I’ve long suspected the negative portrayal and denigration of Asian Male sexuality in mass media as the culprit, but it remained a theory. Until now. There’s solid neuroscience backing up the proposition that the more you have a racial preference, the more your brain has been programmed by somebody else… Continue reading Sexual Racism Is Subconsciously Programmed By Media
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.”
Continue reading This Coward’s False Accusation Relied on Asian Male Stereotypes and Nearly Imprisoned an Innocent Man
…the paper concluded, this “challenges the idea of racial attraction as solely a matter of personal preference.” In other words, swiping right on a white guy seems more innocuous than navigating over to Where White People Meet, but on a societal level, it just might be a smaller expression of everyday racism. Continue reading “I Only Want to Date White People.”
Hi. Thanks for your post and thoughts. I’m curious about your conclusion that a statement is not racist so long as it’s delivered (or claimed to be delivered) in a humorous and ironic fashion. I don’t believe Suey Park articulated a cogent theory behind her feeling that the statements were racist, but I don’t believe the analysis ends there for there may be other reasons to consider. Continue reading Responding to “The Rise of the Asian American Female Troll
This recalled feeling of being singled out for no reason other than being different from the majority is your key to taking on this new perspective, and, going further, understanding that it is that very difference that not only makes one vulnerable to mockery and disdain but also potential victimization, exclusion, violence, and shame. Fully activating an empathetic response would be to then imagine that you cannot change this difference in any way. As I have done for years, passing would not be an option.
Continue reading (Guest Post) Passing on Perspective
Silence by Asian men was considered tacit agreement, an acquiescence to truth behind the racially motivated bigotry. This was error, and in my observation, caused largely by the cultural differences in masculine virtue. Boastfulness and immodesty are inconsistent with traditional notions of the ideal man in many Asian cultures.
As my mother taught me, a decent and “real man” does the right thing because it is right and seeking personal attention or notoriety is distasteful. The ideal man acts, while the lesser man talks about acting. Living in the U.S. and bridging the cultural divide is difficult, especially when another common ideal is family harmony and representing one’s house with dignity. This is something I continue to struggle with and no one in my family knows… Continue reading ‘Asian Penis’ Dominates Top 5 Non Sex Posts of 2015
Originally posted on The Stripes:
Detroit, 1982 This story is a dramatized account of the murder of Vincent Chin, a Chinese-American man who was killed in 1982 in Detroit, bludgeoned into a coma with a baseball bat by Ronald Ebens and Michael Nitz. The club is labyrinthine. Men gander at the rows of women who… Continue reading Reblog: Detroit, 1982