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The profile was filled with warnings: "I’m a serial cheater." "If you see me on here don’t date me."Ok Cupid removed their profile, but not before several women reached out and thanked Suzanne for warning them. But she says that she’s always on high alert with online dating, because of what she calls "yellow fever" — the tendency of guys to fetishize her for being Asian.

She says her OK Cupid inbox is full of guys emailing her about how “exotic she looks, or about her "almond eyes," and how it all seems to feed into particular stereotypes about Asian women. It makes dating, especially dating online very difficult.

Its artful narrative is hopeful, shaking up a familiar moral ending that reserves goodness for stereotypically good people.

It's just embedded into our DNA to respect elders and show acts of kindness towards them.But when defenses fail and we get bitten, our response is to break out in huge, itchy blotches and puff up like a blowfish, forcing us to coat ourselves in unguents, crawl to bed, and fall into a Benadryl coma.Emotionally, this is how it feels to be pestered by suitors with “Yellow Fever.” What we object to – what all women object to, really, — should be obvious, for nobody likes being reduced to a preferential lust object. This is the of Asian women everywhere: Stop fetishizing me! Last year, PBS aired a documentary called “Seeking Asian Female,” about an aging white man who finds a bride from China via the internet.It also refers to the fetishization of Asian women.These two afflictions spread for the same reason: high concentrations of restless people living in urban centers. So far, scientists haven’t even managed to deconstruct the motives of actual mosquitoes, though they tested the theory that some people are biologically mosquito magnets — such as yours truly, who also happens to be an Asian female – and discovered that it’s true.

It's just embedded into our DNA to respect elders and show acts of kindness towards them.

But when defenses fail and we get bitten, our response is to break out in huge, itchy blotches and puff up like a blowfish, forcing us to coat ourselves in unguents, crawl to bed, and fall into a Benadryl coma.

Emotionally, this is how it feels to be pestered by suitors with “Yellow Fever.” What we object to – what all women object to, really, — should be obvious, for nobody likes being reduced to a preferential lust object. This is the of Asian women everywhere: Stop fetishizing me! Last year, PBS aired a documentary called “Seeking Asian Female,” about an aging white man who finds a bride from China via the internet.

It also refers to the fetishization of Asian women.

These two afflictions spread for the same reason: high concentrations of restless people living in urban centers. So far, scientists haven’t even managed to deconstruct the motives of actual mosquitoes, though they tested the theory that some people are biologically mosquito magnets — such as yours truly, who also happens to be an Asian female – and discovered that it’s true.

I don't even know where or how this stereotype started. Yes, we can be very kind and very sweet, but don't be shocked all of a sudden when we have an opinion about something and do something about it.