"I'm not racist, my wife is Asian!" What happens when racist, alt-right, anti-feminist, anti-asian white men marry extremely racist, status-obsessed, asian women that hate asian men and hope their children look white - and have a son or daughter who looks asian?

Why does it seem that the men that pursue Asian women as a "last resort," are generally the most racist, spiteful and hateful people – especially against Asian men, other minorities and white women? If Asian women prefer White men – why is this, and what happens to the children – especially if they look predominantly Asian? Compiled by Asian-looking Eurasians and Hapas themselves. A community effort to explore the unintended consequences of "white fever" and "yellow fever", racism, fetishes, power imbalances, stereotypes, and the effect it has on a staggeringly large, growing, and unexplored new demographic. Why does it seem the children of Asian men and White women fare better and are more successful? Why is there such a double standard against Asian men and white women, whereas Asian women essentially default to White men? What happens when Half Asian sons resemble Asian men? Why do so many White supremacists, alt-rightists, and White Nationalists have Asian partners? Why do racist white men fetishize Asian women, and why do Asian women fetishize white men – and what does that mean for the children?

About HalfAsian.Org

There have been many attempts to establish a unifying identity for Hapas and Eurasians, particularly in the last half century. Many of these lie within treatises and academic papers hidden away in libraries around the world, but seemingly all of them avoided one simple question.

Why are our backgrounds so similar?

Why was it that we were almost completely uniform in our parentage, wherein most Hapas and Eurasians have Caucasian fathers?

Many other websites have sprung up over time, but all of them shirked the issue. It was largely uncomfortable for many to discuss, yet it was obvious to everyone involved.

Recently, there were a slew of incidents involving Hapas, which quickly demystified their appeal, and showed many of them to be troubled, lost, people.

HalfAsian.Org aims right at the heart of the issue, to find out what we are, who we are, and why we are, and to no longer let the issue remain lost.

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