Writer Zach Schwartz was offered the opportunity to explore one of NYC’s biggest AMBW communities after he was introduced to it during a date.“An Asian man can go into there and all these women are talking about how beautiful he is.
I’m afraid the people that don’t appreciate AMWF relationship may call for K-pop and K-drama to be ban in the US. For the last few years, the Korean Wave have made K-pop music and Korean TV dramas (or K-dramas) popular outside of Asia and the audiences for K-pop has become more diverse, and white caucasian female make up a significant chunk of K-pop fandom.It has been reported that K-pop and K-drama have caused Yellow fever/Asian fetish amongst white fangirls, here’s the evidence: Thank you for the most amazing night ever!!!!! 💖😍💘@BTS_twt @Big Hit Ent @bts_bighit #bestbirthdayever pic.twitter.com/zqc XFy4tp1— Kylie Rogers (@Kylie Anne Rogers) April 3, 2017These really appeal to all fangirls which include caucasian one too.These two groups are celebrating each other.” Schwartz, who’s half white and half asian, says that the New York meetup group usually has events multiple times a week.The activities during meetups range from going to restaurants and movie night to going on a boat or apple picking.
Color Dating aims to facilitate more positive messages around interracial dating.