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I know just how infuriating it can be to have the opposite gender of your community sell you out for white acceptance.That anger never goes away, no matter how much personal romantic success you have. Because even if you try to individually overcome your race, you’re still judged by your group image because when people say “My boyfriend is Asian” or “My girlfriend is black,” they know that the audience will assume stereotypes first.So I think this Issa Rae passage provided some ammunition for black men to defend themselves.We’re now seeing some very raw issues come to the surface because the social landscape has changed so much in just the past year or two.For anyone familiar with racism in the social arena, the issues raised in Rae’s commentary are nothing new or even radical.
This fight about Issa Rae is all-too-familiar to the fights I’ve seen in the Asian American community, though of course, the “winning” and “losing” genders are swapped for us.
Liberal think tanks like the Brookings Institute clickbait by insinuating that black women would be better off not marrying black men.
When I watch an episode of and the opening bit features Jessica Williams and Phoebe Robinson talking about their white boos and drooling over Jon Hamm, I have to wonder how I’d feel if I saw two Asian female comedians do that on HBO.
I saw memes about how black men were taking L after L these days.
And of course, there was pushback from black men as well, saying that black women were trying to control them or that black women were being bitter because they themselves wanted approval from white men.