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Although she assured me not to worry, as the girl was probably still thinking about it, I already started losing interest.
A few days later, I get a text from my friend asking if we could talk on phone so that she could update me on the situation with her friend.
While I agree with this critique about the way Hollywood and the Western media generally depicts beauty, I am also inclined to reflect on how some of the same groups of people that are critical of such unfair depictions of beauty can also be guilty of the same racial biases.
Specifically, I’m referring to the dynamics of dating and relationships within the Muslim American community and how my community has absorbed some of the standards that Nanjiani and Ansari are accused of perpetuating in their craft. Even though there are vastly more opportunities to meet people now than there ever were in the past, it’s still hard to connect with others.
The Muslim American community is extremely diverse by the numbers.
According to a Pew Research Group study in 2017, around 42% of Muslims are native born, while 58% are foreign born.
As more people from the same ethnic group gather and form a community, they eventually start to raise money and build a mosque, which serves as a primary space of gathering for those within this specific ethnic community.Currently, there are over one billion Muslims worldwide; however, the numbers are far lower in the U. with Muslims only making up an estimated one percent of the population or about 3.35 million people.From the way the American conservative media depicts our impending takeover with sharia law, one would think that we were much more numerous.Yet, as these stars continue to rise, they’ve had their fair share of criticism come their way about their choice in romantic partners on the big and small screen.The gist of the critique is that both of these South Asian actors from Muslim backgrounds chose white women as their main love interest, and by doing so, they perpetuate the idea that those with fair skin, and more specifically white women, are the epitome of beauty and desirability.