Indian guys? Will you date outside your race Watch

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So I have a crush on an indian guy, the problem being me being southeast/ east asian.
He was raised in Britain so he isn't that "traditional", I assume, but hangs out with the indian community at our school; his whole friendship group consists of literally all indians and a few white people.
His best friend is an indian girl as well, surprise surprise, and I think she's attracted to him. (Don't think he likes her back tho)
In this situation is it safe to presume that he'll only get romantically involved with those of the same race as him?
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Jebedee
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Not really. Indian guys aren't particularly in high demand in Britain so I don't think you have to worry at all.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
So I have a crush on an indian guy, the problem being me being southeast/ east asian.
He was raised in Britain so he isn't that "traditional", I assume, but hangs out with the indian community at our school; his whole friendship group consists of literally all indians and a few white people.
His best friend is an indian girl as well, surprise surprise, and I think she's attracted to him. (Don't think he likes her back tho)
In this situation is it safe to presume that he'll only get romantically involved with those of the same race as him?
Depends on the guy and his family. I'd say a large proportion wouldn't date outside their race because of the trouble they're likely to get into by family.
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(Original post by Jebedee)
Not really. Indian guys aren't particularly in high demand in Britain so I don't think you have to worry at all.
I made a cheeky kek at this comment
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Anonymous #1
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(Original post by Jebedee)
Not really. Indian guys aren't particularly in high demand in Britain so I don't think you have to worry at all.
True, but my so called popular girl friends still flirt with the hot ones. In my opinion, the hot ones are proper hot, while the rest/majority aren't seen to be desirable from society's definition of attractive.
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(Original post by preetg97)
Depends on the guy and his family. I'd say a large proportion wouldn't date outside their race because of the trouble they're likely to get into by family.
Ah, shame
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