White Privilege?

#1
I recently saw clips of a show called "Dark Girls." the show was about the feelings of darker skinned women and how they felt that the lighter skinned women had the "white privilege." The running theme was that lighter skinned black women were preferred over darker skinned black women, and they had opportunities offered to them that the darker women didn't.

I also have read threads in different forums where even lighter skinned and darker skinned black men felt that there was a huge difference in how society looked at each of them.

I admit, I like darker skinned black men for sex. That is not to say I will not have sex with a lighter skinned black man, I just have a preference.

I need to know, from everyone, is skin hue really an issue as it seems to be in the threads I have read? And is there still a feeling of white supremacy within the black community? I love sex, and if it is with a darker skinned black man all the better. I know that when we go to the swing clubs black men are in high demand, especially darker skinned black men, but is this not the case outside of the swinging, cuck, open sex lifestyle?

In my life, black men, all black men, are as equal or better than a lot of white men in bed. Where is the white supremacy there? When a good number of white women, especially married white women, have either had fantasies or have actually had sex with black men, it is hard to believe that the "white supremacy" thing is still felt so strongly.

And what is "white privilege?" Think of all the white women who have or want to have sex with black men. I would say that if there is white privilege, it is the privilege of white women and men to have sex with black men. To me, "white privilege" would be a white married white woman being able to have sex with black men with her hubby's consent. That, to me, seems like a privilege.

In one thread I read, a darker skinned black woman was stating that she would go out with her lighter skinned friends and her friends would get picked up on more often than she would be. And this upset her. On the other hand, I know that there are a lot of white men who wish that white women wanted them as much as they want black men.

Any thoughts?

Are darker skinned black men or women discriminated against because of the hue of their skin?
And does anyone have a right to put down others because they can't attract others as well as another can?

I know that, sexually, black men have an easier time picking up white women. I also know that a lot of white men love to watch IR porn. I admit that, sexually, lighter skinned black women may be preferred by both black and white men. I also know that darker skinned black men are preferred, sexually, by white women and couples.

So, what is the real deal?
 
#3
I have found that black women don't like seeing me with black men, but I am not out in public with them that much, except when I travel out of town. I usually don't let it bother me, but I have been called some really cruel, vulgar things!
 

Chip

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#6
Between marriages I had a chance to hook up with a black girl who was quite dark skinned and the sex was like my first wife but color of skin was unique and a turn on, my second wife is fair skinned and red haired. To be honest both have the same effect on me.
 
#7
So you're saying that the average white male, given his druthers, would choose a "dark skin black woman" over a white woman? And you have facts, not opinion or anecdotes, to back this up?
The average white male would definitely pick a decent looking dark skin black woman over the average white woman if he knew he had an equal shot with both of them, yes. "Opposites attract" is a lot more powerful of a truth than "men want to marry a woman like their mother"(garbage psychology masquerading as the epitome of facts).

In fact I believe white men prefer the highest echelons of black female beauty over the highest echelons of white female beauty, but that is just my gut feeling.
 

Chip

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#8
The average white male would definitely pick a decent looking dark skin black woman over the average white woman if he knew he had an equal shot with both of them, yes. "Opposites attract" is a lot more powerful of a truth than "men want to marry a woman like their mother"(garbage psychology masquerading as the epitome of facts).

In fact I believe white men prefer the highest echelons of black female beauty over the highest echelons of white female beauty, but that is just my gut feeling.
I guess I just havent met the perfect black woman yet.
 

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The average white male would definitely pick a decent looking dark skin black woman over the average white woman if he knew he had an equal shot with both of them, yes. "Opposites attract" is a lot more powerful of a truth than "men want to marry a woman like their mother"(garbage psychology masquerading as the epitome of facts).

In fact I believe white men prefer the highest echelons of black female beauty over the highest echelons of white female beauty, but that is just my gut feeling.
Except that facts in the way of marriage statistics don't bear this out.
 
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The average white male would definitely pick a decent looking dark skin black woman over the average white woman if he knew he had an equal shot with both of them, yes. "Opposites attract" is a lot more powerful of a truth than "men want to marry a woman like their mother"(garbage psychology masquerading as the epitome of facts).

In fact I believe white men prefer the highest echelons of black female beauty over the highest echelons of white female beauty, but that is just my gut feeling.
So your answer 2 his question is no you don't have any facts, just a gut feeling you say definitely but how can you possibly speak for millions upon millions of white men?
 
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Except that facts in the way of marriage statistics don't bear this out.
You mean if you don't include the divorce rates?

White men/White women couples are much more likely to get divorced than white men/black women couples, and that fact is only amplified in effect in regards to my argument when you consider the amount of the former couple is much larger and much more padded than the overall amount of the latter couple.

There are "myths" going around about black women too, and they weren't created with porn or other forms of propaganda.
 
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