Interracial curious?  

DougSensual 49M
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6/20/2005 1:23 pm

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Interracial curious?

I do not consider myself racist. I hope I don’t seem so in this post. I’m simply exploring some ideas.

Am I interracial curious? I suppose I am. I’ve never been with a black woman. The closest I’ve had to ‘interracial’ was my ex ‒ her daddy is from South America.

I think it’s that being with a non-caucasian is considered somewhat exotic. But I can appreciate how beautiful a woman is and how lovely the shade of her skin.

In high school, I knew a girl who was black. We were friends. One afternoon, we went out for lunch ‒ no big deal really; neither of us had an interest in the other. We went to my house so I could get something I’d left. My mom and sister arrived while we were there. They didn’t make anything of it. Later, though, my dad did. He’s kind of old school about some things. But he wasn’t mad. He simply wanted his young, impressionable son to be aware that there are cultural differences. I found that out the hard way, years later, during my divorce.

I see a lot of profiles from white women who only want black cock. I don’t get it, and I don’t suppose I ever will.

The bottom line for me, though, is that there is so much more to beauty, sensuality, and sexuality than skin tone. So much of those qualities come from within. Every woman is different, and I’d like to learn those differences.

penelope474 47F

7/3/2005 4:10 pm

My husband is caucasian, married to an Asian, Pacific Islander. I've been to the Philippines, and natives ask me if I'm a Filipina (I'm not). I go to New Mexico and the natives think I'm Spanish or Mexican. I fit in almost everywhere -- except middle America.

Hubby's been married before -- caucasian as well. Never imagined he'd ever marry a non-caucasian. But we see a lot of that here in Hawaii; it's a very common pairing. Something about the exotic (or just different) draws men like bees to honey.

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