Generally I am more attracted to guys with a bit darker skin but its only a minor preference. I however find that generally guys who have darker skin have cultural differences that make a relationship with them more challenging as you are not on the same wavelength. For example, I'm a career woman and I've found that some guys I have dated of different races have not been overly fussed on my achievements but will typically ask questions about my domestic abilities and be disappoinyed if I tell them I can't cook their national cuisine (what do they think, that I went and learned to cook their national dish incase I went on a date with a guy of his nationality?). Of course this is just an example and doesn't apply to all guys of any specific nationality.
Darker skin does not mean not white. That study if it is the one I am finding on google only indicated that women prefer a slightly darker skin tone than the nordic women men love. The photographs they show as examples are white people with slightly darker skin tones. They did an online dating study which showed that white men get the most responses from all races of women save black women. Here is a link. www.npr.org/.../are-you-interested-dating-odds-favor-white-men-asian-women
I've noticed that I am certainly more attracted to darker men. When I say darker it could mean anywhere from Latino to African American skin color. I am bisexual though and oddly am only attracted to very pale women.
Uh well, you can't generalise all white girls like that, but for me personally I think 'tan' skin (on a not-white guy) is really attractive, along with dark eyes and dark hair and I know a lot of other (white) girls who like it too. I've honetly never met a girl who described her dream guy of having pale skin and blonde hair, but it doesn't mean they / I can't find it attractive.
I'm only into white men. My boyfriend is white. I answer anon because for stating this... I will be called a racist.
Not really. I don't care much for race though, I've liked various different hair and skin tones. Not a black one yet, because in my surroundings there aren't many of them.
Another study was done on smell. White people dislike the body odor of black people and like Asian and white, black people dislike the body odor of white people and like Asian and black and Asians like the smell of Asians. Conclusion: Asians on average smell the best.