Skip to comments.‘Yellow fever’ and the fantasy of the Asian female
Posted on 06/25/2013 1:05:17 AM PDT by TexGrill
Here is a dumb thing you should never do: watch the 007 caper You Only Live Twice with your feminist American girlfriend a woman of color to boot. In a series renowned for its sexism, the Japan entry takes the biscuit.
My date night was first upset as Bond is massaged in a bathhouse by Aki, an improbably svelte and doe-eyed assistant, who whispers that she will enjoy very much serving under him. The feminist girlfriend, adorable if not exactly svelte, emits a derisive snort. What is she a slave?
When Bond and another sexiful nymph, the pearl diver Kissy Suzuki, search for the villains hideout in the Kyushu mountains, the feminist girlfriend at last blows a fuse. Why is that chick running around in a bikini and high heels on a volcano?
It is a valid point that I have given a lot of thought. The honest answer can only be that Kissy Suzuki understands what men like, the recesses of the lizard brain, and that she is guilelessly happy to deliver. No wonder my date night went south.
Any cultural interaction can trigger fantasies, a pushing of buttons in the collective unconscious. Few of these fantasies, though, seem as keen as the one Western males have of Asian females (and this, in turn, pushes buttons for non-Asian females). What lies beneath this attraction besides obvious physical features? And what are the fantasies driving yellow fever, the fetish for Orientals that can make Western guys in Japan act like brats in a toy shop?
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“Note the glints of steel in the Asian womans eye, though. They can be very damn tough, and in the right situation they can be as hard and vicious as any white trailer-trash.”
That’s an accurate description of Korean women. I learned the hard way don’t mess with the Korean women.
I heard they are very materialistic. I was told to avoid the ones still in Korea. Koreans are taking over NoVa.
Koreans watch Hollywood films and many Koreans love Obama. Nowadays, Korean women want to be more feminist than the American feminists. They’re materialistic too. They’ll not only put they’re man in massive debt but complain every waking moment that they can’t do even more shopping. Then there’s the Korean rage. We’re talking World War III. If South Korea wants to make North Korea Kim Jong-un scared they should announce an all-Korean female battallion is deployed nearby the North Korean border.
I have a friend who was in Korea and he said we were there to keep the South out of the North as much as they were there to keep the North out of the South.
James Bond: Is this the only room there is?
Kissy Suzuki: Yes. That is your bed,
[points to one side of room]
Kissy Suzuki: I shall sleep over there.
[points to other side of room]
James Bond: But we’re supposed to be married.
Kissy Suzuki: Think again, please. You gave false name to priest.
James Bond: Yes, but we must keep up appearances. We’re on our honeymoon.
Kissy Suzuki: No honeymoon. This is business.
James Bond: [pushing aside his oyster dinner] Well, I won’t need these.
That’s really funny, considering this is NIGERIA we’re talking about. Maybe it’s just for the fortunate few that GET to go to high school. Otherwise their country wouldn’t be a back-asswards turd-world hellhole.
?? not sure what your talking about. I am married to an Indian wife...
but yes I would agree about Nigeria...
oh and to the fembots who had a brain hemmorhage when I said she does cooking and ironing... THAT’S what’s wrong with you
She LIKES to do those things- she wont let me do them
I just thought that bragging on high school students from a country with about a 65% literacy rate (better than Detroit) was a bit disingenuous. Sure, there are bound to be good private schools anywhere, but if Africa really had high educational standards it wouldn’t be Africa.
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