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In 2015, black grooms (24%) were twice as likely to have a partner of a different race or ethnicity as black brides (12%), a trend that hasn’t budged much in the past few years.
But that same math does not seem to apply to Hispanics.
She acted perfectly fine with it, and even referred to it as line.
This awkward sexualization isn't uncommon for black women in the dating world, and neither are the other racist undertones of the season.
Some black people have said it jokingly, and some white people have said it to black people, fetishizing and reducing them to the color of their skin.
So it's no wonder this is a red flag to many people or why there was backlash. It could be a sign that a person views black people solely to sexualize them.
It's racist, and there is a long history of white men sexualizing black women in America, from the days of slavery to now with the way black women are treated as a very specific fetish in pornography.