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Dispelling the Myth that Asian Vaginas are Tighter

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Dispelling the Myth that Asian Vaginas are Tighter

No myth is more harmful than the expectation of having a tight vagina.

 

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From perennially perky breasts to smooth, hairless legs, womanhood has been constantly sexualized and subjected to unrealistic standards.

Science has shown that these impractical ideals have damaging effects on women’s sense of self-worth. However, none have been as harmful, or as unexplored, as the expectation of having a tight vagina.

Tight vaginas are prized in almost every society and culture that has roots in patriarchy. They’re considered indications of virginity and chastity, stemmed from the belief that women are property, to remain untouched unless by their husbands.

But on a baser level, a tight vagina is also seen as a highly appealing characteristic for cis women to possess simply because it’s more pleasurable for cis men to penetrate. Vaginal rejuvenation surgery, getting the “husband stitch,” even seemingly benign Kegel exercises: All of these practices stem from the belief that tighter vaginas are better vaginas.

And this stereotype appears to heavily affect Asian women in particular.

Comedian Amy Schumer once tried to joke: “It doesn’t matter what you do, ladies, every guy is going to leave you for an Asian woman... And how do they bring it on home for the win? Oh, the smallest vaginas in the game.”

 
He told her that he thought Asian girls were the best because their vaginas were tighter.

Dr. Valinda Nwadike, MD and obstetrics and gynecology specialist in California, Maryland, can see how this stereotype exists, and whole heartedly disagrees with the premise. “Honestly don’t think [Asian women having small vaginas] is true. I would definitely disagree with this stereotype. We don’t make decisions about size — we don’t have Asian speculums. That in itself would negate the myth. It should be put to bed absolutely.”

So let's put the myth to bed

It’s unclear how this myth originated, but many suspect it’s rooted in colonialism. Patricia Park, for Bitch Media, traces this sexualization back to the Korean and Vietnam War, when the United States established a military presence.

 

Thousands of Asian women, including Thai and Filipina women, were trafficked and coerced into prostitution with white American soldiers. (The rippling effects are especially evident in Thailand, where mass sex tourism was developed to pay off debts.)

As a result, many white men’s first encounter with Asian women was in the context of military conquest and sexual domination.

In the Journal of the American Philosophical Association, Robin Zheng makes a point that this history has shaped the way people are exposed to Asian women today. Hollywood stereotypes mostly paint Asian women as sexual, from a submissive damsel-in-distress to China Doll and dragon lady, until they give birth and become tiger moms. (Ithaca College Library keeps an updated list of portrayals of Asians in films, showcasing how the roles are limited to sex props, gangsters, or entirely erased.)

But another newer avenue where most of these stereotypes continue to explicitly persist? Porn, a ground that’s rapidly becoming the primary source of sex education for teenagers.

One 27-year-old white man, who asked to remain anonymous, shares how this avenue was where he learned the idea that Asian women have tighter vaginas.

“Pornography contributes a lot to this idea,” he says. “There’s a lot of pornography, for example, that’ll pair together Asian women and black men, playing off those sexual stereotypes. So, I think that it’s inherently something that men have ingrained in their psyches.”

 
 
Most Asian women first encounter this stereotype when they start having sex with men.

However, this myth isn’t just circulated within male circles. Even women perpetuate this stereotype.

Jenny Snyder, a 27-year-old half-Asian woman also from Louisville, says that her white female friend asked her in high school if her vagina was sideways. “She literally asked me if my vagina was horizontal,” Snyder recalls. “She also thought that my butt crack was horizontal — like one butt cheek on top of another.”

Michelle Eigenheer, a half-Korean woman from Louisville, Kentucky, recalls an experience where her gynecologist — a white woman — switched to a speculum usually reserved for teenagers in the middle of the examination.

“It probably had more to do with the fact that I was tense rather than an actual biological difference,” Eigenheer says. “But it did make me wonder — is this a real thing?”

As a gynecologist expert, Dr. Nwadike has never encountered the need to switch speculums. “It’s possible they don’t interact with a lot of Asian people. It depends on who their population base it, maybe they don’t have the opportunity to see that dispelled,” she says, after asked why she thought this stereotype continued to persist, even in the medical field. “A lot of people think that Black men have certain features, and that’s not a fact, but the stereotype persists.”

Most Asian women first encounter this stereotype when they start having sex with men

Grace Que, a 19-year-old Chinese-American woman from Chicago, says she had heard the idea “tossed around by quite a few people and in pop culture.”

But she didn’t experience it herself until she started having sex. Her male partners would comment on her tightness by saying phrases along the lines of, “Oh my god, you’re so tight.”

Jennifer Osaki, a 23-year-old Japanese-American woman raised in Los Angeles, California, had a similar experience. She heard about the stereotype from male classmates in college, but didn’t experience it herself until she dated a white man sophomore year.

He told her that he thought Asian girls were the best because their vaginas were tighter.

“I laughed it off awkwardly because in the moment, I figured it was a good thing,” Osaki says.

And indeed, the label of having a tighter vagina is widely embraced and seen as a “good thing” by many Asian women as well.

“If a tight vagina is actually a thing, I seriously hope I have one,” Que says. “Obviously sex would be even more appreciated by the other person than it already is. A lot of my good guy friends always say tight is very, very, very good.”

As the antithesis of the prized tight vagina, the “loose” vagina is associated with “bad” women — women who have too many sexual partners.

Zoe Peyronnin, a 21-year-old Asian-American woman raised in New York, echoes this sentiment. While she raises concerns this stereotype might have the potential to further sexualize Asian women, she ultimately concludes, “Personally, the idea of having a tight vagina is favorable, at least sexually.”

 

Other Asian women, however, find the stereotype more problematic and unsettling.

“If you have tight muscles down there, that’s awesome,” says Phi Anh Nguyen, an Asian-American woman from San Francisco, California. “I guess that’s something to be proud of. However, tying this trait to Asian women to make them more sexually desirable isn’t a healthy thing. It objectifies us.”

Eigenheer says she feels deeply uncomfortable when men on Tinder use it as their opening line, or otherwise treat her differently based on a preconceived notion about her vaginal tightness.

“They just want some novelty hookup,” she says. “But actually, they’re feeding into a system that’s really cruel to women. This stereotype is rooted in so many racist stereotypes that women suffer from.”

The desire to have a tight vagina is still exceedingly prevalent across the country — and arguably, the world — affecting women everywhere.

“There is this perspective of wanting a tight vagina,” says Dr. Nwadike. Although she hasn’t had Asian patients making health decisions based on this stereotype, she has encountered other races make a request based on the myth of a tight vagina. “I’ve had Middle Eastern women come in wanting to make their vaginas tighter, wanting cosmetic surgery because their husband requested it.”

Compare the stereotype of the tight Asian vagina to the stereotype of the loose vagina. As the antithesis of the prized tight vagina, the “loose” vagina is associated with “bad” women — women who have too many sexual partners.

“No woman wants to be too tight,” Eigenheer says. “It’s painful! The whole novelty of the ‘tight vagina’ is in a woman’s pain — a man’s pleasure at the expense of a woman’s discomfort.”

This notion is often used to slut-shame, such as when a Christian woman compared Taylor Swift’s vagina to a ham sandwich to imply she was promiscuous. And the derogatory expression “throwing a hot dog down a hallway” also suggests that women’s vaginas get stretched out after excessive sexual intercourse.

The problem, however, is that this vaginal myth, along with most other vaginal myths, is simply not grounded in science.

Science shows time and time again that vaginal looseness has no correlation whatsoever with promiscuity. There also hasn’t been any study comparing vaginas of Asian people to other ethnicities.

Many people I spoke to also say there doesn’t seem to be any scientific basis for this stereotype. “Women come in all shapes and sizes,” Nguyen points out.

However, since this myth is largely based on personal experience, which is highly subjective, there’ll be some, like the anonymous 27-year-old white man, who insist that the stereotype is “definitely a fact.”

“In my experience, I’ve found it proven true time and time again that Asian women have snug vaginas,” he says. “I would say they are tighter than women of other races.”

On the other hand, Eigenheer has personal experiences that suggest the opposite.

“In my experience, this is not true,” she says. “No man has ever told me that my vagina was different from any other person’s. And talking to other Asian women, I think they’d say the same thing.”

Irene Kim, a 23-year-old Korean-American woman from New Jersey, agrees, rejecting the stereotype. She says it’s impossible to be true across the board for all Asian women.

“You can’t brand an entire demographic with a defining trait like that,” Kim says. “If it’s not true for every single Asian woman, then it shouldn’t be talked about as if it were.”

Aside from not being based in scientific fact, this sexual stereotype is also harmful because it emphasizes the importance of male pleasure at the expense of female pain.

“No woman wants to be too tight,” Eigenheer says. “It’s painful! The whole novelty of the ‘tight vagina’ is in a woman’s pain — a man’s pleasure at the expense of a woman’s discomfort.”

Thus, it’s no surprise the myth that Asian women have tighter vaginas has troubling implications for women outside the Asian community as well. Studies are increasingly showing that cis women experience pain (about 30 percent in the United States) when they have penetrative sex.

Interestingly, there are some Asian-American women — particularly those around 18 to 21 years old living in large coastal cities — who have never even heard about this myth.

“Is this a thing?” asks Ashlyn Drake, a 21-year-old half-Chinese woman from New York. “I’ve never heard of this before.”

But a dying myth doesn’t mean the effects disappear along with it

A quick google search of “tight vagina race” also brings up several threads debunking this myth. Unfortunately, rather than throwing out the idea entirely, these threads — from 2016 — use small and incomplete studies (ones that focus on only three races and urinary incontinence) to refocus the lens on black women instead.

There is no reason for a large study about ethnicities and vaginas to ever be done. “Why would anybody study that and what purpose would it serve anyway?” says Dr. Nwadike. She mentions how there are many other indicators of pelvic size beyond race, such as body type, age, and childbirth. “There’s too many variables to make a statement that broad. If you look at size, that’s only one metric. I evaluate the person not the stereotype.”

The question, therefore, isn’t whether it’s true Asian women actually have tighter vaginas than women of other races.

Having a “which race” conversation is fundamentally disturbing and further reduces women’s worth as human beings to the sexual satisfaction they can provide to men (often at the expense of their own comfort and enjoyment).

Especially when there are still studies and reports of women who are purposely having dry sex to please men.

Instead — when the myth currently has more power to hurt than help — the question we should be asking is, why does vaginal “tightness” even matter?


 

Nian Hu

Nian Hu is a writer who has written for Business Insider, Babe, Feministing, and We Stand Up. You can find her on Twitter.

 

 

https://www.healthline.com/health/womens-health/tight-vagina-asian-stereotype#1

 

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sg1912

I like how they managed to turn an an opinion piece on Asian vaginas into a White male problem.

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sabato

The next time an Asian woman tells me I'm too big, I'm going to refer her to this article and tell her to stop perpetuating a damaging stereotype 

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wadman

Might have something to do with Asian girls being smaller, on average. Smaller girl, smaller pussy. 

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Mognam

Nian Hu, the author of the article, looks like she would have a tight pussy.  :)

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thairak
23 minutes ago, wadman said:

Might have something to do with Asian girls being smaller, on average. Smaller girl, smaller pussy. 

it used to be small mouth = tight pussy in any race of people,

I would say to be nearer the truth.....it depends on the size of tool that your trying to insert :Dunno1:

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I’d like to find out if Nian Hu (author of article) has a tight pussy, and confirm for myself if “vaginal “tightness” even matters.” :A2M:

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Red-Devil
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My mate who's not Asian, his name is Butch is the tightest little c**t I've ever met.....!

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lincsfun

What a load of old dribble that lot was

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kgbagent

And another ...............................

 

The Other 'Yellow Fever'—Why Are Some People Exclusively Attracted to Asian Women?

Exploring the sexual preference some people have for Asian women, and Asian women alone.

 
14 January 2019, 12:00pm
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TOP COLLAGE: MARTA PARSZENIEW. IMAGES: JOHN KLINE, VIA; BALDWIN SAINTILUS, VIA; MICHELL ZAPPA, VIA; ANTOINE TAVENEAUX, VIA

I once asked my first boyfriend what his friends thought about me. Apparently they were amused that he was dating a Chinese girl, and teased him about "riding her like a Kawasaki." I was humiliated by their crude fixation on my ethnicity, and they didn't even get it right.

Growing up in New Zealand, I often grappled with being different. I never believed in Santa and rice was my go-to starch. By my late teens, I realized that being Chinese also gave me a typecast sexual identity: bashful, privately kinky, and rumored to be in possession of an extra snug, sideways vagina.

 

 


I first heard murmurings about "yellow fever" at university. I wasn't surprised that a piece of slang had been coined for men—and, it seems, predominantly white men—who harbor a special affection towards Asian women; we all know a guy whose dating history reads like a copy of the Chinese Yellow Pages. Plus, there are other hints out there: several niche dating websites cater to those seeking Asian women; in Pornhub's 2016 Year in Review, "Japanese" and "Asian" took pride of place alongside "lesbian" and "step-mom" in the top 20 search terms; and if you're a woman of Asian heritage, you might have had the pleasure of being approached by someone who thought using the phrase worked, in some inexplicable way, as a chat-up line.

So we know that so-called "yellow fever" exists. The question I've always wanted to ask is: why?

Dr Ed Morrison, a senior lecturer in evolutionary psychology at Portsmouth University, says the main evolutionary theory for mate selection is "optimal outbreeding"—that "the best mate is one who is similar to you, but not too similar". We usually choose people from the same sub population, but avoid genetic relatives because of the risk of mutations in offspring.

It makes sense that white men could be attracted to Asian women because they're sufficiently genetically different. But there has to be more to the picture, especially when it comes to men who are exclusively attracted to Asian women. As Morrison points out, "Even in multicultural societies, you are more likely to end up with someone of your own race."

 

If "yellow fever" isn't merely a product of how people are wired, where does it come from? Like all great mysteries of human behavior, there's another vital ingredient here mingling with our evolutionary history and genetic predispositions. This ingredient, of course, is culture.

Compelling arguments tracing the historical origins of "yellow fever" have been made elsewhere. But I'm curious about the influence of porn. If you've ever watched mainstream Asian porn (and of course you have), you'll be aware of its USP. Japanese porn in particular portrays women as meek, hyper-feminine and virginal—but also yielding readily to sexual advances. And lord, the squealing. No other category of porn has its stars wailing at such a volume.

It's obvious to me that these pigtailed actresses are, well, acting. As an Asian woman, I can say conclusively that penises do not make me cry. Erika Nishimori, a part-time Japanese porn actress, confirms that the giggly reluctance and pitchy shrieks are part of the job. "I play embarrassing gestures. It is acting to cry and be scared," she says. "I am making it so that men get excited. There are few such things in truth."

So there we have it: Asian porn isn't real life. But like every other flavor of porn that hyper-sexualizes women, distorted portrayals of Asian women could shape beliefs about what Asian women are really like. A recent study from the UK revealed that the majority of boys believed porn was realistic. What could this mean for Asian porn aficionados? According to Dr Elena Martellozzo, co-author of the study and criminologist at Middlesex University, "If boys are repeatedly exposed to pornography where women are extremely subservient and submissive, it can be argued that they may have inappropriate expectations of women in their sexual relationship." To make matters worse, the submissive stereotype also thrives in mainstream media, where Asian women in theatre, films, books and TV are consistently characterized as subservient, vulnerable, hyper-sexual creatures.

 

The discomfort of misrepresentation runs deep here. Perhaps toes or clowns turn you on; and fine: your sexy time is your own business if it's consensual and no one's getting hurt. But I'm not so cool with people being sexually attracted to Asian women if that attraction is fueled by beliefs that we're delicate flowers, exotic but unthreatening, shy but open to coercion, servile and, perhaps most troublingly of all, childlike.

 

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MODELS AT THE AVN AWARDS 2016, INCLUDING A NUMBER OF JAPANESE PORN STARS (PHOTO: BALDWIN SAINTILUS, VIA)

With porn being a multi-billion dollar industry in Japan alone, skewed representations are likely to stick around. Like my old economics teacher Mr Warren used to say of his beloved "market for chocolate milk" example: whenever there's demand, supply will flow.

So does this mean that all white guys attracted to Asian girls have had their minds warped by an onslaught of Asian porn?

Max* likes Asian women, and puts it down to being attracted to physical features like dark hair and slender frames. He's well aware of the stigma, and has "learned the hard way that admitting you like Asian women as a white man is looked down upon." Adam* is also "exclusively attracted to women with Asian features", but thinks "yellow fever" is idiotic. "Do white men who only like white women have white fever?" he asks rhetorically.

I get their point. If their attraction to Asian women is only physical, is it that different to declaring that you like redheads or curvy women? I understand the logic, but I'm not convinced it's that clear-cut. For one, it's overly simplistic to say you're attracted to the physical features of Asian women. This erroneously implies that Asian women are homogeneously petite, dark-haired and wrinkle-less. I also wonder if attraction can ever be "purely physical", or whether we're actually subconsciously making assumptions about personality whenever we assess appearance.

 

Ultimately, the reasons why people are drawn to each other are exceedingly complex. Dr David Frederick, assistant professor of psychology at Chapman University, studies how biological and social factors influence attraction. Further to the submissive stereotype, he hypothesizes that a whole host of factors could contribute to the development of an Asian preference. For example, when white men have largely grown up around white women "Asian and other ethnic minority women [may] appear novel and exciting". Frederick also points out that good relationships can be positively reinforcing. "If a man has a particularly positive relationship with an Asian woman, this may increase his preference for Asian women," he says. "The physical features typical of Asian women can become paired with feelings of reward and pleasure, leading men to preferentially seek out relationships with Asian women in the future."

With so many conceivable explanations, the one thing I know for sure is that attraction cannot be reduced to umbrella terms like "yellow fever". I'm not keen on a term that indiscriminately labels men and objectifies women at the same time. I once heard a guy being diagnosed with "yellow fever" by his friends because he showed appreciation for an Asian woman passing by. Why was there a knee-jerk reaction to sexualize her ethnicity, like those stupid boys did when they compared me to a Japanese motorcycle? Surely a man can find an Asian woman attractive without necessarily having a deep-rooted and dodgy "thing" for Asian women.

 

Branding people with "yellow fever" is, in and of itself, pretty offensive. The term is used haphazardly and it commodifies Asian women. It might seem like a catchy little label, but it's not really that witty or accurate to conflate being attracted to Asian women with having a potentially deadly viral hemorrhagic disease. Even if our vaginas were particularly snug and magically sideways, they're not going to kill you.

* Names have been changed.

 

https://www.vice.com/en_asia/article/xyvyxn/yellow-fever-asian-fetish-white-men-asian-women-why

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kgbagent

and wait ..... theres more !!!!!!!!!!!

 

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Because I am small and Asian, I am fetishised by some white men
By Jessie Tu


Earlier this year, I went on a date with a man who told me he had a thing for Asian women. We were sitting across from each other at a table in a fancy restaurant and he stood up to do a head-to-toe scan of me.

"Your body is just so soft and perky and tanned," he said.

I told myself to run. Here was yet another man with what is not-so-jokingly referred to as Yellow Fever: the lazy and discriminatory hyper-sexualisation and fetishisation of Asian women, primarily by white men, solely based on race.

When I tried to break it off with him, he texted: "I hate you. Thankfully, there are thousands of gorgeous Japanese, Chinese and Korean girls in Sydney, so I will be okay."

This is not unusual. I have spent most of my adult life expending psychological and emotional energy fending off men like him. And don’t tell me you can’t help who you’re attracted to.

"Yellow Fever" is not a preference. It’s a racial prejudice.

I have a small body. I have an Asian face. Women like me are handcuffed to a double bind. We have to fight off men who infantilise us because of our small bodies, and who also believe the Asian face carries some special gene that makes us soft-spoken, gentle and non-confrontational.

This is both oppressive, and racist.

I continue to be astounded by the number of white men who still see me and immediately assume I am "submissive, docile, compliant, accommodating, sweet in the kitchen, tiger in the bedroom".

My body is viewed as a literal and symbolic site upon which to construct their fantasies of the perfect Asian lover.

The pernicious perception that most young Asian women have petite, child-like bodies is not necessarily untrue. What’s frightening is how easily these men enforce their narratives on us.

It’s a painful effrontery, not a compliment. These guys expect something of us and from us, based on their myth about what Asian woman are, and, when we don’t meet those expectations, they have the power to so easily hurt us.

Equally painful is realising the extent to which the very narrow representations of Asian women in the West have created the idea in the minds of these men that because of our perceived submissiveness, they can be afforded a sense of ownership and possession of us.

I recently entered my 30s. I’ve had a long and complicated history with white men who found me attractive, though I have never quite understood the underlying drivers of their attraction to Asian women, per se, over women of other racial backgrounds.

Sometimes, I have felt I have found a person who loved my body as a carrier of the person within, only to realise that, to him, my body was simply a fetish and a curiosity.

With each new romantic partner, I need to make the same anxious assessment: Are you interested in me because of who I am, or because of the shade of my skin and the Asian face I’m wearing? I am never sure how to respond.

Beneath what is projected onto me, is my relationship to my Asian heritage; I have to fight against the Taiwanese cultural indoctrination that to be self-sacrificing and selfless is the ultimate way of being for a woman.

I have found these men unwilling to confront their own bias and prejudices. They operate under a system of racial stratification (themselves as superior), leaving Asian women to take on the disproportionate burden of fulfilling, resisting, or negotiating their stereotypes.

I wonder whether I will go through my life in this country upending stereotypes. It is not my job, or the job of other Asian women, to do that.

These men should scrutinise their so-called "preferences" and work towards modifying racially unjust and untrue perceptions. I am not here for their education, sexual or otherwise.

I blocked the man who sent me the aggressive, race-based text when I rejected him. I hope he examines and confronts his prejudices. Only then will women from Asian backgrounds be respected as much as we should and treated as whole human beings – not accessories that embody derogatory fantasies.
 


https://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/life-a ... 50ifk.html

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likeaking

Asian vaginas may be tighter because the average Asian penis is smaller. 

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MunterHunter

As the guy in full metal jacket says 'tight pussshy'

 

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apu nahasapeemapetilon
3 hours ago, kgbagent said:

 Because I am small and Asian, I am fetishised by some white men
By Jessie Tu

What's next?!

Because I am a woman, I am fetishised by some white men. 

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Jo1992

I didn't read all that but face it. You're fucking hookers. You don't get her wet. Those moans are acting. Sorry to break it to you guys. 21 year old girls don't like fucking 60 year olds they've been raised to see as cash COWS. 

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bobSL1

Jesus just get out there and have some fun.

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WhiteThai
2 hours ago, Jo1992 said:

I didn't read all that but face it. You're fucking hookers. You don't get her wet. Those moans are acting. Sorry to break it to you guys. 21 year old girls don't like fucking 60 year olds they've been raised to see as cash COWS. 

If you would have read the articles, you would know the topic had nothing to do with hookers. But since you brought it up, I'm very sorry to hear that you have had bad experiences with 21 year old hookers, and I hope it gets better for YOU. Maybe try a different country? Latinas don't seem to discriminate because of age.

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slashlarue

Had a Mexican/Hawaiian girl. Small frame and about “5’1.” She had the biggest pussy I've ever screwed. Reminded me of the old saying that you had to tie a 2x4 on your ass so as not to fall in.

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bukone

The Filipinos guys I work with reckon the smaller the eyes the tighter the pussy 555

I think it comes from the size of Asians.

I believe asian girls do have a smaller vagina passage (or hole) but once aroused they are all the same, this is based on my theory only.

every asian in my wife’s family and Asians I know had small children, the heaviest was my wife’s sister who’s son was 2.9 kg

compared with my son who was 3.8 kg and 6 weeks early and my daughter who 3.4 kg and 4 weeks early, so they definitely have a smaller worm, both my kids the wife had to be snipped because either the kids head was to big or the wife’s vagina was to small (I got a Samoan m8 who’s missus pushed a 4.2 kg naturally) 

but in sex I do think once aroused you can drive a truck in all women 555 

 

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bukone
9 hours ago, Jo1992 said:

I didn't read all that but face it. You're fucking hookers. You don't get her wet. Those moans are acting. Sorry to break it to you guys. 21 year old girls don't like fucking 60 year olds they've been raised to see as cash COWS. 

Yeah that dripping wet cunt without ky gel is a act, thanks m8 I learn something new every day 

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Biennial

I haven't fucked many non-Asians, but none were tight. (Except a 23 year old Kenyan girl I banged last month) Asian girls have usually been snug to almost impossibly tight. But I can think of one 45 year old Viet massage lady that is too loose for me.

 

 

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bluebluewater

movie line: 

I'd like a little pussy . . . 

Me too. Mine's as big as a house.

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Danolo

I guess I can be grateful for my little willy.... I'll be able to penetrate vaginas, some of you horses cannot!

:Laugh1:

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bedbath

I know a woman who knows that I go on mongering trips. She asked me if asian women wombs are shaped differently. I said yes there sideways. I then said no. It the same with every race. It proportionate to their entire bodies. She slapped her forehead indicating to me she must have been talking to people about my mongering trips and they stated all the stereotypes.

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Dalef65
11 hours ago, Jo1992 said:

I didn't read all that .........

Yeah we know..:Clap:

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