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Tweet about this Share this on Facebook. I grew up around a lot of white people. I was one of the few black people in my primary school, my secondary schools and college. University is difficult because there were so many people — but out of the 35 musicians on my course, I was most definitely the only black person until third year.
But after swimming through all the Br and the Jacks, you get that one guy. I love a party, but I had to be away on that occasion and had to decline and thought no more of it. The next week, I scrolled though social media to find a photo album of the party and had a look-see. Oh my goodness. You can date me because I fit the job description! My favourite colour is blue and I have a sweet tooth. They call it an anti-slut shaming podcast.
This fetish for POC and specifically black people has been going on for a while.
In the s, the word negrophilia was coined to describe the growing white fascination with black culture. It is not celebrating black people.
These women should be disgusted with themselves. Corrinne Fisher and Krystyna Hutchinson, the women behind the podcast, issued a statement in regards to the episode in question. Here is our statement regarding the episode of our podcast: pic. I understand that — but if you understand that racism is embedded in our society and as a white person you will benefit from that, you also need to understand that you exhibiting racist behaviours is inevitable. So, white person, why do you date black people? I want to know your reasoning.
The real reasoning.
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In these complex and uncertain times hearing from and supporting young people who are advocating for social change and contributing fresh perspectives has never been so important. Through supporting Rife you can ensure that this important work continues and that more young people have their voices heard. Ella Brandt is a musician and blogger. During her time at Bath Spa University studying Commercial Music, Ella explored many areas in the Creative Business field, gaining experience in musical theatre, marketing and performance.
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White people, only dating black people is not progressive – it’s racist