Crazy Switch Asians 

A woman who discovers Asian guys, and a guy whose Asian wife won't provide oral sex.

I'm a straight white woman in my early 30s. In theory, I've always been into men of all races — but in practice, most of my exes are Latino and white. In September, I met this really handsome Chinese-American guy, and I feel like he rewired me. I've been exclusively attracted to Asian guys since. I'm not writing to ask if this is racist, because I'm not asking these guys to, like, speak Korean to me in bed or do any role-playing stuff. We just date and have sex, same as my past relationships. But if any of these dudes saw my Tinder matches, they'd be like, "This woman has a thing for Asian guys." Which I do, but it's pretty new. Is this normal? Do people just change preferences like that? Also, can you do a PSA about Asian dicks? In my recent but considerable experience, they run the gamut from average to gigantic. If small Asian dicks were a thing, I would have encountered at least one by now. That shit is a myth.

­— Asian Male/White Female

Here's my general take on race-specific sexual preferences: So long as you can see and treat your sex partners as individuals and not just as objects — we are all also objects — and so long as you can express your preferences without coming across and/or being a racist shitbag, and so long as you've interrogated your preferences to make sure they're actually yours and not a mindless desire for what you've been told you're supposed to want, then it's okay to seek out sex and/or romantic partners of a particular race.

I ran my general take on race-specific sexual preferences past Joel Kim Booster — a writer and comedian whose work often touches on race and desire — and he had some thoughts for you.

"It doesn't sound like her newfound preference for Asian men has anything to do with the uncomfortable fetishization of culture," said Booster. "It's good that she's not asking them to speak Korean or do any sort of Asian role-playing — something that's been asked of me before (and it's a bummer, trust)."

Booster also had some questions for you.

"It's not uncommon for people later in life to discover that they're attracted to something they'd never considered sexy before — full-grown adults are out here discovering they're bi every damn day," said Booster. "But she went 30 years before she saw one Asian man she was attracted to? And now this guy has 'rewired' her to be attracted only to Asian men? ... That feels like a red flag, and yet I can't pinpoint why."

Maybe you're just making up for lost time and your desires/preferences/Tinder profile will achieve a racially harmonious equilibrium at a certain point. But whether you remain exclusively attracted to Asian guys for the rest of your life or not, AMWF, make sure you don't treat Asian guys like you're doing them a favor by sitting on their gamut-running dicks.

"I'm weary of people with a specific racial preference for Asian men. And it's less out of a fear of being fetishized — though that's certainly part of it - and more because of the implicit power imbalance that exists in those relationships," Booster said. "I'm acutely aware that society views Asian men as less masculine and therefore less desirable. And I've learned that guys who have a preference for Asian men sometimes bring a certain kind of 'entitlement' to our interactions, i.e., 'You should feel lucky I'm paying you this kind of attention.' And that's gross! It doesn't sound like she's doing that, but something about this letter makes me feel like she wants to be congratulated for being woke enough to consider Asian guys."

Follow Joel on Twitter @ihatejoelkim, and visit his website ihatejoelkim.com.

I'm a guy. I've been with my wife since 2006. She's my sexy Asian babe. (Yeah, I'm a stereotype, but she isn't.) In the bedroom, it's great. I'm still madly in love with her two kids later, and she's as sexy as ever. But she doesn't like to give blowjobs. When we were dating, she'd say I could go get blowjobs from someone else, but I always took it as a joke. At 35, I'm hornier than I was at 25. And my sexual tastes have changed over the years - or they've expanded, maybe, since I now want to see what it's like to get head from a guy. How do I convince my wife to agree to this? She's afraid I might like it; I obviously hope I do. There's nothing I want more than to get head on the way home and then be able to tell her about it and fuck her later that night. How can I convince her to let me do this while also being able to tell her about it and be truthful?

- Horny Married Man

I'm including your letter because it illustrates a point Booster made in his response to AMWF: "Full-grown adults are out here discovering they're bi every damn day," as he said, and you're apparently one of them.

I can only assume that by "she's afraid I might like it," you mean you've already asked the wife and she said no. You can ask again but if the answer is still no, then the answer is still no. Maybe if this were a sexual adventure you could go on together, it might be more appealing to the wife. And it is, because just as there are dudes out there who love blowing straight married men, there are dudes who are up for blowing straight married men in front of their wives. So if you haven't already proposed doing this in the context of a hot sexual encounter with a bi guy who'd also be into your wife, maybe you should.

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