Photo courtesy of the author THE FIRST TIME I got a whiff of judgement about my interracial marriage came from a close friend of my family. While some Japanese people looked upon his “fetish” with distaste. On my side, I got yelled at by older people while in a more traditional part of Japan for “denying my cultural identity” as a Japanese woman (I learned quickly how to say “I’m a Chinese person” — it didn’t always make a difference).
How is that possible if I'm innately predisposed to be stupid?I did not think your Nazi editor would actually take it literally. I know the unfair, discriminating and stereotypical aspect of it myself. Young people, especially Asians want to fit in and perhaps dating a white man makes them feel more a part of the American experience.MY point is that Sonny Le pathetic white bahing commentary is an outrage to any social or politically correct organization or magazine. Oh , yeah , it's because he's asian and your asian. I'll see about matbe dealing with this website from the ISP arbitration department and see if they'll tolerate haters as well. The fact that he promotes that people do not read books from white men dead or alive and you actually keep the content on your site is repulsive. When you scrape away that superficial bullshit, the emotional barriers to dating someone inside your own race is less difficult. (NOTE: At the time of writing this, our cat is perfectly happy being the child of a mixed race household. (Bonus Experience Points if “God”, “Jesus” or “Bible” is called upon) 3. But upon moving off the US mainland, first to Hawai’i, then to Japan and Hong Kong, the reaction to our marriage began to evolve. If people commented on our racial differences, the comments often centered on me having married a “white guy.” Even then the comments were mild. While on the US mainland many of the comments were geared more toward the fact that I am Asian, in Hawai’i my husband actually felt a bit more of the scrutiny.