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Also, before you let the old “you look like [insert random black woman who’s currently making waves in pop culture]” fumble off of your lips, be honest with yourself.Do I actually look like her, or should you stop and take a sip of your drink? Then there are the more serious offenses that I’ve learned need to be called out and shut down with the grace and precision of a Navy SEAL.But there’s one certainty that we’re both aware of well before we meet in person for the first time. You divulge secrets to me that you’ve never told anyone, let alone a stranger. Besides, the average millionaire has seven streams of income. But everyone has their do-not-cross-or-I-will-judge-you line. And though I’m not triggered by much, the color of my skin coupled with the truth serum that is my personality make me more prone to defending my line of judgement than the average person. And though crossing the black girl’s line may seem scary (since we face the unfortunate stereotype of becoming monsters when angry), believe me when I say that through all of the side-eye and robust hand gestures, I am here to educate you on why and how to never cross this line.You feel as though you can say anything to me without judgement. Now, there are some offenses that, while minor, still need to be discussed, it seems.For example, do not spend the first half of our first date talking at me about what hip-hop artists you’re listening to.I’ve had the same seven on repeat for the past six months, so I’m not exactly a hip-hop lexicon and definitely cannot relate.However, like most other philias, it’s not a great thing. It’s about you bragging about picking up a black girl at the club just because she’s black, or that you’ve gained a nickname like ‘Cadbury’s’ or ‘Wonka’ because of all the black girlfriends you’ve had. It’s collecting them, like you would cars or stamps.Looking at Oloni’s Instagram comments, quite a lot of the internet weren’t happy about the comments made in the podcast and voiced their opinions: one user wrote ‘[it sounds like] they are talking about fucking Pokémon cards or something.

But after swimming through all the Brads and the Jacks, you get that one guy.This fetish for POC and specifically black people has been going on for a while.In the 1920s, the word negrophilia was coined to describe the growing white fascination with black culture.they’re not going to delete the podcast because they’ve never deleted a podcast and they don’t want to. So, to the white person reading this, I’m not trying to discourage you from dating black people and I’m not necessarily saying you’re a bad person – what I am saying is sometimes being “racist” isn’t that stereotypical idea of being racist.Writer of ‘White Fragility’ Robin Di Angelo says when someone is accused of being racist they think they are being pigeonholed into the box of Individual people who have malicious opinions about people based on skin colour.

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