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13 Asians On Identity And The Struggle Of Loving Their Eyes
The cuteness culture, or kawaii aesthetic, has become a prominent aspect of Japanese popular culture , entertainment, clothing , food , toys, personal appearance, and mannerisms. The original definition of kawaii came from Lady Murasaki's 11th century novel The Tale of Genji , where it referred to pitiable qualities. The rise of cuteness in Japanese culture emerged in the s as part of a new style of writing. These pictures would be inserted randomly and made the writing difficult to read. His conclusion was based on an observation that cute handwriting predates the availability of technical means for producing rounded writing in comics.
When we talk about Asian eyes, we talk about slantedness, roundness, smooth monolids and deep eyelid folds. To talk about Asian eyes is to have a unique lexicon. And these stereotypes persist today. Asian-Americans who spoke to HuffPost expressed everything from dissatisfaction to ultimate acceptance of their eyes and appearance. Their feelings about Asian eyes were fraught with centuries-old, cross-continental beliefs about attractiveness.