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Because of that, the stigma of the unattractive and/or grossly awkward Asian male affected me even more particularly.

Also, despite my older brother’s warnings, I chose the name “Peter” as a nickname to sidestep the butchering of my given [Asian] name.

Unfortunately, it was far too easy for the moniker “Centimeter Peter” to come into being. Because I grew up feeling non-sexual and unappealing, I ended up developing a certain aversion to Asian women.

Even though he’s hasn’t lived in the Bay Area in years, I thought his story was relatable enough to print his email. ” when the author mentioned the gross portrayal of the general acceptance of Asian males as impotent, awkward, and lacking sexual prowess.

BTW, if you currently live in the Bay Area — no matter what ethnicity you are — and want to write for us, email us at [email protected] your story ideas and writing clips: I could not help but literally pump my fist in the air following my reading of Tiffany Wang’s article. Having grown up in an Asian family full of model-esque people, an emphasis on attractiveness and physical appeal was a strong factor in my life from an early age.

Earlier this week, MDE also applied for a federal grant of up to

Because of that, the stigma of the unattractive and/or grossly awkward Asian male affected me even more particularly.

Also, despite my older brother’s warnings, I chose the name “Peter” as a nickname to sidestep the butchering of my given [Asian] name.

Unfortunately, it was far too easy for the moniker “Centimeter Peter” to come into being. Because I grew up feeling non-sexual and unappealing, I ended up developing a certain aversion to Asian women.

Even though he’s hasn’t lived in the Bay Area in years, I thought his story was relatable enough to print his email. ” when the author mentioned the gross portrayal of the general acceptance of Asian males as impotent, awkward, and lacking sexual prowess.

BTW, if you currently live in the Bay Area — no matter what ethnicity you are — and want to write for us, email us at [email protected] your story ideas and writing clips: I could not help but literally pump my fist in the air following my reading of Tiffany Wang’s article. Having grown up in an Asian family full of model-esque people, an emphasis on attractiveness and physical appeal was a strong factor in my life from an early age.

Earlier this week, MDE also applied for a federal grant of up to $1 million to assist in building new state infrastructure to help collect the new data.

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million to assist in building new state infrastructure to help collect the new data.