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Man filmed being dragged off United flight causes outrage in China

Man filmed being dragged off United flight causes outrage in China

Man dragged off overbooked United flight 01:13 (CNN)A public relations disaster for United Airlines is transforming into an international incident in one of its most important markets. Video of a passenger being dragged off a Chicago-Louisville flight , bloodying his nose and leaving him dazed in the process, has […]

It is about time Asians get pissed and vote with their pocketbooks.  It is also about time Asians give the same treatment to racist Hollywood.

Asian-American representation in Hollywood

Asian-American representation in Hollywood

Hunger, Harold. They were very, very hungry. With the casting controversies over the live-action Ghost in the Shell movie and the Marvel Netflix series Iron Fist , the outcry over “whitewashing” of Asian characters in American entertainment has reached a fever pitch. So I thought I’d write a post […]

Why do I, who am not Asian, care about whitewashing? Well, there’s a not-so-important reason and a very important reason. The not-so-important reason is that I have a lot of Asian-American friends, and it pisses me off to see movies depicting an America in which they don’t seem to exist. But that’s very unimportant compared to the real issue, which is racial integration.

Most of America’s immigration now comes from Asia, meaning that the nation’s future will be greatly affected by how well we integrate Asian-Americans into American culture and society. Keeping Asian-Americans invisible will cause non-Asian Americans to keep seeing them as perpetual foreigners and outsiders, while denying them representation in the mass media will make Asian-Americans themselves feel disaffected and anti-nationalistic.

To see what I mean, watch this short film by Chewy May and Jes Tom. A lack of Asian-American heroes on the silver screen has made many Asian-Americans feel that their country doesn’t really consider them normal, mainstream citizens. That’s unacceptable.

Time to stop romanticizing white men

Time to stop romanticizing white men

Illustration: Liu Rui/GT Recently, an American mechanic-turned ESL teacher claimed in a video that he bedded hundreds of Chinese women in China. A few weeks earlier in the UK, a Chinese young woman, XiXi Bi, was killed by her white boyfriend. Unfortunately, these are not isolated incidents but part […]

The answer is the rosy, inflated self-concept of Westerners that has prevailed in our minds. The West has filled the non-Westerners with false notions of white superiority and white benevolence, and China unquestioningly accepted and reinforced it.

For example, the tendency to romanticize the notion of a white male partner while obscuring the dark side of Western behaviors – selfishness, violence, and the penchant to use other people as they’ve done throughout their history.

Let’s examine the manufacturing of the chivalrous “white gentleman” image – an enduring myth that survives in our minds despite reality contradicting this false idea in the news every week.

Consider 2016’s film, “The Great Wall,” China’s highest budget film to date. It featured a daring, heroic white male army captain saving the country.

These plot devices are a pattern in movies; they represent a purposeful formula used by the West.

While films may seem like “harmless entertainment,” they create powerful, irrational beliefs and “preferences” in the audience’s mind. They see larger-than-life, heroic “white gentleman” on film, and it becomes only natural for women to idealize them and want to date them.

But, here’s a question: In America, who rapes women at a rate of 297 percent higher than Asian men? Surprise! It’s the white men. Why then are we surprised when they behave rudely when living in China?

Allowing Western men to sexually exploit Chinese women is only one consequence of believing the myths about them. The unfettered Western superiority conditions Chinese people to see whites as superior in all respects, to defer to them and blindly trust them. It constructs invisible chains in the minds, mentally subordinating Chinese people in a subtle but durable way as they see whites as “better” and “right” and themselves fortunate to merely be in their presence. This paves the way for many kinds of abuse.

Why are Chinese people’s perceptions of white people divorced from reality? The media’s impact on the subconscious mind overpowers all else. However, this also requires Chinese complicity. Luckily, Chinese can also counteract these effects.

First, China must manage character portrayals across the most influential media: entertainment and advertising. China cannot afford to have “white saviors” in its movies like “The Great Wall” nor productions featuring Chinese women madly coveting white men. These are hallmarks of “white worship” that reinforce white superiority and Chinese inferiority.

This applies to Hollywood but also to Chinese companies such as Wanda which produced “The Great Wall.” Furthermore, we must mandate that advertisers not glorify white people.

Second, the Chinese media must have a well-rounded depiction of the West and of white people, not just “the good” but also “the bad,” to reflect reality. Only when we are honest with the Chinese people about Westerners will the Chinese (both here and abroad) stop being blindsided and exploited by their aggressive, predatory behavior, such as white ESL teachers preying on unsuspecting Chinese students and young women.

Third, the tendency to idealize Westerners is due to decades of seeing them as wealthy and powerful. China’s instinct to repeatedly show whites as “wonderful,” “romantic,” “honorable” and “heroic” is a legacy of this “mental colonization.”

In a world where China’s greatness is being realized, it’s finally time to retire this dated, self-destructive and harmful mentality.

While most Chinese are patriotic, it is our unwitting naivety that is causing China immense harm. Actively resisting “white worship” requires both awareness at the individual level and cultural leadership by the government. China can never ascend to greatness if the Chinese people themselves see “greatness” primarily in the image of Westerners.

NBA GM Morey: Racial Bias played a role in Lin not being drafted

NBA GM Morey: Racial Bias played a role in Lin not being drafted

CmSN5JZUsAAxHHx.0.0 NBA GM Morey: Racial Bias played a role in Lin not being drafted

“He lit up our model,” said Morey. “Our model said take him with, like, the 15th pick in the draft.” The objective measurement of Jeremy Lin didn’t square with what the experts saw when they watched him play; a not terribly athletic Asian kid. Morey hadn’t completely trusted his model – and so had chickened out and not drafted Lin. A year after the Houston Rockets failed to draft Jeremy Lin, they began to measure the speed of a player’s first two steps: Jeremy Lin had the quickest first move of any player measured. He was explosive and was able to change direction far more quickly than most NBA players. “He’s incredibly athletic,” said Morey. “But the reality is that every **** person, including me, thought he was unathletic. And I can’t think of any reason for it other than he was Asian.”

Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images Michael Lewis, the writer, has a new book out, “The Undoing Project: A Friendship That Changed Our Minds” about the “ways in which the human mind erred, systematically, when forced to make judgments about uncertain situations.” As part of his research he interviewed Daryl […]

Another site with more info on Jeremy: https://freethemindsite.wordpress.com/2016/06/25/myth-about-jeremy-lin/

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White men lie about their dicks because they are so insecure. Scientific studies.

White men lie about their dicks because they are so insecure. Scientific studies.

Lol here goes the dick talk: Size, when you’re talking length measured all the way to the bone (how doctors in most reputable studies do it), is the same (5-5.5 inches BPEL) between races, seriously no significant deviation. When considering most people aren’t just bones, realistically with fat and […]

Size, when you’re talking length measured all the way to the bone (how doctors in most reputable studies do it), is the same (5-5.5 inches BPEL) between races, seriously no significant deviation. When considering most people aren’t just bones, realistically with fat and skin considered, the average “tangible” (what you can actually hold and fit into things) dick is 5 inches, not 6 as most people claim. Girth is about 4.5-5 inches average, and that range covers like 80% of dicks.

White dudes on average are more overweight, and so many of them go for that “bear” look as an excuse for their beer gut. Their tangible dick is more like 4 inches. That’s literally just one hand for me. Because white gay dudes are the beauty standard, gay MOC put alot more effort in the gym to look good, and generally much leaner than their white counterparts. This bodyfat difference is enough to account for about an inch difference in size between white dick and MOC dick (I’ve had black and asian, but not Latino, although I could’ve had some I pegged as white).

Now here is where I talk about truly controversial observations:

Flaccid size is pretty much spot on with the stereotypes. East Asian flaccids are the smallest, whites down the middle and blacks the largest (given identical bodyfat levels). This is probably something to do with ancient cold weather adaptation, to retract penises as far into the body to prevent frostbite. This is a sort of north-south thing, Northern Asians (Koreans, Japanese, Northern Chinese) have smaller flaccids than Southern East Asians like (Viets, Thais and Filipinos). That being said, with the bodyfat considerations in mind, in a real gym locker scenario, whites and asians are about the same, but black men will look bigger.

Hardness. White dicks on average are just soft. The bulk of their penis is just floppy tissue that serves no purpose (cant remember where I read, but probably another cold weather adaptation, that instead of retracting it physiologically (like Asians), they just decided to fatten it up for insulation). Which is unfortunate because it still doesn’t make them bigger girth-wise than other races, and alot of my girlfriends actually tell me how uncomfortable it is for their vaginas because either they don’t feel it, or the other extreme where the floppy skin just snags up inside them and it can be painful. For some reason these men think they’re the alpha shits for “destroying a pussy”.

Asian men are by far the hardest, black men are pretty close but I still feel a noticeable difference. With Asians they are literally hard to the surface level, imagine say a cucumber. Black men are something like a corn dog, still pretty hard (and won’t bend if the guy doesn’t have ED issues) but still has a squeeze to it. White guys are like raw hot dogs. These are ofcourse averages of each race, and there are exceptions to each. To me personally, it doesn’t change much, I don’t often take dick anally (where hardness matters most) but I still think harder is just more fun to play with imo (although softer is easier to use my mouth with especially if it is huge).

This observation is further supported by the fact that despite having a 5.5 inch girth, I find condoms from “smaller” japanese sizes to the XXL condoms you get in the States to both fit fine whereas alot of my white male friends seems to find it painful to use smaller condoms (despite being smaller) and can’t get hard. Even my white male friends have often commented on how my dick is the hardest they’ve had, and coincidentally I’m also often the only Asian they’ve bottomed for.

Not bashing on small or soft dick by any means. Most people know anal and oral sex is much more comfortable with an average sized to small penis (for the one taking it). Big dicks are just an archaic display of masculinity.

TL:DR, Base erect penis size (not taking fat into consideration) is identical between races, Asians are predominantly growers, Black people are showers, Asian erections are hardest, Whites are softest (ofcourse still usable).

When it comes to heterosexual sex, seriously Asian guys have it good.

China tops list for executive gender equality

China tops list for executive gender equality

China has the world’s highest proportion of women in senior management positions, according to a new study that shows more than 51 percent of top posts are held by females – a huge jump from the survey’s previous figure of 25 percent, and well above the global average of […]

According to the report, by international accounting firm Grant Thornton, women now hold 81 percent of human resources director positions in China, and 61 percent of chief financial officer roles, which its researchers said were roles which particularly require detail control and communications skills.

The survey, conducted among 200 businesses in China, also shows that women now take up 21 percent of board director positions, slightly above the global average of 19 percent.

A fourth of chief executive officers are now women, a huge rise from just 9 percent at this stage of 2012, according to the research.

Seventy-five percent of the businesses surveyed said they favored the introduction of quotas for the number of women on boards of directors in listed companies.

Globally, 24 percent of senior management roles are filled by women, up from 21 percent in 2012 and 20 percent in 2011, according to the survey.

The United States and the United Kingdom rank eighth and seventh bottom, respectively, of 44 economies. Japan reports the least proportion, at just 7 percent.

The debate on boardroom equality intensified in the European Union in September when plans were announced to force companies to have a minimum of 40 percent women non-executive directors by 2020.

The plan for a quota was subsequently scaled back to an “objective” after facing opposition from Britain and Germany.

The Grant Thornton survey shows that Chinese businesses would favor measures to improve gender ratios, particularly the number of women on boards.

“Currently, women still lack equal opportunities with men in various sectors.

“Businesses have to push women’s career development more systematically rather than simply imposing a quota for the ratio,” said Xu Hua, CEO of Grant Thornton China.