Whether people really believe in multiculturalism or hide behind the concept to confirm their own prejudices is unclear. But much of this 'multiculturalist doctrine' revolves around an audited moral framework, in which people try to satisfy their racialized sexual fantasies, then justify their choices by selling themselves as part of this mosaic of 'colorblindness' and diversity. That the general public believes whole-heartedly in this deception demonstrates what a believable pseudo moral niche the Media has carved for itself in convincing the population of its legitimacy. That these dynamics are both the cause and direct result of the mainstream media's policies of making Asian women 'mainstream' as a foil against the white man while excluding Asian men should be noted.
About that Natalie Tran Video on White Male/Asian Female Relationships…
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I groaned as all the signs I had ignored collided like pieces of Tetris and sank deep into my gut. It was a Saturday afternoon and I was sitting in bed browsing through Bumble. I had been on this supposedly classier version of Tinder for about two weeks. As a junior doctor, it is rare that I stay in the same place for more than a couple of years and I was due to move in the next few months — Bumble was just my way of social profiling. Justin was thirty-one and a corporate professional. He was white with curly black hair and grey eyes behind wire-framed glasses.
At first glance, it seems that hardly anyone does. Everyone is that friend or has friends who download and delete dating apps cyclically. Yet, no matter how much everyone claims to hate them, everyone still seems to have a folder on their phone that contains apps like Tinder, Bumble, Hinge, Raya, Coffee Meets Bagel or whatever other new dating app is currently trending. Admittedly, as an Asian man, I felt an eerie amount of correlation between my experiences and the ones Sky and Jazz described.
The researchers also found that Asian women whose partners are white are more likely than white women with Asian or white partners to have a caesarean delivery, as part of a broad analysis of perinatal outcomes among Asian, white and Asian—white couples. The findings, the authors say, could benefit clinicians working with an increasingly diverse patient population. It's difficult to estimate the prevalence of Asian-white couples, but Census Bureau's survey also reported being of mixed Asian-white ancestry. Although past studies have looked at ethnic differences in perinatal outcomes, the majority of research has focused on white-African-American couples.