chinese guys are very attractive, not only because of their usually great look, but also because of their culture, behavior, and even voice and nice sounding language ^-^ I'm learning Japanese for example, which I believe is wonderful, and I've got to admit it sounds really amazing spoken by a guy with a nice voice ;D I suppose there are a lot of things that may attract women in Asian guys.
Francis D
29 Dec 2011 #67
Anybody who promotes multiculturalism is a racist, because multiculturalism is racism.

And for the record blood is everything, and if you disagree its only because your blood has already been contaminated.
JonnyM 11 | 2,620
29 Dec 2011 #68
Another crank. Interesting what he means by 'contaminated blood'. Sounds like something hospitals try hard to avoid.
hottomotto
29 Dec 2011 #69
I am a Japanese guy and my wife is Polish.
As some people said, I think, in most cases, love and relathinship are individual and peronal matter. I'm not so tall (170 cm - average for Japanese guys) nor rich as a Japanese. I was not so much interested in Polish or other European girls or their culcure, and my wife is not really into Japanse pop culture like anime, manga, visua-kei and so on. We've just simply met, had dates and marrried.

So, my opinion is; some Polish girls may like Asian guys, others may not.
bobbysingh 1 | 16
2 Jan 2012 #70
Polish girls on an average are good, so as long as you are good to them, all is well. I've had no problems as of yet, in fact, I am having a good time, so yea!
diesel - | 2
4 Jan 2012 #71
Aside from the naive and blatant racism, I find it interesting that some in here think Polish women don't like Asian men. From my experience, being a Filipino, and from my other Filipino friends, one thing we've always noticed over the years is that Polish women usually find us Filipinos attractive.

And by the way, for those who have no knowledge of biology/medicine, a mixing of genes is actually good for the gene pool. Have a look at populations like the Amish people who do inbreeding and where polydactyly (having six fingers etc.) is very common. Or perhaps just the average Wikipedia article on the same topic.
cranky
11 Feb 2012 #72
And for the record blood is everything, and if you disagree its only because your blood has already been contaminated.

This is what someone from Austria said some 70 years ago and he believed it. He is perhaps the most hated human being who ever inhabited the earth.
AmandaMarta
28 Jul 2012 #73
I'm a Canadian-Polish girl who's attracted to Asian guys except Indians. Since I am taller than the average women in Canada (5'5"-5'6"), I am 5'9". I tend to look for guys who are taller than me. I know a lot of Polish girls are interested in mostly European guys. However, there are some Polish girls who like Asians, Blacks, Indians, and etc. It really depends on the person and who they are attracted to.
Wulkan - | 3,249
28 Jul 2012 #74
You know how to make your life hard
4biddenDecibel
15 Oct 2012 #75
Too many people talk about race and culture, this complicates things, I will admit that it can make things difficult, but if it is destined nobody will allow such things to stand in the way.

I myself am a 'mixed breed' as some people have put it, I was born and raised in England my mother is English and my father from Pakistan. I'm now living in Holland, I like culture for the variety it presents but hate the barrier it creates between people at the end of the day guys we are all human living on the same rotating ball, if you like someone and they like you, you should attempt to advance on that if you are going to let culture and race make things difficult then dont, if you have children later it makes things difficult for them I know this first hand (I would tell but it's complicated).

bottomline, dont rush things, take it slow, if you can really see no difficulty in the future then go for it.
BiaBia
21 Jul 2013 #76
I'm polish as well, and honestly I would love to marry outside my gene pool. I have had some interest in Asian culture and Japanese men as well. Living in Canada, I have come to appreciate different cultures. I have many friends who are also Polish and love Japanese culture. I think it is a lot easier for Poles to date outside their culture in Western society, whereas back in Poland it does not happen as often. It's more that they aren't exposed to it because Poland is not that multicultural yet. Also, it definitely depends on the person! We need to get to know the person and not discriminate based on culture!
Louis75
21 Jul 2013 #77
How do Polish girls think about dating Asian

It's an individual choice. I knew a really hot polish girl who dated an Asian guy.

I have many friends who are also Polish and love Japanese culture.

I am one of them :)

I think it is a lot easier for Poles to date outside their culture in Western society

Absolutely but only if you speak fluent or good English.
Henry R - | 18
22 Jul 2013 #78
Francis D: Anybody who promotes multiculturalism is a racist, because multiculturalism is racism.

Couldn't be more right. I totally second that. It is wrong to look down on other races and be mean to them, but it is completely wrong to mix up too much and particularly intermarry. It is surely betraying your race, your culture, and only making your life harder. It's asking for trouble really.
jon357 67 | 16,836
22 Jul 2013 #79
betraying your race

When someone uses a phrase like that, one wonders what sort of a stone they live under. How can someone 'betray' the human race?
Wulkan - | 3,249
22 Jul 2013 #80
Haven't you heard about human races?

If I have to move posts for a second time I will ensure that it doesn't happen a third time by suspending the offenders.

If I have to move posts for a second time I will ensure that it doesn't happen a third time by suspending the offenders.

It would be much easier to move all the posts that are off topic (including the one that is above mine, is jon on some special treatment?) to prevent those situations from happening.
Henry R - | 18
23 Jul 2013 #81
And by the way, for those who have no knowledge of biology/medicine, a mixing of genes is actually good for the gene pool. Have a look at populations like the Amish people who do inbreeding and where polydactyly (having six fingers etc.) is very common.

The genetic pool of a city let alone a country is far greatly varied to even think of it as being inbreeding so as to push your theory here and boldly insert yourself into Europe's genetic pool. Even small villages are genetically diverse enough to breed together for a long, long time before the chance of inbreeding becomes real, particularly if every family members' line is kept in check and recorded. Don't worry, Diesel;) On the other hand, intermarrying with other races, you can catch up and adopt a plethora of genetic defects and disorders ranging from unfavorable conditions like stunted growth, shortness, and coarse facial features to diseases causing impairment and handicap along with an interesting collection of other hideous anomalies other races are known to suffer from which could prove to be debilitating, morbid, and deadly. On this cheerful note, I would like to cordially thank you for so caring about the health of Polish and Europe's genetic pool though that the perturbation to this pool and the system caused by your own alien gene enrichment can only be matched by its purge. Your earnest contribution and sincere diligence are highly appreciated and your goodwill motives are understood as well of course, but as much as we all like to see Europe, and any other country or nation for that matter, healthy, wealthy, and most importantly wise, please help us keep the population makeup of Europe pure and monolithic, as pure and as monolithic--in respective member countries obviously--as possible. Thank you, thank you very much.



jon357 67 | 16,836
23 Jul 2013 #82
a mixing of genes is actually good for the gene pool.

Not only good, but inevitable.

And a marriage across cultures is hope for the future.
Henry R - | 18
23 Jul 2013 #83
a mixing of genes is actually good for the gene pool.

Not only good, but inevitable.

Good? Inevitable?! How is that? I do not see any goodness in that at all, and don't see a slightest reason for its inevitability really. People have been living with each other in small to medium communities in small villages and small cities for tens of thousands of years with very marginal mixing and they lived and traded with others just fine in that respect. Where does this 'inevitability' poison come from now? (I know where it comes from.)

And a marriage across cultures is hope for the future.

"Hope for the future!" as in "It's a brave new world out there!", "New world order!"...
For the last 20 years or so, I've learned that whenever I hear such inexplicably brave and completely baseless statements like that, something sinister is brewing and some catastrophe is about to happen. Brace for an impact.

"Hope for the future"? What hope? Are we hopeless and doomed? I don't think so. Well, definitely, if Europe and the whites do as you say, jon357. What kind of future? Your future? I mean, the future of your kind at the expense of mine? Like in "I reject your reality and substitute my own". Like we're obliged to something.
BiaBia
28 Jul 2013 #84
I'm just confused in how you can say promoting multiculturalism is being racist (I.e. acknowledging the different races). In that case, this whole forum reeks of racism because you're generalizing and recognizing the differences between both Polish girls and Asian men (huge broad category!). Not all polish girls think the same way!

If the definition of racism is true that it is the act of recognizing differences among the races, then stop with all these Polish forums. (Again, yoyre recognizing us as Polish women). Why do we have to look for specific cultures when we want to date someone? Can't we just fall for someone's personality and date them because we like them? What does is matter what their nationality is? We are all human and the fact that we can interbreed successfully with people from different nations shows it is acceptable.

Ans yes according to basic biology, mixing of genes is better because it prevents recessive traits that are common in certain areas to prevail. Look at the history of the English royal family and how common hemophilia is from inbreeding! Date who you like, not what they are!
pierogi2000 4 | 229
31 Aug 2013 #85
"If the definition of racism is true that it is the act of recognizing differences among the races"

Where do they teach you people this load of crap. Have you ever watched the Olympics and it's celebration of cultural and racial differences?

People look "for specific cultures when we want to date someone" because some of us actually have proud and successful cultures that we would like to see continue. If you are an American, then you can't comprehend this notion.

Are you capable of seeing the difference between reproducing and raising a family with a fellow white European versus on the other hand going out of race. So that the children look nothing like native Europeans and are raised in a household with conflicting morals and values? Once a white European reproduces out of race, the family tree NEVER reverses. In broad terms, we are witnessing the steady genocide of blue/green eyed whites.
sas
14 Nov 2013 #86
some thing diffrent but not all some body diffrent but not all ..we have to mix this diffrent anytime anywhere that's no problem if we can't do it our baby do it ....
as03021987
2 Apr 2015 #87
I'm Polish and I wouldn't mind dating someone who is Japanese/ Korean or Chinese.
We all have very similar culture but is very hard to find single J/K/Ch guy or with non asian girl ;)
anthony12345 1 | 1
28 Apr 2015 #88
Merged: please give me a favor

hey all
i came here again,one year passed,i already used to and like this lovely country:)
but something still mess in my mind ...
when i walk on the street and see some of gorgeous poles,i am hesitate to ask number or tell her that she is charming

cuz first of all,i use society apps, e.g:badoo,tinder,etc
most girls there just ignore my message and indifferent it:(
i know most local girls still hold a soft spot for their own even then
or maybe cuz i didnt live in prosperous cities like krakow,wroclow or warsaw
(i live in lublin and seems more conservative here)
but if i flirt girls on street that i will get that rude reaction?
maybe my physical feature not polish girls type i guess><(i am japanese and tall )
cuz i heard that most polish girls prefer mediterranean guys

conclude of all stuff above mention
so polish girls rarely to date foreigners or they just prefer local poles?
thanks for comment
truth betold
7 Jan 2017 #89
I love Meeeee's answer! Polish girls DO NOT like asian or indian guys! That's the bottom line! Croats are the best!!!!
sunwooz
26 Mar 2017 #90
This forum seems to be a good indication of the level of education of its users.


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