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But this isn’t just a brazen and insulting media campaign.Hong Fincher argues cogently that the trend has severe economic consequences, given that marriage and home buying are so closely connected in China.It must be annoying to hear people who don’t know you (and have most certainly never looked in your pants, and quite possibly never into the pants of any Asian man) comment on the size of your penis. And after it became painfully obvious that these laws were racist, these nasty little rumors began to spread about the kind of package you were packing. It’s not so much the size of the boat as it is the motion of the ocean, and Asian boats are no different in size than any other boats. Didn’t your momma teach you not to believe everything you hear? And, yes Virginia, you can rock it in bed with a Chinese man — horizontally, vertically, a la the Position Of The Day Playbook, loud enough to wake up the neighbors, you name it.(We won’t even get into the hypersexualized Black man; that’s a story for another day.) All sorts of different men have all sorts of different penis sizes, but some people act as though a man’s penis size says something about him. That blissful, “the night after” smile you might have seen on my face?In short, the imagery takes Asian men lightly, as less-serious competitors for women, and less-competent fighters.Outside the theater, we transfer these perceptions of Asian men to Asian countries.
Even as Fortune columnist Stanley Bing writes in the title of his book, Sun Tzu is “a sissy.” This “lightness of being portrayed” can be seen historically in the descriptions of Asian male leaders such as Ho Chi Minh and Mao Zedong, and now even of Kim Jong Il.
“They’re just a category of women concocted by the government to fulfill its goals of so-called upgrading population quality, maintaining stability and promoting marriage.” She explains the pressure on women to marry for the benefit of a harmonious society stems from a 2007 announcement issued by China’s state council, which claimed the country faced a severe problem of low population quality that would impede its ability to compete on the world stage.
As a result, the government made ‘upgrading population quality’ a priority, citing China’s severe sex ratio imbalance as a threat to social stability: China’s National Bureau of Statistics estimates that there are around 20 million more men under 30 than women under 30 in the country (interestingly, Hong Fincher notes that ‘bare branches’, a nineteenth-century term for childless, unmarried men, is still used in China today).
The kind of guy that made cliches like “tall, dark and handsome” drip from your mouth.
It didn’t matter that he was spoken for, with a modelesque girlfriend that seemed worlds (and heavens) away from the mortal girl I was.