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So there I was just flipping through the channels yesterday when I caught the tail end of bridezilla, it was entertaining to say the least. I was poised to change the channel when this new show named Momma's Boys started to come on. It is a show where moms will help their sons to pick out the best woman possible. I thought it was regular tv crap (and it is) and I was going to turn but then I decided to at least see what all of the contestants looked like..lol. I ended up staying on that channel much longer than I had anticipated but there was one mom who made me decide to write this random section of this post.
She was describing the woman she wanted for her son, no, she was actually describing those who were not suitable for her son when she said- "I dont want a Black one, no Asian, no Jewish girls, no mixed." She then repeated her comments later in the interview and stated even more about how she doesnt want that for her son. She was very condescending and just plain old rude in the manner in which spoke about all non white women. She also said no big butts, but that's another story.
Anyway when she was poolside with a group of black women she said "so you ladies play basketball". UMMM yea she said it. Anyway as one woman explained that she earned as masters degree, this mom could obviously care less as she changed the subject. One woman in particular confronted the mother and demanded an explanation to which the mom said "Im not a racist I have a black godson, and I know members of the Detroit Lions and I love them, I have black friends."
The point of this randomness is the guy's mom and all people have the right to have a preference, but when does preference cross the line into racism? I know the way that a person excludes others is a factor but is there anything else that would make you say a person is out of line?
Also when your kids are older do you secretly have a preference regarding who they bring home to the family? I knew a guy in college who seemed open to women in general but stated that he could never bring home anyone outside of his race because his mom told him to keep the blood lines pure.
Ok in the movie Something New with Sanaa Lathan, her character said she has a preference for black men. While she described it as a preference her co star described it as her "preference to be prejudice." When does a preference become a prejudice? Is there really a difference between the two?
Have you considered interracial dating? Whether you have or have not do you think society or your family members had a part to play in helping you to form your decision?
Touchy subject I know but I would like to hear what you have to say.
No need to answer all of the questions...lol I know I listed a few too many.
P.S. I will respond to all of your comments from this week over the weekend.