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Why is it rare to see white men and black women together ?
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 27747453:MV8yMDUxMzU1XzM0NDc0Nzc1XzYyNUE0NThE] [quote:Anonymous Coward 26808965:MV8yMDUxMzU1XzM0NDc0MTQ4XzMzNEIxNjQx] That's not true. Humans are hardwired to MIX the species. That's why people are almost always attracted to the different or unusual. Divide and conquer works against us, while mixing gives us many positive traits. [/quote] If humans are hardwired to mix species then why all people i know including me does not fell in love with blacks or asians? We have some foreign students in my city and i have yet to see a black dating with a caucasian. We get attracted only to our own people,other middle easterns and europeans. There might be some exceptions but this what its mostly...caucasians mostly get attracted to caucasians.Blacks mostly get attracted to blacks. Of course as in all races there are beautiful black women but i just would not like to have kids with a black or an east-asian women.I know this is not a politically correct thing to say.I only say what i naturally feel and i am really not a racist. This is just my opinion.Of course different people would have diffrent opinions. [/quote]
Random question lol. I rarely see this.
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