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A recent study on racial preferences of online daters provides some interesting findings.

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Black people seem to be desperate to "race-mix". It is easier for them to do that, as opposed to actually building up their own race for a change.
How so? when you claim they are at the bottom of the food chain so to speak
When was the last time/how often do you have someone black trying to fk you?
Or are you basing this 'desperate' assumption on personal experience of you trying to fk blacks and succeeding?

More likely it is fantasy and you were rejected time and time again therefore you spew all this hate filled bullshit.

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And you're NOT helping either!
Do you mean' by not telling the truth?
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I am so tired of these questions. I hate that my children are being raised in a world like this. My 13 year old is in eighth grade at a school where she is a minority (she is white in a school that is 86% African American, 11% white, 3% Hispanic), She has her first boyfriend and is constantly harassed by other girls for having a black boyfriend. Why is race an issue? I just came here, to this forum, to get an understanding of why there is so much resistance on both sides for interracial relationships. These are just middle-school aged kids.

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I am so tired of these questions. I hate that my children are being raised in a world like this. My 13 year old is in eighth grade at a school where she is a minority (she is white in a school that is 86% African American, 11% white, 3% Hispanic), She has her first boyfriend and is constantly harassed by other girls for having a black boyfriend. Why is race an issue? I just came here, to this forum, to get an understanding of why there is so much resistance on both sides for interracial relationships. These are just middle-school aged kids.
it can be summed up in one word r-a-c-i-s-m and there is no understanding because it is a mental disorder.

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SSM mom wrote:
I am so tired of these questions. I hate that my children are being raised in a world like this. My 13 year old is in eighth grade at a school where she is a minority (she is white in a school that is 86% African American, 11% white, 3% Hispanic), She has her first boyfriend and is constantly harassed by other girls for having a black boyfriend. Why is race an issue? I just came here, to this forum, to get an understanding of why there is so much resistance on both sides for interracial relationships. These are just middle-school aged kids.
Stay strong and raise your kid right. You have the right questions and the proper concerns. There are racists on every side of the fence. The best we can do is shout them down with our actions when they open their ugly mouths.

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Do you mean' by not telling the truth?
Yes! That and supporting the misanthropic propaganda of a highly deluded individual...People are people, period!

It matters not an individuals' demographical, hierarchical, geological, or genealogical orientation as we are all people with the ONLY byproduct of our sexual procreation with one another being the generation of MORE people, fueling the continued proliferation of the Human species, PERIOD!

ANYONE propagating an ideology differing from the FACTS of our inherently shared Humanity is engaging in little more than race-baiting small mindedness and the perpetration of hatred.

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SSM mom wrote:
I am so tired of these questions. I hate that my children are being raised in a world like this. My 13 year old is in eighth grade at a school where she is a minority (she is white in a school that is 86% African American, 11% white, 3% Hispanic), She has her first boyfriend and is constantly harassed by other girls for having a black boyfriend. Why is race an issue? I just came here, to this forum, to get an understanding of why there is so much resistance on both sides for interracial relationships. These are just middle-school aged kids.
It is due to, IMHO, a form of neuro-linguistic, sociological conditioning of contrived hatred through the artifice of encouraged divisiveness over such trivialities as ones' demographical, heretical genealogical charateristic as a means of concealing the irrefutable fact that we are all, despite the color of our skin, the texture of our hair, or the language we speak, people, by promoting an "us versus them" mentality.

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Yes! That and supporting the misanthropic propaganda of a highly deluded individual...People are people, period!
It matters not an individuals' demographical, hierarchical, geological, or genealogical orientation as we are all people with the ONLY byproduct of our sexual procreation with one another being the generation of MORE people, fueling the continued proliferation of the Human species, PERIOD!
ANYONE propagating an ideology differing from the FACTS of our inherently shared Humanity is engaging in little more than race-baiting small mindedness and the perpetration of hatred.
What ever that is'' we are programmed by nature to reproduce our selves and our genetic make-up and everyone seems to under stand this except for American Negros.

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What ever that is'' we are programmed by nature to reproduce our selves and our genetic make-up and everyone seems to under stand this except for American Negros.
From personal experience I do not believe that reality proves out your theory as I know quite a few interracial couples that are composed of American Negroes, as well as Haitian, Cuban, Jamaican, Egyptian, etc., so it's likely really a matter of the individuals' intellectual/sociological disposition than it is anything else.

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What ever that is'' we are programmed by nature to reproduce our selves and our genetic make-up and everyone seems to under stand this except for American Negros.
Oh, and what I'm getting at is people either allowing themselves to be conditioned/conditioning themselves to perpetuate the racist-derived propaganda that some people are, somehow, different from other people merely because of the color of their skin.

As though the colors "black", "red", "brown", "yellow", "white", etc., were actual classifications for types of people when, in actuality, we are ALL people regardless of whatever our skin tone/pigmentation might be, and either allowing ourselves to be defined as, or allowing others to define us by, a mere color does little but lend credibility to such derogatory stereotyping and encourages others to do the same, thereby perpetuating the fallacy.

We do not live in a world of crayons, we live in a world of PEOPLE!

And people ARE people no matter the color of their skin.

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it can be summed up in one word r-a-c-i-s-m and there is no understanding because it is a mental disorder.
It worked for Obama.
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Oh, and what I'm getting at is people either allowing themselves to be conditioned/conditioning themselves to perpetuate the racist-derived propaganda that some people are, somehow, different from other people merely because of the color of their skin.
As though the colors "black", "red", "brown", "yellow", "white", etc., were actual classifications for types of people when, in actuality, we are ALL people regardless of whatever our skin tone/pigmentation might be, and either allowing ourselves to be defined as, or allowing others to define us by, a mere color does little but lend credibility to such derogatory stereotyping and encourages others to do the same, thereby perpetuating the fallacy.
We do not live in a world of crayons, we live in a world of PEOPLE!
And people ARE people no matter the color of their skin.
Why can't you just accept that most people are going to be attracted to someone who shares the same skin pigmentation? Why do constantly have to be a know-it-all pompous ass who uses words containing more than 1 syllable to make to make your self seem more intelligent than the rest of us. Are you trying to justify being in an interracial relationship.

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<quoted text> Why can't you just accept that most people are going to be attracted to someone who shares the same skin pigmentation? Why do constantly have to be a know-it-all pompous ass who uses words containing more than 1 syllable to make to make your self seem more intelligent than the rest of us. Are you trying to justify being in an interracial relationship.
I DO accept that people are attracted to to whomever they are attracted to, which is mostly my point anyway...Yet this wasn't a discussion about attraction, this was a discussion about whether or not there was anything "wrong with mixing (race)", anything "wrong" with being attracted to someone other than one "who shares the same skin pigmentation", with it being my position that there isn't.

Now I'd apologize for your being intimidated by my intellect, but that's not really my problem, is it? It's YOURS!

Be that as it may you still shouldn't be put off by my education as you yourself could, if you only applied yourself, acquire an education as well and then be able to forward your own substantive, logical arguments based on fact rather than speculation, supposition and, in particular, ignorance, in support of your own opinions.

But then that's the underlying thematic, isn't it?'Ignorance' I mean, because if a great many people weren't 'ignorant' of the facts, there wouldn't be a need for conversations of this nature, now would there?!

Go to school...Study...HARD...And get educated, then you couldn't be made to feel intellectually inferior...Inadequacy overcome, problem solved.

It's all up to you...Your choice to make.

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Oh, and what I'm getting at is people either allowing themselves to be conditioned/conditioning themselves to perpetuate the racist-derived propaganda that some people are, somehow, different from other people merely because of the color of their skin.
As though the colors "black", "red", "brown", "yellow", "white", etc., were actual classifications for types of people when, in actuality, we are ALL people regardless of whatever our skin tone/pigmentation might be, and either allowing ourselves to be defined as, or allowing others to define us by, a mere color does little but lend credibility to such derogatory stereotyping and encourages others to do the same, thereby perpetuating the fallacy.
We do not live in a world of crayons, we live in a world of PEOPLE!
And people ARE people no matter the color of their skin.
Are we in two different worlds here? as far as this planet goes' everything in this country is based on skin color,and different classifications of people' to me what you are saying sounds like pure foolishness i do not know what part of the world you live in but in this Country of white racism you've certainly must have missed something.

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Are we in two different worlds here? as far as this planet goes' everything in this country is based on skin color,and different classifications of people' to me what you are saying sounds like pure foolishness i do not know what part of the world you live in but in this Country of white racism you've certainly must have missed something.
No, I don't miss much if anything at all, however, I also do not allow the opinions of others to affect or influence how I chose to live my own life as the path I travel along through this life is one that I, and I alone, have freely chosen to walk.

For example, some people like Jazz while others like Rock...Should either prevent me from liking the Blues? Much the same is the case with some people being ignorant of the facts while others are enlightened.

We each have the choice of being whomever we prefer to be despite whatever sociological or cultural leveraging that might desire to work within our spheres of influence to the contrary, each with our own likes and dislikes, as we are all individuals and empowered to be the person whom we chose to be.

BE the change you wish to see in the World.
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I DO accept that people are attracted to to whomever they are attracted to, which is mostly my point anyway...Yet this wasn't a discussion about attraction, this was a discussion about whether or not there was anything "wrong with mixing (race)", anything "wrong" with being attracted to someone other than one "who shares the same skin pigmentation", with it being my position that there isn't.
Now I'd apologize for your being intimidated by my intellect, but that's not really my problem, is it? It's YOURS!
Be that as it may you still shouldn't be put off by my education as you yourself could, if you only applied yourself, acquire an education as well and then be able to forward your own substantive, logical arguments based on fact rather than speculation, supposition and, in particular, ignorance, in support of your own opinions.
But then that's the underlying thematic, isn't it?'Ignorance' I mean, because if a great many people weren't 'ignorant' of the facts, there wouldn't be a need for conversations of this nature, now would there?!
Go to school...Study...HARD...And get educated, then you couldn't be made to feel intellectually inferior...Inadequacy overcome, problem solved.
It's all up to you...Your choice to make.
I don't feel inferior. I respect and value what you have to post, but it's like you're not willing to listen to the opinions of others.

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<quoted text> I don't feel inferior. I respect and value what you have to post, but it's like you're not willing to listen to the opinions of others.
If I had no interest in being willing to listen to you, or others here, I wouldn't be able to address each and every point of contention you raise in your replies and, subsequently, dismiss them as inconsequential or irrelevant or baseless, as I have been.

Albeit, I wouldn't even bother troubling myself with visiting a socially interactive website and spending some of my time both reading and replying to the input of others.

I listen to everyone I respond to and attempt to objectively comprehend the issues they present from their perspective, which I then use to formulate my responses in a context that they will be able to understand/relate to in order to provide you with a differing perspective that might serve to provide you with a bit more enlightenment on a subject which you seem to/might be a bit misinformed on.

However, if ever there is something that I might say that you do not understand or some ideology that I might forward that you do not agree with, merely ask for additional clarification/for me to explain my position further and, hopefully, I'll be able to manage to do so in a context that you will be able to comprehend or, at the very least, discern the logic of.

That is one of the reasons why I've chosen to participate in online blogging sites...So that I can get to understand others' perspectives/views on the World and, hopefully, help you to understand mine and, best case scenario, we can all come to a mutually acceptable rationale that will serve to move us forward in our desires to ascend our understanding of our place(s) in the World and the often imperceptible, yet very real, ties we have to one another.

Worse case scenario? Encouraging others to engage in constructive debate on issues relevant to all of us in some form or another.

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No, I don't miss much if anything at all, however, I also do not allow the opinions of others to affect or influence how I chose to live my own life as the path I travel along through this life is one that I, and I alone, have freely chosen to walk.
For example, some people like Jazz while others like Rock...Should either prevent me from liking the Blues? Much the same is the case with some people being ignorant of the facts while others are enlightened.
We each have the choice of being whomever we prefer to be despite whatever sociological or cultural leveraging that might desire to work within our spheres of influence to the contrary, each with our own likes and dislikes, as we are all individuals and empowered to be the person whom we chose to be.
BE the change you wish to see in the World.
And you have that right just as much as i do or any one else, but i simply do not agree that you are entirely on point sir! every thing as far as humanity is concerned is broken down by social economics ethnicity and racism'

That is not to say that an individual cannot seek out his or her own personnel fulfillment but to me that is a very small part' of a very big picture.

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And you have that right just as much as i do or any one else, but i simply do not agree that you are entirely on point sir! every thing as far as humanity is concerned is broken down by social economics ethnicity and racism'
That is not to say that an individual cannot seek out his or her own personnel fulfillment but to me that is a very small part' of a very big picture.
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And you have that right just as much as i do or any one else, but i simply do not agree that you are entirely on point sir! every thing as far as humanity is concerned is broken down by social economics ethnicity and racism'
I am not saying that that isn't the way that it has been, I am only saying that that ISN'T the way that it SHOULD be and have given the reasons why in hopes that anyone else of at least reasonable intellect/cognitive rationale will be able to discern the irrefutably logical basis of the premise the same as have I, afterall, are we not ALL people?

You see, it is my opinion that there is no need for these various forms of what can only be termed as culturally conditioned divisiveness, a practiced culture of hatred if you will, born from ignorance that can be, IMHO, easily quashed with just a little education.
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That is not to say that an individual cannot seek out his or her own personnel fulfillment but to me that is a very small part' of a very big picture.
Does that mean that we should try any less to bring about the change we know needs to be seen in the World, or more?

Progress isn't always made in leaps and bounds...Sometimes it comes at a much slower pace, with one plodding step after the other, and sometimes even hindered by adherents to a long antiquated ideology who are dependent upon it to further their cause of continuing a contrived divisiveness by generating manufactured animosity over trivialities, inconsequential nuances and fallacies.

My point is who are WE to play into THEIR artificial puppet menagerie by allowing them to define us as who THEY want us to be instead of who WE actually ARE? Are we really willing or deservant of being only someone's puppet to push their propaganda? Of being less than the all that any one of us either already are, or could be, if we only applied ourselves and ignored those that would seek to oppress us and prevent us from achieving our true potential by affixing fabricated, trumped up labels?

You speak of "a very big picture", well, I think that you need to reverse your perspective from the micro to that of the macro and, instead of seeing yourself as the minority, begin to see yourself as the majority, which is what the general public-at-large is, and not the minority which is ever increasingly becoming the role of racists, bullies, haters, tyrants and elitists/classists, afterall, that's not how you see yourself or prefer for yourself to be seen, is it?

And maybe, just maybe, if you stop seeing yourself as 'less than' and instead see yourself as 'equal to', others might begin to do the same as well?!

I mean, I happen to know of quite a few doctors, lawyers, CEO's, bank managers, surgeons, astronauts, physicists, astrophysicists, scientists, etc., etc., and yes, musicians, singers and athletes, and even one guy who just so happens to be the sitting President of these United States...In his SECOND term no less!

Do you honestly believe that ANY of them allowed themselves to be defined as the person they would be in Life only by the color of their skin? Do you really believe that 'color' is what defines YOU? If so, perhaps you need to expand your palette of Reality?

If any of what I've said makes any sense to you/can be perceived as the truth that it is, then should that not encourage you to be the engine for the change you wish to see in the World instead of just another proliferator of the stereotype? Should you not be able to see that there is a lot more to you and the World than "economics, ethnicity and[/or] racism"?

Sure, this is all only a perspective, only a point of view, though shouldn't we be prompted to change our points of view when presented with factual data/rationale that contradicts our preconceived notions of how the World is/has been presented to us?

Shouldn't we ever strive to find the better parts of ourselves and be that?!

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