Once you think about A asian girl, exactly just what pops into the mind? A tiger mother? An anime dream? A manicurist referring to you an additional language? These stereotypes are frustrating, disheartening and downright depressing for asian women.
In place of letting those feelings fester and rot internally, Rhode Island class of Design pupils Olivia Park and Esther Fan chose to take action constructive. Later last year, they started Sad Asian Girls Club, a collective of Asian-American girls planning to break the tradition of passiveness and silence through talks of racism and feminism, providing more representation for Asian girls of all of the kinds and backgrounds around the globe.
They’ve carved out online on Tumblr, Instagram and YouTube while technically the collective consists of just Fan and Park, Sad Asian Girls Club has evolved into a community in the most modern sense of the word — a stark red, black and white-tinted place. Read More