For example if I only wanted to date white guys does that make me a racist?
- I'm White --- Yes, it's racistVote A
- I'm White --- No, it's not racistVote B
- I'm Black --- Yes, it's racistVote C
- I'm Black --- No, it's not racistVote D
- I'm Asian/Other --- Yes, it's racistVote E
- I'm Asian/Other --- No, it's not racistVote F
- Not sureVote G
Most Helpful Guy
If someone only wants to date within their own race, it COULD be racist. But it would only be racist if the reasons fit the definition of racist. Being a racist requires that someone show prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism against someone of a different race based on the belief that one's own race is superior. So, if I only dated white women because I believed they were the superior race, that would be me racist. But, if I only dated white women because I was not attracted to black women, that would not make me a racist. We like what we like and we cannot invent chemistry. I've done relationship coaching for 10+ years and these are realities. No different from someone saying they are not attracted to short men or obese women.
Personally, I have dated all races but that is me.1
Most Helpful Girl
I see it as weird. Why isolate yourself from all the fine people of the world? All those fine fine human beings, my sexual desire doesn't stop just because someone isn't the same as me. And it's not like I'm from some different world with customs so strict and different, I can't share a life with someone who was raised in a different type of upbringing. Plus, my mama always embraced the fineness of men from different ethnicities, so, I grew up embracing it too. "mom fawns over the rock... mom fawns over Vin Diesal... mom fawns over everyone XD"
Disclaimer: some cultural differences are too much esp. if our ideas on gender roles are different ex) he expects me to not have a job but he's can't get a good job, so we're just struggling, lookin dusty and sad and he's stressed and I'm like, dude, let me work1