Would your answer have been the same if i asked "Is it racist to find white or light skin more beautiful than brown skin?"
Actually I misread the question so that I thought it was the other way around. But yes it would, the argument is symmetric. Though I'd be less enthusiastic for the second paragraph; it's apparently more acceptable to discriminate against whites than blacks. It's a common joke in my country to replace "BIPOC" with "white", or "women" with "men", or "LGBT" with "straight" in various hiring descriptions for a good laugh at the blatant "anti-discriminatory" discrimination.
"it's apparently more acceptable to discriminate against whites than blacks"-Only in Western countries. It's the straight opposite in Asian and Arab countries
I wasn't aware of that. How ironic that the majority group would be discriminated against in both the East and West.Frankly I'm a bit disturbed to see "as a fair Indian, I find that racist, it's equally wrong to call a fair person not as beuatiful as it is to a brown person" coming from people in the East. I had hoped you hadn't but it seems you've caught the same ideological diseases as we have, and that's probably the fault of the West.
Even though she is wrong, i can understand how she must be offended. When you're the beauty standard in a country and never faced discrimination, you would feel a little bit shocked when you see someone say that's not true
Yes, I see that too, but it doesn't matter how offended she is that people don't like her as much, she isn't entitled to change other people's opinions to fit to an equal standard.Equality is unnatural, it does not emerge in a free system, and so enforcing equality requires tyranny. Imposing equality on thoughts effectively means making people into a hivemind. No way should that be allowed.
True. I would say the girl in the pic called it racist cause she felt less desirable for a sec
True but not in all cases.
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true, most people don't understand this. they called it being racist.Are you white?
@hi8sm3 if anything I've never seen it be asked this way. many people have defended having a white only preference for so long, which is also ok but what isn't ok is shitting on people of colour or making derogatory statements about their features.
yep, that is just they being toxic sh8s
@hi8sm3 I personally am a white woman only attracted to darker skin tones eg African Pakistani Indian etc. can’t feel a deep attraction for any other appearance but I can definitely appreciate beauty in other races just don’t feel an attraction xHope this helps!
Thank you for your input.by the way, can we talk? you can follow me
Well you and that Dopayo racist kid are extremely rude and racist against white people.
@Alwayreckles93 It must have been really racist to say I was ignoring you.Keep working on those new and interesting definitions of racism. That's some good stuff, right there. And again, I won't block you. I am just going back to ignoring you.
You know Sir , At least Dopayo she is 16 still a kid I can understand her behavior her brain isn't fully developed yet she's still a baby. But you being a grown old ass man should be the mature one and knows better. You truly are a horrible role model example for Dopayo. What are you teaching Africa American kids that it's okay to be racist? I can see why Dopayo acts rude you are teaching that child to be racist.
Well, technically it is racist discrimination.If you prefer one attribute over another, and it's directly linked to race, then that's racial discrimination, even if you haven't chosen your preference. I wouldn't be surprised if this isn't brought up in the next 5 years, because logically it's much less of a reach than other less contentious claims of racism. The difference is that this claim would massively further violate your right to freedom of association; you would not be totally free to choose your wife/husband, so there's been a lot of hesitance to push this idea. But I imagine it will come eventually.
Thanks for like!