Remember JC Davies? She's the woman who spent nearly a decade as an equity research analyst, first at ING Barings, then Goldman Sachs and finally RIM Securities, and then decided to write a book called Jungle Fever. In it Davies advises people to diversify their personal lives by dating people of all colors of the rainbow and proffers interesting pieces of information about different races she learned doing research in the field. Today she's released a trailer for the book wherein three stereotypes are discussed in a mock-interview. They include: the size of Asian men's packages, whether or not Indian guys and their homes smell like curry and what body type black men, who she calls "brothers," go after.