How does interracial dating NOT make you a racist?
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January 16, 2013 at 9:26 am #783971Anonymous
Ok soo i was called racist today because of the fact i don’t date nor am i attracted to black guys which i’m white btw. I’m not racist but i believe interracial dating is wrong and unnatural. Does being against interracial make me racist even though i have no problem with black ppl, i even have a few black friends? Btw this might sound racist but the white girls that tend to date or attracted to black guys are kinda trashy wh*res. Sorry but i’m just so tired of black guys hitting on me, it’s really annoying and disgusting.March 4, 2013 at 4:05 pm #783972Anonymous
Anyone who claims they see no color better get themselves checked out for their eye-sight. You can’t be a racist in the closet, a racist who dont know is racist, or a racist just playing around. Just because your best friend doesn’t look like you or your dating a so-called “different race” means absolutely nothing.May 12, 2014 at 5:52 am #783986
White guy here. My personal experience dating the daughters of Indian and Jewish dads has not been…..good. Let’s call it really, really bad.May 12, 2014 at 11:15 am #783983
@!sinner69! 471180 wrote:
If I hear a racist remark I will kick in the face of the source…nothing more nothing less
Ah, but what if the person making the remark is directing it at your ethnicity. Potentially just portraying yourself as a racist by attacking them. You’d have to date their sister or something to prove yourself lol.May 13, 2014 at 9:55 am #783988
It doesn’t. I mean that make fun of that on Family Guy with Brian. It’s clear he doesn’t like black people, but when he saw a hot black woman, he wanted to get with her. lol
Or sometimes you date a person of different ethnicity, but you are racist against other ethnicities. Some people may be fine with different races, but hate 1 particular one–sad either way.
But I don’t think someone would go as far to date, kiss, and have sex, with someone just to prove they aren’t racist. That’d be too much effort on their part. At most, they’d have one ethic “friend” or acquaintance they can tolerate, but I don’t think it’d get that deep. My ex friend was that way.
I’m black. My ex friend, I no longer speak to, seemed to have some racist qualities to her. She outright told me her family was racist, and they like me because I don’t look black–I have albinism. Then whenever she’d come to my house, or to pick me up, she wouldn’t fail to comment at least once that she, or her family, get nervous with her being in “this neighborhood”, and worrying she’d be shot. And her statement that she’d never date anyone who was black. And I believe I was the only black friend she had. All her other friend are white.
So, she had me for a friend, but I wasn’t convinced after all that. So, I just haven’t spoken to her since Feb, and don’t plan to.May 13, 2014 at 10:03 am #783987
Personally I’ve dated a crapload of white women, 2 black women, and a Indian (no idea how she got in there). It just seems to be where you live and who are you exposed to. I loved the black girls, but they were too much into the dead guy on the stick. I can’t handle fairy tales.May 13, 2014 at 1:05 pm #783984
@bucckaroo 561016 wrote:
Personally I’ve dated a crapload of white women, 2 black women, and a Indian (no idea how she got in there). It just seems to be where you live and who are you exposed to. I loved the black girls, but they were too much into the dead guy on the stick. I can’t handle fairy tales.
ROFL! Don’t know how she got in there lol. I don’t even think you mean to but some of your comments crack me up. Dead guy on the stick? Is that the best reference to Jesus I’ve ever heard or am I missing something?May 13, 2014 at 1:08 pm #783985
Only ever dated white women, and I’m white myself, but I’d happily date someone of any ethnicity. Doesn’t bother me at all.
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