Is Yellow Fever an Expression of Pedophilic Tendencies?

Tobias Hubinette

Dr. Tobias Hubinette was adopted from Korea and lives in Sweden

In July 2005 ”Times Higher Education” posted the information about academic scandal that arose in Stockholm University. Tobias Hübinette – the doctoral student from Department of Oriental Languages – was barred from a conference because of his controversial research on interracial marriages and adoption. Due to the multiple complaints received by university, its legal representatives had to investigate Hübinette’s works in order to determine whether they fall under the category of reverse racism.
So, what exactly sparked the controversy? To make the point, the aforementioned article quoted a sentence from Hübinette’s paper:

“what drives (Western man’s) fetishism with Asian women is quite simply pedophile tendencies”

After reading it, I naturally became very curious and decided to find the research itself. Unfortunately, the long searches haven’t yielded any result. Moreover, although there were tens different blogs and forums that quoted exactly the same sentence in their posts, neither of them provided a link to the source.
So, I personally contacted Dr. Tobias Hübinette through his site and asked him to send me the copy of his paper which he kindly did. The only problem was that the paper was in Swedish and hasn’t been translated to English (which actually explains why the multiple sites that discussed Hübinette’s work never linked to it).

However, the article itself was so interesting that in order to share it with my readers I decided to translate it with the help of Google Translator. Actually, the draft version of translation has been reviewed and corrected by Dr. Hübinette himself – so I can rest assured that even if the English version is not the precise translation, its original meaning has been preserved. Anyway, those of you who know Swedish language and want to read the original paper can follow this link.

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Yellow Fever, is it a multicultural symbol or a pedophilic fetish? The white man’s approach to Asians has evolved into a mixture of exotisation, sexualization and pedophilic fetishism.

Unlike Asian feminists in the U.S., Swedes have been silent over the phenomenon of “yellow fever” – the fact that some white Western men have a very specific attraction to yellow East and Southeast Asian women, manifested in everything from marriage and relationships to prostitution and trafficking. It’s time to break the silence. Exotisation (the term commonly used when sexuality and ethnicity intersect) has historically occurred in a colonial context. It is obvious, however, that the colonial images about the sexuality of others have not disappeared after decolonization. On the contrary, many of them have been revived in modern times when white Westerners are forced to live together with their former colonial subjects in their own countries.

I agree with bell hooks who in her essay “Eating the Other” described why in recent times non-Western cultures are admired and coveted by white Westerners rather than despised and eradicated as under imperialism. Hooks linked it to a desire of cultural difference and colonial nostalgia. This multiculturalism exploded towards the end of the last century in the context of globalization and is expressed in the consumption of the Other that takes place both in popular culture and public life. […] In the post-colonial era white Westerners turned to ethnic niches where they can choose potential partners among their former colonial subjects. Hooks exemplifies it with an anecdote about a group of young white men discussing “ethnic experiences”. This colonial attitude of eating the Other manifested in relationships, continues hooks, is in fact the imperialist superiority disguised as multiculturalism – since the white partner is almost always the active one having the priority to choose in the relationship.

The first relations between white Western men and yellow East and Southeast Asian women have likely occurred in 1500s when Portuguese and Spanish, and later also the Dutch, French and British empires landed in the region. According to Ann Laura Stoler such relationships in Asian colonies during the Classical Colonial Period were encouraged as a means of ensuring the permanent European presence, particularly in the Dutch and Portuguese settlements. This situation, however, changed during the 1800s as the European empires considerably consolidated [their presence] through the increased emigration of European women to the colonies. Racial segregation was applied more and more often, and by the end of 1800s even concubinage became socially stigmatized in all European colonies in East and Southeast Asia.

Around the turn of 20th century the superiority of the white race and Western culture was put into doubt. European dominance was particularly challenged in East Asia […] The Chinese Boxer Rebellion with its anti-Western rhetoric, military victory of Japan over Russia and the rising anti-colonial struggle in Southeast Asia sent shock waves throughout the Western world and laid the foundation for the fear of the “yellow peril“. Basically, however, the “yellow peril” was nothing more but a modern version of the ancient European fear of the “Orient’s hordes”. The new awareness of the population numbers in East and Southeast Asia of the late 1800s created the nightmare visions that the West would be flooded with yellow people masses, and combined with the Asian work ethic it was considered as a matter of a not too distant future when the yellow race [would celebrate] victory over the whites. […] As an example, take the evil Chinese Fu Manchu, the subject of popular novels, who poisoned the drinking water in London.

While at the turn of the last century the relationships [with Asians] were officially condemned and the “yellow peril” was seen as a real threat, there was a subculture of forbidden lust and erotic fantasies both in straight and gay versions. The travelogue of Pierre Lotis “Madame Chrysantheme” (1887) and the legendary opera of Giacomo Puccini “Madame Butterfly” (1904) are two stories describing the bonds between A male colonizer and a female native, while the scholar Srilata Ravi has depicted the homosexual relationships between male French colonists and Southeast Asian men […]

After World War II and during the Cold War, European empires in East and Southeast Asia were replaced by the massive American military presence. Hundreds of thousands of young American soldiers were stationed in Japan, Korea, the Phillipines, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Thailand and Vietnam. It is precisely in this historic moment that the “yellow peril” and the “yellow fever” propelled the prostitution industry and gave the rise to today’s sex tourism, while the legislative reforms [back home] allowed the mass exodus of East and Southeast Asian women married to American men. Film studies scholar ,Gina Marchetti has convincingly shown that the romantic depictions of the link between the East and the West in the popular culture have further feminized the Asia’s oriental image, masking the U.S. brutal imperialism under romantic motives. The Asian migration and presence in the U.S. have since been heavily influenced by this history of relations between whites and yellows. Although the migration of mainly East Asian male “coolies” had started at the end of the 1800s, it was only in connection with the migration of nearly a quarter of a million “military wives” and their relatives during the post-war period that a major Asian-American minority developed in the country.

Today, 10 million East and Southeast Asians represent barely 5% of the U.S population. At the same time this small minority has the highest proportion in interracial relationships in the U.S. and this fact becomes even more remarkable as it almost exclusively refers to the Asian women, of whom according to the 2000 U.S. Census, depending on nationality between one-third and half of any age cohort is expected to choose white men as a partner. On the other hand, the proportion of Asian men who marry white women is almost negligible, which means that every Asian-American generation ends in a variety of relationships among women and a variety of bachelors [among men], some of whom choose to “pick up” a woman from the country of origin. This demographic imbalance has led to deep and almost irreconcilable divisions. Asian women married to white men claim that they are more polite (less “collectivist” and “patriarchal”), manly (less “geeky” and “silly”), stylish (physically bigger and “better looking”) and wealthier (richer and more “stable”) than Asian men, and that the latter cannot claim any right to “their” women. The sexualisation of Asian women and the equivalent desexualisation of Asian men is [also] reflected in the American popular culture […]

A parallel to this is also the African-American minority, where a disproportionate share of men chooses to enter relationships with white women, while many of the women are left without a partner.
In today’s Sweden, the view of [inter-racial] relations is influenced by the history of European colonialism and American imperialism, although the country hasn’t had [many] colonies and was officially neutral during the Cold War. In the postcolonial Sweden with its imposed multiculturalism, relationships between white Western men and yellow East and Southeast Asian women are viewed as almost natural and normal […] In fact, the “yellow fever” seems to have a special representation in Northern Europe in general, and Sweden specifically – as according to SCB’s estimation about 15,000 East and Southeast Asian women are married to Swedish men, while the opposite barely exists. Even the adopted men from East and Southeast Asia have in today’s Sweden obvious difficulties in finding (Swedish) female partners.

Here are three examples of Swedish “yellow fever”. Internet ads for Jewel De’Nyle pornographic movie “Asian Babes” (2002), the “Man seeking woman” personal ads in the newspapers from the 10/10 in 2003, and Harry Stevens travelogue “Traveling with Mr. M” (2003). Jewel De’Nyle “Asian Babes” belongs to the pornographic genre known as “Asian Girls“. An extreme example of this genre is “Sex: The Annabel Chong Story” [documentary film] by Gough Lewis (1999) which was shown at the Stockholm International Film Festival. In it a 22-year-old Asian-American woman has sex with 251 white men and there also appears an Asian-American man – however, with the sole task of “serving” in this “world record” by cleaning up afterwards. Internet texts contained the following advertisement of the movie:

“It’s a delight for eye to see these timid, slim and incredibly sexy little pieces […] in a way that only Oriental can. Come and enjoy the pleasure of these young girls, always smiling dolls with cute and hot bodies.”

The Swedish [interracial] personal ads almost without exception go under the title “Man seeking woman” where Swedish men look for Asian women, while again the opposite trend hardly ever occurs. There is a whole host of organized agencies and virtual meeting places for this target group on the Internet, such as “Thai contact” and “Thai women” where they can find marriage partners, get help with legal advice and practical tips and privately discuss between themselves what it’s like being married to an Asian woman. In a personal ad in the newspaper Expressen from 10/10 in 2003 I found the following text:

“Girl in 20-30s from Phillipines, Thailand or the like who lives in Sweden is wanted by a youthful 45-year-old man, 176 cm.”

Finally, “Traveling with Mr. M” by Harry Stevens (2003) is a true guide to the women of different nationalities in East and Southeast Asia written for Western men who travel around or live in the region. Another bestseller of this genre is “Women of the Orient: Intimate Profiles of the World’s Most Feminine Women” by Boye Lafayette De Mente which was republished in many editions. In “Traveling with Mr. M” two Swedes visit five different East and Southeast Asian countries to gain “experience” which they then share:

“Have you done it with any Vietnamese yet?” asked Maud.
“Oh my God, we arrived only yesterday… Is there anything that attracts you, then?” asked Lisen.
“Yesterday morning we’ve seen hundreds of temptations in white robes on the bike” said Mr. M.
“You are mean. School girls – isn’t it perverse?” exclaimed Maud.
“I think uniforms are chaste. You should have seen those Japanese” I say “By uniforms I don’t mean, of course, to do it with children!”
“The Vietnamese wear school uniforms until the age of nineteen’ defended us Mr. M.

What is particularly evident in all three text extracts in addition to the usual Asian orientalism standing for femininity, is that the Asian woman is expected to be young [accompanying] a Western man who is older, or even middle-aged. There is thus no coincidence that this type of relationship almost always follows the pattern “yellow girls – white elder men” in the same way as the mentioned counterpart “black boys – white elder women”. The Asian woman is not only feminized but also infantilized, and thus converted by the Western men to a pedophilic fetish – that is, an object that can be worshipped, and provide the satisfaction of repressed desires. What drives this fetishization of Asian women is nothing more than displaced pedophilic disposition that can be perceived as socially acceptable in an “anti-racist” relationship, and [even] praised for its multiculturalism. In such a way Swedish men having the “yellow fever” [not only] embrace the long Western tradition of colonial supremacy and walk in the steps of European colonists and American soldiers, but they are even rewarded for their pedophilic fetishism as being anti-racists.

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Amateur translator from Swedish, Crystal Tao

 

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3jay
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3jay
5 years 6 months ago
Seems to me like the entire dissertation has been written around a predetermined conclusion, perhaps tinged by anti-Orientalist sentiments and/or fueled by Mr Hubinette’s Asian/Chinese ancestry. Aside from the statistically-necessary percentage of paedophiles in every society, I’d say that most Westerners are attracted to Asian women because of- a) their perceived exoticism; b) their culture; or c) a combination of both and maybe some other small factors. Other than that, I believe Asian women are subject to the same “tests” that Caucasian women would undergo. Because ultimately, normal guys are looking for a standard set of positive character traits, which… Read more »
mercede21
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mercede21
4 years 3 months ago
Just another inferior complex Asian men who exaggerates,  generalize, bias. Bringing in no facts  +  no evidence to back it up. It’s always these ugly Asian men who talk about how white men fucked Asian women. Even our own men always talk about how their own women get fucked by White men. In the end such people only make us feel ashamed to be Asian. Well…how about? Mongolians ruled in Central Asia and Eastern Europe have mated with millions of white women. ( European mt-DNA is much larger in Kazakhs, Hazaras, Crimean Tatars, Karakalpaks than Y-DNA) Hundred thousands Chinese(Cantonese) coolies mated… Read more »
Carl
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Carl
3 years 4 months ago

Your statistics are incorrect. Asian-American men in IR marriage is less than 20%.

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Jackytan
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Jackytan
1 year 8 months ago

Does he actually get paid for this nonsense?

Attila
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Attila
1 year 7 months ago
I’m Hungarian and half of the population were killed during the Mongol invasion in 1241. Mongols took Hungarian women and raped them and took them for sex slavery. From the Chronicum Pictum in Hungary’s National Library. The dismounted Mongols, with captured women, are on the left, the Hungarians, with one saved woman, on the right. I will not feel sorry for short Asian men for having sex with their women. It is their loss for being trolls. As a Hungarian I’m not naive I know very well what this race is capable of. Hungarians have a name for them that… Read more »
ZhuBaJie
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5 years 6 months ago

I agree with 3jay, this is a gross generalization and is, simply put, bad research. The student is the one claiming it’s the controversial nature of his conclusions that caused the row; I agree with the university reps that the quality of his work is low. I’ve seen, in my area (ethnomusicology), theses presented that were at least this controversial, but much better supported.
I imagine this is not the entire paper, but there are several “great leaps” that are, to allude to Chinese history, not “forward” at all.

ZhuBaJie
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5 years 6 months ago

Good point Crystal, the setting for this paper and its goal should be considered in assessing its value. Still, his conclusions (“The white man’s approach to Asians has evolved into a mixture of exotisation, sexualization and pedophilic fetishism”), though perhaps appropriately attached to some people, are gross exaggerations and not supported. He would have done better to analyze the excerpts from the books, movies, and ads as evidence of a certain kind of attitude that exists with some people — that probably would be a reasonable conclusion. I’m thinking of the story of the blind men and the elephant… :lol:

Ignatius
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Ignatius
5 years 6 months ago
Hello, I´m new here. That was an interesting text. Interesting indeed. But it seems the author try to explain trhough history why now white men marries asian women. But that´s history. Now is now. And one man is one man, and one woman is one woman. In love you cannot generalize. If you find your love, you don´t ask whom will be. There are not only jerks in this world like in the text “Traveling with Mr. M”, you know? Until I met the woman I love, I had no true interest in asian women. I find them cute but… Read more »
Teacher in China
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Teacher in China
5 years 6 months ago
I have to take issue with several things he has written here: 1) “why in recent times non-Western cultures are admired and coveted by white Westerners rather than despised and eradicated as under imperialism. Hooks linked it to a desire of cultural difference and colonial nostalgia” The last line especially kills me. Those are two very different things, and to join together like that suggests that they both appear equally in the minds of “white Westerners”. “Colonial nostalgia”? Really? Ahh, yes, those were the good old days, when us whitefolk ruled over everyone with an iron fist and had wenches… Read more »
HongBaoNaLai
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HongBaoNaLai
5 years 6 months ago
Why take his university paper that seriously? That’s the art of writing a university paper. To be BIAS. To pick a thesis and use what ever bull crap evidence you can find to back it up. And with a couple of peer reviewed articles to back it even further. Its basically like playing chess by yourself. You choose a side and you make sure that side wins. Have you seen a research paper battling 2 sides much? I’ve done it before and the professor asked me what I was doing. He said I’m making my thesis weaker and not stronger.… Read more »
Teacher in China
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Teacher in China
5 years 6 months ago

I guess my big problem with it isn’t the bias. I have no problem with bias if it’s intelligently argued and supported by fact. His support for the really offensive parts is completely absent. As a university research paper, this would fail.

Crystal
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5 years 6 months ago

@HongBaoNaLai, as far as I know, in chess – in order to prove that one side has a win – you must prove it assuming that the opposition makes the very best moves (and loses in any case).
So, your comparison was offensive to chess lovers :lol:

Nick
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Nick
5 years 6 months ago

In chess (at least Western chess), we usually consider that the player who wins is the one who made the second-to-last mistake.

Chess strategy and tactics are so well studied that, these days, the only way someone wins at a truly competetive level is for the losing player to make one more mistake than the winning player.

full disclosure: I was the captain of my high school chess team two years in a row. :-)

Nick
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Nick
5 years 6 months ago
I should question your professor’s advice. In my opinion (as a university professor), I think that a student should present ideas that oppose his or her thesis and then provide acceptable answers to those oppositions. That is due dilligence, and it shows that the student did not simply hand-pick only supporting papers but did real reasarch. The idea behind proper research is to find the truth, not simply support your pet ideas. Defending a doctoral thesis* normally involves answering such opposing papers and views. The fact that you sought out those opposing views and (I suspect) answered them should be… Read more »
ziccawei
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5 years 6 months ago

Thanks for translating Crys – good job.

Mark
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5 years 6 months ago

So if I remember correctly, Crystal is from Chongqing, lives in Israel, has a Russian fiance, and can translate Swedish? Rock and roll.

KopyKatKiller
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KopyKatKiller
5 years 6 months ago

Poorly done… I bet he, like all Asian men who can’t get a white gal, more specifically a Swede, suffers from penis length envy! In fact, I’m going to write a thesis on that very topic!

Serenity
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Serenity
5 years 6 months ago
Clearly a frustrated man, with a lot of bias – covered in ‘academic’ writing. Yellow Fever, assuming we take it as a negative, does exist of course. Nothing wrong with doing research into that. But he’s obviously going to a predetermined conclusion as you read the paper. Way to go bud, of course everyone with in interest in Asians is a pedophile colonial racist dickwad. I should do a research into how this guy got to this thought. I’m sure he’s had some kind of nasty experience with ‘western’ people and this is his revenge. Reminds me of a racist… Read more »
Nick
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Nick
5 years 6 months ago

“Sociology is a science in exactly the same way that jazz is a colour.”

I’m sorry, but as someone with doctorates in two unrelated hard-science fields, I have a hard time taking Dr. Hübinette’s “research” seriously.

Woodlandowl
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Woodlandowl
5 years 6 months ago

I think the fever comes about when someone first learns about the culture. American culture is very feminist, which can be difficult for conservative, more traditional families.

It is very true that Asian women to have a significant natural look of youth. They look and act a lot more polite and civil that American women.

It is very creepy how odler men seek younger women. It is probably mental illness. They are soiopathic and unable to socialize with women their own age.

Kosten
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Kosten
2 months 23 days ago

Agreed. They look like children because they are small and flat and have high loud voices, like children. The older ones look like children with wrinkles though. :P

Nick
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Nick
5 years 6 months ago
While I am sure Dr. Hübinette is well versed in his field, I strongly disagree with him. I am not a sociologist, but I think he is over-generalising. I will freely admit that my sweetheart is shorter than I am, and while I think she looks younger than she really is she is still very obviously a WOMAN and not a child, and my attraction to her is hardly a manifestation of a paedophilic fetish. I’ve been approached by much younger women, and I personally find the idea of being intimate with someone young enough to be my daughter absolutely… Read more »
M.
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M.
5 years 6 months ago
It has nothing to do with pedophilia, and everything to do with sexism and racism. In Western culture, Asians are seen as more feminine than whites, while Latinos and blacks are seen as more masculine. It’s why you don’t see Asian men as romantic leads in Western films, and why myths about penis sizes persist. It sucks, but it’s true. As far as I can tell, it’s only pedophilic to the extent that Western society values all women for their youth — and to the extent that income inequalities force (younger) women to look for (older) wealthier men. I think… Read more »
Hawk
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Hawk
5 years 6 months ago

From the Times Higher Education link posted above:

“A doctoral student at Stockholm University’s department of Oriental languages claims to have been barred from a conference because of his controversial research, although conference organisers said it was because his paper lacked academic merit.


Hans Aili, head of the department, told the newspaper Svenska Dagbladet : ‘I see these texts as personal musings rather than scholarly research.’ ”

I find myself compelled to agree with the conference organizers on this.

Nick
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Nick
5 years 6 months ago
Hawk, Thank you for pointing out and providing a reference to show that he is a doctoral student. Now I have absolutely no respect for him whatsoever. No, it’s not because he’s a student. It is because he’s a student in the department of Oriental Languages and he’s writing completely outside of his field and attempting to assert that he is somehow an authority on the subject on which he’s writing. I have two doctorates – medicine and computer science. I do not attempt to publish papers on sociology or linguistics because I have no credentials in either area. (Linguistics… Read more »
Zvi
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Zvi
5 years 4 months ago
I understand your point of view on this, and it is the prevailing point of view in society in general and academia in particular. I do not agree however, and this is why: great research is great research despite its author. There was a time when polymaths roamed the earth, and penned their musings from Lux Aeterna to The Wealth of Nations, and we today benefit from those people who were brave enough to speak on subjects to which their credentials were self-evident. Dr Hübinette is NOT one of those people, and he has no business publishing anything except his… Read more »
3jay
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3jay
5 years 6 months ago

After a second skim through this post, I find this fellow’s “thesis” even more laughable than before… And I also agree with Nick and Hawk here; this paper has no academic/scholarly value whatsoever! :lol:

jshomi
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jshomi
5 years 6 months ago

The popularity of “Madame Butterfly,” the most performed opera in the United States, and “Miss Saigon” reflect how deeply the exoticism and sensualism associated with women and the Far East from colonial or imperilist eras still run in the West today. In that sense, our thesis writer has a point. But, there’s sincerity underlying it. I think it’s very moving to listen to the arias of Madame Butterfly, to imagine the young woman’s sacrifice, devotion and fatalism – even though it’s fantasy. Such humanistic feelings shouldn’t be denigrated with muckraking theories about pedophelia, or other labels.

jshomi
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jshomi
5 years 6 months ago

In addition to “Madame Butterfly” and “Miss Saigon,” there’s “South Pacific.” These are extremely romantic and moving love stories and have always been very popular in the West. The “Love Duet” in Madame Butterfly, if taken literally, lends some support to Dr. Hubinette’s pedophilia thesis. Cio-Cio-San tells Lieutenant Pinkerton to love her “a little,” as though she were a “tiny child,” a “baby.” Obviously, it reflects the woman being devoted to him, not to in some manner goading Pinkerton’s pedophilia.

:arrow: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hWcxmyK7aSw

jshomi
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jshomi
5 years 6 months ago

A couple of more things. These excerpts from “South Pacific” lend some support to Dr. Hubinette’s pedophilia thesis. One is an excerpt captioned “Younger Than Springtime,” involving a lieutenant’s affection for a very young, child-like Vietnamese woman. Also, there’s an excerpt captioned “Bali Hai,” an island where women were kept in seclusion from the sailors, which expresses the allure, attraction to, and mystery of such women to the Western men.

“Younger than springtime”: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jKnlF2bjPBc

“Bali Hai”: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=81NROmUb7o0

Attila
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Attila
1 year 7 months ago

This is just a BS. I’m Hungarian married to a Filipina. Hungarians never colonized anyone and never slaved anyone. We are landlocked country so never sailed to Oriental fantasy land. The only Asian or Oriental experience we had when the Mongols killed half of the population in 1241 and took our women as sex slaves. No fucking Madam Butterfly for us for sure.

WanderingAmerican
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5 years 6 months ago

Sounds like this guy is just butthurt.

Meng
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Meng
5 years 6 months ago
First of all, let’s stop calling this clown “Dr. Hubinette.” He doesn’t have his doctorate yet, and, if he continues this way, he never will. As others here have stated, it’s obvious that Mr. Hubinette did research only in order to back up a predetermined opinion. Real research is a process of gathering evidence, carefully examining it, and then drawing a conclusion. As a graduate of one of the top research universities in the world, as well as currently being a teacher of English, I can tell you that, if I received this paper from a student, I would turn… Read more »
SamReeves
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5 years 6 months ago
I don’t know why some people continue to use the term ‘Asian Fetish’, and connecting it pedophilia is downright insulting. Why is it that attraction, when connected to attraction to Asian females, is always put into the ‘fetish’ box. Yet if I’m attracted to women with blond hair no one says I have a ‘blond hair fetish’. I’ve only really found two groups of people who like to use the phrase ‘Asian Fetish’, 1. Asian males who are a bit upset when Asian women have relationships with white guys, and 2. Western females 35+ who are loosing their looks and… Read more »
bomber
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bomber
5 years 6 months ago
meh. White male with Chinese wife here. I gotta say, I don’t consider myself attracted to her because of any paedophilic tendencies on my part. I am not attracted to young or teenage Chinese girls (or underage girls of any other shape / hue for that matter.) Also not a “yellow fever” guy. I’ve Had many white girlfriends in the past, and I am still definitely attracted to women of all types. The guy who wrote this piece of hyperbolic trash is likely just trying to capitalize on the 50 year-old anti-white academic trend in the west. Blaming the worlds’… Read more »
Restaurant Unemployee
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Restaurant Unemployee
5 years 5 months ago

“It’s not that they have small penises; its that they act like they do.”

that explains the jingoism and nationalism too, probably.

waving flags is so 1930s.

Hans Engnell
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5 years 6 months ago
If it is bad research it is not the first time. I know of Tobias Hübinette, he’s done so called “research” on Nazis in Sweden before, publishing a book containing names of people who he said were related to the Swedish Nazi movement. Since the book more looked like a phone book, he apparently wasn’t very picky about who was a nazi and who wasn’t. He’s simply a fool and he hasn’t made a name for himself in Sweden for anything of value. He’s also made stupid remarks like “white men are the inferior race” and such. Please just ignore… Read more »
Nick
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Nick
5 years 6 months ago
“White men are the inferior race”? Sheesh. I didn’t know he was that much of a git. Thank you, Hans, for pointing that one out. Do you have a reference or citation for that accusation? Mr. Hübinette does raise an interesting issue, though… inferiourity complexes in inter-racial adoptions. Does Mr. Hübinette feel somehow inferiour to white people because he was adopted away from Korea by a white family? Is he lashing out now in an attempt to build up his own fragile self-esteem? I would have thought that someone in an inter-racial adoption would be MORE likely to be tolerant… Read more »
Chia-fu
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5 years 6 months ago

His thesis has some valid points, but his argument is weak. Perhaps he should use more quantified data to back his claims.

Nice job on the translation, Crystal.

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