I’d heard the theory before, but this was the first piece I’d seen on the web (although to be fair, it was my first time reading about the “long hair” theory which separated Asian women and black women.) HBD is exactly the same thing as scientific racism, the key difference is the focus: HBDers push the ideas that black people will never be smart enough to run their own countries, and that while Asian people are smart, the men aren’t as “alpha” as other races.
“Scientific” Racism, I thought it might be good for me to say my final word–much as I did with the Pick Up Artist debate.
The Bell Curve wasn’t nearly as racist as people made it out–the race thing was only a small part of the book–but it was a turning point for the resurgence of the movement.
Years later, I first saw the term “Human Biodiversity” years ago when I read Steve Sailer’s “Is Love Colorblind“–which pushed a common theory on why there are more AF/WM and WF/BM couples than WF/AM and BF/WM couples.
), and during his time here, we had a few conversations online as well (see here and here).
I had no idea that there were so many Asian American guys who were adherents of this internet HBD movement.