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Why the overwhelming majority of successful, beautiful, happy half Asians have Asian fathers

AMWF: Handsome, full head of hair, mentally stable + a nice woman who loves him for who he is, and is sexually attracted to him, and wants her kids to look Asian like him.

WMAF: Unattractive, racist, bottom of the barrel, hypocritical anti-feminist who marries a cruel, asexual, mentally ill, hostile, negative, self hating Tiger Mom who wants her kids to look white, and marries for social status, money, and bragging rights that her child isn’t Asian (even though the child is Asian), while talking shit about Asian men and white women alongside her loser, insecure husband.

 

Only a matter of time before a WMAF couple kills an AMWF couple.

Or…

A WMAF offspring kills an AMWF couple. (Oh wait, that already happened in Elliot Rodger)

Link: “Your children will be denied the official classification of Caucasian within the White Supremacist racial hierarchy. your hapa sons will be psycho-emotionally castrated then given positions as palace eunuchs, allowed to look but never touch.”

From Afro Alchemist:
Young Elliot Rodger thought his fathers status as a white male would be conferred upon him like some type of birth right, but he was wrong. He would only be accepted as who he appeared to be , in his case an  Asian male , and since he had internalized all the toxic racial ideas about Asian men  in white American culture , he could not bear the thought of being relegated to a  status beneath what he mistakenly believed was his white male identity.
He wasn’t a white man and the white women he so desperately wanted never let him forget it. To them he was just a another socially awkward, shy, small, weak , Asian boy.
It was the this part of himself that he subconsciously blamed for his lack of success with the blonde , blue eyed , golden Becky surfer girls that were always beyond his reach. “all those girls that I’ve desired so much, they would’ve all rejected me as an inferior man if I ever made asexual advance toward them”(7)
It was this part of himself he was trying to kill  when he allegdly drugged, bludgeoned with  a hammer, stabbed  and then mutilated with machetes his first three victims : David Wang, George Chen, and James Hong.”

Comment: “I am half white but I do feel disconcerted that all the Asian women in my family are married to white men despite living in an Asian area and attending predominantly Asian universities. I have found that being even half Asian is a complete turn off to a lot of girls.”

Original Comment Here
“I disagree that most people don’t see color in dating. I know white, black and indian girls who only want to date Asian men and I know Taiwanese, Korean and Chinese girls in Asia who only want to date white men. To be honest as someone of mixed Asian European heritage (yeah my moms asian and my dads white bla bla bla, typical story) I do find that non Asian girls who approach me have this obsession with Asian culture and men. They go to all the Asian boybands on tour and openly admit they prefer Asian men. While Asian girls tell me they prefer white men.
Its ironic but white men prefer the delicate feminine features of Asian women and Asian women prefer the rugged masculine features of western men. Opposites truly do attract.
I am half white but I do feel disconcerted that all the Asian women in my family are married to white men despite living in an Asian area and attending predominantly Asian universities. The Asian men are married to Asian or black women. And yeah I have found that being even half Asian is a complete turn off to a lot of girls. I think I am a good looking guy but even my less attractive Caucasian friends get more attention from girls.
Living in England which does not have a large Asian population I do not blame people dating outside their race. I have dated a mixture of ethnicity’s. I know a British born Chinese girl who only wants to date Asian men and goes to Asian clubs to meet Asian men. Strangely nearly all the British born Chinese men are with Indian women and as far as my experience goes most of the girls who show interest in me are Indian.”

Link: I think their alienation can be seen in their children – half white/half Asian. These children form their own bubble of “Have-Nots.” These offspring are now considering themselves as discriminated against, and even demanding various affirmative action regulations in jobs and academic institutions.

I think their alienation can be seen in their children – half white/half Asian. These children form their own bubble of “Have-Nots.” These offspring are now considering themselves as discriminated against, and even demanding various affirmative action regulations in jobs and academic institutions.

One thing all these “super smart” Asian women have done is to put their super smartness at nabbing that white male. Why? Because they know that their creature comforts will be met by this white male. Their smartness is perhaps a variation of feminine wiles. I have a feeling they are also very smart at hiding their “inner dragon,” and since the males they’ve nabbed are a variation of the wimpy liberal male, they can continue to cleverly disguise it while milking this foolish male dry.

I think their alienation can be seen in their children – half white/half Asian (as they like to collectively be called Asian, although they make sure you know that they are Chinese/Korean/Philippino/Japanes etc.).

These children literally form their own bubble of “Halfs” or it should be a good pun to call them “Have-Nots.” They travel, ritualistically, to their “ancestral” lands, make earnest efforts to learn their ancestral cultures, and now are even pairing up with mates of their own Asian ancestry, since these are also usually half Asians, or at least they were born in the West, so they have this hybrid culture thing going.

These offspring are now considering themselves as discriminated against, and even demanding various affirmative action regulations in jobs and academic institutions.

But, it is also what their mothers do. Chen talks extensively about a “discriminating” America when she was younger, which is also how I think she gets all these “victimized” women on her talk show panel. Ann Curry CRIED on TV, acting like the poor, injured minority female, attacked by that white male.

And when taken to task, what they do does not equate with other white women: Barbara Walters in media; Carolina Herrera (the wedding dress designer) against whom competes that aggressive and copy-cat Vera Wang (I’ve written extensively about her, for example here); and now Ann Curry who couldn’t stick to her fight with Lauer.

Link: ” I refused to be seen in public with my Chinese mother for almost a decade because it guaranteed racial slurs or harassment.”

Original Link to Tumblr
MONDAY, MAY 4, 2015

Anonymous asked: I refused to be seen in public with my Chinese mother for almost a decade because it guaranteed racial slurs or harassment. The most that happened around my white dad was people staring at us and whispering. After my dad passed away I felt completely lost and terrified because I no longer had that protection, and with no white extended family I literally did not know how to go on. We had to move to a racially diverse area 2 states away to even function in society without fear. It was awful.
I think this ask is supposed to showcase how you are protected by white family in public in terms of harassment and racism but as someone with a Chinese mom I can’t help but wonder if you just outright refused to go outside with your mom at all? Like your mom could not escape the racism that was thrown at her?
Neither of my parents could escape racism and I couldn’t pick and choose which one to go out with in order to escape that. Even as a child, I was not afforded the luxury of being ignorant to that because I had to be my mom’s protector, white people would look at me as the 2nd generation and expect me to be the translator, even though my mom could speak English, even as a child my unaccented English was deemed better than my mother’s.
I don’t know where I’m going with this but the way this was worded made me extremely uncomfortable. I understand the point that you were making about being protected from racism, but still.
– Melody
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