If you are Asian and you don't speak English very well you may be shy about going out on dates and such because you don't want to have to deal with the language barriers that exist.
The thing is, a lot of people are in your shoes and it can actually do you a lot of good to go out and interact with new people.
Try to go to an environment where you won't feel really uncomfortable and where neither of you will strain to hear the other speaking.
This can often be a bonding experience and most people are very understanding.
In contrast, we explore resistance to the stereotypes at a personal level, using narratives obtained through a series of interviews to analyze the ways in which gay Asian men negotiate and (re)frame the social stigma associated with their bodies and desire for white men.
We argue that gay Asian men do not simply accept the negative stereotypes imposed by the dominant culture; rather, they actively resist and continuously reconstruct meanings about their bodies and desires.
Your inability to speak English fluently shouldn't be a reason for you not to date!
If you have a date with someone that speaks English better than you do, the best thing to do is to relax.
You may find that you speak English far better than you thought you could if you are honest with the person you are dating and you are as relaxed as possible.