Why didn’t Amy Tan ever have children?
Amy Tan is one of the most renowned Asian American writers in the world – and lo and behold, she’s married to a white guy and has been for 30 years.
She is also one of the most outspoken critics of “Asian patriarchal Confucian culture” – the same Asian patriarchy that has my wife’s father cooking the entire family dinner every night, doing the dishes, while we all sit around watching TV.
I have found a pattern of very ugly Asian women being the most outspoken feminists – from her, to Louise Hung, to Esther Ku – all of whom are able to leverage their vagina and society’s blatantly pedophilic yellow fever to it’s advantage to secure a partner, and to secure attention from the white male power structure.
The upside of this is that the uglier the Asian woman, the higher the chance she harbors extreme bias against her own culture, while harboring positive stereotypes of whatever culture gets a hard-on for her, in this case, weird white men. As a result, feminism and extremism because an outlet for their frustrations at a culture that they place unfair generalizations on, simply because of their (due) anger at the world at being born looking pretty goddamned ugly.
The downside of this is that the uglier the Asian woman, the more hatred she internalizes, the more mentally-unsound fetishization she does of the white majority, hence the more mentally unstable she is; on top of this, the uglier the Asian woman – the more Asian her child will look – giving the kid the double blow of death of being both an Asian male born from a white father, and being mentally ill with severe self hatred pre-installed.