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Back then, the term was shorthand for someone white who had a crush on someone Asian, and at our school, it applied to the girls as much as it did the boys.

I didn’t think much about yellow fever at the time, though, because my 12-year-old brain was a veritable encyclopedia of crude lingo.

In other words, they prey on Asian women simply because they’re Asian.

But it’s the equivalent of standing on a mountaintop, and shouting: Isn’t the reverse true, though?

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But I wrote this essay because the term is becoming more popular.

We should absolutely bring greater awareness to the ugly fetishization of Asian women, but by liberally using “yellow fever” to describe deviant behavior, it continues thriving as a loaded way to describe healthy interracial relationships.