east asian girl

shoutout to all my asian girls that don’t fit typical beauty expectations!! this is for all the girls that aren’t like the skinny, fair-skinned east asian girls in those aesthetic photoshoots. shoutout to south and southeast asian girls that are always forgotten in the western view of asia. this is for my desi girls, my indonesian girls, my malay and cambodian and vietnamese girls. this for the asian girls that have dark skin or a lot of facial hair or a unibrow or monolids or big boobs or no boobs!, or rolls/curves/stretch marks/cellulite!! i love u guys a lot and ur beautiful no matter what society tells u 💖💖💖

Sexual/Romantic/Aesthetic preferences

Preference: I like women with tattoos

Not a preference: Asian girls are so cute and docile and small and submissive. They are just my fetish.

Preference: I like men with curly hair

Not a preference: I just can’t fuck a black man. They are so scary

Preference: I like women with long legs

Not a preference: I only like black mixed women, they aren’t dark and ugly like black women

Preference: I like men with beards

Not a preference: I just can’t see myself with a Latin man. They are just so short

Fetish: I have a fetish for glasses. I have a hard time cumming unless my partner is wearing glasses

Fetish: I have a fetish for being spanked. I can only cum while being spanked

Not a fetish: black girls, Asian girls, Latina girl, ME girls, black men, Asian men, Latino men, ME men, mixed girls, mixed men. Races are not fucking fetishes, they are identities with distinct cultures and experiences that are not here for your fucking fetish. Stop fetishizing entire races!!

shoutout to east asian girls who:
  • use skin-whitening makeup because they think they aren’t pale enough
  • use eyelid glue because they think their monolids are ugly
  • think their dark hair and dark eyes are plain and boring
  • get made fun of for being flat-chested
  • think they have to conform to western beauty standards in order to be considered beautiful (you don’t)
  • are self-conscious and get made fun of for being short
  • constantly get asked if they have an eating disorder just because they have a small body type
  • get pressured by family to succumb to traditional gender roles 
  • have to deal with creepy white guys fetishizing them because they think they’re submissive and timid and all sorts of other baseless stereotypes

((if somebody could make a post for boys that would be great. as a girl i only feel comfortable making a post about situations i know applies to girls))

HOW TO VOTE FOR MY MAJOR DEBUT: JPOP’ST 1ST BLACK IDOL

FACEBOOK.COM/AMINA.DUJEAN (MAINLY ENG)

TWITTER.COM/AMINADUJEAN (MAINLY JAPANESE)


Hello everyone! I’m amina du Jean and I’m Japan’s first non-half Black idol. I’ve recently joined idol group CHICK GIRLS which takes inspiration from Ariana Grande, AKB48 and Girl’s Generation. I’m from Detroit and took a keen to girls’ groups like The Supremes, Destiny Child and Spice Girls as a kid. Considering Western girl group culture has dwindled down, it only made sense for me to get completely immersed in East Asian girl group culture, particularly Japan’s idol scene. Thanks to a Tumblr post last year with 1,000+ REBLOGS I won an runner up award in Kodansha’s MISS ID. The contest started with 4,000+ applicants however I was one out of 13 to win an award. I am the only Non-Japanese and Non-Asian to have gotten this. My goal is to broaden the standards of beauty not only in ASIA but in the WORLD.

Here’s a video explaining my backstory and my life before moving to TOKYO:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DI1SndBeRBg

Here’s my announcement Joining my group:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sHe4hrShUV0

And my first day as a member:

https://youtu.be/m2s0TV8Pag0

This group has 11 members currently, and at the end of the year 7 of us with the most fan votes get picked by the producers to make a 5-member major DEBUT! Which means a major record company(SONY, AVEX, KING etc…) will fund our first CD and music videos.

Being outside of Japan voting is an uphill valley for my supporters however heres a very very easy visual guide(IF YOU ARE DOING FREE VOTES, I DONT THINK YOU HAVE TO INPUT PAYMENT INFORMATION).

You can vote DAILY for FREE. If you chose to pay money for point votes, I will get 50% back in my salary! ALSO - as of now merchandise isn’t available overseas HOWEVER the website is being updated.

HERE’S THE GUIDE:

GO TO CHICKGIRLS.com This is the homepage with all member profiles.

STEP2: SCROLL DOWN TO SEE ME! I’m the very last member listed

Step3: Here’s my profile! My introduction is in Japanese however PICK THE BIG YELLOW BUTTON AT THE BOTTOM

STEP 4: That brings you to chickgirls-store.com THE RED HEART IS FREE VOTING ONCE A DAY! THE PINK HEART IS UNLIMITED VOTES YOU CAN PAY FOR. 1 VOTE - 100JPY(around 1USD)

STEP 5: CHOSE VOTE TYPE AND CLICK IT

STEP6: GO TO WHERE THE BOTTOM SAYS バレエーション(VARIATION)

THESE ARE THE MEMBER NAMES UNDER

STEP: FIND MY NAME!!! I’M AT THE VERY BOTTOM

STEP 8: press big blue to continue

STEP 9: information. 

*IF YOU DON’T LIVE IN JAPAN ITS OK JUST FOLLOW THIS GUIDE BELOW*


*** INSTEAD OF 8 ZEROS SHOULD BE 7 ZEROS!!!!!**

STEP 10: PLEASE USE CREDIT CARD TO VOTE

THANK YOU SO MUCH GUYS! I’LL WORK HARD

I’ve only ever had a crush on ONE dude who wasn’t black and he said he didn’t like Black Girls to my face. He wasn’t even white, but first gen American with Indian parents. I was so hurt. But!!! It turns out he fetishized East Asian girls in our following conversations and got a Korean girlfriend shortly after and I was like Y I K E S.

When you say you cannot write “those kinds of stories" you are saying that my people and our history are not straight and white enough to appeal to anyone. I want a 16 year old black trans girl figuring out she’s a lesbian. I want Filipino bisexual boys in wheelchairs. I want a fat nonbinary kid named Ahmed. I want a south east Asian girl who has ptsd and kisses boys who are not white. We deserve literature that looks like the world around us.
—  @javathesmut

You guys I don’t see enough of these posts on here so I just want to take a second and say; I love and support ALL Muslim girls!! I love Muslim girls who wear the hijab, and those who don’t. I love Muslim girls with Niqab, I love Muslim girls in short skirts. I love desi Muslim girls and white Muslim girls and arab Muslim girls and black Muslim girls and east-asian Muslim girls and latina Muslim girls. Muslim girls are so strong and so beautiful and so pure. I love my sisters who converted, and I love the ones born into Muslim households. I love Muslim girls who pray five times a day, I love those who are 100% sure of their faith. I love Muslim girls whose faith is often tested, the ones who find themselves doubting. I want them to know they are strong and beautiful and InshaAllah will find their standing. I love my LGBTQ+ Muslim girls. I love my Muslim girls out there doing amazing things; winning oscars, doing olympic sports, my sisters in the White House, my sisters in the courtroom, leading fashion designers, top chefs, scientists, artists, philanthropists, entrepreneurs. I love Muslim girls and women who stay at home to take care of their families. I love my Muslim girls giving it all up to become mothers, and I love my Muslim girls who put their careers first, and may or may not want to ever have kids. I am here for my Muslim girls who don’t want to get married, but feel socially pressurized and obligated to. You are not alone. You are strong, and beautiful, and Allah has great things planned for you. I absolutely love my bicultural Muslim girls, who find it difficult finding the balance between religion and various sociopolitical aspects. I adore my Muslim girls who constantly have to prove to their Western counterparts that they are not oppressed, and have to ardently work to fight stereotypes every single day. I am here to support every Muslim girl who feels suffocated under cultural and familial pressure and the warped ideals of “Islam” imposed on them by various forces. So much time and energy is spent trying to prove to foreign onlookers that we are not oppressed, that the internal problems of the Ummah and the fraction of those who are oppressed often go overlooked. All of you girls who are conflicted about Surah Al-Nissa, or shed tears when they reflect on Surah Al-Rehman, or recite Surah Al-Fatiha every day, I am here for you all. I am here for my Muslim girls who grow up in cultures where male dominance is the zeitgeist; those who are undermined by their older brothers, told that they are a burden to their fathers, taught that they are to be subservient to their husbands. I love Muslim girls who spend their whole lives struggling against that, and those who are forced to submit to it; Allah sees you. I love Muslim girls who feel invalidated or isolated from the Ummah due to their clothing, due to their queerness, due to their “Western ideals” or the color of their skin and the internal colorism in their community. I love Muslim girls who drink, and those who order orange juice while everyone else takes shots. I want to personally apologize to every Muslim girl who sees the problems in her community but is shunned when she voices how to fix them. Every Muslim girl who converted and will never feel “Muslim enough.” Every Muslim girl who is told by society that her religion constricts her in any way. Allah sees you, Allah sees you, Allah sees you. Muslim girls are strong and beautiful and pure. I cannot say this enough, they are so strong. They are so beautiful. They are so pure. This is for every Muslim girl who feels judged by her community for not being religious enough. Every Muslim girl who feels judged by non-Muslims for being too religious. Every Muslim girl who has to abstain from doing things that will “dishonor” her family, while she watches male after male get away with the same things and more. Muslim girls who are made to feel like they are worth less than they are actually worth. Muslim girls who suffer abuse, who live in poverty and have to struggle to survive. My beautiful, beautiful Muslim girls who are bombed, and forced to flee their homelands, who lose loved ones and lose limbs and lose the will to live, yet continue striving and carry on living. SubhanAllah. Every teenage Muslim girl who feels insecure about her clothing, about her looks, about her weight. Every Muslim girl who prays for things to be different, every Muslim girl who doesn’t pray at all. Every Muslim girl, living, breathing surviving; carrying themselves with the utmost elegance and grace, while dodging bullet after bullet and having shit hurled at them from all directions. Every Muslim girl tackling Islamophobia, watching people whisper about her Hijab as she passes them; dealing with internalized Islamophobia, striving against Muslim male privilege and misogyny. Allah sees you. Remember, you are the nation of a Prophet (pbuh) who taught legions of men to avert their eyes out of respect for you. A Prophet whose wife mounted a camel and commanded an army into battle. A Prophet who arose in respect every time his daughter entered the room, and declared his women queens of his household. Always remember your status. Always remember how beautiful you are. Always stay strong, always love everything about yourself. Allah sees you. You are beautiful, my babies. I love you all.

Korean/Czech.

I am Asian, therefore #IDoLookAsian.

Kids would say “ching chong ling long” to me in elementary school.  They would ask me if I was Chinese, and I would tell them no, I’m Korean.  Same thing, they’d respond.

“You’re not really Asian though, you’re basically white.”  Yes, I grew up in a white Western environment, but I still face instances of anti-Asian racism, because no matter how you spin it, I am “different”.  I’m told I am either someone’s fetish or that they “don’t like Asian girls”.  I feel lesser than my white friends because I so rarely see myself represented in the media.  Mulan was my favourite Disney princess growing up (and still is), even though I’m not Chinese, because she’s all us little East Asian girls get.

I’ve seen instances where my elderly Korean grandparents are treated like they’re unintelligent because they have thick accents and are losing their English due to age, but they’ve been in Canada for 40+ years.  My Haraboji (Hajee to us, since we couldn’t say Haraboji as kids; it stuck) was an airplane mechanic with multiple engineering credentials and my Halmonie was basically superwoman and tried her hand at multiple businesses from hairdressing to running a Polish delicatessen.  No matter how hard they had to work, they are happy, because their children are happy and successful.

Don’t erase me, because erasing me is erasing them.