Hours after dropping this episode, we learned of allegations of misconduct against Professor Jim Pfaus that were published by the CBC just before our story aired. We have since done additional reporting on his work and have not encountered objections to the quality of his research. We have chosen to leave our published podcast unchanged, but we have used this opportunity to interview other researchers in the field of sexual preferences and decided to feature one of them in the subsequent broadcast excerpt that aired on Morning Edition. If you're looking for a deeper dive into the science of sexual preferences, racial preference hierarchies and their impact, or the history and politics of Asian-American sexuality, here are some of the academic resources we used to research this episode. Conditioned partner preference in male and female rats for a somatosensory cue.
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An Asian fetish is a strong sexual or romantic preference for persons of Asian descent, especially East or Southeast Asian descent and South Asian descent. The fetishization of East Asians by people of other ethnicities is sometimes described by the derogatory term yellow fever. Asian women are often stereotyped as being subservient, passive, and quiet. This portrayal persists today, along with the idea of Asian women—and, to a lesser extent, men—being exotic and submissive. In the afterword to the play M.