College dating interracial
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Maybe this stems from living in a small town with a small but noticeable skinhead presence.
The history segments air on American History TV (AHTV) on C-SPAN3 and the literary events/non-fiction author segments air on Book TV on C-SPAN2.Think back to 1999 when FUBU, goose down jackets, toques with brims and ICQ were all in style.That was also the year that my friends and I became old enough to get a drivers license.Once we all got ours, our collective dating lives changed.No longer were we confined to meeting up with women who lived on our block or just a short bus ride away. That increased access led me and my boys, a pack of tall, young basketball playing, DMX loving kids, to the city right next to us where the big area mall was.My boy summed it up the best when he said, “Man, we were all just a phase bruh.” Look, I’m aware that some people simply have preferences.
Some people date within their own race because it’s just who they’re attracted to, while other people freely date people of any race because that’s what they are attracted to.When we approached the scene, my boys dived in head first and completely lost themselves in the non-stop admiration they received from these White girls. Not only was I disinterested in courting their attention (which there was a surplus of for any Black boy), but there was a deep reticence I had for the entire scene that I simply could not put my finger on at the time.As I’ve grown older, I’ve momentarily recalled those days and wondered to myself what was the barrier that kept me from immersing myself in a scene where I could’ve had just as much “fun” as my boys.That thought danced through my mind Tuesday night as I sat in front of my TV, watching Donald Trump amass electoral college votes and at once, it all came to me. That’s not to say that I don’t trust any White people, because there’s White people in my life that I genuinely love, but I don’t go into situations with many unknown White people and automatically just believe that they are all for equality and hold absolutely zero prejudice values.Maybe this stems from being called a “nigger” at age 7 when I was assaulted by two older White men.Back when I co-work Swirling, we created a list of interracial-friendly cities and states, and some of them were not really a surprise–Los Angeles and pretty much all of California, parts of Texas, some fly over states, and swaths of regions on the East Coast and South. So today I thought to myself, So I’m off building the MASTER IR-FRIENDLY LIST of CITIES, COUNTIES, NEIGHBORHOODS and TOWNSHIPS that you can feel free to pursue employment, real estate, and vacation spots and know for certain that no one will throw stones, harass you, or otherwise make you feel miserable.