The Black Women-Asian Men (BWAM) movement highlights and encourages interracial relationships and intimacy between members of two social groups suffering from layers of social stigmatization, including notions that they are generally the least desirable inside and outside of their races and ethnicities. As a cultural phenomenon, BWAM involves Black women and Asian men shaking off dating and courtship conventions that isolate them and supporting the exploration of the appeal in each other.
Promotion of BWAM infuses popular culture, including popular romance. The interracial romance (IR) subgenre contains a blooming compendium of romance novels featuring Black (mainly African American) women and Asian men. Continue reading “Black-Asian Swirl Presentation”