I feel that men value the women they ask out more [than the women who ask them out].” Two days later, Belle updated the chat group that she had failed to talk to the guy in the candid photo and didn’t know if she’d ever see him again.
So, while chatting and giggling to friends about guys you like may be hilarious, the sad truth is that many Thai women seem to put themselves in the relatively hopeless position of playing the waiting game — just praying that the men they like will like them back and take the initiative.
She thinks that her appearance doesn’t live up to society’s definition of beauty, making it even more difficult for her to date. The fact that I realize this makes me limit myself from going after someone,” she said.
“A lot of my friends have never really had a boyfriend or girlfriend. Women don’t approach men and men aren’t that confident. The couples I know started as friends and were in the same social circle,” she told Thailand is a society where people generally don’t stray far from their own social class and many have an eye firmly toward marriage.
Because of this, Thais may approach relationships more seriously than Westerners, who are comfortable chatting up complete strangers as well as with the phenomena of “friends with benefits,” “seeing each other,” and “not labeling things.” It might be due to this that most Bangkok women find themselves dating the people they come across in their social circle — and only those of the same or higher social class to boot.
Having sex with Thai girls isn’t very hard in terms of the act itself, but there are some things you’ll need to know in order to make it happen and maintain a positive rapport afterward.
So today I’m going to break all of these steps down.
Comic strip “honesty sandwich,” by young Thai female artist Tuna Dunn, hilariously illustrates what it’s like to be a Thai woman, who hopes for a sign about a guy rather than confess her attraction to him.
Photo: Courtesy of Tuna Dunn Traditional train wreck For many Thai women, it’s not as simple as “getting out there and meeting people.” Tuna Dunn, a Thai illustrator famous for her dark comics about relationships, has previously said she thinks relationships aren’t happening often enough because of Thai people’s reserved nature.“It’s not that I try to be a traditional Thai lady.Thai women don’t care about what society thinks of them — they just care about what the guy they like thinks of them.While it has been written countless times that expat women in Bangkok have it hard when it comes to dating (and we’ll be hitting that topic ourselves in just a couple of weeks), when you look around, plenty of lovely, single Thai women don’t seem to be doing any better.Think about the invisible office girls in ballet flats that you look right through on the BTS, the good girls who live with their parents in the suburbs, or the intense career women who receive more messages on Linked In than Tinder. While there are no men courting them, they’re not bold enough when it comes to romance — they simply weren’t raised to assert themselves with the opposite sex.Advertising, TV, and media in general dictate that, for a Thai woman to be beautiful, she must have light skin, a pointy nose, and a petite body (yet with extremely large breasts).