I don't willingly avoid them; it's just kind of happened that way. My parents came to America in their 20s and had me in Long Island, New York, where I grew up.
At the end of the day, each and every one of us is conditioned to think, act and feel a certain way because of the respective ways in which we were raised.
I remember my very first high school crush, whom I'd met in the drama club.
Bernard* was tall and had cream-colored skin, with sea-green eyes and dirty blond hair (he was WAY out of frizzy-haired Sheena's league).
I heard they don't really date Indian guys or something which kind of discourages me in a way since the area I live in doesn't have that many of them anyways. i live in queens tho and we have mad east indians and pakistanis Its not that many Indians where I live, but there are over 150,000 Indians in the Chicago metro.
I get mistaken for Hispanic, Italian (very odd) and Middle Eastern a lot in this area and when we visit bigger cities. One is an Indian woman with a black guy and the other is an Indian guy with a Korean lady.i used to date a guyanese indian girl... as for indian males...i've seen some with chinese women in flushing. I live in a city of 28,000 that is 75% Black and 2% Indian.Like Bernard, the guys I've dated have all had wild aspirations. There was the music producer, the impassioned civil rights activist and so on and so forth.