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Heck, let ’em roll our economic reality into a black hole while our government deficit spends and bails these buffoons out for nonsensical wars so we can set the next one up and rule the world.No, and certainly aren’t “masculine.” Again we see the romanticizing of a certain stereotype of “Asian culture,” with Asian women having a “well-known cultural attitude of gentle and caring support” and “Eastern values,” which apparently involves being sweet and supportive.Though they’ve also “learned Western values,” which here is associated with being “outgoing…independent and fun…”.Thus, the West = independent, fun women, while the East = supportive, submissive ones.Those little feet pitter-pattering about rule our lives lately.But on the occasional free moment I get to tap out scatterbrained bursts of consciousness about raising toddlers in Cambodia, traveling with them and working abroad. At first I was scared and sad, thinking this must be the way things are, and that I'll always be targeted for being stereotypically "submissive," or "docile," or "better in bed." But for all of you Asian babes out there who know what I'm talking about and have faced these same objectifications, I'm here with you, and I feel your anger and frustration. The energies of the cosmos seriously slipped last week, and now we’re all rising back up.But instead of letting these creepy asshole guys make you feel scared or hopeless, put an end to this blatant yellow fever bullshit and put your foot down. by Caroline Phinney I feel kind of bad for 2019 because people are already mad at it and it hasn't even started. That means you’re going to have to shake off the dust and become alert.
The overarching theme to this stereotype is ascribing ultra-femininity to prop up masculinity.
Yellow fever is an outright, unabashed, objectification of a human being.
By targeting prospective partners based on their race, you're classifying their worth based on an uncontrollable (and largely insignificant) element of their being.
These posts are my personal updates to friends and family.
As an Asian woman there's nothing more disappointing than realizing that the guy you thought was into you has yellow fever.