Round Two: Dear Asian American Activists

Do not repost this anywhere. If they want it – they’ll find it. And they’ll find it.

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8 thoughts on “Round Two: Dear Asian American Activists

  1. EW, did you draw this? If so, you should have included a white guy eating real sugar from the sugar bag.

  2. I’m not sure if this cartoon reflects the reality. But I’d like to think it does. Ugly Asian women and Nerdy White guys. What more can you ask.

    Look at this and see for yourself.

    • Mallory & Kevin… oh, yeah (and MANY like them). Pause at 0:31 and just look at ’em—they’re like a picture-perfect representation of the caricature above.

      • What you are attacking (at least, what you should be attacking) is the lie of equality. Asian Americans are but one of many carriers of this particular virus, albeit arguably the most hypocritcal of them all.

        You illustrated it here for the world to see: demanding more representation when they themselves are advocating for another race’s gene pool. Not to excuse the lazy, passive apathy the white men tend to have on this subject (they are just as guilty when they do), but ultimately the burden of giving Asians better representation (in general, not just in media) falls on Asians.

        Instead of actually bettering themselves in this arena (by supporting talented Asian actors, encouraging their youth to take up acting, etc.), they’re now resorting to the sympathy play that blacks used once upon a time. They’re finding that it’s mostly falling on deaf ears, but are mistaken in thinking that shouting louder will solve that.

        It is genuinely interesting to see the more vocal AA’s take up after black civil rights movements. I thought you guys were supposed to be smart?

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