11.23.2010

Dear Fangirls,

Enough is enough.  Stop it.  Your fail is showing and it's getting embarrassing.  Some of you are giving fangirlism a bad name and it's high time for an intervention.

Sorry to break this to you, but no matter how much he may look like one, your favorite singer or actor (aka your unattainable crush) is not some innocent choir boy.  He likely curses with the best of them, is probably not a virgin, and it's a good bet he's watched at least one porn movie at some point in his life.  Oh, and his feet stink, he leaves his socks on the floor, and he has an annoying tendency to scratch himself in public.  In other words, he's not perfect nor is he a eunuch, so for the love of all that's holy, please take him off that pedestal you have him on!  (I have a sneaking suspicion that he's not too comfortable up there anyway.)

Now that that's out of the way, let's move on to your real issue, shall we?  You know...the issue that seems to get all up under your skin and renders you nearly incomprehensible with pent-up race fail. 

Yeah...that one. 

Underneath all the trappings of fame and fortune, these same men that you claim to love so dearly are just regular people.  Regular men.  Let me repeat:  Regular. Men.  And as such, unless they say otherwise, they like women.  All kinds of women.  And despite your most fervent hopes, that would include women who look a lot like myself and the other lovely ladies on this blog.  These men haven't been stuck in Iowa, or Korea, or Japan, or Britain.  They've traveled the world, have met many different types of people, and have been exposed to countless cultures that are very different from their own.  They've gained a global perspective that allows them to embrace diversity on a scale that you cannot even begin to fathom.

Now, I'm not naïve enough to think that people don't have specific preferences because we all do, and that's fine; however, my limit has been reached.  I'm sick of being  marginalized by your narrow-minded tunnel vision.  I'm tired of being told that I'm not desirable to your idols just because my skin is darker than yours.  I'm done with your denial, I'm through with your fail, and I'm over your holier-than-thou attitude. 

It's obvious that you have a problem that you need to work on.  And it's no longer my problem that you refuse to see what's so plainly obvious to any other thinking person:

(the fun starts at 3:16*)




Isn't it obvious to you now?  Men from all walks of life, all nationalities, all races and all ethnicities are in awe at the mere sight of us. They are often rendered speechless in our presence. They can’t get enough of us. They want to be near us.

They want us. Period.

We are beautiful.

We are feminine.

We are admired.

We are desired.

And we ain't goin' nowhere.

This is for fangirls everywhere--in every genre, in every fandom…you know who you are.  You're being put on notice. Black women are tired of being undervalued, underestimated, dehumanized, and desexualized, and we're not going to take it anymore. We're going to call you on your shit wherever we may find it, so get ready.

Let His Unbearable Sexiness lay to rest once and for all the ridiculous, false, and downright delusional notion that your favorite oppas (or athletes, or race car drivers, or politicians, or whomever it is you profess to love this week) don’t find black women attractive.  Because they do.

So do us all a favor and get over it already.


Signed,

An Attractive, Feminine, Admired and Utterly Desirable Black Woman
aka
Cinnamon


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 Screencaps!

His Unbearable Sexiness shows us how it's done:




*As expected, some of the comments for this video were downright stupid.

55 comments:

  1. Rain said it best: "For those who know already (that men from the global world love *BLACK WOMEN* too) and those who don't will soon!"

    I'm loving this post. Put those fangirls put BLAST, Cinnamon! They love *the* (not "their") idols but racism is racism no matter what color your skin is! It's not cute AT ALL! Get it together fangirls, smarten up!

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  2. Ya know, I think what scares them is that fact that they (other races) can't really compete with black women. I mean we are so unique. Hair, skin-tone, body shape, history, strength, diverse culture...etc.

    We as black women, need to recognize our worth. We, just as Cinnamon stated, are desired all over the world. The media will tell you we aren't; members of our own race will tell us we aren't. But, and here's the kicker, WE ARE!


    Great post!!!

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  3. @ Crystal

    We do make other women mad for some reason. Like...we really set them off. I don't know why that is.

    Black women may get annoyed with the institutionalized (and socialized) racism and marginalization we experience in media, but other women don't "set us off", you know? I mean...they really don't.

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  4. All I could say is YOU FCKING GO GIRL. This whole post just MADE MY WEEK. I am not even kidding. And it's SO funny, because one of my best girls (she's white) is FUCKING OBSESSED WITH HIM.

    I am not even kidding. To give you an example, I said, "Oh, my GOD, Rain is so sexy!" and she literally SNARLED at me and said, "NO. MINE." and I mean ALL of us (her friends) were so fucking worried about her, it's not even funny. She was so, wholly obsessed with him, as if he were a GOD. And that depressed me, because she's such a little homebody.

    So, I wrote a short story (pretty much, using Rain as a basis for my character Dragonrage (Ryuji) )) and how he falls in love with a fan and the fan sees what he just wants everyone else to see:

    HE IS A MAN. JUST A HUMAN MAN. Not a god; just normal!!!!!!

    I hate women who take it SO seriously, and at the risk of sounding racist, Japanese fangirls are NOTORIOUSLY vicious and protective of their "idols" and even attack/prank call/and all these other, horrible things to normal girls who "get too close". Just IMAGINE what would happen if a black woman got close to Gackt or something?

    PEOPLE WOULD RIOT.

    I hate it so much, because I've been told from JUMPSTREET, by my own, black family, "I don't know WHY you like asian men (keep in mind, I don't exclusively date asian men, I date all boys) because they don't even like black women!" And basically because my "skin is too dark" and any asian boy that DOES take a notice in me is considered just wanting to "experiment" with me. WTF.

    SO YOU GO GIRL!!!! You get a standing ovation from me!!!! <3

    Let me end it with this: any man who doesn't like black women has either never dated one, or CAN'T GET ONE. So, bam. <3

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  5. Seriously, this is all ridiculous. It is not that serious. The level of immaturity and bat shit crazy is directly proportional.

    I could give (2)shits about the personal lives of these "idols." What I care about is the music. What I care about is not falling for the hype being sold about the so-called "purity" of K-Pop and its performers.

    These labels sell a certain image to the public. If you all are gullible enough to believe it, then you've got problems. What I see is adult men being packaged/sold as children and you all believe that shit.

    Understand that they have a right to relationships and intimacy just as much as the next damn Human Being. They shouldn't have to sweat their careers for fear of backlash from you knuckleheads.

    At the end of the day, Black Women/People aren't your problem fangirls, YOU are. Hallyu is propoganda. Period. It is big business and there is a a ton of money to be made.

    Cut.It.Out. Grow Up!

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  6. Cinnamon got me all riled up. LOL.

    Another thing. WTF is all this nonsense about some of these "idols" staying in Asia? Huh? What is that mess? Listen, if your favorite performers want to come the the States to gain a foothold and open the doors for others, let them do it.

    Hell Asian-Americans can't even get put on in their own damn country. You think these "idols" aren't aware of the hurdles they face in this country? They know what the deal is and they [b]still[/b] want to come. It's called ambition and not taking NO for an answer.

    This is a big ass pond for them and they are bound and determined to succeed. I say, bring it on. The more, the merrier. Instead of being so damn negative (which I think is a smoke screen for the fact that you don't want them to be successful)show 'em some love & encouragement.

    Stop trying to make them into what you want them to be and let them be who they are!

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  7. Wow. This is why I never get deep into fandom. Too many crazies.

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  8. @leoprincess

    Second. Looks like there's been a war going on and I ain't gettin' involved. *shakes head* Gettin' too old for this ish.

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  9. That damn idiot Sarah Palin got me riled up. She's insulted the First Lady one too many times. I've had it with all these privileged, "I'm not racist" racists. Her nonsense along with all these posts about fangirl stupidity got me going. My tolerance has reached its limits...I had to get it out.

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  10. That damn idiot Sarah Palin got me riled up. She's insulted the First Lady one too many times. I've had it with all these privileged, "I'm not racist" racists.

    *sigh* What did the Witless Wonder say this time?

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  11. @Ankh

    What did the Witless Wonder say this time?

    More of the same, except stupider:

    In a passage on perceptions of racial inequality in the United States, Palin slams President Barack Obama, who, she asserts, "seems to believe" that "America -- at least America as it currently exists -- is a fundamentally unjust and unequal country."

    And then she goes after Michelle Obama:

    Certainly his wife expressed this view when she said during the 2008 campaign that she had never felt proud of her country until her husband started winning elections. In retrospect, I guess this shouldn't surprise us, since both of them spent almost two decades in the pews of the Reverend Jeremiah Wright's church listening to his rants against America and white people.


    I will never forgive John McCain for foisting this idiot onto the country. Can you imagine if Michelle Obama (or any black woman for that matter) was as dumb as SP? She never would've gotten within sniffing distance of the White House.

    Why are WW so threatened by us? We pay them absolutely no mind whatsoever, but they can't seem to leave us alone. Personally, I think SP is jealous of the First Lady. Hell...Michelle Obama has forgotten more than Sarah Palin knows.

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  12. All this was from Palin's new book, btw.

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  13. @Kurosune-hime
    ...one of my best girls (she's white) is FUCKING OBSESSED WITH HIM.

    I am not even kidding. To give you an example, I said, "Oh, my GOD, Rain is so sexy!" and she literally SNARLED at me and said, "NO. MINE."


    You better not show this video to her. She might snap. Seriously though, that behavior is really frightening. You're right to be worried.

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  14. @cinnamon

    Yeah......she seriously has her overzealous fangirl moments. As much as I hate to say it, she is DESPERATE to move to South Korea JUST to find this guy, and she SOLELY dates Asians. Ugh. Seriously, she's a trip, but I LOVE your post hands down. Way to raise a point! :)

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  15. You know...one of my buddies is like this. And it's freaking annoying. She's another one who does that passive-aggressive shit. She fangirls all over her Japanese bf, and makes him less masculine, imo, but then she wants to turn around and glare (also deny) the fact that another Asian man (NOT her boyfriend, so NOT her business!) Is attracted to me, a beautiful Black woman with a gorgeous fro&as I've been told, "lovely" eyes. She knows she's mad. Cinnamon, girl, you hit the nail RIGHT on the head!!!!!

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  16. Whoa what's with the Iowa hate :P We see a lot of women lol
    But no I agree with you these fangirls need to sit theyselves down. Great post

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  17. Ahhh Rain/Bi with his sexy self. I remember seeing this a few months ago and noticed the way he stared at that poster. Is he smitten or what? Lol


    @Kurosune-hime

    Alot of Korean fangirls I come across into Kpop are like that too its to the point that it is sickening. They are beyond delusional at times I just cant even deal. I remember when I was on a forum and came across a post about a DBSK fan's reaction who saw Jaejoong take a pic with a black female. This girl had the audacity to say that the female would "taint" his pure image...pause...say what now? I get tired of people making it as though we are a disease that you catch or that we tarnish the value of things. Needless to say she was ripped a new one. Im sure she would have been even more bothered to know that her "oppa" happens to be crushing on a well known black female entertainer...Beyonce Knowles. He has made that clear on several occasions. We are desireable and and its about damn time people recognize it!!!


    @ Cinnamon

    I love that you came out with this letter. These fans need a dosage of reality with the quickness.

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  18. O I wonder if he was interested, while he was checking me out. I must do some more research next time I see him then. :) (Don't hate, you would too)

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  19. Ah, the fangirls. This was so well written! The comments are equally insightful as well. I shall take this opportunity to say something that has been on my mind for a while now; I seriously believe most of the fangirls we English-speaking audiences interact with online are Americans with quite a few being Asian-American. I haven't seen this mentioned here before and I wonder how that changes/explains anything, if at all?

    I see some people tend to assume these fangirls are actually Korean or Japanese but fangirls in those countries would be using resources available in their own language not in English. Thoughts, anyone?

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  20. @ EY - That they are English speakers is a given for me because the ridiculous comments I've been reading have been on American based forums.

    I can't comment on Korean or Japanese fan girls because that's not where the venom is coming from @ least based on my experiences.

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  21. "Wow. This is why I never get deep into fandom. Too many crazies. "

    Ditto. 'Nuff said.

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  22. @Bcbgrl33
    Whoa what's with the Iowa hate :P We see a lot of women lol.

    LOL!! No hating on your home state. Actually, very circular thinking led me to Iowa. It went something like this:

    Crazy, racist fangirls-->Star Trek XI-->Spock/Uhura-->Jim Kirk hitting on Uhura in a bar-->Iowa. I told you it was circular... :)

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  23. @EY
    I seriously believe most of the fangirls we English-speaking audiences interact with online are Americans with quite a few being Asian-American.

    Good point. I don't think women from other countries feel threatened by us the same way that American WW do now that I think about it. I've also heard that some Asian-Americans (mostly girls) consider themselves white.

    I used to go to school with a girl like that. She was half-white and half-Chinese, but if she didn't tell you she was mixed you'd never know it (she looked full Chinese). She considered herself white and she only dated white boys. Since she was mixed, that's fair, but it's like she kind of threw her Chinese side under the bus although her mother and father were divorced and she was being raised by her Chinese father. (Her mother was a racist by the way...she did tell me that). I also will never forget the time that she told me specifically that for the most part, Asians consider themselves white. I was like "Huh?" I was young, so I really didn't question it, but I do remember being confused.

    I wonder if that's still the case and if it has anything to do with it if Asian-American fangirls are indeed caught up in all this race fail.

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  24. @Moonwalker 723
    She fangirls all over her Japanese bf, and makes him less masculine, imo,

    Really? Can you give us some examples? That's fascinating in a watching a car wreck kind of way. I can't imagine why any woman would want to make her boyfriend less masculine.

    but then she wants to turn around and glare (also deny) the fact that another Asian man (NOT her boyfriend, so NOT her business!) Is attracted to me, a beautiful Black woman with a gorgeous fro&as I've been told, "lovely" eyes. She knows she's mad.

    WTF?! Why in the hell is she worried about whether another man finds you attractive or not? See, that's what trips me the hell out...we're cool to hang around with and all that, but it's like they want us to be the ugly stepsisters of the bunch. They want all the attention for themselves, and if a man overlooks them to look at us, then there's either something wrong with him, or we're just seeing things.

    The insecurity of these women is astounding. They'd deny it of course, but it's all about insecurity. Big time insecurity.

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  25. @Cinnamon
    I also will never forget the time that she told me specifically that for the most part, Asians consider themselves white. I was like "Huh?" I was young, so I really didn't question it, but I do remember being confused.

    I wonder if that's still the case and if it has anything to do with it if Asian-American fangirls are indeed caught up in all this race fail.


    I know here in GA, and listening to the fiance's angry rants and tirades when he comes home (he owns a restuarant with his father and his brother), that Asian folks (all of them, and at least in the South), either think that they're white or that they're better than EVERYone else. Like, I've gone to where their restaurant is housed and I've seen the way Asians do a double take if I prance myself in there (yes, I said 'prance' because damned if I'M going to look demure in my cute damn boots, gotdamn), but don't blink if whites come in there at all.

    They're also overly friendly with the white security guard that watches the place, but when the black security guards are there (and I've spoken to these guys because I'm cool with them), they either stay the hell away from them or frown at them and whisper to themselves and point. And I'm like, really people? Really?

    I've even been in there and had a worker double a serious double take, disappear behind a wall and peek at me while I sat with my daughter on my legs, "bouncing" her up and down on my knees. So Chinese race!fail = alive and well. One of his waitresses told me about their magazines and that on Mainland China and Taiwan that they literally get eye surgeries just to have this crease to their lids like white people do. It's crazy.

    But on the flipside, and this just gets my ALL confused, is that they pay hundreds of dollars to get their hair permed to get this insane curly, kind of 'fro look going because their hair is naturally straight. So, when my daughter may be hanging out with her Dad, they are ooing and ahhing over her (she looks more Chinese than Black - i.e. she looks more like the fiance than me (which is hella annoying but whatever), they always ask: "How did her eyes get that crease?" And say, "Oh, you won't have to spend ANY money on her hair! It's so curly!"

    And they ask, how he [the fiance] did it. He looks them dead in the eye and says, "I'm marrying a Black woman, and they make WAAAAAY prettier babies than you."

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  26. And, PS: Look at Rain gushing in that Video!!! Jesus! LOL!

    Seriously, he was in NYC at the time. Should've taken my butt up there for college.

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  27. And they ask, how he [the fiance] did it. He looks them dead in the eye and says, "I'm marrying a Black woman, and they make WAAAAAY prettier babies than you."

    DAMN! XD

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  28. Okay...I'm feel a bit of an angry/annoyed vibe towards Asian women. Big no-no on this post, if you all recall.

    Conversational redirect: EDGRay's comment touches up on some of the white worship we came across when discussing the likes of Robin Thicke. AsianMedia has a few things to say.

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  29. And this is why I love rain. And I think I love cinnomon too xD

    But on a more motivational note, this post is an EPIC WIN. serious not just Blasian fans should come to this blog, all sisters should. This the exact kind of stuff we need to read and to know that there are many more thinking this same. I'm so glad I found this blog ^___^

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  30. I am gonna have to take a special trip to COEX Mall and show you what I was seeing. Totally slipped my mind at the time. It was cold I needed clothes.

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  31. Oh and on this asians thinking they're white trip, I've seen it afew times and it's the most annoying thing ever. It seems they missed the part in history where the white came in an commenced to take up their "burden" with them as well. *shakes head* it's an ignorance really

    But in that link provided from Anhkee's post one Korean guy commented and I thought it was interesting that he said whites were only friendly to a degree whereas blacks may seem unapproachable in the beginning but they are actually more friendly and they are much more llikely to have a long term friendship. He also said he was sick of Asian guys asking what it was like to sleep with non-Asian girls and they can fuck off and find out for themselves

    Did anyone else catch that? Couldn't help but smile ^_^

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  32. @Cinnamon
    Oh, examples? Gladly! First of all, she calls him "pretty." she actually calls ALL hot Asian men with smaller frames "pretties." As if they're some kind of extraterrestrial beings. I find it demeaning, really...She also dressed him up as a BUNNY for Halloween, and she constantly refers to how small his body frame is. And she can't get over how much he eats, due to his size. But come on, he's a guy. Guys eat a lot. Apparently, he's extremely athletic, and she told me once that he's really muscular for being such a small guy. but she has NEVER referred to him as sexually attractive. EVER. There's something wrong with that. Maybe she's denying his sexuality to try to prove that he's not with her just because A) she's a White chick and B) he wants the sex. It's like: "Sure, you can be a guy, but you can't be a REAL man. Asian guys aren't REAL men." Or whatever goes through their crazy fangirl brains @.@

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  33. @ Moonwalker723

    That girl makes me want to vomit.

    Maybe she's denying his sexuality to try to prove that he's not with her just because A) she's a White chick and B) he wants the sex. It's like: "Sure, you can be a guy, but you can't be a REAL man. Asian guys aren't REAL men."

    So, like, they're not sexually active? *blink*

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  34. @Ankh

    No, they're not sexually active...I guess because she's only 18 (which is legal anyway.)

    And yeah, sometimes I wanna smack her into next week. But I'm too nice to ACTUALLY do it. ;)

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  35. @ Moonwalker723 - The part that made my eyebrow shoot WAY up was where she dressed him up as a bunny. As in he sat back and allowed it. While I'm wondering what's up with that chick, I think the bigger question is what happened to this guy's ba...er,spine.

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  36. ha ha that reminds me of some photos/fancams from Rain's recent tour: some fans gave him cat ears and he put them on for a second. He doesn't normally do the "act cute" thing but it was a gift.

    back on topic: this seems to happen towards black women in almost every fandom. Other women feel the need to tell black women what men really think of us, only it is some twisted white supremacy based concept of what they think of us that involves elaborate complicated twisted justifications of why men really didn't like us. At the end of the day, men are men if they find you attractive they will respond

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  37. Makes you wonder why they put in so much energy to 'remind' us of that 'fact' at every opportunity. Insecure much?

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  38. The is an element of denial here also. Non-black women feel the need to step in and tell us what men "really" think, and in so doing, ignore what men themselves are doing and saying where black women are concerned.

    You ladies have got me thinking....

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  39. @Anhk
    Yes, I'm seeing this denial more and more everyday on campus. It's bad.
    And I've also noticed that a lot of our family members have fed into it as well. What Non-black women are feeding us translates to them as A)settle for the broke-ass Negro that wants to sleep with you, because he's the only one that'll take you anyway or B)have some standards and be alone for the rest of your life (my mother said the second one to me about a week ago.)

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  40. What Non-black women are feeding us translates to them as A)settle for the broke-ass Negro that wants to sleep with you, because he's the only one that'll take you anyway or B)have some standards and be alone for the rest of your life (my mother said the second one to me about a week ago.)

    *shudder* Lawd...does that sound familiar.

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  41. Ankh-My, my it's WAY too familiar. I still remember that we made a promise to ignore all the crap they feed us! ;)

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  42. Behold the mass hateration here:

    Black Women Stealing Our Asian Men

    and here:

    Asian Men Stealing Black Women

    Notice to two very important things here.

    1)People made a point to post these topics.
    2)Other people made a point to stop, read, and comment on these topics.

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  43. @ Ankh - I read both threads. Why so threatened folks? The amount of venom comes as no surprise @ all. We don't want you, but we don't want anyone else to have you either.

    It is and has been happening.

    You.Can.Not.Stop.It.

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  44. @ Lenoxave

    The "downplaying" is what always catches my attention.

    These weren't the only two posts like these; oddly enough, there's quite a few more. So while folks like these are saying ish like, "Black women don't matter, Asian men don't matter, etc.," they seem awfully preoccupied with what we're doing, and they take time out not only to check on what we're doing, but then actually stop and talk about it. They feel the need to remind themselves and others that Asian men and black women [supposedly] don't matter.

    And here's another thing:

    She didn’t find him all that attractive but she thought he was a nice guy. After dating all those Mr. Wrong’s in the city, she figured it wouldn’t hurt to give a nice guy a chance.

    So...ole girl wasn't really into Tom Lo and didn't think he'd pick up on that vibe? She didn't think that might cause a problem in the relationship?

    He said, “I can’t see you anymore.” She asked, “Is there someone else?”. He goes, “Yes, when I was seeing you, I was also dating someone else.” So my friend asked, “Do you really want to be with her?” He hesitated and said, “Yes”. So with grace and etiquette, my friend wished him luck and went home. She thought that the only reason she could have been dumped was probably because he found someone younger and prettier than her.

    Mm-hmmmm...this is the type of thinking which gets you dumped. Because she's shallow, she assumes everybody else must be as well. Bloggers talk about how happy Tom and Pepa look...did it ever occur to Miss Thang here that maybe that's what he was interested in? Being happy? Being appreciated just for the way he is, and not treated like a stand-in until Mr.Something-Better comes along?

    My friend is pretty. I have no idea why he went for Pepa. Maybe cause she’s a star? Anyhow, the guy is not all that cute but if you watch episode 5, the guy is romantic and such a gentleman.

    Naw, boo-boo; he has money. He doesn't need her money or her fame. He just wants a woman he can relax with, be himself around, and be secure with the knowledge she's not going to up and leave once she gets bored with "nice guys" whom she doesn't find "all that attractive."

    *shakes head* Some women....

    It must really sting that not only did he get a black woman, but a famous black woman with bank.

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  45. Now as for the second one
    ...hehehehehehheheheh... all the first the dude posted - in addition to the title - was this:

    "WAKE UP brothas!

    them asian boys running off with all out women

    http://www.youtube.com/watch..."

    --that's it. That's all he posted. And it's triggered almost a thousand comments. You know...'cause we don't matter. We're not important. We're unattractive.

    Btw...that link naturally leads to several others and including this delightful vid right here:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D6UMwy8WGz4

    Notice how gorgeous the women are. Notice how adorable those Blasian babies are.

    Gawd...it must just sting.

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  46. @Ankh
    Gawd...it must just sting.

    Why, yes...yes it does. There was a video on YouTube of a white man who related a comment that a co-worker (a white woman) made to him about his black wife. The comment went something like: "I can't believe you're married to a black woman...you're so cute." As if because he's good-looking, he shouldn't want to be with a black woman let alone marry one. (horror of horrors!)

    Here's the link.

    Man...for a woman to make that kind of statement to someone about their wife as if it's perfectly okay. *smdh* Privilege on steroids. Smells like a massive amount of jealously and insecurity to me. And it probably just eats her up inside that his wife is absolutely gorgeous and that he seems to adore her.

    Like everyone here has already said...if we're so beneath contempt and are supposedly no competition, why are sooooo many women threatened by us?

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  47. @moonwalker723

    Wow! Why would any woman want to call her BF pretty and dress him up as a damn bunny rabbit for Halloween? That's just sick! And calling Asian men "pretties?" That is way demeaning. What's her deal anyway? Why does she want an Asian man if she's not attracted to them?

    @Ankh
    Non-black women feel the need to step in and tell us what men "really" think, and in so doing, ignore what men themselves are doing and saying where black women are concerned.

    That's probably why they keep getting caught off guard when they find out they've been wrong all along. I find "the awakening" hilarious myself. They're always just so damn shocked, shocked I tell you! Dumb asses.

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  48. @ Cinnamon

    LOL - no you didn't link that. That's immediately what my mind shot to, so you can imagine how hard I chuckled when I saw you linked that old post.

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  49. I know that this topic is pretty old,but I just came from AllKpop.com. Apparently, there is a rapper out there called Crown J. Similarly to the video you have about Monsieur Nov, he has a black woman playing his love interest.

    To be honest, I'm not an avid fan of hip-hop,but I will listen to it from time to time depending on who it is. The reviews about him are mixed. Of course, you know that there some racist critics on there. It's sad that you have some people out there who can't get past color and who would rather see a potential star fail than pass.-M

    If those fangirls think that Asian men cannot be into Black women, let them keep thinking that. Judging by the people like Se7en, Bi rain, Monsieur Nov and Crown J, they seem at least not to have nay problems featuring them in their routines.-M

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  50. i literally stood up and clapped at this post. i'm not african american but caucasian and i can relate and you said it like it is black woman are desired and theres not a single fucking thing they can do good for you! :)

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