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Note the fact that the tweeter, as do many ain’t shit people with internalized racism, favor not only Latinx-black mixed children, but do so ONLY when that mix is specifically a black MAN and a Latina WOMEN. Fetishization of mixed children LITERALLY translates into: I want to have a daughter (Note: Daughter!!! Latinas specifically who cater to this fucked up shit because they enjoy the ego boost, consider this a fair warning of the fact that your baby daddy is a pedophile for his own daughter.
You don’t see black women and Latinx men fetishized too much. Cuz who cares if your son come out black — he gonna hook up with Latina anyway. ”) who will grow up into a woman I think is fuckable.
Also, many Latinas in America come from some of the most impoverished countries in Central America like Guatemala and Honduras.
The best looking Latinas come from South America in my opinion so you are missing out on millions of potential ladies by limiting yourself to mostly Central American immigrants.
Just wondering if anyone had any type of input for this subject. He took me to meet his parents and family within a month of dating. It's a difficult situation because in Mexican culture, bringing a boyfriend or girlfriend home is a BIG deal unlike American culture, where I have noticed that it is not as big a deal.
I have been seeing my boyfriend for the past 6 months. Has anyone had any similar experiences like this one?
He doesn't see them or even know them well enough to bond with them. It seems to me that they pick up the black men that black women don't usually want, or anyone wants!I will give you a couple of examples, and if you are one of those women, and you want to get all upset and defensive, just prove to me how I am wrong!There’s been a lot of talk about mixed babies in the media lately.Part of the reason is because multi-ethnic children are quickly becoming a growing and prominent group in American culture, but the larger reason is because most minorities don’t equate that growth with increasing racial tolerance and inclusion, the way mainstream media would have us think, but more so a long-standing gravitation of African-Americans towards partners with exotic (read: non-African) features that will allow them to have babies with light skin and “good” hair.
We clicked from the first day we started talking and going out.