So, I went out to
As I was unabashedly ogling these beautiful women (and marvelling that women actually spend what they do on a goddamn bra), I noticed something. This was the whitest group of women I have EVER seen. There were blonde, Scandanavian women. There were swarthy, brunette Italian-types. I think one girl had some Irish features and red hair, and she was the exotic one. End of list.
Why is this? Can someone explain this to me?
There was a sort of token black girl, who was so light as to be more akin to an exceptionally-tanned and prettier-than-average cast member on The Jersey Shore. No dark-skinned black girls. No Asians. No Middle Eastern or Jewish girls. It looked like the Republican National Underwear Convention.
Is this really indicative of American beauty? Are these the only women we're allowed to
As a mission statement, I will say this: I love, love, LOVE women. This is not solely a sexual statement, nor is it just because they are often so much better at things that I am terrible at. It's not just physical in nature.
I like being around women. I like the break from the undercurrents of machismo and posturing that goes on in a group of men. I like that women aren't afraid to say what they're feeling, once they are comfortable with you. Women also smell better. It's just science.
That said, I am astounded that there are people who just cannot see how beautiful a woman is, because she is African or Vietnamese or Iranian. I cannot believe that white skin, blonde hair, and giant mammaries are the only benchmark for what we should find attractive as Americans. Am I taking crazy pills, or can we all benefit from a little more diversity in our