I’m black or brown, depending on who you ask, and I mainly date white guys.I have no idea why and it’s definitely not a conscious choice.
’ or ‘I don’t even see race, when we first met I didn’t even notice that you weren’t white! Whether you want to see him again depends entirely on whether he’s more attractive than he is annoying. The appropriation of black culture in the mainstream?It’s time to have an honest, open discussion about interracial relationships.No, I don’t mean gabbing about the latest drama between Olivia and Fitz.Adam also told me that he enjoyed watching and was allergic to dogs so to be fair to him, it was never going to work out between us, even before the racism. Is he allowed to say ‘I’m here with the black girl’? And maybe you don’t even identify as black, you haven’t discussed it yet. But is he supposed to feel guilty when you tell him about something racist or sexist that’s happened to you? How is he supposed to react when you refer to something as a ‘white boy’ thing? We’re lucky to live in the UK, where most people don’t have a problem with inter-racial relationships, and the minority that do are mostly too aloof to say so in public. I guess the lesson here is to have a more thorough screening process, maybe a set of questions that a guy has to answer via Whats App before you agree to go for a drink with him.