Yellow fever dating
A few women responded who had also been deceived by John. Suzanne and the other women who met due to John’s dishonesty decided to take action, to warn future victims of John’s true character.
They created a fake Ok Cupid profile, with John’s picture and a slight variation on his username.
For men, they may believe that Asian woman are compliant and submissive--a notion forwarded by years of movies, TV, and books portraying Asian women as geisha-types.
For both men and women with yellow fever, there is also the idea that Asian people are spiritual and grounded, and that they spout wise, Confucian aphorisms on an hourly basis.
One woman in Sacramento says: "I have suffered much of my life from yellow fever, so guys...you are Asian, that's a BIG plus to me!
" Reasons for yellow fever are as varied as the people who have it.
Others claim that it’s a harmless preference on the basis of physical appearance, no different than a preference for blondes or girls with tattoos.
Unfortunately, neither of these answers is correct.There is even a Tumblr blog that compiles messages from “creepy white guys with Asian fetishes.” Yellow fever was also depicted in Debbie Lum’s documentary, Seeking Asian Female, which takes a close look at relationships between white men and Asian women.So the real question is not whether white men have a preference for Asian women, but why? Some argue that it’s because Asian women are more docile, submissive, and tame than their raucous and outgoing Caucasian counterparts.For Asians, yellow fever can feel demeaning because it objectifies them.They become an object (an Asian person with pre-conceived characteristics) rather than an individual person with their own unique qualities.But in many of his photos, he is accompanied by Asian women.“Yes, he has yellow fever,” my friend confirms.