Racial “Preference” in Sex and Dating

It’s, at best, prejudiced and, at worst, racist.

“A couple sits on the ground laughing in dry grasses near railroad tracks” by Priscilla Du Preez on Unsplash

Humanity, we have a problem. Racial “preference” in sex and dating is not, as it certainly should not be, a thing. Do I think that there exists a natural development of comfort from or towards a certain archetype or culture? We’ll call it familiarity. Sure! I mean think of how when you’re raised eating a certain food then you grow up and you love it…

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Reneaux Ruffin

Reneaux Ruffin

Writer. Witch. If Garnet was obsessed with Evanescence's The Open Door tbh.