Tastes are tastes. As long as you aren't a but-head about it, no one should care.
I've seen so many people, regardless of colour or ethnicity, who look alike. so I don't get your point. I've seen black versions of people, or white versions of people.
That is a the most craziest thing I have heard. Statements like that tend to be racist to me. I you take the time to study peoples features all around the world you will see all races with all kinds of body parts.
I would change the wording from racial features, to facial features, or something else. When you directly say "racial" it makes it extremely hard to think anything other than racial.
say facial not racial ... but no i wouldnt call you racist ... (unless you dont mean the face and actually mean other stuff)
no i am an asian..and i wont mind :)...you arent supposed to like everyone
Would you call me a racist if I said you were an ugly cow?
I'd say no :/<br />
It's not racist to not find the facial features of a particular race aesthetically pleasing.
No. It's just something you don't like.<br />
You aren't hating the people ba<x>sed on their race or disliking them ba<x>sed on that race, you just prefer different facial features when it comes to physical attraction.
no, i would say you are a facialist...
No, not at all. We all have our preferences in terms of what we find attractive. you're not saying that one race is inferior to another, or anything like that, so I don't see the problem.
Some faces are prettier than others, but that's all subjective. What you find unsightly, others are drawn to. I'm not a fan of broad noses(as you mentioned), but that can be offset by luscious lips or sexy bedroom eyes.
no we all have opinions about people regardless of race, age, or sex. Some are good and others are bad.
could be, yes
Our tastes evolve over the years and it is a mistake to rule out people ba<x>sed on their looks. When I was young I had a problem with the visual appeal of certain races and have since learned to accept people for what they are and not what they look like. Having said that, I have a problem still with some nationalities because of their arrogance and attitude toward others. That in itself is a prejudice statement but it has been developed from dealing directly with individuals and seeing the same patterns emerging over and over. I now deal with those people differently than I would others because of what I have experienced from their cousins in the past. I have traveled the world and know people from many cultures, studied their lives while I was there with them and have ba<x>sed my opinions of their people on the personal interactions I have had with them. Judging by looks is a mistake because you will miss out on some of life's best experiences. Judge people by their hearts.
Let me ask you a question? If we all looked alike there wouldn't be a "Variety", who can question "God"? They "Hated" him first. If you focus more on loving people instead of their looks, the world would be a better place. You don't like their facial looks,have you ever though they don't like yours? Stop that and accept people for who they are,you'll feel better.
Well,if you can't say anything nice,don't say anything at all. Hopefully people of color and asians don't care either. Nothing personal. :)
No one asked you to put that question up there,you took it upon yourself to ask that question.If it's not nice don't say anything at all. I see you have another question about changing your avatar because one of your breast look bigger then the other. I believe you are "Projecting" things about yourself that you don't like about yourself. "Vain" no one is perfect. Have a good night. :)
Yes,if it's true.
No, that's fine. I'd say you're crazy but then again they're my preference not yours.
nothing to do with each other.
No. Ugly like beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
What racial feature do you mean? Appearance?
I wouldn't consider that racist. So long as you don't make assumptions of their personality based on their skin colour, or hating them automatically because of it.
Yeah. I guess I get that a bit too.