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Offline punk

...my point exactly, anyone can use the old excuse that because such and such happened to me in the past I can assume a certain attitude in how I deal with people in the future... it's a nonsense, as were the tongue in cheek non arguments I conjured up to sketch the point.

A pro$$ie saying I don't see black men because in the past one gave me a bad experience makes as much sense going forward as a black man saying I am aggressive towards white people because in the past some white people held my ancestors in slavery. There is no need to hide behind a reason in exercising your freedom of choice, especially on personal matters. It only muddies the waters unnecessarily and can prove to be divisive in ways you didn't intend it to.

ok but please bare in mind this slavery is not just a black v white, slavery seems to be as old as mankind itself, has affected all colours and greed's ,all religions and nations.

Maybe this is a better way to put it across:

Q. Do you see black men?   A. No sorry, just a personal preference

If all pro$$ies who did not see black men included this in their profile then people, including JohnShaft would appreciate it and take no umbrage I am sure. Neither would the most rampant racists amongst us....whatever their colour, so everybody would be happy  :hi:  ( Skips off into the sunset singing:    Mmmmm..." I'd like to teach the world to sing in perfect harmony..... I'd like to hold it.... )

Offline punk

Maybe this is a better way to put it across:

Q. Do you see black men?   A. No sorry, just a personal preference

If all pro$$ies who did not see black men included this in their profile then people, including JohnShaft would appreciate it and take no umbrage I am sure. Neither would the most rampant racists amongst us....whatever their colour, so everybody would be happy  :hi:  ( Skips off into the sunset singing:    Mmmmm..." I'd like to teach the world to sing in perfect harmony..... I'd like to hold it.... )

no I get what you are saying in your original post.

Offline NaturalMystique

thanks for answering that's interesting, in what way?

Again if too personal than I understand if there is no reply.

I have been in situations where I could have easily been taken advantage of but never was. I only had one bad experience - which was with a white guy - actually I wouldn't say bad. I woukd say it didn't paint HIM in a good light.


Maybe this is a better way to put it across:

Q. Do you see black men?   A. No sorry, just a personal preference

If all pro$$ies who did not see black men included this in their profile then people, including JohnShaft would appreciate it and take no umbrage I am sure. Neither would the most rampant racists amongst us....whatever their colour, so everybody would be happy  :hi:  ( Skips off into the sunset singing:    Mmmmm..." I'd like to teach the world to sing in perfect harmony..... I'd like to hold it.... )

Everything that comes before or after the word "No" makes no difference to me. I am just grateful for the opportunity to avoid.

Online James999

Everything that comes before or after the word "No" makes no difference to me. I am just grateful for the opportunity to avoid.

For someone who isn't bothered you sure make a lot of noise about it  :hi:

Offline NaturalMystique

For someone who isn't bothered you sure make a lot of noise about it  :hi:

It's human nature to be slightly defensive and insulted when someone excludes you purely based on race. I think he is entitled to feel and express that.  It's not as if he is taking negative action

Offline punk

I have been in situations where I could have easily been taken advantage of but never was. I only had one bad experience - which was with a white guy - actually I wouldn't say bad. I woukd say it didn't paint HIM in a good light.

sorry to hear about a bad experience. being taken advantage of by the way is not nice by the way.

Offline punk

It's human nature to be slightly defensive and insulted when someone excludes you purely based on race. I think he is entitled to feel and express that.  It's not as if he is taking negative action

true and its not great for what ever reason to be excluded.

Offline NaturalMystique

sorry to hear about a bad experience. being taken advantage of by the way is not nice by the way.

Thank you.  :kissgirl:



For someone who isn't bothered you sure make a lot of noise about it  :hi:

Again you appear to be struggling, so l will spell it out for you...

I no more wish to spend time with a prostitute who excludes based on race than I do with a prostitute who offers bareback.

I just wish AW would offer a search option based on this preference so I wouldn't have to waste time reading through the profile...

The most I can do at present is to add them to my "black" list.  :D


Again, you're welcome.  :hi:

Offline denneboom

I also prefer to hear upfront if a girl does not want to see a black man. It is disappointing when even the black girls won't want to see you though. I find myself asking girls if they are happy to see a black guy when I'm setting up meetings and one white WG nearly choked when I asked as she had had good experiences with the darkside.

I try not to take the rejection personally. They will miss out on a clean respectful punter who does not barter and is very undemanding. In my regular parlour the girls who I have been with before are very happy for me to choose them, and yet there are girls who refuse to see a black guy and hide in a staff room when I walk in


Due to communication issues (especially with EE's) it can be quite hard at times. On a few occasions I will find a great looking girl, price is fine etc and so I call to confirm.  Just before the end of the conversation it will go quiet (as if they are speaking to someone else, whispering) and then they come back with "You are da black?" (which makes me laugh in my head), when I reply yeah its straight phone disconnected.  Have to admit that brief, harsh moment of rejection due to my race does hit home for that second, but no longer. These are girls who haven't stated it on the profile. So then other times I find myself asking if a girl is ok seeing black guys and will get a laugh and an 'of course!'.

Over time I have seen there is actually quite a negative attitude to black people in many countries (especially European countries). This is something we are kind of sheltered from in somewhere as diverse as the UK. So I guess a lot of it can be down to upbringing and culture. For example I cant imagine a young English WG saying no black men, especially in/around London. I also have an Italian friend who makes me laugh when she tells me the general negative attitude towards black people in Italy. There is actually a nursery rhyme about the black man who will come and get you when you are naughty  :unknown:

So this mindset is definitely out there, but it is just something we are not used to being exposed to in Britian. However this past time means 'just getting used to it'.  Just ask balotelli, kevin prince boateng or any of the black england under 21 players being racially abused and pelted with stones during matches in European countries like Serbia.

You are da black? :thumbsdown: :dash: :sarcastic:
« Last Edit: October 08, 2013, 11:23:54 pm by DavidWHL »

A lot of Europeans grew up with negative connotations of black men embedded in their childhood traditions, usually tied in with christmas and portraying the bad and threatening side of life in stark contrast to the kind, white Santa Claus, with his white long beard. A child at christmas is just ripe for indoctrination, no wonder many end up with the negative perceptions of black people they cling on to as adults. Santa Claus is kind and giving. In many Eastern European and Scandinavian countries he sits alongside a character called Black Pete...to this day.

Black Peter isn’t quite so kindly. He has a notebook in which he documents all the naughty goings-on from the past year, and if the children have been naughty, not only do they miss out on presents, they get chased by Black Peter with a large stick! Then, there is Krampus who is is a beast-like creature from the folklore of Alpine countries thought to punish children during the Yule season who had misbehaved, in contrast with Saint Nicholas, who rewards well-behaved ones with gifts.

Black or brown in colour, Krampus is said to capture particularly naughty children in his sack and carry them away to his lair. Traditionally young men dress up as the Krampus in Austria, southern Bavaria, South Tyrol, northern Friuli, Hungary, Slovenia, the Czech Republic, the Slovak Republic and Croatia during the first week of December, particularly on the evening of 5 December (the eve of Saint Nicholas day on many church calendars), and roam the streets frightening children with rusty chains and bells.

Now tell me, having grown up with those images would you want to have sex with someone who has the same skin colour as these folks?   :crazy: :wacko:
« Last Edit: October 09, 2013, 12:15:08 am by Rickrabbit »

Offline punk

A lot of Europeans grew up with negative connotations of black men embedded in their childhood traditions, usually tied in with christmas and portraying the bad and threatening side of life in stark contrast to the kind, white Santa Claus, with his white long beard. A child at christmas is just ripe for indoctrination, no wonder many end up with the negative perceptions of black people they cling on to as adults. Santa Claus is kind and giving. In many Eastern European and Scandinavian countries he sits alongside a character called Black Pete...to this day.

Black Peter isn’t quite so kindly. He has a notebook in which he documents all the naughty goings-on from the past year, and if the children have been naughty, not only do they miss out on presents, they get chased by Black Peter with a large stick! Then, there is Krampus who is is a beast-like creature from the folklore of Alpine countries thought to punish children during the Yule season who had misbehaved, in contrast with Saint Nicholas, who rewards well-behaved ones with gifts.

Black or brown in colour, Krampus is said to capture particularly naughty children in his sack and carry them away to his lair. Traditionally young men dress up as the Krampus in Austria, southern Bavaria, South Tyrol, northern Friuli, Hungary, Slovenia, the Czech Republic, the Slovak Republic and Croatia during the first week of December, particularly on the evening of 5 December (the eve of Saint Nicholas day on many church calendars), and roam the streets frightening children with rusty chains and bells.

Now tell me, having grown up with those images would you want to have sex with someone who has the same skin colour as these folks?   :crazy: :wacko:



goes back to pagan days some of these are old pagan gods or denities.

Offline Ali Katt

Here we go a picture of the pope dressed as Santa and several Krampus.
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Offline punk

there you have forest, demons st nick bringing the light of hope etc into the world

Here we go a picture of the pope dressed as Santa and several Krampus.
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How could any woman resist the "black man" in the bottom left hand side of that photo, with such a long red tongue at his disposal? Now that would CRAM a PUS for sure (see what I did there?) :cool: Women don't know when they are born!  :D


Hi Im new here but I thought I would just add my personal experience as a black SP born in and working in London. I personally have no problem seeing black men but I know alot of black females that wont due to bad experiences. Yes It is wrong to tar such a large section of people with the same brush because of a few asses but sometimes prevention is so much better than cure.

When I first started out I worked in a couple of parlours that were known to have all black girls only and every time these parlours were robbed it was by black males but later we found out that it was 9 times out of 10 one of the girls boyfriends or an asscoiate that she would tip off when she knew there was alot of money on the premises. All that drama made me give up parlour work and go independant but I can understand that any way an esocrt can avoid danger she will and if that means not seeing a certian type of client then so be it.

If someone really had a dislike or just had no sexual attraction to me because of my skin colour I would rather know before I arrived or even worse handed over my money.

There are plenty of men out there that will not see black women and I know this because when bidding on some r.bookings an email had been sent to me making thier views very clear. Its just preferences x

Offline fredpunter

but for the problem you describe surely the answer would be to avoid working with other girls who cared not a jot for their colleagues and had boyfriends who were robbers .... presumably not every black girl falls into this category, otherwise you'd be describing yourself ..... these threads are very confusing tonight   

At the time we didnt know that this was the case. We thought it was just random attacks but another girl I met recently  had no idea that I also knew someone she knew so she told me about this friend and what she and her boyfriend used to get up to and then it all made sense...geddit?

To clarify abit more the girl that spilled the beans was white, the set up girl was mixed race and the robbers were black and asian..mulitcultural Britain eh :unknown: lol


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