|8.||Reverse Interracial Kao-Yin|
Formal term for Reverse Interracial Marriage in Singaporean English & Malay English, denoting the extremely rare case of the wedded union of a fair Chinese, Malay, European or Indo-Aryan male with a dark Tamil female. The polar opposite of the much more common Interracial Kao-Yin.more...
The rarity of such unions is due to mutual aversion. Thus, Caucasoid-Mongoloid men often report feeling intimidated by South Indian women, pointing to their large steatopygian body size & expressing fears of an inability to sexually satisfy these 'Negresses of Malaya'. Such beliefs are founded on the historical prevalence of matriarchy in Malabar. They are further fuelled by the projection of the 'Sapphire Stereotype' upon Tamilian women in Malayo-Polynesian culture, which represents the Afro-Dravidian female as a combative, domineering & emasculating 'Angry Black Woman' who controls men through her belittling insults & denigrating jibes.
Meanwhile, Dravidian women
Traditional Burmese stock character & humourous caricature of a Dravidian man, emphasising the pitch-dark skins, enormous black penises, extra-muscular bodies & buck-toothed mouths which Tibeto-Burman culture stereotypically ascribes to South Indian or 'Ka-La' people.more...
Widely depicted in Burmese Jokes, theatre & puppet plays, folklorists record that interest of Burmic audiences largely revolves around his gigantic black phallus (Bruns & Thamein, op cit). Among liberated Tibeto-Burman women, his enormous Dravidian Penis is naturally a source of both erotic titillation & ribald humour.
Meanwhile, the popularity of Hsaik Ka-La among Burmese men is part of a strategy to alleviate Dravidian Penis Envy. This inferiority complex, which dates back to the subjugation of Pegu by Tamil Chola fleets, is primarily a result of numerous crushing defeats suffered by Burmese Armies at the hands of the dreaded Madras Regiment during the Anglo-Burmese Wars. The subsequent British Occupation was accompanied by a humiliating avalanche of Intercaste Marriages