The 2021 Broadway Asian Men (BAM!) calendar is now available for purchase on Unapologetically Asian’s website, featuring Marc delaCruz of “Hamilton,” Zachary Noah Piser of “Dear Evan Hanson” and more.
Unapologetically Asian collaborated with New York-based Japanese portrait and performance photographer, actor and stage performer Mari Uchida. The Broadway Diversity Project and Tremendous Communications also helped support the empowering and inspiring calendar. The goal of the project was to challenge stereotypes of Asian masculinity.
I don’t need to see all the dating statistics to be convinced that Asian men have it worst when it comes to dating. I have more than enough evidence from experience, living in Australia for the past 16 years as an Asian man.
The fact is plain and simple. We are stereotyped, perceived as lower status and less desirable by all women — yes, including Asian women. This phenomenon is so ubiquitous that Columbia University was able to put a dollar figure on the attractiveness gap between Asian and White men. With all other factors normalized (e.g. physical attractiveness), an Asian man would have to earn an additional $247,000 (USD) to stand on equal footing with his White counterpart.
A series of photos featuring Asian men wearing nothing but their underwear in what appears to be a college dormitory has gone viral on Chinese social media for obvious reasons.
The photos, shot by Shanghai-based photographer JQvision, depict a dorm room the Shanghai University of Sport where a group of muscle-bound “students” lounge around and partake in daily activities together while half-naked, according to Shanghaiist.
The 28-year-old former “Riverdale” star was born in Singapore to a Chinese-Malaysian mother and British-Dutch father before pursuing a career as an actor in Los Angeles, where he says he does not like to take on stereotypical roles.
An Asian YouTuber recently uploaded a “quick and easy guide” for Asian women to get a White boyfriend and it’s getting a ton of praise from Asian men.
At first glance, the video titled “How to Get a White Boyfriend (for Asian Girls)” appears like a typical dating advice vlog designed for women who actually want to date White men.
Woman With ‘No Asians’ Policy on Dating Show Apologizes for ‘undermining Asian males on national TV’
A recent episode of dating show “Take Me Out Australia” went viral earlier this week after two women cited a “no dating Asians” policy while rejecting one of the featured bachelors who is of Asian descent.
What further bothered most people was the fact that those who instantly decided they were not interested in Sydney-based George Silvino, are, themselves, Asian Australians as well.
A recent episode of an Australian dating show featured an Asian man and it was quite refreshing to watch.
However, it did not take long for internalized racism by some contestants to raise its ugly self-hating head and ruin an otherwise entertaining program.
A hot restaurant owner in China with the body of a model and dreamy smile is making a lot of people online thirsty.
Netflix’s “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before,” which stars Vietnamese American actress Lana Condor, has earned some criticisms for not including any Asian boys.
Based on author Jenny Han’s 2014 novel of the same name, the teen rom-com features three sisters being raised alone by their White father after their Korean American mother died a year before the story takes place.
Many Asians and Asian Americans have waited all year for August to roll around — the month that “Crazy Rich Asians” gets released in theaters (on August 15).
As many eagerly wait until they can witness history being made with the first all-Asian cast in a Hollywood film since 1993 with the “The Joy Luck Club,” a recent profile by The Hollywood Reporter on the film’s creation has revealed several interesting behind-the-scenes points, including one part of the dialogue that could have been disastrous for the film.
In a Twitter post on Monday, Keodara called for co-plaintiffs across all 50 U.S. states who have been “offended, humiliated, degraded and dehumanized” by the app’s tolerance of gay white men who write statements such as “No Asians” in their profiles.
Stand-up comedian Godfrey stopped by VladTV and shared his thoughts on Asian women who date “dorky ass” White men because they want money while making fun of Asian men’s penis size and targeting Indians.
The negative racial stereotypes started when host DJ Vlad Lyubovny asked Godfrey if he has ever dated a White girl, to which the comedian replied, “Wakanda forever,” and draws the line at having sex with them.