Glamour Brasil Apologizes For Asian 'Slanty-Eye' Post On Social Media | The Huffington Post EDITION US عربي (Arabi) Australia Brasil Canada Deutschland España France Ελλάδα (Greece) India Italia 日本 (Japan) 한국 (Korea) Maghreb México Québec (En Francais) United Kingdom United States INFORM • INSPIRE • ENTERTAIN • EMPOWER NEWS WorldPost Highline Science Education Weird News Business TestKitchen Tech College Media POLITICS Pollster Election Results Eat the Press HuffPost Hill Candidate Confessional So That Happened ENTERTAINMENT Sports Comedy Celebrity Books Entertainment TV Arts + Culture WELLNESS Healthy Living Travel Style Taste Home Weddings Divorce Sleep GPS for the Soul WHAT'S WORKING Impact Green Good News Global Health VOICES Black Voices Latino Voices Women Fifty Religion Queer Voices Parents Teen College VIDEO ALL SECTIONS Arts + Culture Black Voices Books Business Candidate Confessional Celebrity College Comedy Crime Divorce Dolce Vita Eat the Press Education Election Results Entertainment Fifty Good News Green Healthy Living Highline Home Horoscopes HuffPost Data HuffPost Hill Impact Latino Voices Media Outspeak Parents Politics Pollster Queer Voices Religion Science Small Business So That Happened Sports Style Taste Tech Teen TestKitchen Travel TV Weddings Weird News Women WorldPost FEATURED GPS for the Soul Hawaii OWN Dr. Phil Quiet Revolution Talk to Me Don't Stress the Mess Endeavor Fearless Dreamers Generation Now Inspiration Generation Paving the Way The Power Of Humanity Sleep + Wellness What's Working: Purpose + Profit What's Working: Small Businesses LATINO VOICES Glamour Brasil Apologizes For Asian 'Slanty-Eye' Post On Social Media This is beyond offensive. 11/07/2016 05:41 pm ET 570 Kimberly Yam Associate Editor, The Huffington Post Glamour Brasil just had a seriously ugly moment. The outlet recently apologized after receiving backlash for a gif it has since removed from social media. The post showed team members pulling their eyes back in a slanted formation, while others are shown bowing. The group took the offensive photo below in celebration of a trip they were taking to Japan. Glamour Brasil issued the apology “to the Asian community and every follower who has been offended by the publication in our Instagram account,” in addition to removing the post. “Glamour Brazil’s team regrets the incident,” the statement sent to The Huffington Post read. “It does not match the magazine’s position or opinions.” However, several members of the Asian community, including Hudson Yang of sitcom “Fresh Off The Boat” and popular blogger Ranier Maningding , clapped back on social media, accusing Glamour Brasil of racism. What the heck @GlamourBR this is racist 😡 pic.twitter.com/8jYB7Ybjub — Hudson David Yang (@HudsonDYang) November 6, 2016 What's up, @GlamourBR @glamourmag ? Anyone wanna explain why your team is filled with racist assholes? pic.twitter.com/UnifbcuMF0 — The Official LLAG (@theLLAG) November 4, 2016 Also @GlamourBR ur apology sucks. Don't say "sorry to ppl we offended" OWN that shit. Try "we're ignorant & now trying 2 educate ourselves" — DISGRASIAN™ (@disgrasian) November 7, 2016 How a publishing force like @CondeNast allows an unrelenting racist like @monicagsalgado to stay in power is problematic. @GlamourBR — David Yi (@seoulcialite) November 7, 2016 The Japanese welcome @GlamourBR into their country and this is how the idiot staff repays them. https://t.co/fdttolcSEZ — teresa lo (@teresalo_tweets) November 5, 2016 Brazil has the largest Japanese population outside of Japan, but this isn’t the first time casual racism has cropped up there. The Brazilian soccer team Santos FC came under fire years ago for posing with “slit-eyes” while promoting the 2011 FIFA Club World Cup in Japan. Asian culture is often caricatured in Brazil, with insensitive Fu Manchu-like depictions still deemed as acceptable, The Associated Press points out. And Japanese-Brazilians can be made to feel like they’re not really part of Brazilian culture, Jeffrey Lesser, an Emory University historian, told the AP. “A black person in Brazil is called a black Brazilian but a Japanese-Brazilian is called a Japones,” he said. “There is always a separation, the assumption that they like sushi, not feijoada.” More: Asian Voices Asian Americans Glamour Brasil Suggest a correction Comments Close SUBSCRIBE AND FOLLOW Get top stories and blog posts emailed to me each day. Newsletters may offer personalized content or advertisements. Learn more 124 K 67.7 K 456 K Podcast Add us on Snapchat Glamour Brasil Apologizes For Asian 'Slanty-Eye' Post On Social Media NEW! HIGHLIGHT AND SHARE Highlight text to share via Facebook and Twitter CURATED FOR YOU Generated from related, personalized and trending articles. View your news homepage. CONVERSATIONS Advertise RSS Careers FAQ User Agreement Privacy Comment Policy About Us About Our Ads Contact Us Archive Copyright © 2016 TheHuffingtonPost.com, Inc. "The Huffington Post"