Asian men are angry. They're angry that American society doesn't view them as powerful and attractive and all those signifiers we associate with masculinity. So they'll say or do anything to prove that they can objectify, demean, or rape a woman just as well as any other man can.
The horrifying debate around Mississippi's Personhood Amendment has yielded up an interesting rhetorical tidbit: some anti-choicers apparently see abortion rights as castrating America's masculine spirit. That's a viewpoint with some disturbing connotations.
The suggestion that the president may have heeded several liberal interventionists in his own administration — including Hillary Clinton, U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice, and National Security staffer Samantha Power — has inflamed a boys-against-girls war. Just ask Andrea Mitchell.