Every time there's a question on what type of girls a guy is attracted to I answer:
White, Asian, Latino, Arab or anyone else with light skin that has a height of at least 1.75 meters (5 feet 9 inches) but no more than 1.8 meters (5 feet 11 inches) with big boobs and big ass.
Suddenly a shit storm occurs. I get called racist because I like light skinned women and not dark skinned women. As if I'm supposed to find at least one Black woman attractive or I'm a racist. Well I don't, I've seen many Black women that have been considered attractive by others that just weren't doing it for me. I've never had an erection from a Black girl and I doubt I ever will, much as I'll never have an erection for a man.
I have nothing against Black people. As some of you may know I'm an egalitarian. So calling me a racist is extremely inaccurate.
Egalitarianism does not mean that I find women of all races equally attractive. No one does. Some prefer Whites, some prefer Asian and so on.
I've had girls tell me they're not into White guys and I didn't care I just moved on.
Why do Black girls care so much?
They can always find someone that finds them attractive. It's not like my opinion is a representation of an overwhelming majority and even if it was, shouldn't GAG hold opinions that aren't favourable so you can learn others perspectives?
Otherwise I feel like there's way too much positive reinforcement and not enough criticism which doesn't allow the person to grow. Instead they close themselves off with positivity because they can't handle negative views.
Most Helpful Girl
One reason I would day black women on this site who are sensitive to those comments are the ones that have hope of finding a white guy. And getting disapprove from one person can hurt because it could mean others feel the same way. I seen a asker ask earlier, why do guys feel the need to say they don't like black women even if that had nothing to do with the question? It isn't so much of you denying them but how you deny them. It is almost as if you are disgusted. This is all my opinion tho.
Quite frankly, I don't care. Good question.0
Most Helpful Guy
There is an atmosphere that surrounds a lot of black culture that tends to play within the field of victimhood, and it causes people who identify with that narrative to be very sensitive as a result.3