Asian American Sexualities works to dispel the stereotype of oriental sexual decadence, in addition to the "model minority" heterosexual Asian sterotype within the US. Writing from a powerful array of interdisciplinary views, the individuals speak about a number of subject matters, together with sexuality and id politics; neighborhood activism and homosexual activism; transnational facets of affection among girls in Thailand; queer South Asian tradition within the US; homosexual and lesbian filmmakers; same-sex sexuality in Pacific literature; and Asian American male homosexuality and AIDS. the connection of the homosexual and lesbian event to Asian American reviews and Ethnic stories can be explored.
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I knew both parts well. O n the one side, I imagined that the Asian American students in the class, recoiled in private h o rro r at the lesbian, n o t so m uch because she was a lesbian or white, but because she insisted on publicly baring her soul in front o f them . I em pathized w ith the Asian Am erican students because they rem inded me of myself as an undergraduate. I rarely spoke in class or section, unless of course, I was asked a direct question. While my fel low white students, m ost often the males, chatted effortlessly in section about readings or lectures, I was alm ost always m ute.
I em pathized w ith the Asian Am erican students because they rem inded me of myself as an undergraduate. I rarely spoke in class or section, unless of course, I was asked a direct question. While my fel low white students, m ost often the males, chatted effortlessly in section about readings or lectures, I was alm ost always m ute. I m arveled at the ease w ith which questions, thoughts, answers, and even half-baked ideas rolled off their tongues and floated discussion. For them , it all seemed so easy.
All of the interviews occurred in English with the exception of one interview conducted in Japanese with the lesbian daughter as translator. Ten out of the thirteen interviewees are first generation immigrants. The other three are third generation Japanese American. I interviewed four m others of gay sons including one m other with two gay sons. The rest had lesbian daughters including one m other with two lesbian daughters. 6 Beyond Acceptance: Parents o f Lesbians and Gays Talk about Their Experiences, by Carolyn W.
Asian American Sexualities: Dimensions of the Gay and Lesbian Experience