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It’s easy to attack a minority community when said community seems so insignificant. In a statistic from USC’s Annenberg School of Journalism and Communication, only 1% of Hollywood films had any Asian Americans as leads (Asian Americans currently compose over 5% of the entire U. A recent article in found that mass media portrayals and its subsequent perpetuance of Asian emasculation, has led to many men experiencing intense stress, anxiety and overall lack of self-esteem.“Feeling sexually undesirable has played a part in many Asian men going long stretches of time without dating anyone out of fear of rejection,” says Dr.Nicole Hsiang to , a psychotherapist in San Francisco who specializes in Asian American men and women.
It has been reported that K-pop and K-drama have caused Yellow fever/Asian fetish amongst white fangirls, here’s the evidence: Thank you for the most amazing night ever!!!!! 💖😍💘@BTS_twt @Big Hit Ent @bts_bighit #bestbirthdayever pic.twitter.com/zqc XFy4tp1— Kylie Rogers (@Kylie Anne Rogers) April 3, 2017These really appeal to all fangirls which include caucasian one too.After over one-hundred years of emasculation, why, in 2017, are we still having these conversations, many Asian Americans asked?This humiliating narrative has haunted Asian American males for the past century beginning from the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 to Yellow Peril in the late 1800’s (that is, that Asians were a terror to white America).“This is a direct result of racist media portrayals of Asian men as undesirable and hearing statements like, ‘I don’t date Asian men,'” she says.
“The negative images become internalized and start to be believed in by AA men themselves.”Indeed, there has been a strong correlation between emasculating Asian American men and how desirable they are.
I’m also worried if a white girl who is a K-pop fan or have a Asian boyfriend could be a victim of sexual assault or rape just because of that.