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You’re likely there to find someone to spend time with, date, hook up with, flirt and sext with — you’re there to have fun.
A few weeks ago, Ok Cupid, the popular “freemium” dating service, started offering its paid subscribers a very cool new tool.
It was an interesting window into white privilege as visibility politics are a part of Like I said earlier, you don’t owe anyone your time or energy.
You’re not on Ok Cupid, Tinder, Bumble, Siren, whatever to prove to racists that you deserve to be alive, loved, seen.
With society’s rising dependence on technology and social media, it was only a matter of time before we collectively became more comfortable with the idea of meeting our potential soulmates and friends with benefits’ online and/or on our phones. From the white men who tell me white supremacy isn’t real, to those who think I owe them an education based on my degree in the lived Black experience, I’ve grown tired of opening messages and hoping I’ve not opened a Pandora’s box of ignorance and potential triggers. But is it okay to hold my race eternally accountable for something that our ancestors did in which we had no part in and find as equally repulsive as you?
The people who answered this question had every opportunity to pass it by.
What I found surprising about the fact that a fair number of people answered that they would indeed strongly prefer to go out with someone of their own skin color/racial background was not that this phenomenon exists in the world.
Speaking of which, (tweet: austin @kvxll “Dear cis people: no one is saying your life can’t be hard if you’re cis but it’s not hard because you’re cis/ Dear white people: no one is saying your life can’t be hard if you’re white but it’s not hard because you’re white Source: austin)Show the screenshots of conversations you’ve had with white people who have called you out of your name for being open about your experiences being: followed around stores, stop and frisked, told you talk white, called derogatory terms, called a Latin lover/caramel/chocolate/mocha/ebony princess/Mulan/Jasmine/Pocahontas/etc.
We have years worth of primary resources proving our systemic oppression.
Here’s the thing K(ar)en, the problem isn’t the children. I don’t even see color, except for red, which is the color of the blood I previously mentioned.