I have a theory ...<br />
We are attracted to people who have certain characteristics. <br />
Men are meant to be tall, lean, muscular, strong and have a deep masculine voice that foretells their masculinity and ability to breed and protect etc, <br />
Women on the other hand should be feminine - have an ample bosom and wide hips denoting an ability to easily bear children. <br />
Add to that secondary feminine characteristics - most importantly - long hair. It seems western women mostly have short hair. they have busy lives and spending hours on hair care is not welcome. Add to that the fact that in business they may not be seen as efficient if they are too feminine and dare I say girly. So western women tend to go for short hair. <br />
Then there are clothes - many western women find jeans or slacks are comfortable an effective to wear for work and leisure. A woman who wears feminine garments stands out as a beacon of beauty and femininity. <br />
NOW add size - a petite lady from India, with gorgeous blue black long hair, wearing an ultra feminine garment like a sari. Where a sari is one length of silky material wrapped around the female figure showing off her curves, add the clear skin, a bindi (the dot on the forehead) what a vision of beauty and femininity. <br />
So compare western girls with short hair - no makeup, always wearing jeans and trainers as tall as their men friends with a petite long haired vision of femininity wearing a graceful sari - who will get the looks ! <br />
Of course that is rather a contrived comparison but I made it so as to set up the comparison.
They don't stick out. Most asian women are pretty.
I think Indian women are strikingly beautiful...
Yes, although the prettiest woman I've ever known in person was a 26 year old breath taking feather! LOL! She refereed to her self as a feather too!
I agree with you. Perhaps it's because Asian women, on average, appear to be more fit than the average American (irregardless of racial heritage).
Or maybe they had a more difficult life before coming to America?
Yes they are.