But one black Irish blogger isn’t standing for it anymore. When you sexualise us you don’t make us feel beautiful.
Filomena Kaguako has written an open letter to demand men stop fetishising her.
One instance of claimed exploration is this study done back in October by the dating site OKCupid in which they mined their data to see how race and gender affected your chances at the site. Whether it's due to talkativeness, loneliness, or a sense of plain decency, black women are by far the most likely to respond to a first contact attempt.
In many cases, their response rate is one and a half times the average, and, overall, black women reply about a quarter more often that other women. Or rather, they write them back far less often than they should.
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I think this is because in Ireland interracial relationships aren’t as common as other places.’ She says that the reason many men approach her is because sex with a black woman is seen as something new – unlike men in places like London or New York.
You make us feel like an object that you will eventually get bored of and toss out after having derived maximum pleasure from us. Because when you sexualise us you are merely reminding us that you don’t actually see us. ‘This isn’t just black women though – it’s Asian women too.
‘I’ve noticed that Irish men fetishise black women. There’s more to us than the body that you have unjustly exotified because you refuse to look at what we can offer you intellectually. If you’ve met someone special through e Harmony, please let us hear about it.Or to learn more about e Harmony success couples, simply click the link below.We’re all one people, and there’s really no yours or mine.Remember the last time you protested, “We’re not all like that” before stereotyping your interracial date.