Ok, I was reading about blepharoplasty, and then an interesting sentence popped up before my eyes:
Not judging this sentence morally, but from a grammar point of view, could someone tell me what "it" refers to in this sentence.
I think most Asian women are sick to death of the whole "mysterious" and "exotic" fetishism, be it
eyes, hair or body.
Source: a forum in Japantoday.com
Also, could this sentence be rephrased in a better way(or any way)?
Thanks in advanced
Re: "be it..."
be it = be that fetishism; it = fetishism
Originally Posted by infinikyte
It's similar in meaning to 'no matter whether it is eyes...'
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