AsexualAthlete saidto the OP, If you're serious and NOT a troll, let me tell you. I used to be just like you, It actually made me depressed, I tried to kill myself, then I woke up and got over it (long story short). I realized, Does a significant amount of the mainstream gay community prefer and glorify caucasians? absolutely. Does it mean you're doomed? NOT necessarily...but if you don't respect yourself or race, then no one else will either. It took me a long time to learn that, but when I did, it was extremely liberating. There are tons of guys I am attracted to who simply don't prefer guys of my racial background..and even though I am asexual, I'm pretty sure the dating pool for NON-whites (especially Blacks and Asians) is smaller than for your average european dude.....but there are also a lot of open minded/diverse guys who don't care about racial background or actually may PREFER your race. However, making a post about it, isn't going to help, you can't GUILT someone into liking you.
Hmmm. if only people would take the same approach to "gay on gay" hating then how much more liberation would the gay 'community' achieve (even though so many people some even on this site don't even believe that the gay people are a community).
Tangent aside, back to the OP ask yourself why it "has" to be a white guy.
If you've broadened your horizons and found that caucasians and asians don't respond to you, there may be a chance that it's not your race but, I don't know, maybe a personality issue that is the problem.
Albeit yes you have pointed out some unfortunate societal truths in that generally the gay world for men favour caucasians over other races, and yes some asians don't even like their own race which again is unfortunate.
However, the thing with this post is that you in many ways just add to the stereotype and therein lies the problem.
I imagine a caucasian person reading this would not find this attractive and it will just fuel the other asian-hating asians too.
So like what another person said on this thread, the best way to tackle this kind of a situation is to be an example of the change you want to see.
Since clearly words have not been the best tool, I suppose the only option left is to let your actions speak louder than your words.
It won't have a massive effect on the whole gay population, BUT it will be somewhat of an influence to your immediate environment, and that's often how change begins.
Don't get me wrong I'm not having a go at you, it's not like I have any guys barking up my tree.
To be honest I share a lot of your plight because I myself am also excluded out of many people's preferences which could possibly be due to my race since I am also asian, and I have experienced asian-hating asians myself.
All I've done so far, to help keep your sanity as well, is just keep an open mind when it comes to topics like race and just hope that people will see that, appreciate it and maybe take it on board too. There's little else you can do, attraction is such a finicky thing because it's largely subjective and it doesn't always necessarily mean that if someone isn't sexually attracted to a specific race that they are 'racist'.
Some people are happy to be friends with and get to know people of other races but when it comes to sexual attraction they may just have a particular race they find that in, so really when it's something like that there isn't much you can do. The heart wants what it wants, so to speak.
You have to at least give people the benefit of that doubt, and if you do find that it is in fact because of a racist perspective they don't 'like' another race then don't even give 2 shits about them because they aren't worth it.
Anyway, I hope you receive this well because I meant you well.
Eventually when you find someone, this will all seem trivial but at least in the mean time you aren't alone with this kind of experience.
P.S. sorry for the shit-storm long ass post, I've tried to have less serious posts to cut down how often I make lengthy responses. I just have one or two every once in a while now, or am at least trying to keep it that way.