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This area of theory is called optimal outbreeding hypothesis.This hypothesis can be applied to why some people are sexually attracted to others who they believe to have the best genes in order for them to produce offspring who are likely to survive.As Matthew W Hughey discusses in his article, "Making Everyday Microaggressions: An Exploratory Experimental Vignette study on the Presence and Power of Racial Microaggressions", Asian and Latino/Hispanic people were most likely to experience exoticization.The term exotic, and being sexually interested in someone for their exotic traits, has become problematic when describing persons of color as it marginalizes their culture, reminding them that they are not a part of the norm, and their traits (physical and cultural) are considered as a part of the other.Attraction can be viewed as a mechanism for choosing a healthy mate.People's minds have evolved to recognize aspects of other peoples' biology that makes them an appropriate or good mate.Additionally, this view of fetishism is situated as the point at which objective institutional systems are "personified" by individuals.
Over time, race has became a factor in arousing sexual desire.
In his essay, "The Sexual Aberrations", he stated: "No other variation of the sexual instinct that borders on the pathological can lay so much claim to our interest as [fetishism], such is the peculiarity of the phenomena to which it gives rise." The Freudian meaning of fetish encompasses the idea of when an object (e.g. He argued that the fetish had two complementary functions.
First, it serves as a "ritualized articulation of repression, a powerful...defense against the terror of castration complex (for males)." Second, it is a highly personalized object or practice serving as an "eroticized substitute for the true object of desire".
Racial fetishism has been theorized in academic discourse in relation to Freudian sexual fetishism and Marx's notion of commodity fetishism.
The term has not been largely discussed in academia, however, because Freud's theories of sexual fetishism have become so influential since the late 19th century.
Mc Clintock is interested in opening up the discourse of fetishism to stray away from the phallus and the scene of castration.