This Coward’s False Accusation Relied on Asian Male Stereotypes and Nearly Imprisoned an Innocent Man

Apparently, the size difference between the two men was significant. An unconnected and sober eyewitness said Harper was “definitely bigger,” and Harper’s own statements suggest, disturbingly, that he slammed Ha not just head first, but face first into the parked car. They further suggest that the size difference was large enough that Harper could just pick Ha up.

He acknowledges slamming Ha into a car: “I slammed him in the car one time — it’s not like I picked him up and repeatedly bashed his head. He had no more than a black eye.”
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(Erotica) Beautiful Train Wreck by PoppyLox

For months now I’ve anticipated this weekly ride as I spend the entire trip gazing upon a Chinese man who works in my building. I wear my sunglasses so I can let my eyes slide over his body without embarrassment, taking in his slim physique, imagining the powerful muscle beneath his suit flexing in the throes of passion. He is unaware of my silent molestation as I admire the perfect shape of his shaved head, imagine kissing the nape of his neck softly as ‘he reads his newspaper. His broad shoulders are always held in perfect posture as he sways with the rocking of the train. Continue reading (Erotica) Beautiful Train Wreck by PoppyLox

Under the Bus? Why Asian Women Seldom Defend Asian Men

The percentage of Asian American women marrying a non-Asian American husband is at 37% – the highest percentage to out marry of any gender of any race. Ibid.

To me, this pattern does not represent a failure of these Asian women in European cultures. It’s obvious life is more difficult without racial / social privilege, and many do what any person would do, disassociate oneself from that burden – consciously or subconsciously. What this pattern does represent is a failure of all of us to promote an egalitarian society free of racial or caste discriminations of any kind. Continue reading Under the Bus? Why Asian Women Seldom Defend Asian Men