- Yes, everyone should have the right to hold racial preferences in dating which are based on racial prejudices and stereotypes
- No, everyone should not have the right to hold racial preferences in dating which are based on racial prejudices and stereotypes
Most Helpful Girl
Ultimately, no matter how much we dislike it, people are allowed to have preferences regardless of the reason. Is it right? Not necessarily, but would you want to be with somebody who had racial prejudice against you? We also can't remove somebody's basic human rights to pick a partner that they like, no matter how much we don't like their reasoning, they have to right to date who they choose and reject who they choose.
Most Helpful Guy
Your choices only represent two possibilities and there are others which do not involve prejudices or stereotypes. If a Caucasian man does not want to date an Oriental woman because he is not attracted to Oriental women, that doe not make him racist. That man is capable of treating Oriental women with dignity and respect and affording them equal rights. To conclude that a person is racist simply because they are not attracted to a particular race is an overuse of the term and it makes race relations more difficult; it is simply looking for an opportunity to play the race card.
If you are not attracted to fat girls, does that make you a weight bigot? If you are not attracted to short girls, does that make you a height bigot?