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The risque endeavor is also a scholarly exercise, which includes the "Masters of the Pillow" documentary on the making of "Skin on Skin." The film, with commentary from Asian American filmmakers, academicians and playwrights, was shown at the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival in March and the Visual Communications Filmfest in Los Angeles on May 1.
Late last year, word of Hamamoto's project led to spoofs on Comedy Central's "The Daily Show," which aired a mock news story about the dearth of Asian men in pornography, and NBC's "Tonight Show," which showed a skit featuring Godzilla with his groin blacked out breaking up an all-Asian bedroom romp.
There, he soon learned what it was like to bask in female attention.
There wasn't an Asian among them, which reinforced what he has long believed: that cliches and stereotypes about Asian men have rendered them sexual afterthoughts.
"You aren't creating your own images," the 50-year-old Japanese American told the UC Davis class. You have to take it into your own hands." Like Hamamoto, hundreds of Asian American men are writing books and poems and creating websites in hopes of redefining themselves by combating the enduring notion that they are sub-masculine.
A recent uproar on Yu's site erupted when magazine published a pictorial in its April issue titled "Asian or Gay? on the latest edition of 'The Bachelorette,' Andy [Chang] got eliminated right away. Like she was going to choose the lone, token Asian guy out of that bunch?
" Yu quickly rallied his readers by saying, "It seriously pulls out every offensive, stereotypical Asian pop culture reference imaginable, objectifying and exoticizing Asian men into a sexual stereotype." A mid-January posting read: "Bad week for Asian men on reality TV . " Days after he was booted, Chang said he was disappointed he was the only bachelor that didn't get a one-on-one meeting with Meredith Phillips, the ABC show's bachelorette.A fellow American I met in my Belo Horizonte had an odd complaint about me: he said I talked “too much” about girls. One morning we got to talking at the dining room table and I asked him when he realized he was a homersexual. In college I tried to date girls but had trouble connecting with them. I have a feeling these gay boys had gay tendencies before their conversion, but how many guys in Brazil converted to homosexuality because they couldn’t get laid? The problem that only exists for African-American women (finding a long-term mate within their race), will now become one for white women as well.