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He was bullied for not looking "American." He was bullied for having rice or noodles in his lunchbox instead of peanut-butter-and-jelly sandwiches. The bullying contributed to a feeling of not belonging, and a feeling of racial and ethnic self-hatred.
But the most harmful bullying and stereotyping occurred when he became a teenager and began to embark on romantic relationships.
Not only did he have the normal pressure of finding a girl who appreciated his appearance and personality, but he had to find girls who were open to dating Asian-American boys.
"Time after time after time, Asian girls were saying, 'I'm not interested in you; I'm only interested in white guys,'" he recalled.
Asia is such a huge continent that I don't think that any generalizations can be made about men of Asian descent except for the generalization that they are men, and that their lineage is Asian! Let's get back to the topic of celebrating Asian-American men and overcoming bullying.
Similarly, I don't' believe that all men of African descent have large penises. Ranier has overcome this bullying and now believes that being an Asian-American man is a gift.
Personally, I am just so horrified by this stereotype. According to some researchers, 75 percent of all women never reach orgasm from intercourse alone, so the vast majority of men are going to have to be more "creative" to please their female partners, regardless of penis size.He feels that because of the relative lack of representations of Asian-American men in the media in general, Asian-American men are freer to create their own identities and are not as subjected as men of other races are to the pressure to be so "hard" and devoid of emotion that they suppress aspects of their humanity.