Which Ethnicity to you prefer? Why?

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    May 01, 2011 5:16 AM GMT
    On the many different social sites I've been to on the net, I notice a lot of people put a preference to what ethnicity they are interested in. I know some ethnicities are mentioned way more than others, but I want to know "Which ethnicity do you prefer, and why?

    I am open to all, no preference on my part. I believe a good guy comes in many shapes, and many shades of color.
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    May 01, 2011 5:19 AM GMT
    White and anyone who tells you otherwise is in denial.
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    May 01, 2011 5:32 AM GMT
    I don't care about a difference in skin pigmentation.

    If I had to choose though, I would choose white. They're the most likely to fit in with my cultural traditions and beliefs.
    Aside from that, think about it. Who do many Asians want to date? White men. Who do many black people want to date? White men.

    White people are in power regardless of racism being an issue or not. That's just how society has evolved and there's not much that can be done to change it anytime soon.
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    May 01, 2011 5:36 AM GMT
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    May 01, 2011 5:37 AM GMT
    Anduru saidI don't care about a difference in skin pigmentation.

    If I had to choose though, I would choose white. They're the most likely to fit in with my cultural traditions and beliefs.
    Aside from that, think about it. Who do many Asians want to date? White men. Who do many black people want to date? White men.

    White people are in power regardless of racism being an issue or not. That's just how society has evolved and there's not much that can be done to change it anytime soon.


    WHITE POWER!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Anduru saidI don't care about a difference in skin pigmentation.

    If I had to choose though, I would choose white. They're the most likely to fit in with my cultural traditions and beliefs.
    Aside from that, think about it. Who do many Asians want to date? White men. Who do many black people want to date? White men.

    White people are in power regardless of racism being an issue or not. That's just how society has evolved and there's not much that can be done to change it anytime soon.


    WHITE POWER!!!!!!!!!!!


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    May 01, 2011 5:41 AM GMT
    ^Amazing
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    May 01, 2011 5:50 AM GMT
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    May 01, 2011 5:53 AM GMT
    I prefer Cybermen--

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    May 01, 2011 5:55 AM GMT
    deanaane saidI prefer Cybermen--

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    But what about gold cybermen?
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    May 01, 2011 8:52 AM GMT
    If you prefer one ethnicity consistently over another, you're a racist. That may not be your fault but that doesn't mean you should just accept it. When I was little I would spend summers with my aunt and uncle who weren't huge fans of white people (their father had been burned alive in texas over a land dispute when they were children.) They would tell me stories about them and didn't believe that white people had souls. As a result, I wasn't ever attracted to them until about a year ago As far as physical attractiveness goes. If a white guy talked to me I might be engaged but definitely not on a physical level. In fact, when I first came out, I had

    "Not really physically attracted to white guys but would love to be friends with some."

    on my profile. This surprised a lot of people and at a certain point I was getting more mail about my aversion to white men than anything else. About a year ago I realized that I was rejecting guys who could have been totally cool simply because I had been systematically taught to find them unattractive. I began to work on deprogramming myself and becoming more inclusive in my personal definition of beauty. At this point I can say that there are white men on rj and irl that I am physically attracted too but I had to work very hard to get here. What happened to me is simply the inverse of what happens to a lot of people who are taught to put white people on a pedestal.

    I look at all of these minority guys who are clamoring to date white men and sometimes I'm greatful for being programmed to not be so into them (at least initially) because it insulated me from a lot of the sufferring experienced by gay men of color trying to measure up to the standard of whiteness here. The gay community has a long way to go in terms of racism. I had no idea when I came out that it would be like this. Lesbians are much further along than we are, and straight people are much further along than we are. If you have an aversion to a specific race (and I speak from experience) you have been programmed to think that way. Whether or not you chooses to accept that or fight against it is on you, but pretending "it's just a preference" that fell out of the sky is bullshit.

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    May 01, 2011 9:18 AM GMT
    also, Race and ethnicity are not the same.
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    May 01, 2011 10:06 AM GMT
    GentleONE81 said"Which ethnicity do you prefer, and why?


    I've already made a thread similar to this...if you're wanting to know if the answer is Black, don't be surprised.

    Most guys in the gay community are for the record, White. Gay people are also fairly prejudice when it comes to race as well. So therefore generally the popular vote goes to, well guess who. I have noticed that in cities across the country. One reason I don't participate in 'strip off contests' in gay bars (in addition I don't believe in giving free shows) is because I have noticed that no matter how good the other contestants may be, the crowd feels rightfully justified to choose the majority. The majority being who? You guessed it.

    However, the replies people will give in this thread and what people will tell you is not entirely accurate. Case in point: I went to a house party the other day, all White guys and me and 1 other Black guy. The amount of attention I was getting was overwhelming. It was just too much, but I was loving it because I have progressed more than I have realized. Matter of fact, the other guy didn't seem to be lacking either. I was the center of attention about 3 times that night. They were into my body, they liked my look...and they all wanted to fuck me. I drew them in with my personality which was icing on the cake to make me ear-re-sistable.

    Moral of the story: Who cares what they prefer. Desires can be changed. Once people realize that White guys or Hispanic guys or Black guys or whoever is not the only type in their 'realm' who can possess attributes of amazing qualities, then they go after them.

    Unfortunately, some people have lived in a bubble...the only thing they know is. Or what they have seen in other said race is all they know. And then they think they have it all figured out. But then they go to Atlanta or D.C., or they meet a guy from Puerto Rico, and see how fine the guys in Seattle are and think...wait, this is completely different than how I thought this particular race of person is! They realize not all Black people have body odor, that not all Latinos are Mexican, and that not all White guys have small dicks.

    People who never been outside their 'realm' are just ignant....

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    May 01, 2011 10:47 AM GMT
    Breathing. I prefer the ethnicity that is breathing. Hotness is hotness. Trust me on this one.

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    May 01, 2011 1:34 PM GMT
    dekiruman saidIf you prefer one ethnicity consistently over another, you're a racist. That may not be your fault but that doesn't mean you should just accept it. When I was little I would spend summers with my aunt and uncle who weren't huge fans of white people (their father had been burned alive in texas over a land dispute when they were children.) They would tell me stories about them and didn't believe that white people had souls. As a result, I wasn't ever attracted to them until about a year ago As far as physical attractiveness goes. If a white guy talked to me I might be engaged but definitely not on a physical level. In fact, when I first came out, I had

    "Not really physically attracted to white guys but would love to be friends with some."

    on my profile. This surprised a lot of people and at a certain point I was getting more mail about my aversion to white men than anything else. About a year ago I realized that I was rejecting guys who could have been totally cool simply because I had been systematically taught to find them unattractive. I began to work on deprogramming myself and becoming more inclusive in my personal definition of beauty. At this point I can say that there are white men on rj and irl that I am physically attracted too but I had to work very hard to get here. What happened to me is simply the inverse of what happens to a lot of people who are taught to put white people on a pedestal.

    I look at all of these minority guys who are clamoring to date white men and sometimes I'm greatful for being programmed to not be so into them (at least initially) because it insulated me from a lot of the sufferring experienced by gay men of color trying to measure up to the standard of whiteness here. The gay community has a long way to go in terms of racism. I had no idea when I came out that it would be like this. Lesbians are much further along than we are, and straight people are much further along than we are. If you have an aversion to a specific race (and I speak from experience) you have been programmed to think that way. Whether or not you chooses to accept that or fight against it is on you, but pretending "it's just a preference" that fell out of the sky is bullshit.




    THIS.
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    May 01, 2011 3:13 PM GMT
    Sane and Sexy
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    May 01, 2011 3:19 PM GMT
    Peculiar topic, lol. Do you mean would I prefer a Castillian over a Czech? (both white)

    A Gurage over a Berber? (both darker skinned, although Berbers have a wide range of skin tones)

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    May 01, 2011 8:38 PM GMT
    dekiruman saidIf you prefer one ethnicity consistently over another, you're a racist. That may not be your fault but that doesn't mean you should just accept it. When I was little I would spend summers with my aunt and uncle who weren't huge fans of white people (their father had been burned alive in texas over a land dispute when they were children.) They would tell me stories about them and didn't believe that white people had souls. As a result, I wasn't ever attracted to them until about a year ago As far as physical attractiveness goes. If a white guy talked to me I might be engaged but definitely not on a physical level. In fact, when I first came out, I had

    "Not really physically attracted to white guys but would love to be friends with some."

    on my profile. This surprised a lot of people and at a certain point I was getting more mail about my aversion to white men than anything else. About a year ago I realized that I was rejecting guys who could have been totally cool simply because I had been systematically taught to find them unattractive. I began to work on deprogramming myself and becoming more inclusive in my personal definition of beauty. At this point I can say that there are white men on rj and irl that I am physically attracted too but I had to work very hard to get here. What happened to me is simply the inverse of what happens to a lot of people who are taught to put white people on a pedestal.

    I look at all of these minority guys who are clamoring to date white men and sometimes I'm greatful for being programmed to not be so into them (at least initially) because it insulated me from a lot of the sufferring experienced by gay men of color trying to measure up to the standard of whiteness here. The gay community has a long way to go in terms of racism. I had no idea when I came out that it would be like this. Lesbians are much further along than we are, and straight people are much further along than we are. If you have an aversion to a specific race (and I speak from experience) you have been programmed to think that way. Whether or not you chooses to accept that or fight against it is on you, but pretending "it's just a preference" that fell out of the sky is bullshit.



    ^This. Such truth you speak, I totally agree with you
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    May 03, 2011 5:27 AM GMT
    wowgamer92 saidWhite and anyone who tells you otherwise is in denial.


    I prefer a middle eastern ethnicity. So, your generalization about how everyone prefers white just went down the drain.

    moron.
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    May 03, 2011 7:50 AM GMT
    Blue men. If your skin isn't blue, don't bother.
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    May 03, 2011 8:29 AM GMT
    chrixx saidBlue men. If your skin isn't blue, don't bother.


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    May 03, 2011 8:37 AM GMT
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    May 03, 2011 2:53 PM GMT
    I don't have a preference. I have dated some of the ethnic groups mentioned here on this tread and some that have not. For me it's about the chemistry between two men.

    Ya, I know it sounds boring and it may look to be "PC" to someone that doesn't know me, but I look beyond the skin pigmentation. If there's one thing I've learned, it's "don't judge a book by it's cover". Yes, it's and old saying but more often then not it's true.

    I'm concerned with the power to move me emotionally, sexually, physically, culturally and spiritually, and not necessarily in that order. I welcome that from any man. Be they black, brown, white, and all shades in between. PEACE.



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    May 03, 2011 7:37 PM GMT
    CA_DREAMER saidI don't have a preference. I have dated some of the ethnic groups mentioned here on this tread and some that have not. For me it's about the chemistry between two men.

    Ya, I know it sounds boring and it may look to be "PC" to someone that doesn't know me, but I look beyond the skin pigmentation. If there's one thing I've learned, it's "don't judge a book by it's cover". Yes, it's and old saying but more often then not it's true.

    I'm concerned with the power to move me emotionally, sexually, physically, culturally and spiritually, and not necessarily in that order. I welcome that from any man. Be they black, brown, white, and all shades in between. PEACE.





    I like your response, and that is an oldie but goodie saying LOL. That can never really be old, cause it is always relevant.
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    May 04, 2011 1:04 AM GMT
    wowgamer92 saidWhite and anyone who tells you otherwise is in denial.


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    Never go full retard.