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Dear White Guys: An Open Letter

Dear White Guys: An Open Letter
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Fascinating article - it spoke to me because I briefly dated the most gorgeous black girl (well, she described herself as brown, because she was also half Indian) and even as the whitest man in the world (two shades darker than translucent) NONE of the above ever crossed my mind. It really didn't bother me in the slightest that she was from a different race than I was. I honestly didn't acknowledge it, apart from the fact that I do remember thinking the contrast between her chocolate skin and my white skin was especially sexy.

I fell for her HARD - would quite happily have considered dating, marrying and breeding with her, even after a few weeks - and was gutted when she said she just wanted to be friends. I never really asked why (haven't spoken to her since) but it's possible she had the same hang ups about the interracial thing that you say the white boys have.

It's a two way street, ultimately.

09/16/2010

Love how you open the post with"I'm that black girl" basically speaking from the point of view of all black women. I think the first time I ever heard that black women were sexy because of having a big ass was Sir Mix A Lots song and I'm pretty sure I don't have to name it. While that kind of influenced me a little. I still look at pretty much all women the same. I don't just look at tits, ass, legs or what ever that way. I look at the whole body. I have seen eyes on one girl I really liked and hair on another. When it comes to the size of a person ass though. I associate a big ass with being fat and I am not a chubby chaser. I will say you make valid points and it is certainly a two way street. No one race is going to be all cool with dating/marrying people from other races. People as a whole have to work on that one.

I'll be honest in saying I haven't dated at all. A lot of the reason for that is my past and the interaction I have had with people who were and probably still are assholes. But I'm pretty sure if I made up my mind to ask out a woman of another race, even though my dad would probably hate it, it would not stop me from doing it. The girl saying no on the other hand would. hahaha

As for my heritage, that is question able. I am certainly European from my dads side and unknown from my moms. My mom was adopted and her parents may not have been honest about her ethnicity. She's either half black or have native American. which makes me quarter of one of those. I am a mut so I might as well claim all races.

09/16/2010

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