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Old 04-18-2018, 10:40 PM
 
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I would just not live in ATL then period...no matter what.

 
Old 04-18-2018, 10:53 PM
 
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Finally someone with maybe some sense.

Yup, I think it is tough to get white women in Atlanta compared to other cities, they seem a lot more defensive in Atlanta compared to white women elsewhere.
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And preference is not racism.

That being said, I think the OP will continue to have trouble with his preference in Atlanta.

Preference based on race is racism, brother-boy. Stop deflecting and making excuses for yourself.
 
Old 04-18-2018, 11:00 PM
 
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Preference based on race is racism, brother-boy. Stop deflecting and making excuses for yourself.
I'm not your brother nor a boy.

What excuses would I be looking to make in this instance?

What you think of me has literally zero affect on my self concept. You can call me or anyone else the grand dragon of the Klu Klux Klan as a rhetorical device and it will have zero affect. Everyone's world will keep spinning at exactly the same speed. Fine, according to you I'm racist. Now what?

Your tack has zero discernibly achievable goal.

Preference based on attraction is not racism.

Its also a personal choice that people will have zero ability to regulate for others now or in the future. Its a dead issue because you can't force anyone to have sex with anyone that they don't wish to. I'd save your powder for more realistic issues.

If you want to talk about personal preferences for attractiveness and beauty, then we are likely to get into some very uncomfortable territory and go way off base.

In addition, everyone's standards and preferences will be different and so there is nothing to debate.

Are you proposing that we chastise one another until we force the other to find something attractive that they currently don't? Good luck with that. Better start a new thread.
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