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One week after the tragic mass murder of eight people at three spas outside Atlanta, including six Asian women, the authorities and the media are still struggling to unpack the racial and sexual components of the crime.
While there is no evidence that any of the victims engaged in sex work, experts note that media coverage after the mass murder has explored the prevalence of sex workers in Atlantain massage parlors and in general — entangling these victims in a larger narrative at the intersection of racial, class and gender-based biases. I think that they chose to advance a narrative in the press conference that has real consequences. Whether or not they were actually sex workers or self-identified under that label, we know that as massage workers, they were subjected to sexualized violence stemming from the hatred of sex workers, Asian women, working class people, and immigrants.
One problem for journalists reporting on the case is just how little experience many have covering the Asian American experience.
So many Asian American academics, particularly female ones, have suddenly been inundated with media requests. When it comes to reporting on anti-Asian violence, Kao said reporters should be mindful of the specific differences that separate those crimes from ones inflicted against people of other ethnicities.
She was known as a hard worker, sometimes putting in hour days, six days a week so she could send money to help her elderly parents in China, her husband, Gary, told local news outlet 11 Alive. When Tan heard the gunman shooting, she told her massage client, Marcus Lyon, to not move. As he dove to the floor and covered himself with the massage bed, Tan opened the door and was shot in the head. He was He also said that his brother might have been talking with management at the time because he was thinking about opening a spa himself.
You never went away from his place hungry. A co-worker of hers has sent up a GoFundMe campaign in his honor. They were put in separate rooms. He could hear the gunfire outside his room. He escaped without harm.
His wife was killed. Yaun raised a year-old son as a single mother and had an 8-month-old daughter.
She was the youngest of the victims at She represented everything I wanted to be as a woman, without an ounce of hate or bitterness in her heart. People that were close to me, knew that my grandmother was my rock. To have her taken away as a perfectly healthy elderly woman by such a heinous crime broke my heart.
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Attacked spas had been targeted by prostitution stings