Revolution of a Stereotype: What's a Jewish American Princess Today?
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Nothing was redeeming about a JAP. She did not have an ounce of compassion or empathy. The stereotype of the JAP wife was one of a woman wielding credit cards with impunity and withholding sex from her husband. A non-Jew asks a panel of Jews something that he or she wants to know about Judaism.
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Top definition. Normally shortened to " Jap " this girl dresses only in clothing that costs more than it's worth ex. Abercrombie, uggs, etc.
The archetype was forged in the mids, in concert with the Jewish-American middle-class ascent. Where it came from, nobody knows. The JAP has survived through an alliance with pop culture — showing her face sporadically in books, in music, and onscreen, even up to the present. She makes herself known where these identities collide in a calamity of Coach bags, upmarket loungewear, and entitled dispositions toward luxury and ease.