When he asks why his feelings are wrong, what can I say besides, “Because they are”? Dear What: His view is immoral on its face to anyone who believes foremost that humans of all shapes, sizes and colors are of equal worth and deserve to be *reflexively* accepted and treated as such.But that’s not how he’s seeing it, obviously, so that’s not his “foremost.”What I’d like to know, and what you need to know to go forward: What at the front of his mind here?My friend likes black girls, but he doesn’t like them too dark!” Against my better judgment, I assumed that the wingman just wasn’t very good at his job and started talking to his friend anyway.He kept touching my hair without my consent, was legitimately disappointed that I could not twerk, and called me “sassy” whenever I voiced an opinion that was different from his.Unfortunately, that wasn’t the first or last awkward date I’ve had with a white man.Is he worried this choice will make your son’s life harder? Or is he just a freestanding bigot and circumstances never lined up in a way that revealed this to you before?
I once went out with a guy who drove around for twenty minutes looking for a parking space on the street, even though we were already half an hour late for our dinner reservations.But as a rule, wait until you know him a little better. They are now happily married and just had their second child.You never know in what package God will send your soul mate to you.It can be a bit alarming, just because of how different the hair quality is.It lands both parties in completely different events.