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But because black women are women, they also use similar language and tactics as Asian women in framing the whole interracial dating disparity issue as feminism and women’s progress. I’ll never forget the fact that during the darker days of this whole argument within Asian America— when we didn’t have the data, studies, or even freedom to openly talk about the obvious gendered racism infecting our supposedly diverse 21st American social scene —black women were usually the outsiders who backed up Asian men online when the denialists and apologists gaslit us and talked down to us.
I know just how infuriating it can be to have the opposite gender of your community sell you out for white acceptance.
She came to a tongue-in-cheek conclusion that black women and Asian men should therefore get together.
It makes me reaffirm my Ali Wong standom because she talks so much about her Asian husband. Honestly, I’m happy she said that because we all know the underlying truth of it all.Just look at how many black women wanted to throw Stephon Clark into a figurative ditch of a grave because of what he said about black women.Yes, those women’s reactions were harsh and in a coldly objective way, it shouldn’t have mattered what kind of man Stephon Clark was if your main goal was to fight police violence against black people. Just think of how incredibly tormenting it is to be sexually denigrated by members of your own race that it could cause people to say “meh” to state-sanctioned racist murders of your own people.This fight about Issa Rae is all-too-familiar to the fights I’ve seen in the Asian American community, though of course, the “winning” and “losing” genders are swapped for us.It’s Asian women who date and marry out to white partners more than Asian men and it’s more often that Asian women put down Asian men by repeating racist stereotypes (see the BBC show as a public example).