posted on Aug, 31 2014 @ 10:23 AM
originally posted by: ManBehindTheMask
Shouldn't they be beautiful without having to point out his color?
How many men say, "She was a beautiful blonde"? It's the same thing. Can't she be beautiful without having to point out her hair color? Of course
she can. But it's a preference, so people voice it. Chill out.
People have physical preferences - physical traits they like. There's nothing wrong with voicing a trait that I like in the opposite gender... People
are different. We look differently. It's a fact. Some people are attracted to a sporty build, some prefer more "roundness". Some like dark hair and
eyes, some prefer blue-eyed blondes. Some prefer a white girl, some prefer a black man. What's wrong with that? Trying to "pretend" that everyone
looks the same and that we don't have preferences is denying reality.