Racial Slurs During Sex Are they acceptable during sex? I say why not if no one is offended. I myself don't take offense at all to some of the harshest words out there unless someone is intentionally trying to draw me into conflict. Even then it's just a word... and the actions and attitude of the person uttering it are what are more offensive and insulting. Everyone has one label that probably offends them, and the infamous "N" bomb does in fact represent an ugly part of our history, I understand the serious nature of it to some. If your on a conquest to rid the earth of these terms and intolerance, your fighting a losing battle I'm afraid. So with respect I've only used it with people I know don't make it a serious issue, and rather see it as something to make light of, even with my 'white friends'. I have never used it in public where it might offend others I have to point out, I am after all a gentleman and all about respect at the end of the day. I however, see it as somewhat ironic that a black man today can use it to refer to himself or other black man, but that same man becomes offended when uttered by a white man. Serious double standards exist for slurs toward ANY race I think. From what I see, some people just look for a reason to become upset, I try to stay out of that kind of racial drama entirely. In the end, some people are just gonna be ignorant about race, nothing I can do about it and too bad for them really. Behind closed doors with a woman however, I think that kind of 'racial drama' can be fun to play into if all parties are game. I've seen white wives get insanely hot when you vocalize the obvious interracial nature of the situation. Even the simplest "You like that black cock" can set a girl off by calling attention to the fact that she is being fucked by a man who CLEARLY isn't her husband. As far as skin color is concerned, I like the look of myself in a white woman's snatch, it's just aesthetically pleasing. So its comfortable and in my everyday nature to use the terms "black dick" and "white pussy". Stepping it up to something far more edgy has happened often for me though. I've never been the one to initiate using the more controversial words. Once a woman has expressed that it's OK, or used them herself even, it becomes game on for me. I'll embrace it and push it a step further to cross the lines of taboo and excite everyone in a deviant kind of way. I think even watching husbands like to hear me when I get going and call their wife a "trashy white whore for n!#*@ dick." Of course this is all very controversial and politically incorrect for most. I see it kind of like calling a woman a "slut" or even a "whore", and especially a "cunt". I'm sure women don't like being referred to in these terms in everyday life, but in the bedroom the rules change and that's why it's so exciting. My favorite sex involves really nasty talk. Using all these politically incorrect words is what creates such an intense sexual experience.