Here’s the summary from TIME: Taken as a group, whites, women and older people were choosiest about sticking with others of their color.I bet you already know where these quotes come from. So in summary, let’s start with the basics: How not to be a racist in five easy steps. If you in fact only like Arabic men, regardless of your own racial or ethnic identity then why not say so rather than banishing other minorities outright.It’s more positive and inclusive and appealing to a wider range of people.
If someone messages you that doesn’t give you butterflies in your stomach (or lower) then just say thanks but no thanks. Do they eat the same food, socialise in the same way, believe the same as you do just because your skin matches? Speak to someone new, someone with maybe a different experience, a different outlook, a different skin colour – they might be able to shed new light on life.Some users also refer to guys who are HIV positive in a very derogatory way, such as "I'm looking for DISEASE-FREE guys". No/Not into/Don't go for/Dislike Asians/Blacks/Whites/Indians/Fems/Camps/Queens/Diseased etc). "I'm looking for WHITE DISEASE-FREE men" (capital letters in a small letter sentence) 2) At the level of implementation, those websites could simply request their members to follow a standardised format or certain profile-writing guidelines whenever referring to those preferences: e.g.The correct way to campaign against the spread of HIV is not to offend those who have contracted it. "I'm looking for (Asian, Black, Latin, White etc), masculine, HIV negative guys"; those websites could also create a box in which members could have the option to tick certain characteristics (including racial background, masculinity etc) which they look for in others.Although the men sampled displayed diverse attitudes, many were remarkably tolerant of sexual racism.We conducted two multiple linear regression analyses to compare factors related to men’s attitudes toward sexual racism online and their racist attitudes more broadly.These comments are offensive and we don't say that face to face nor in any other public space.