Being half-Asian for the past half-century has been nightmarish for several reasons, causing half-Asians massive amounts of mental problems, for the following reasons.
- Racist, dweebish, conservative, fetishistic fathers looking for a “submissive,” traditional wife to make him feel sexy when “mudshark” white women don’t want him and badmouths Asian guys and white women. (Our dads were incels before incels were even a thing).
- Frantic, mentally ill, extremely cruel, viciously pragmatic, status obsessed and self-loathing mothers who frantically, zealousy try to tell us that we are white, and try to pimp us out – literally, in this case – to white people, telling everyone that we’re all so beautiful (even though most of us aren’t – we’re literally just people like everyone else, but have to deal with stupid ass Asian jokes and stigmas pretty much daily).
- Racism against our Asian halves, which no one respects. Half-Asian women are treated as full Asian, as are half-Asian men, and our parents don’t care.
Nobody really cared until a bunch of people died, a bunch of half-Asians that weren’t pouting their way around Asia pretending they were movie stars decided to speak up, and a bunch of people got caught. Hurr durr, “Eurasian Tiger is an jealous incel.” No – I predict patterns, explain why they happen – and warn people. Good people.
Once again, in this world, people only own up to their evil when they get caught.
Apparently Amy Chua is now accused of being heavily involved in the Kavanaugh scandal.
“Coincidentally” she just “happens” to get “sick” exactly at the same time this news comes out. Anyone with an Asian mom will tell you – the only thing that matters to Asians is FACE.
What’s next? Kavanaugh also gets revealed to be a white supremacist with an Asian fetish?
How are half Asians supposed to be normal, exactly?
Like most Asian moms married to White men (re: my mom), oftentimes in dysfunctional, sexless, ugly marriages – she would rather be dead , fake being dead or deathly sick, or do something insanely drastic than avoid the reality of her fetish-marriage coming out. Asian people, especially those looking to ingratiate themselves to whites in order to properly integrate and obtain status, will do everything in their power to prove that Asian women are just as good if not better than white women at helping powerful white men feel a sense of traditionalism. My mother pretty much willed herself to death after refusing to acknowledge that her marriage was horrific and that white men weren’t all that.
I’m too lazy to find a photo to put with this post. I meant to retire this website eventually but toxic WMAF is the gift that keeps on giving and you people keep reading it because it will always be relevant.
From a post on /r/hapas:
Whole article is a must read, but heres the best parts:
The professors proffering the advice are themselves well-known. Both Jed Rubenfeld and his wife, Amy Chua, author of the controversial 2011 book The Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, told this woman about Kavanaugh’s preferences. Then, Kavanaugh was simply known as a prestigious judge on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Though neither said the judge did anything untoward regarding the women he worked with, the student found their counsel off-putting.
“I had mixed feelings,” said the woman, who asked to remain anonymous due to privacy concerns. “On the one hand, it’s a yellow flag; on the other hand, phew, I hadn’t heard anything else.”
Though the judge was known to hire female clerks who had a “certain look,” Rubenfeld told her, he emphasized that he had heard nothing else untoward.
He did not say what the ‘certain look’ was. I did not ask,” the woman said. “It was very clear to me that he was talking about physical appearance, because it was phrased as a warning ― and because it came after the warning about Judge Kozinski.”
While she saw the warning about Kozinski as a flashing red signal, the advice on Kavanaugh didn’t stop her from deciding to interview with him.
That’s when Rubenfeld’s wife stepped in. At Yale, Chua is less known as the “tiger mom” and more sought after for her ability to help students land prestigious clerkships with federal judges ― the sort that can ultimately land a student the ultimate prize, a spot clerking for a Supreme Court justice.
She advised me to be and dress ‘outgoing,’” the former Yale student said. “She strongly urged me to send her pictures of what I was thinking of wearing so she could evaluate. I did not.”
The woman said she was not sure if Chua was giving this advice to others. “She did, however, say that she offers members of her small group the ‘opportunity’ to send her photos so she can help them figure out what to wear for interviews.”
“For the more than ten years I’ve known him, Judge Kavanaugh’s first and only litmus test in hiring has been excellence,” Chua told HuffPost in a response to a request for comment from both professors. The statement was sent from a hospital where Chua has been confined with an undisclosed serious illness.
The statement didn’t deny the student’s account, but it’s glowing in its praise of Kavanaugh, echoing a piece Chua recently wrote for The Wall Street Journal, “Kavanaugh Is a Mentor to Women,” in which she boasts of placing 10 clerks with Judge Kavanaugh, “eight of them women.” Their daughter just accepted a clerkship with Kavanaugh, the statement said.
As I wrote in the Wall Street Journal, he has also been an exceptional mentor to his female clerks,” she said in the statement. “Among my proudest moments as a parent was the day I learned our daughter would join those ranks.”
The statement added that Kavanaugh’s clerks have been a “diverse” group.
the racial, ethnic and ideological diversity of his clerks is unmatched in the entire federal judiciary, including the diversity of his Yale clerks recommended by professor Chua,” Lenkner said.