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Without the ABCs, it had been like this kid got fit with a pair of shoes for an eight-year-old and told to wear that same pair for life.
I couldn’t get a date “for the life of me”, so I started studying pick up and, later on, I created the Asian Playboy blog (because, I thought, “Okay, what am I? (There’s no such thing.) It flew in the face of all these stereotypes and there’s just been this massive following until one day, when this Chinese-Canadian mother called me to help out her son. I told her, “For three days and three nights I’m going to be the big brother he never had.” and that’s how I came up with the ABCs of Attraction. He didn’t really have a lot of friends, either, so I needed to make something very simple, yet well-rounded enough for it to grow with him; something he could comprehend at age 18, as well as later on.
We were talking before the show started and you’d mentioned that Los Angeles is kind of a Mecca of pick up. It’s also the origin of Project Hollywood from the game, Levi Strauss. Eddy: You mentioned a little bit about your background to that Project Hollywood.  In fact, I had dated this tall, blonde, blue-eyed girl.
* * * I feel sort of bad for Asian guys, as I myself have taken their best woman.
Skarphedin talks about racial preferences in online dating, and concludes that people generally prefer to date within their own race.
He says that in-group dating would be much more pronounced in North America if not for the overwhelming numerical superiority of whites (which effectively forces minorities to be more open to inter-racial dating than would otherwise be the case).
My Interview with JT Tran, the “Asian Playboy” and successful entrepreneur who founded The ABC’s of attraction. I share a compilation of techniques, both those that worked and those that were unsuccessful.) [cuts to clip of J. Eddy: I read an article that, I believe was on your Facebook page (or somewhere else, perhaps) that said Asian men suffer from higher levels of bullying as well as depression levels.
The full transcription (unedited) is below if you prefer to read, or click play on the video to watch. T.’s Boot Camp] Eddy:  You mentioned your first student was harassed by neo-Nazis. Why would that be, particularly, in the Asian-American community? T.:  There are a lot of factors at play: One is that we’re considered easy pickings (easy targets); another may be our body language.
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