I don't. I have something of a Caribbean bias, as someone with Jamaican heritage, being with someone of Caribbean heritage would add a lot of connection and flavour to things. That isn't a racial preference though, as idc if they are black, Hispanic, mixed or whatever Caribbean or whether they're English, French or Spanish speaking.
I find all race of women equally attractive, they're all hot.
Q2: When someone says they don't find ANY of the girls/guys of a race attractive, do you seem them as having a racist undertone? I do, as every single race will have handsome men and beautiful women without failure, not to mention every race will have great characters. It is mad they shut people out..
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I don't really view race as an issue in who I'm interested in dating. Extreme religious/cultural differences, maybe, but not so much race alone.
As for my racial preference, I'm really into brown guys as well as Asians. There are a lot of both around where I live so I suppose that could be a factor as to why, but I also just enjoy dating someone who can always bring something different to the table in terms of appearance and behaviours.
I don't think having racial preferences is racist, as long as you don't say you like one race over the others because it is superior or better purely due to specific racial attributes. That's like saying you like blondes over black-haired women is prejudiced, which it certainly isn't. Attraction is largely based on physical appearance, and I think it's pretty hard to deny that most races differ quite a bit in that respect. & When it comes to serious dating, cultural/religious differences are also closely linked to race.1
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