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“The difference is the word ‘never.’ It is ruling out the possibility that you could ever be attracted to someone from a different race.”READ MORE: Nearly 50% of Canadians think racist thoughts are normal — Ipsos poll She added there is a clear difference between saying, “I would never date a blond versus I prefer brunettes.” In one case, she explained, a person is implying they would never date someone who has blond hair, no matter the circumstance.This is often the conversation people have when they talk about race, experts added.“‘I would never date a Black person’ is very different from saying, ‘I have never dated a Black person,'” Roderique said.All videos are hosted by 3rd party websites and we have no control over their contents.We take no responsibility for the content on any webpage which we link to, please use your own discretion while surfing the links.To give you a better overall experience, we want to provide relevant ads that are more useful to you.For example, when you search for a film, we use your search information and location to show the most relevant cinemas near you.
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Put simply, Black women — and especially dark-skinned black women without Eurocentric features — are rarely ever seen or depicted as desirable,” she wrote in the Evening Standard.
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Roderique said but sometimes, it comes down to prejudice.
WATCH: Interracial couple evicted from property because husband is black “There’s a difference between preference and prejudice,” Roderique said.