Oct 11, 2013 2:17 AM GMT
The Senderi would like to address the issue that you only have white men in you're hotlist. Please add some Black and asian men to you're hotlist so you'll look less racist thanks.
My ResponseI am actually attracted to black and Asian men... So long as they reach my incredibly unrealistic standards for the human body and face. I however come across very few of their profiles on Real Jock. In large part this is because I find most of the people on my hot list through the hot lists of people I have hot listed. I seldom encounter a diverse phenotype of people on this site. You are of course welcome to send me a list of profiles you think I should be attracted to and I will consider adding them to my hot list.
Before you continue to work out your issues of racism with strangers online please be aware that sexual selection is very different from what most people identify as racism. Sexual preference for one's own phenotype (in this case from adaptive radiation) is as much racism or discrimination as not having sex with a woman is sexism or not having sex with a 90 year old is agism. There are many theories into the causes of varies components of a person's sexuality, but causes which lead to these variations is not clearly identified. Regardless people typically prefer people of a culture or 'race' in which they identify. I am certainly unaware of any indication that sexual selection and social stratification based on phenotype are related in a 'non post hoc ergo' way.
I was once accused of being a racist for turning down a drink from an obese black man. I actually turned down the drink because i was entirely too intoxicated. When he accused me of racism I asked him, "I'm sorry?". He told me I wouldn't sleep with him because he was black. I walked away, after all it is better to not stir the kettle.
What are your thoughts on sexual selection?
Is rejecting the sexual advances of an obese individual a form of harassment?
Do you consider preferring sexual intimacy with your own group identity to be a legitimate form of social stratification?