Ditto for preferring black hair or short people or tall people -- all these characteristics correlate to race. There's a reason that became a popular cliche. The intimacy implied. Pre-internet, pre-photo. I don't think that women are as accustomed as men are to 'selling' themselves for dates.
When I say it's "racist," I really just mean, "There's something wrong with it. Hey, if we're going to go down this road, then I must point out that researchers from Kinsey onwards have pointed out that very few people indeed are pure obligate heterosexuals or pure obligate homosexuals the 'extreme fetishists' of this scenario. Specifying a height preference isn't something that I would do. Just from memory: Which is almost as big a taboo as molesting children.
So yes, I guess for most it would depend on location and intimacy.
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That's the difference. Once you've read it times, not so much. Maybe seeing all women as a hive-mind mentality that all either appreciate a thing, or do not, isn't a recommended start. I met a woman through a personals ad once -- the results can be seen via your "So That's What the Kids Are Doing" post. I just very strongly disagree that race and 'culture and values' can always be correlated, and I think that's an outdated viewpoint.
Lyra. i am romantic, and i prefer places with a sophisticated atmosphere and love pleasant conversations with interesting and well educated people. i am very discreet and have that particular touch of class... and can accompany you anywhere... to restaurants, theatres, events... i will be the elegant lady at your side when and wherever you wish...
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And that's cliche and impossible to do, but you want to try to get as close to that as you possibly can. Yeah, how about a long walk on a short pier? By the way, do you really think it's a good idea to advise people not to use stereotypical stuff in their descriptions? If you're a white heterosexual male and you don't find Halle Berry attractive, there's something wrong with your perception of beauty -- and it's probably prejudice! I feel like this discussion has reached a point where mostly I'm just repeating myself and you guys are repeating differently worded versions of the same argument. He was a cub scout, I was a brownie.