Are you a racist if you exclude a wide swath of homos from the sex menu, based solely on ethnicity? I don’t know. Maybe. It’s a wide spectrum full of blurry lines.
Is "no Asians" the same as "no fats," "young for young" or "shaved assholes only"? Or is "no Asians" the same as "I subconsciously believe that Asians are inferior to members of my race."
I’m writing about this because it’s a slow news day, and also because I just ran into an interesting commenter exchange on the filthy sex blog Life in the Raw. On one side of the argument:
Having preferences is only natural, but turning down one whole race is extremely backward, ignorant and bizarre altogether. Look around and I promise you’ll find at least several Asian guys you’d dig.
On the other:
I say that it’s ok to exclude people from your sexual proclivities due to certain physical characteristics like race and skin color. You can say no to advances from asian people the same way you would say no to a troll.
Here’s a second question. Does advertising your racial preferences on your ad make you a douchefag? The answer to that one is more obvious. And it is: yes, advertising you racial preferences on your ad makes you a douchefag. Sure, if you fail to mention that you’re not into black guys, then you’ll get a few more responses from black guys. The solution? Don’t respond to them!
It means you’ll have to spend a few more seconds separating the Aryan wheat from the ethnic chaff, but at least you’ll be hurting only those you don’t respond to instead of telegraphing your negativity to the entire room of homos who are reading your profile.
In conclusion, it’s debatable whether or not these preferences make you racist. What’s not debatable is that these preferences ought to be, at the very least, a teensy bit embarrassing. "I’m only into white guys" is something that belongs in a drunken brunch conversation with close friends, not in a profile that anyone can read. And besides, nobody likes a negative nancy.
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