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  1. Okay, I've been talking to people about this topic before and would like to know your thoughts.... To me (and without doing deep research I believe this is the origin of it) wearing a white wedding dress on a wedding symbolizes purity, thus being a virgin still on one's wedding day. I feel that someone who has been sleeping around does not deserve to have claim to purity and to also show off with a white dress. It is a privilage that they lost. Many woman wear it only out of tradition perhaps not knowing. Depending on the replies I have a second or third question to follow.
  2. Racial Stereotypes

    Howdy to everyone, my names Ronnie and after like 9 months of membership this my first topic. I'm posting this in "ask the girls", as the opinions I'm seeking are foremost from the "ladyfolk". In case by my post on here its not clear, I'm an eccentric African-American male. I'm well educated, tall, athletic and I'm reasonably inexperienced. I'm a proud waiter, not that I go around bragging or anything, but the last girl I dated (1 of 2 girls) we only dated a couple of months, met online, anyhow after I told her we split, though amicably. My question since this is "ask" the girls... There seems to exists an unspoken rule or stereotype about black guys. I won't go all the way into all of them, however I'm gonna say that yes they exist, and we know they do but we never speak of them. Why? Why is it that I'm expected to like hiphop instead of say Red or Dizmas? (look them up) Why is it that Asian, Caucasian, Hispanic, and some African-American girls, when they describe the "perfect" guy he's more often than not a caucasian dude. Not that I have any grudge or hard feelings against girls for having a "preference". Everyone does right? However, it seems so common, just curious about the reasons and why? Of course cultural, and familial acceptance is high on the list, but simply speaking from a human standpoint we're all Americans right? So our culture should have vast similarities. Opinions, thoughts, input please