As a 20s/30s maybe 40s White person, do you feel a Black partner would be after your money?

  • Medjai

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    Nov 06, 2012 2:36 PM GMT
    To be honest, I'm worried that anyone I befriend to any degree is after my money. There aren't many 20-somethings that have what I have, and people seem to want to get their hands on a part of it.
  • CuriousJockAZ

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    Nov 06, 2012 2:51 PM GMT
    Chainers saidIn terms of race threads on RealJock I think this one gets an award for being really racist towards blacks.

    I mean, Im white and Im offended by this title...




    ^^^ THIS ^^^ However, I am not surprised as the OP has a history on RJ of blaming his relationship whoas (or lack thereof) on virtually anything and everything other than himself. Most often he likes to play the race card. Does the OP not grasp the reality that there are plenty of African American men out there having thriving, happy, fulfilling relationships?
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    Nov 06, 2012 2:51 PM GMT
    I know a number of Black gays locally here who are worth quite a bit more in "resources" than I am. A few are also prominent in politics and other community aspects. I consider myself fortunate when THEY socialize with ME. Dating isn't a consideration because I have a partner. I also know some totally deadbeat White gays, whose company I avoid.

    Therefore while I've been careful to avoid anyone who's after my (limited) money, I've never equated or prejudged that risk according to race or skin color. Nor do I think my friends do, either. Yet I have no doubt some guys do that, and that the OP has encountered it. All I can advise him is to be patient, and realize he may unfortunately have to wait for his Prince a little longer than most, as amoonhawk suggests.

    Either that, or always arrive in a chauffeur-driven limousine and wear Rolex watches. Although that could cause an opposite set of problems, with gold-digging guys after HIS money. icon_confused.gif
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    Nov 06, 2012 6:01 PM GMT
    OP has whined incessantly about how racist everyone around him is.

    That said, honestly?

    It depends on the guy. There are plenty of black guys I know - even some where there is mutual attraction, lol - where the thought doesn't even cross my mind.

    There was one young guy online a couple of years ago who for some reason was all over my business. Very young, pretty street. I couldn't figure it out and chalked it up to looking for a sugar daddy. Differences in race + class + age combined and I reacted that way, when I wouldn't if only two of those factors were present. (Judge me if you wish, but I do try to look hard at myself in these kinds of situations.)

    I would have that reaction to a sex worker, regardless of race. Seriously, you charge for sex and then wonder why someone would wonder if you were after their money?



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    Nov 06, 2012 6:09 PM GMT
    CuriousJockAZ said
    Chainers saidIn terms of race threads on RealJock I think this one gets an award for being really racist towards blacks.

    I mean, Im white and Im offended by this title...




    ^^^ THIS ^^^ However, I am not surprised as the OP has a history on RJ of blaming his relationship whoas (or lack thereof) on virtually anything and everything other than himself. Most often he likes to play the race card. Does the OP not grasp the reality that there are plenty of African American men out there having thriving, happy, fulfilling relationships?


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