posted on Mar, 6 2012 @ 07:57 PM
I've never really sat down and thought, "Why do I like this man over this man?" At least not when we're talking about physical attributes such as
race, weight, etc.
For instance, I'm attracted to brunettes more than blondes. However, that doesn't mean I would never date a blonde in my life. I've found some
blonde men handsome, but generally the brunettes do it for me on a physical level. What we find attractive in other people is probably a combination
of personal taste, personality, the environment you were raised in, and possibly even genetic. (I hear the science behind attraction is becoming more
I don't think who you are attracted too is a matter of choice. You like what you like. Now if you only find Caucasians attractive and secretly think
the KKK has a nifty ideology, maybe it would stand to reason that your choice in women is far less innocent than it would seem.
However, if you're like any ordinary man or woman who just happens to be attracted more to those from your own race, there's no harm in that.
A person earlier said she hated it when men would go up to women of different races and basically declare their lack of interest meant the woman was
racist. I think that type of mentality is unfair as well.
Who am I to say your attraction to white/black/thin/bbw/etc is any more or less legitimate than the type of men I find attractive? It's simply a
matter of taste in the end.