I'm tired, just got back from a country western club (yeah lol)....
I tend to hang out around a bunch of for lack of better term... white people.... and when alcohol is involved a lot of stuff gets said.
one of the things was. "I'd totally let you stick your black d inside"... wtf is that seriously. or "wow you don't act like other black guys"... and my personal favorite. "I've never been with a black guy before."
and it brings up a bigger point. why is mixed relationships so damn taboo still. I'm in my early 30's I've been surrounded by tons of people from all races, and I find things attractive about all of them. I've had relations with every one of the ethnicities that show up on the census form.
I know all about implied bias and all that crap. Why don't most people just see who they like, not just what color they are. we were talking about what physically attracts you earlier in misc forum and I didn't see anybody say white, black, latino (maybe I missed it).... but its automatically implied it seems for most.
Me personally, I get a lot of crap from black women when I date light (skinned/mixed) or white and its frustrating because I really don't have a preference on skin tone or ethnicity... it'd offensive because I have 28 female cousins, and I was raised by women of color and love and respect them.
If you are ghetto (that's hood or white trash) I don't want to speak to you period. that's really the only personality trait that will keep me from even having a dialog with you in the first place.