Back in the 80's thru mid 90's, I was a young, fit man. Grew up in a small farm town in Michigan that was 90% white. Couldn't get a date because I was black. Fine. In college, there were more women to choose from obviously. But couldn't get a date with white women mostly because I was black. But black women rejected me with equal rudeness because I was considered "Not black enough"
Don't try to make sense out it. Trust me.
So now that it is the late 00's, I am wondering if race is still an issue. I chatted with a chinese women who has a mixed kid. She told me men in china will not date her because she ruined her chinese purity with an outsider. That's BS to me. But the question still remains. Be honest folks.
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yes, race is still an issue. but there are people fighting this issue. wanting equality for all races and I know when I'm old enough, I will have my voice heard. I can't stand to see one person being ignored beacuse he/she is not "black" enough or "white" enough or even "cool" enough. the white people think their more special cause they are from an older nation. they think that their better then everyone else and most of all blacks. that's BS.
racism is still an issue. most people think they are better then everyone else and their friends think so too. racism can't be beat when no one is willing to change.1