Interview: KultureMedia.org’s Tim Gupta (Founder) & Han Huang (Writer)

“That said, we are reaching many on Twitter with everyone from actors to former White House officials following us. Our tweets have caught the attention and engagement of everyone from Asian Uncle Tom Ken Jeong to Vincent Rodriguez who is breaking ground as the Asian male heartthrob on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. We’re in it for the long haul and we plan to keep growing Kulture.” Continue reading Interview: KultureMedia.org’s Tim Gupta (Founder) & Han Huang (Writer)

Reblog: Kulture – Asian Men Weak, Worth Dumping

KultureMedia.org Some readers know that for 2015, I boycotted all “entertainment” produced by mass media corporations or produced for mainstream consumption. It was pretty easy adjusting my life and doing activities that include movies and television. Pop music was kind of hard to avoid as much as they saturate any store you go into. What, pray tell, did  I say in … Continue reading Reblog: Kulture – Asian Men Weak, Worth Dumping

(Mature Content) Jeremy Long of Asianschlong.com Pounding Away

If you’ve wanted some 720 high definition porn goodness, here’s the 5 minute preview of Jeremy Long and Cosima Dunkin having some naughty fun. There’s a bit of everything, being a preview video: oral, 69, doggie-style, man on top, and a mouthwatering finish. The production quality is really good, and the whole 5 minutes is … Continue reading (Mature Content) Jeremy Long of Asianschlong.com Pounding Away

Reblog: Rape Was Rampant During the Vietnam War. Why Doesn’t US History Remember This?

…The main problem with most of those books is the complete lack of Vietnamese voices. The Vietnam War killed more than 58,000 Americans. That’s a lot of people and a lot of heartache. It deserves attention. But it killed several million Vietnamese and severely affected—and I mean severely—the lives of many millions more. That deserves a whole lot more focus. Continue reading Reblog: Rape Was Rampant During the Vietnam War. Why Doesn’t US History Remember This?

Study Finds Asians in ALL Magazine Types Are Underrepresented

William and Mary University published a study titled, “Gendered race in mass media: Invisibility of Asian men and Black women in popular magazines,” in the journal Psychology of Popular Media Culture in late 2015 in which they examined the often ignored question of whether the genders of already underrepresented ethnic minorities were being fairly treated. Continue reading Study Finds Asians in ALL Magazine Types Are Underrepresented