- Nov 19, 2017
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Bernard Bach, a Tennessee-born New Yorker of Vietnamese descent, was walking alone through Times Square near midnight recently when a stranger yelled at him. With anti-Asian bigotry on the rise because of the coronavirus’s origins in China, many Asians have been shouted at — or worse — in public. But Bach’s stranger had a different motivation.
“Work those calves!” she cheered. On a video of the moment he posted, Bach, 35, responded with a glowing, knowing smirk — not that he felt comfortable.
Unattractive ethnics getting catcalled by foids is the epitome of wokeness now