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In a study of Chinese advertisements from 1990 to 1995, marketed solely to the Chinese people, it was concluded that in China, white women are symbols of strength and sexuality.

They justified their actions by labeling the women as hyper-sexual property.

These labels solidified into what is commonly referred to as the "Jezebel" stereotype.

Feminist writer Anne Mc Clintock is interested in opening up the discourse of fetishism to stray away from the phallus and the scene of castration.

One of her central arguments is that although race, class, and gender are all different and articulated categories of being, they always exist "in and through relation to each other," and therefore discussions of racial fetishism also always have to do with class and gender as see racial fetishism as stemming from an overdetermined relation to the castration scene.

This work has been highly criticized for fetishizing the black male body, notably by Kobena Mercer in his aforementioned essay.

Though it was not necessarily the artist's intention to portray these men as fetishized objects, they have been perceived that way by many audiences, especially in relation to some of his other works concerning gay male BDSM practices.

In his apartment, Michael also had mittens filled with hairs of Asian women.

In 1986, Robert Mapplethorpe had a photographic art show titled Black Males, showing photographs of naked black men exclusively.

Asian women were the antithesis to their perception of white women.

Furthermore, there have been many cases of Asian fetishism leading to criminal activity.

Michael had cut locks of hair off at least nine Asian women.

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