When u look at someone, do u see their race before u see him as a person or another human being or can u truly say ur color-blind?.....

  • TannerMasseur

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    Jun 08, 2013 1:32 PM GMT
    Does race play a part off the bat when u first meet someone whether u want to get to know him intimately or not? When u look thru RJ pics of someone new, do u go down the list & selectively pick whoever catches ur eye or those that fit ur prerequisites in ur head that everyone has: heightism, ageism, sizism, fitism, adonism.....? "An absolute yes to that one" but "never in a million years to that one!" Or do u give everyone a chance, equal opportunity, until they prove themselves dislikable? Do u try to be color-blind or blind when it comes to looks or the size of their wallet? Or are u as superficial as the next guy & stick to what u like, those who are similar in features to u? Birds of a feather or all-inclusive?.....
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    Jun 08, 2013 1:56 PM GMT
    First I see their race, then their gender, then their level of attractiveness, then their bedroom, then their smokin body, then their hung dick, then their wad of cum.

    ...in that order.
  • TannerMasseur

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    Jun 08, 2013 2:04 PM GMT
    U can be any race or age as long as ur hot icon_smile.gif Bodybuilders always catch my eye. My RJ hotlist is a good gage of the types of guys I like.
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    Jun 08, 2013 4:28 PM GMT
    On RJ, I try to read through someones profile before looking at their pics. I'll talk to anyone.

    In real-life, I try to be open to anyone, but I'm extremely introverted, so it's not as easy.

    I never consider "dating" or "I'd hit that" when I see someone. I just want to learn their story, more about them.
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    Jun 08, 2013 4:39 PM GMT
    Depends on their ass...

    ...and fitness level.

    Though I probably have a slight leaning toward Asian and Latino guys, I've enjoyed men of every shade and tone frome the blondest white to bronzed brown to deepest black. I likes them all. icon_smile.gif

    Hotness is hotness... and that comes well before race in my book - and before I even think about race or ethnicity I will spend a few minutes to see if I'm dealing with a douchebag or not.
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    Jun 08, 2013 4:52 PM GMT
    No, i never turn anyone down or cross them out as an option because of their race, I first judge by how attractive i find them and all races can be attractive
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    Jun 08, 2013 4:53 PM GMT
    Hotness trumps all other factors.
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    Jun 08, 2013 5:03 PM GMT
    Regardless of the criteria I set up(mostly subconscious) when it comes to wanting to get to know someone intimately , I've found that it often doesn't matter once I get to know them.

    So I initially might think a guy is unattractive or too short sometimes but after getting to know the person, the way I view them changes. So yes, everyone has equal chance whether I like it or not - as long we're compatible mentally and emotionally they should.
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    Jun 08, 2013 5:08 PM GMT
    Of course I see a person's race before their entirety as a person because it is simply faster/easier to comprehend. I don't really like it when people say they are color blind to a person's race. It comes off as a refusal of a person's race like this.
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    In my opinion, race should be celebrated. Besides, there are hot dudes from every race.
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    Jun 08, 2013 5:08 PM GMT
    AlphaTrigger saidDepends on their ass...

    ...and fitness level.

    Though I probably have a slight leaning toward Asian and Latino guys, I've enjoyed men of every shade and tone frome the blondest white to bronzed brown to deepest black. I likes them all. icon_smile.gif

    Hotness is hotness... and that comes well before race in my book - and before I even think about race or ethnicity I will spend a few minutes to see if I'm dealing with a douchebag or not.


    Ur criteria is very healthy icon_smile.gif
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    Jun 08, 2013 5:18 PM GMT
    Dahas saidOf course I see a person's race before their entirety as a person because it is simply faster/easier to comprehend. I don't really like it when people say they are color blind to a person's race. It comes off as a refusal of a person's race like this.
    h074792FC

    In my opinion, race should be celebrated. Besides, there are hot dudes from every race.


    Always thought one of the cutesy rides in DisneyWorld is It's A Small World After All ride icon_smile.gif & I love Epcot too, all the different foods icon_smile.gif .....
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    Jun 08, 2013 5:23 PM GMT
    CopperDevil saidNo, i never turn anyone down or cross them out as an option because of their race, I first judge by how attractive i find them and all races can be attractive


    Agree icon_smile.gif
  • d_1M

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    Jun 08, 2013 5:24 PM GMT
    i do check everything b4 get to really know the person BUT i dont jump into conclusions and this reminds me of the post

    does his hot list say something about him?

    i think its kind of the same.
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    Jun 08, 2013 5:28 PM GMT
    D_1M saidi do check everything b4 get to really know the person BUT i dont jump into conclusions and this reminds me of the post

    does his hot list say something about him?

    i think its kind of the same.


    Def their RJ hotlist shows what type of guys they like.....
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    Jun 08, 2013 5:33 PM GMT
    The face should be appealing, smiling and the physique should be in place :-) That's what all matters to me !! Age, race, gender are all labels for our own convenience to say Yes or No to someone icon_smile.gif
  • Christoforos

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    Jun 08, 2013 5:34 PM GMT
    spgem saidDoes race play a part off the bat when u first meet someone whether u want to get to know him intimately or not? When u look thru RJ pics of someone new, do u go down the list & selectively pick whoever catches ur eye or those that fit ur prerequisites in ur head that everyone has: heightism, ageism, sizism, fitism, adonism.....? "An absolute yes to that one" but "never in a million years to that one!" Or do u give everyone a chance, equal opportunity, until they prove themselves dislikable? Do u try to be color-blind or blind when in comes to looks or the size of their wallet? Or are u as superficial as the next guy & stick to what u like, those who are similar to u? Birds of a feather or all-inclusive?.....


    I wish people would check their spelling, grammar, and usage before they made passive-aggressive posts about other people's physical preferences.
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    Jun 08, 2013 5:34 PM GMT
    Alpha13 saidHotness trumps all other factors.


    Agree icon_smile.gif
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    Jun 08, 2013 5:35 PM GMT
    Christoforos said
    spgem saidDoes race play a part off the bat when u first meet someone whether u want to get to know him intimately or not? When u look thru RJ pics of someone new, do u go down the list & selectively pick whoever catches ur eye or those that fit ur prerequisites in ur head that everyone has: heightism, ageism, sizism, fitism, adonism.....? "An absolute yes to that one" but "never in a million years to that one!" Or do u give everyone a chance, equal opportunity, until they prove themselves dislikable? Do u try to be color-blind or blind when in comes to looks or the size of their wallet? Or are u as superficial as the next guy & stick to what u like, those who are similar to u? Birds of a feather or all-inclusive?.....


    I wish people would check their spelling, grammar, and usage before they made passive-aggressive posts about other people's physical preferences.


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    Jun 08, 2013 5:36 PM GMT
    Dahas saidOf course I see a person's race before their entirety as a person because it is simply faster/easier to comprehend. I don't really like it when people say they are color blind to a person's race. It comes off as a refusal of a person's race like this.
    h074792FC

    In my opinion, race should be celebrated. Besides, there are hot dudes from every race.


    Too bad you can't legitimately celebrate something that exists as only a social construct.
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    Jun 08, 2013 5:36 PM GMT
    ooooh ohh what can you tell about me from my hotlist icon_smile.gif
  • Christoforos

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    Jun 08, 2013 5:37 PM GMT
    spgem said
    Christoforos said
    spgem saidDoes race play a part off the bat when u first meet someone whether u want to get to know him intimately or not? When u look thru RJ pics of someone new, do u go down the list & selectively pick whoever catches ur eye or those that fit ur prerequisites in ur head that everyone has: heightism, ageism, sizism, fitism, adonism.....? "An absolute yes to that one" but "never in a million years to that one!" Or do u give everyone a chance, equal opportunity, until they prove themselves dislikable? Do u try to be color-blind or blind when in comes to looks or the size of their wallet? Or are u as superficial as the next guy & stick to what u like, those who are similar to u? Birds of a feather or all-inclusive?.....


    I wish people would check their spelling, grammar, and usage before they made passive-aggressive posts about other people's physical preferences.


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    Jun 08, 2013 5:37 PM GMT
    I don't judge by race or religion, age a little bit. I like good combination of features and a great character and personality. I try to give equality to all. But if they are mean then they're getting none of this!
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    Jun 08, 2013 5:40 PM GMT
    I always notice their teeth first.......
  • TannerMasseur

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    Jun 08, 2013 5:40 PM GMT
    Christoforos said
    spgem said
    Christoforos said
    spgem saidDoes race play a part off the bat when u first meet someone whether u want to get to know him intimately or not? When u look thru RJ pics of someone new, do u go down the list & selectively pick whoever catches ur eye or those that fit ur prerequisites in ur head that everyone has: heightism, ageism, sizism, fitism, adonism.....? "An absolute yes to that one" but "never in a million years to that one!" Or do u give everyone a chance, equal opportunity, until they prove themselves dislikable? Do u try to be color-blind or blind when in comes to looks or the size of their wallet? Or are u as superficial as the next guy & stick to what u like, those who are similar to u? Birds of a feather or all-inclusive?.....


    I wish people would check their spelling, grammar, and usage before they made passive-aggressive posts about other people's physical preferences.


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    Christoforos said
    Dahas saidOf course I see a person's race before their entirety as a person because it is simply faster/easier to comprehend. I don't really like it when people say they are color blind to a person's race. It comes off as a refusal of a person's race like this.
    h074792FC

    In my opinion, race should be celebrated. Besides, there are hot dudes from every race.


    Too bad you can't legitimately celebrate something that exists as only a social construct.


    Sure you can, most celebrations are of social constructs.