Intimate interracial relationships have long been considered indicative of the social distance between groups, a barometer for gauging race relations. "The Rise of Intermarriage: Rates, Characteristics Vary by Race and Gender." Qian, Zhenchao. "Breaking the Racial Barriers: Variations in Interracial Marriage Between 19." Demography 34(2):273-276. Let's get rid of those monsterous white guys that are evil itself. Why not just utalize the gallazillions of white sperm on reserve. They can be aborted in the womb and we can get an endless supply of white sex girls!
Social distance describes the feelings of similarity and closeness, or dissimilarity and rejection, that members of a group have toward members of some other group (Bogardus 1947; Simmel 1909). "Beauty and Status: The Illusion of Exchange in Partner Selection." American Sociological Review 79(4). Trouble is, you couldn't make Hedi Klum without her father. Do you know what it feels like for a relationship of 4 years to be broken????????
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Richard Bashir Otukoya has some bad relationship stories. They ripple with a hurt most of us don’t experience.
Of course, Black folks’ petition to take up space extends to the police who take oaths to serve and protect us, and the political leaders who are responsible for enacting legislation that will hold those who oppress and abuse us responsible, but our demands must also extend to those who claim to love us.
This notion of loving Black people radically is not a new concept, and loving Black people radically means more than just sexing us, partnering with us, or even creating family structures with us.
“We came out, a car drove up, called her a ‘n***er lover’ and drove away. She was obviously deeply upset because she couldn’t be seen as someone who was in a genuine relationship.” Richard Bashir Otukoya: “There was no, ‘Oh look at this guy, he’s got a job, he’s doing his Ph D.’ There was none of that.
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It means bearing witness to our struggles and our pain; it means transforming silence into action regarding those struggles and that pain.
Because we all know that silence often means complicity, and we out here trying to get all-the-way free.