Check out the ToC on Amazon or Google. Asian fetish is when people of Asian descent, typically females, are "objectified and valued not for who they are as people, but for their race or perceptions of the culture they come from". The objectification is typically sexual in nature. Asian fetish refers to objectifying people of Asian descent , typically females, who are "objectified and valued not for who they are as people, but for their race or perceptions of their culture".
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Kiona, creator of the popular travel blog, How Not to Travel Like a Basic Bitch , is a clap-back queen and a woman with a mission to share true stories and perspectives. Ahead, Kiona shares her story on traveling while Asian and sexual fetishes that many Asians face. Hapa haole, in Hawaiian, means half-white. Having never come across another hapa girl since I left Hawaii, it was a small miracle that I just happened to stumble into three of them while studying in Spain. So naturally, as people do when they look alike, we stuck together. That was the first time I was ever referred to by my race. I was
5 Ways ‘Asian Woman Fetishes’ Put Asian Women in Serious Danger
Republished from Everyday Feminism. Racial fetishes are about objectification, fetishizing an entire group of people — in this case Asian women, means reducing them down to stereotypes instead of recognizing their full personhood. This is different from an interracial partnership where all partners are equally respected.
She noticed there was a similar concentration of Asian women at past fraternity functions—by her count at least a third of the dates were always Asian women. As her date left to join the crowd circling the beer pong tables, Holly sank into the upholstery of a dingy couch. One fraternity brother sat down next to her. Dating application data shows that men of all races—except Asian men—respond the most to Asian women on dating apps. In fact, it can be traced to ideas of Eastern exoticism propagated by European explorers in the late Middle Ages.