The unattractiveness of Asian-American men can be linked to their perceived lack of masculinity.
Masculinity in American culture is an idea often predicated on aggressiveness and promiscuity.
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A well-known basher-of-black-women-for-coins recently generated this meme: Sounds like a lot of sour grapes to me.In Asian culture, however, masculinity is generally tied to mental strength, being a provider, and accepting familial responsibility.Furthermore, Asian boys are taught deference to authority at home. The perceived passivity in Asian men can be interpreted through American eyes as femininity, and the consequences of this manifest in everything from Asian men’s near-exclusive representation as “bottoms” in gay porn, to the bamboo ceiling, a term for Asians’ lack of leadership representation in the workforce.Perhaps the most insulting reminder of Western attitudes towards Asians is one of size.Western culture views penis size as a symbol of masculinity.