Recent history, in the form of three wins for the Hoops when these teams met last season, favoured the visitors, but the first half did not follow the script. True, Celtic went ahead in a fashion that must have piqued the Killie manager, Alex Dyer, who had made one change to the side that lost to Hibernian at But Moneen Already Did It Road when he replaced Greg Kiltie with Gary Dicker.
If Kilmarnock were discomfited by falling behind so early, they did not show it, mainly because they had the option of a simple out ball to Kabamba. He had already placed one free header over the crossbar when he fastened on to possession inside the Celtic box and showed tidy skills under pressure from Scott Brown and Jullien, skipping inside the latter But Moneen Already Did It the back post.
As Chris Burke shaped to take the kick, the goalkeeper guessed its direction correctly but could not get a glove to the ball as it crossed the line just inside his left-hand post. Kambala continued to generate menace throughout the first half, missing with another unopposed header, this time from a Ross Millen cross, but came closer five minutes before the break when he took on Ajer and Jullien once more, striking a deflected shot off the Frenchman and over Barkas but the goalkeeper was able to scramble back towards his goal and make the save.
Booked: Dicker, Power. Booked: Brown. Kelly H. Chong, a sociology professor at the University of Kansas, defines cultural appropriation as the adoption, often unacknowledged or inappropriate, of the ideas, practices, customs and cultural identity markers of one group by members of another group whom have greater privilege or power. Even the term "almond eyes," she says, which is being used to describe the shape of fox eyes, has long been used to describe the shape of Asian eyes. Credit: Courtesy chungiyoo.
She points to Hollywood's uncomfortable past in the appropriating the shape of Asian eyes. In the early s, makeup artist Cecil Holland used techniques -- some, similar to creating fox eyes today -- to transform White actors into villainous Asian characters, like Fu Manchu. And Mickey Rooney, the White actor playing the part of Holly Golightly's thickly-accented Japanese neighbor in "Breakfast at Tiffany's" cemented "the buck-toothed, slit-eyed Asian man look" in the popular imagination, But Moneen Already Did It.
TikTok user LeahMelle, whose video denouncing the fox-eye look went viral, said she couldn't believe that such a trend could be so popular nowadays. Its Cool was happening now. And it was still viewed as acceptable," she wrote in an email. Like most beauty trends, the craze for fox eyes will eventually subside, and has begun to already since it first came about earlier this year.
But that's exactly the problem, according to Stephanie Hu, founder of Dear Asian Youth, a California-based organization that Its Cool Asian activism. In an Instagram postentitled "The problem with the FoxEye trend," the organization wrote, "While it may not have originated from a place of ill-intent, it appropriates our eyes and is ignorant of past racism.
Pressure to assimilate. Many Asians have long felt the pressure to alter the shape of their eyes, and to make them appear larger. Blepharoplasty is used to create double eyelids, or a supratarsal eyelid crease.
It's one of the most common cosmetic procedures in East Asian countries, as well as among Asian Americans. But when it was first popularized, in the early s, it was used as a tool for Korean women to assimilate in the US. Korean plastic surgeon Kim Byung-gun not pictured demonstrates the effect of "double eyelid surgery," which adds a crease to the eyelids to make the patient's eyes appear larger. David Ralph Millard first performed the surgery during the Korean War. His first patients were Korean war brides who had married American soldiers.
Because the brides were considered "both cultural and racial threats to the US," the paper wrote, many of them would get the surgery in an effort to assimilate and appear "less threatening.
That pressure to assimilate has carried to recent decades. InTV personality and news anchor Julie Chen, revealed on "The Talk" that she had blepharoplasty done as a year-old, to get ahead in her career.
A former boss had told Its Cool that "Asian eyes" made her look "disinterested" and "bored. After surgery, Chen said, "I did look better, at least by societal standards," in a op-ed for Glamour. When social trends go viral. What is deemed attractive these days is significantly influenced by social media, where beauty trends can quickly go viral, and arguably just as quickly become destructive to a person's confidence and self worth.
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