Tuesday

Asian Self-Esteem

 From the Desk of the soul of Japan

Good evening readers,

I am writing today to discuss the disease of Anglo standards of beauty. What Chinese do to appease their Anglo bosses is of no concern to me, personally, and I suspect neither the Japanese could care less how much The Chinese endear themselves to their Anglo masters. I only wish to preserve Japanese beauty standards as the epitome of feminine belle. The reason for this post is to remind my readership that Asian beauty is a standard, just like Anglo beauty is. I am so glad Japanese photographers are keeping this element rreal everyday. On the news the other day a white lady was anchoring a news program. I did not understand how an Anglo woman could have a Chinese name, so I dug around and found out the story.

Julie Suzanne Chen Moonve

In 2015, Chen revealed on The Talk that during her time in Dayton her news director had told her that she would never become a news anchor because of her "Asian eyes". After a "big-time agent" agreed and advised her to get plastic surgery, she made the decision to have a surgical procedure to reduce the epicanthic folds of her eyes.[18] Wikipedia

I was as astonished to learn about this. Was her career that important? What is the messaging here for other Asian women with epicanthic folds in their eyes? This standard of beauty or rounded eyelids was from Anglo Europe and regarded as beautiful by Asians with low self-esteem. Epicanthic folds are just as attractive as round eyes, but even more so depending on the beholder.

I do not care what school of beauty you spawned from, but to force low self-esteem Asians to ruin their faces by looking Anglo is wrong! It was wrong back in ancient times, and it is wrong today. I am concerned about the messaging and its impact on other people with epicanthic folds in their eyes. Asians are not the only race with Asian folds in their eyes.

Fight to preserve Asian beauty as a global standard!

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