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    (Original post by sund1ata)
    They are THE SAME PERSON put through a computer graphics program!!!


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    (Original post by Old Skool Freak)
    Excuse me?!? I never said you had any kind of fetish, I asked a simple question.

    IMHO it seems unusual to do a complete 180 on a matter such as this, without there being some kind of trigger for it. You're right, you don't have to justify your exclusive attraction to white boys, but just remember, it was you who chose to join this thread and state that having once liked black guys and now you only like white boys. Note it's just not e a mere preferance you stated, but a 'sole' attraction (is any black/ non-white guy ever going to be good enough for you?). It would be different if you were never liked black guys in the first place,

    I can only speak for myself here, but as far as I'm concerned, you're free to have whatever "preference" you like. I only have a problem with it when people have a blanket ban on an entire race, because that's something no one has any control over (Oh and the fact that I despise any kind of racisim, as it's completly f**ked up my life). Especially as I believe a lot of these pre-conceptions of "X" race are both subtlely and blatanlty re-inforced by the media.

    If you read what I said, my post was directed at OP, not you. I only mentioned you in regard to not having to feel I have to justify my attraction to White boys. I've always liked White boys (reading must be hard you huh?) - I stated that in a past post. I've never really been attracted to Black boys, but felt ''propelled to''.

    If I never liked Black boys before, I most certainly don't now. Nothing triggered it per se, but how Black boys speak about Black females is disgusting to say the least. INB4 'not all Black boys are the same'. I'm simply not attracted to Black boys.

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    (Original post by Old Skool Freak)
    Excuse me?!? I never said you had any kind of fetish, I asked a simple question.

    IMHO it seems unusual to do a complete 180 on a matter such as this, without there being some kind of trigger for it. You're right, you don't have to justify your exclusive attraction to white boys, but just remember, it was you who chose to join this thread and state that having once liked black guys and now you only like white boys. Note it's just not e a mere preferance you stated, but a 'sole' attraction (is any black/ non-white guy ever going to be good enough for you?). It would be different if you were never liked black guys in the first place,

    I can only speak for myself here, but as far as I'm concerned, you're free to have whatever "preference" you like. I only have a problem with it when people have a blanket ban on an entire race, because that's something no one has any control over (Oh and the fact that I despise any kind of racisim, as it's completly f**ked up my life). Especially as I believe a lot of these pre-conceptions of "X" race are both subtlely and blatanlty re-inforced by the media.


    She reminds me of my sister when she was a toddler.

    She liked orange juice, and always had done, ...she was happy and content drinking orange juice.

    Then my parents introduced her to Five Alive.

    She soon developed a preference for Five Alive ...to the extent that she now refused to drink orange juice ..citing she she didn't like it, and there was xyz wrong with it..

    From then on ..she would not drink orange juice anymore.

    Same sorta thing happened to the OP, she liked black guys ....., was fine with black guys ....but then started considering white guys and developed a preference for them to the extent she claims she doesn't like black guys anymore

    If OP lived in a place with zero white guys [like the african bush] ..you can bet your salary that she would still be ok with black guys
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    (Original post by sund1ata)
    They are THE SAME PERSON put through a computer graphics program!!!
    Lol, we're all pink on the inside eh lol

    (Original post by ANM775)
    She reminds me of my sister when she was a toddler.

    She liked orange juice, and always had done, ...she was happy and content drinking orange juice.

    Then my parents introduced her to Five Alive.

    She soon developed a preference for Five Alive ...to the extent that she now refused to drink orange juice ..citing she she didn't like it, and there was xyz wrong with it..

    From then on ..she would not drink orange juice anymore.
    I like the analogy.

    I'm not sure it's the case for this poster... but I definitely think that's the case over much of the developing world.

    You go to a lot of African or Asian countries, the guys there are white girl mad... they're really obsessed with them... to the point it's downright unhealthy.

    For example, my brother is a Doctor in Ireland, and his hospital took on a male nurse from Nigeria* ... and the first question he asked my brother was "Are you married? Is your wife white?". Even 6 months down the line, he's still asking questions like "Are white girls easy?" and asks the other nurses (who are all either married or engaged) really innappropriate questions, and blatant perving / learing over them. At first, he was patient with him (where he is, there aren't many black faces) but he's getting more and more irritated by his behaviour and attitude... to the point he will now be very blunt with him if he ever steps out of line (he's also protective over the nurses as he's obviously known them for a long time etc.). Another case was a cousin of mine whois determined to get a white woman at any costs (honestly, it's really cringeworthy). I can't speak for the women, but I'm guessing there's a similar dynamic

    I wonder if this is a consequence of porn now only a mouse-click away and this has brainwashed people (as well as the whole imerialisim thing of course lol).

    * N.B. I'm not saying all Nigerians are like this, I'm just using this as an example to make my point.

    (Original post by ANM775)
    Same sorta thing happened to the OP, she liked black guys ....., was fine with black guys ....but then started considering white guys and developed a preference for them to the extent she claims she doesn't like black guys anymore

    If OP lived in a place with zero white guys [like the african bush] ..you can bet your salary that she would still be ok with black guys
    I think you mean MoniC255, not the OP

    Anyway, I asked for her reasons for her choices but she's not willing to explain herself... so we can only draw our own conclusions from that.

    I could have written a very lengthy reply picking up on many points she's made... but to be honest, I can't be bothered; because I don't think anything constructive is going to come out of it.

    I just find it dissapointing that society places so much bl**dy empahsis on skin colour (and that's your type) and it's one thing that one can change about yourself. You can choose to be a Goth/ Emo, chav, townie, a jock or even a geek (or whatever scene / culture you fancy), but you can't choose your skin colour. I'm sorry if that sounds like a chiche or PC bullsh1t, but it's how I feel on the matter.
 
 
 
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