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But I’m going to chalk that up to her not having any experience when it comes to interracial dating, as she’s previously stated."While some saw Dean's comment simply a bad joke, others saw it as an example of racial fetishism."On an individual level, a person can’t really control who turns them on — and almost everyone has a 'type,' one way or another.
But I do think the — that fact that race is a sexual factor for so many individuals, and in such a consistent way — says something about race’s role in our society," according to an OKCupid blog from September 2014."It’s well documented that Black women suffered horrendous sexual crimes at the hands of colonial and slave masters as Black women were often merely regarded, by their oppressors, as objects of sexual gratification," Mwaturura wrote in "'I Have A Thing For Black Girls': The Fine Line Between Being Adored And Racially Festishized," in October 2015.
What if their constantly going on bad dates and are starting to lose hope? You don’t want to date coworkers and I’m sure we all have our fair share of stories of dating that one mutual friend that didn’t work out.
But that doesn't mean others aren't having a discussion about race because of the awkward moment, which can hopefully result in more openness about talks of interracial relationships.
Though Lindsay's "The Bachelorette" series doesn't premiere until May 22, the producers mixed things up when they introduced her to four of her suitors right there on the show."I’m hoping that as a black 'Bachelorette' you’re going to get to see a more diverse cast, a cast that’s reflective of what America looks like," Lindsay told The Hollywood Reporter on March 7, "and not just 'Bachelor Nation' or whatever else, but what America looks like."One of her suitors, a white man named Dean, tried to woo Lindsay with the line, "I’m ready to go black and I’m never going to go back."Lindsay took it in stride, laughing, but Twitter thought the moment was "cringe worthy" — deeming the encounter as racial fetishism, which is "loosely defined as having an unnatural preoccupation or obsession with cultural and/or physical characteristics of a race other than one’s own," according to The Root."As a black woman who has dated interracially for the majority of her life, I have been fortunate enough not to come across men who fetishize black women by saying stupid shit like Dean.
Seriously, the moment was cringeworthy to me, but to Rachel not so much, as she laughed it off and thought it was cute.
Here are some dating taboos you should get rid of.1 Oh! Instead of checking on a man’s height, you should pay more attention to his health, persona, education and wit.
Of course you can go for more superficial qualities like good looks and vitality (yes for those naughty times), but making decisions based on a man’s height is not just worth it.2 I should never be the one taking the initiative.