Ive had my share of tough projects, extracted my share of Indian/Greek/Chinese girls out from under their daddys' noses, Im not completely unskilled when it comes to the more delicate points and imperialistic overtones of interethnic romance. Shes Western born and raised, avowed atheist and wouldnt touch a mosque with a ten foot pole so religion cant be the issue. Persians/Iranians are notorious for not marrying outside their ethnicity. But marry, no way, unless they're prepared to cut off all ties with their families. It was frankly too short for any of the family dynamics to manifest themselves, and I never met any of her relatives. Obviously your experience with this population is limited if you have not once realized there is a huge segment of it that does not wish to be associated with modern connotations of Iran, for a variety of reasons.

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Stay open and you will attract an Iranian man who is more open.

You’re a smart lady…filter out the bad apples, but give the good ones a chance. Iranian men are actually among the more open-minded over many other tight-knit traditional cultures.

I suspect there is no chance for a relationship; according to the OP there has been plenty of oppurtunity, and if she really wanted to move out of the failed engagement and move towards the OP, she would have.

Maybe the attitude embodied in the 'liberate that ass' phrasing is part of the roadblock for the OP.

The times are changing in ALL cultures and the younger generations across the world are probably becoming more alike than they ever were in the past because of technology, the internet, ease of travel, and so forth.

Furthermore, there are just certain human factors that no culture can overcome.And let me say that her second husband is more of a father to that little boy than her first husband ever was. Edit: this is not that different than any other nationality of woman, I guess... The chemistry is good, conversation is real and we just laugh, laugh. ) year engagement to some Persian dildo that bores the hell out of her, you can just read it on her face. She gives me every signal: the pouting, the hair twirling, the do-you-like-my-outfit, the calling me every now and then just, you know, because. All the older (my parents' age) Persians I've known have loudly despised Arabs, for example - maybe just because they're tired of being confused for them. Why would you think there is a secret unique to an ethnicity based on your anecdotal, and limitted, experience with a sample size of one? I had a female Persian friend who always bemoaned the lack of selection available to her but, as a memeber of a small and diminishing group, wouldn't think of dating elsewhere.White guys are invisible to Persian girls, arent they? Is there something Im not doing here, some subtle trick I dont know for liberating that ass? Either theres a secret to scoring with Persian girls, or I dont have a chance and never did. Informed opinions desired from either gender with relevant experience, please end my suffering. She says she won't date white guys, but has never explained it to any of us. Shila, my female Persian friend in high school, wasn't overtly racist, or didn't think of herself as such, but would never have considered marrying a non-Persian. Unless she is a rug or a cat, by the way, Persian is an unusual way to describe her unless you have only spoken to her in Parsi and have no idea whatsoever which modern country she hails from. She (and the beautiful Persian boy i had absolutely no luck with) would meet potential suitors at gatherings just for young Persians. I am British and am interested in Persian culture / language and Iran itself.My problem is that time and again I meet men who think Oh, she’s easy because she is ‘English’ and they then revert back to marrying Persian girls. I hope that many members of our community write in and share their thoughts as well, and I hope that some of them serve to provide evidence contrary to your assumptions.I, too, have heard many times from Iranian men (or men from any of the middle-eastern cultures for that matter) that they are happy to date American or non-Iranian women, but that they would never marry one.