So like I said in my question- black girls aren't my preference. I don't know why this is the case, it just is. Same reason why I'm not automatically attracted to brunettes I suppose.
That's not to say I can't be, it's just rare.
There's this amazing girl at work who is stunning, and a great personality... but she's taken!
Anyway, this girl I know... we are quite similar in a way, and I can see us really getting on and having a laugh.
She's funny, infectious personality, and cute... but I'm just not attracted to her at all.
In fact it's really frustrating me, as I want to be attracted to her. But there's nothing that's pulling me.
Would it be healthy to ask her out, without having any attraction? Will that come in due course? Or is it pointless dating someone, having a relationship with someone... but not having the attraction/or forcing attraction?
The girl I'm thinking about asking out, she's an entirely different girl, not the girl from work.
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Sounds like you aren't being truthful with yourself. You're saying you're not attracted to her but you still want to be around her. Sir you're attracted to her by definition you just don't think she's conventionally attractive so you're telling yourself on one hand she's not your type but on the other hand your beating yourself up for not being attracted to her. I say go for it guy.1