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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.
As an Asian woman there's nothing more disappointing than realizing that the guy you thought was into you has yellow fever.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.While the submissive Asian girl is a vast oversimplification, of course, it represents a highly complex geopolitical history spanning almost 200 years.This gave rise to what culture critic and theorist Edward Said referred to as Orientalisim, or the persistent exoticizing and feminization of images of the East in order to, by contrast, masculinize and project the power of the West.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.
It's like when you get with someone following a breakup and you're already assuming they're cheating on and lying to you, because why would anyone ever be genuine? Venus and Saturn will also connect this week, offering us some much-needed connection to other people, as well as clarity…
by Codi Cheyenne Mercury’s retrograde ends on December 6th! What better way than with a New Moon in Sagittarius the very next day!
In the late 1800s, French naval officer and part time novelist Pierre Loti loved writing about all of his travels in the Middle East and South Asian seas and eventually his trip to Japan.
That was the site of his 1888 breakthrough hit The book is a fictional diary account of a French naval officer’s sojourn to Nagasaki, where he takes up a so-called “temporary wife” called Chrysanthéme. World War II and the Korean and Vietnam Wars fully revived this geopolitical image of the hyper-masculinized West led by Uncle Sam going to invade the feminized and by virtue weaker and cunning East.
There’s the “cunning Dragon Lady,” the “severely strict Tiger Mom,” and the “model minority math whiz.” But in this episode, I want to focus on one of the most persistent and highly fetishized of these stereotypes that women – especially young and single – still encounter today: the submissive China doll or Japanese geisha.