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Etymology[ edit ] The term "Sarong party girl" has its fairly innocuous roots in the late s to early s when Singapore was still ruled by the British Empire. As a general practice, the British forces personnel socialised very much among themselves, according to their military ranks and lookking i. However, there were some instances when specific local Singaporean "guests" were invited to social functions hosted by the British. The term "Sarong party" came into use to describe social functions which included local invited "ladies" who wore the saronga native word for a wrap-around skirt popular among local Singaporean men and women of the time.

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Over time, the term has taken on a somewhat more derogatory meaning. The term "Sarong party" lookiing into use to describe social functions which included local invited "ladies" who wore the saronga native word for a wrap-around skirt popular among local Singaporean men and women of the time.

A Sarong party girl is commonly perceived as a fetishist who is racist and discriminates against their own community and race stemming from self-hatredwhile showing a favoritism towards white people and effectively abandoning their Asian identity. Nowadays, Sarong party girls are no longer identified by a unique dress code or appearance, referring simply to any local woman who prefers to socialize with males of a Caucasian ethnicity, particularly for romantic or sexual relationships.

Due to these stereotypes, women who are classified as Sarong party girls often have to endure negative sweeping statements. The Sarong party girl stereotype was popularised by a series of humorous books by Australian writer Jim Aitchison in the s, offering a satirical portrayal of the SPG and related aspects of Singaporean culture.

However, there were some instances when specific local Singaporean "guests" were invited to social functions hosted by the British. As a general practice, the British forces personnel socialised very much among themselves, according to their military ranks and status i. The Sarong party girl stereotype in local entertainment is usually portrayed as a gold-digginglookinb Asian woman, and this perception contributed much to Singapore's decadent image in the s, as seen in films such as Saint Jack.

Etymology[ edit ] The term "Sarong party flr has its fairly innocuous roots in the late s to early s when Singapore was still ruled by the British Empire.

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