Black woman devistated by "Colorism" in online dating. Sound familiar?

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Black woman devistated by "Colorism" in online dating. Sound familiar?
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Colorism In Online Dating | ShortGuyCentral

Saw this on reddit and had to lol at this one. Most of the short man bashing I see on Twitter coincidentally comes from young black women. Read this article. A lot of whining about seeing "no weaves", "only into White, Asian, Hispanics" on men's dating profiles. She says she was devastated how one she noticed it online she noticed it anywhere.

Anyone reading this reminded how many "don't message me if you're under 6'", "i need to wear heels", "short men are bitter" you come across on profiles? They don't feel sympathy for us lol, why should anyone for them? A preference is a preference right?

The article is here: https://www.bustle.com/articles/37427-5-truths-about-colorism-that-ive-learned-as-a-black-woman-in-nyc

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No one is entitled to dating, sex or companionship. I never see empathy from black women on their forums for short men so there is zero sympathy or empathy from me. European standards of beauty are the world standard for women and is out of their control just like being tall is the standard for men. I'm pretty sure if they had to choose between a tall partner and a short one they'd go for tall every time, so they shouldn't cry if men want lighter. Too bad.

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