It comes across as highly racist and misogynist. That you’re heavily into degradation and can’t imagine anything more degrading than being a black woman.
I think there so much sensitivity about this.
But technically, in the old days. Black women were treated most horrendously. And if some people fantasised about being one of those women because historically and accurately, they were really black and because of that, they weren't treated very nicely, it's a relevant kink isn't it?
Think of this like rape play. Enjoying rape play isn't trivializing the sufferings of real rape that women suffers. As with BDSM concepts, it's all suppose to be within consensual context for it to be fine to play.
But note to OP, if black people can whiten their skin, I am sure you can darken yours IF you wanted to through surgical means.
I mean you'd piss off alot of people doing that because of sensitivities. But I think this whole skin sensitivity bullshit is only relevant in the US.
You go to Africa and they don't even think much of it. Maybe just think you are some crazy white person. But whatever. Reminds me of the die antwoord video where the white blonde singer don a black face. And loads of Americans posted on it being offended by it and then you got loads of Africans defending her, saying Africa is not America. Black face is allowed in Africa and considered an honour and respectful for a white person to don black face to pay homage to black african people.
Because I am thinking like, it's never offensive for darker people to want to be fairer but I don't know why it is always offensive for fair people who wants to be darker. Especially when the trend in 2017 is darker skin is beautiful! Just gotta look at all the ridiculous fake tan on models and celebrities!
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