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According to Rey Chow, cultural critic and professor at Duke University, the fetishism of white women in Chinese media does not have to do with sex; instead Chow describes it as a type of commodity fetishism.
White women are seen as a representation of what China does not have: an image of a woman as something more than the heterosexual opposite to man.
Susanne Schotanus, with the University of Amsterdam, defined raceply in an international journal as “a sexual practice where the either imagined or real racial background of one or more of the participants is used to create this power-imbalance in a BDSM-scene, through the use of slurs, narratives and objects laden with racial history.” Homi K.
Bhabha explains racial fetishism as a version of racist stereotyping, which is woven into colonial discourse and based on multiple/contradictory and splitting beliefs, similar to the disavowal which Freud discusses.
For example, following the 1970s and a peak in the American feminist movement, many white men turned to mail-order bride companies in search of a loyal, understanding, and subservient partner.
They saw women of their own race as too career-oriented and strong-willed.
In 1986, Robert Mapplethorpe had a photographic art show titled Black Males, showing photographs of naked black men exclusively.On the contrary, Perry Johansson, author of the Postcolonial Studies Journal article, "Consuming the other: The fetish of the western woman in Chinese advertising and popular culture," argues that the racial fetish of white women in Chinese culture does have something to do with sex.White women represent a shift in the power dynamics between women and men. According to an article from the Washington and Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice, the "Asian fetish" syndrome is born out of the male desire for dominance and the stereotype of Asian women as individuals open to domination.In a study of Chinese advertisements from 1990 to 1995, marketed solely to the Chinese people, it was concluded that in China, white women are symbols of strength and sexuality.The body language expressed by Chinese models demonstrate subordination, defined by the covering of faces and the tilting of heads.