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In movies, television and media, we see this stereotypical representation of Asian women as an objects rather than humans.
Continuously seeing this image in mainstream media has led to the idea of the "Asian fetish". Butterfly, the writer David Henry Hwang, using the term "yellow fever", a pun on the disease of the same name, discusses white men with a "fetish" for (east) Asian women.
Racial depersonalization can be especially hurtful to Asian women in situations where being recognized as an individual is important, such as romantic relationships, because a person may feel unloved if they sense they could be replaced by someone with similar qualities.
Asian American women report being complimented in ways that imply they are attractive because they are Asian or despite being Asian.
The doubt that targets of Asian fetish experience stems from feelings of depersonalization, which compound on the objectification Asian females already face as women, to create a further sort of objectification where Asian women feel like interchangeable objects.Interracial relationships may occur for reasons distinct from race.Asian fetishes have been criticised for treating the fetishized person as an object rather than an equal partner.As quoted on Slate.com, We found no evidence of the stereotype of a white male preference for East Asian women.
However, we also found that East Asian women did not discriminate against white men (only against black and Hispanic men).
As a result, the white man-Asian woman pairing was the most common form of interracial dating—but because of the women's neutrality, not the men's pronounced preference.