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Do Americans Expect Their Business Leaders To Be White?

Chance writes: The reason many Americans regardless of their ethnic background expect their business leaders to be white is because currently — whites still make up the majority of business leaders in America. On top of that many white business leaders working as CEOs, managers, supervisors, and shift leaders do a good job. The white population is still the majority in America, and many of them attended and graduated form the universities with degrees.

They then go and get jobs, and just by whites being the majority in population they naturally produce more job applicants. At the sametime many whites do make good business leaders. So it’s natural for a non white to go to a job and expect to see a white employer because most of the time the employer is white.

There are many competent non white business leaders also; their numbers are just small because non whites do not make up the majority in the population.

Do Americans Expect Their Business Leaders To White? Study Says Yes

Wednesday, July 16th, 2008 by Melissa Lafsky blogs at


Anyone who’s turned on a TV or read a newspaper lately can’t help but notice that race is currently at the forefront of American politics. But the subtle biases operating in the current debate aren’t always obvious, or even visible on the surface. In one example of how embedded racial biases can play out, researchers at Duke, the University of Toronto, and Northwestern business schools found that Americans still overwhelmingly expect business leaders to be white, and rank white leaders as more effective than their minority counterparts.

The study’s data came from 943 undergraduate and graduate students, nearly all of whom had experience working for a company or corporation. They were given fictitious news reports and performance reviews from a fake company and then asked to guess the race of a set of CEOs, project leaders, and other employees described in the materials.

The participants overwhelmingly (up to 72 percent) guessed that the people in power were white, even when the students were told that the company was predominantly African American, Hispanic American, or Asian American. The same “presumption of whiteness” didn’t occur when the subjects assessed the less powerful and accomplished employees.

In experiments where the leader’s race was identified, white leaders were held to be a “better match” with “traditional leader expectations” than were minorities, even when the levels of achievement was the same for both. As a testament to the fact that subconscious bias can cross racial lines, the participants who identified themselves as racial minorities over-guessed whiteness as often as the Caucasian participants.

Prior research has showed that humans develop implicit beliefs about subjective questions like, “What should a leader look like?” and the depth and power of these beliefs in shaping our opinions can’t be overstated (”Not presidential,” anyone?). Identifying and examining these biases, and bringing them to the forefront now, may help us make choices in November that are based on logical reasoning and actual issues, as opposed to subconscious stereotypes.


Note: Makes you wonder why many whites are still living in Zimbabwe — when they know that it is dangerous for them. At the sametime when whites were in power, and controlled the country, they did the same thing to blacks. They murdered them, took black owned tribal lands, racially discriminated against blacks, beat them, etc etc. This is bad karma that has come home against whites. Even many innocent whites — suffer for the evil of their fellow whites.

William Rogers and his wife, Annette

Zimbabwe crisis: White Farming Couple Beaten And Kicked Off Land

David Blair, London Telegraph, June 4, 2008

A white farming couple was assaulted, whipped and shot at after they were given two minutes to leave their property in Zimbabwe.

William Rogers and his wife, Annette, were threatened by three Robert Mugabe supporters, who told them: “We are like hungry lions.”

Dozens of Zimbabwe’s last white farmers have suffered similar ordeals since Mr Mugabe lost the presidential election’s first round in March. Scores of black opposition supporters have been murdered and thousands beaten, abducted or tortured.

After defying the two-minute warning to leave, Mr and Mrs Rogers took refuge in their home on Chigwell farm. A gang of a dozen men soon gathered outside.

“They started smashing windows and the front door was smashed open,” said Mr Rogers. One of the men produced a gun and opened fire. “He fired a shot directly at us which went just over my head and close to my wife’s head,” said Mr Rogers. “He obviously intended to kill us.”

The couple retreated upstairs and listened, terrified, as the gang began heaping together a fire in their living room, using the wreckage of their back door.

“We thought we would be burnt alive, which is when I said that we would come out,” said Mr Rogers. He grabbed a shotgun and led his wife downstairs. The ringleader ordered him to hand over his weapon. Men seized Mrs Rogers and grabbed her by the throat.

Then the mob set upon both the farmer and his wife with sticks and pipes. “They dragged my wife outside and they were trying to strangle her,” said Mr Rogers. “She managed to bite the hand of the man who was grabbing her round the throat.

“He started to beat her. At one time, there were at least four men beating and kicking her.”

Bruised and bleeding, the couple were tied up and hurled into the back of a pickup. Finally, at least five hours after the first calls for help, the local police responded. Four armed officers freed Mr and Mrs Rogers, who were taken to Harare, the capital, for emergency treatment. They are now recovering.

In America it has been noticed by many blacks, that whites often can get away with imitating black culture and not be treated as lower class people. Often whites who play hip hop rap music loud in their cars — are not harassed by the police, and seen as low class type people by other whites and cops.

When a black person sees a white person playing rap music loud in his or her car – the black person realizes, that if they did the samething in a predominately white neighborhood, and the police saw them – they stand a good chance of being pulled over and questioned by the cops.

Many white kids, teenagers, and young adults were baggy clothes, which is a fashion that was started by blacks but these whites are not seen as low class criminals. Often when blacks wear the baggy clothes style they are seen as criminals, gangsters, low class, and trouble makers.

It has to be emotionally and mentally painful, to see others imitate your culture, and not have to worry about the deadly consequences. Yet when some blacks assimilate white culture into their character they are seen by some blacks as not black enough, sell outs, and wanna be (want to be) whites.

Even when other non white ethnic groups imitate urban black culture they are not seen as low class as blacks. They are seen as higher then blacks but lower than whites.

A white person who imitates black culture is seen as non racist by blacks and whites often.

A white man leaves his wife and two kids so he can be with another man is often given sympathy by whites and some blacks. They say he has finally found himself and is a liberated man. He finally came to terms that he was gay (homosexual).

A black man does the samething he is villainized as worthless and a demonic undercover bisexual.

White man shows up to a social event with a tuxedo and tennis shoes on and this is acceptable. A black man does the samething many African Americans (blacks) look at him like he must have forgot to change shoes. Yet both blacks and whites in general will give a white man a pass when he does this.

Often the news media has shown white police officers all over the country on audio video camera pulling over drunken white men — who were driving, and after a few questions the driver admits he is drunk and the officer tells him to get in his car and go home.

Many times blacks who drink and drive are arrested, the majority of them never get a free pass from police to drive themselves home.

A lot of these social differences have their origins in how the black and white racial groups are viewed. Whites as a collective are viewed as more civilized and blacks the exact opposite. These views and stereotypes play out in society, and encompass all spheres of American society.

So you must be aware of how each ethnic group is viewed in society so you will know how to maneuver and avoid certain potentially dangerous pitfalls.

 White And Black Perceptions Of Mixed Race


(White And Black Perceptions Of The Mulatto)


Do blacks and whites secretively feel that there is something different about mixed race people (mulattoes) who are mixed with black and white or mixed with black and some other racial group? Could it be that when blacks look at mixed race people they se apart of themselves but at the same time resent the fact that they see white or some other ethnic admixture in the phenotype of the mixed race person?
Maybe deep down dark skin blacks wish they were as mixed as the mulattoes (mixed race). I am talking about having skin complexions the color of yellowish brown, yellowish red, yellow, beige, tan, or whitish or white skin tone. Some darker skin blacks have let it be known in America and the U.K. — that they feel that the lighter skin mixed race people have it a little more easier in society.
They feel that the lighter skin people also, are seen as more physically attractive and employers who are white prefer them. So with many darker blacks feeling this way this has created a lot of resentment on their part. But it is not the mixed race peoples’ fault that America is currently this way. In 1910 the state of Tennessee passed a law that said all people who have black ancestry (one drop of black blood) are to be considered black regardless of their physical appear

ance meaning even if they looked totally white in phenotype (physical appearance).

Soon many other states followed the state of Tennessee and their own one drop rule laws that said if you have black ancestry then you are black. And, by 1930 the majority if not all states had this one drop rule (ODR) on their law books. This sent and forced many mulattoes who could pass for white to choose either to pass for white or join the black race. Many joined the white race and many joined the black race. This caused many families to be torn apart because some passed for white and some refuse too pass.
The mulattoes who could not pass for white or pass for some other ethnic group were immediately forced into the black race. Many of the mulattoes were already well to do economically and therefore, they were more able to become the leaders of black Americans. Many mulattoes became the political leaders of black America.
The mulattoes contributed educationally, intellectually, politically, and economically to the cultural development of black Americans. Many darker skinned blacks resented the mulattoes. Observing the mulattoes blacks were reminded of whites because of the admixture that many mulattoes had in their genes. Certain blacks also resented the mulattoes who did not look white but obviously had lighter skin complexions.
When the mulattoes were forced into the black race they became known as the light skin blacks (LSB).
Possibly some of the resentment is the result of blacks feeling that their lighter mixed race brethren just have it better, better looking, more intelligent, favored, and often preferred. Blacks should not blame the mulattoes for trying to survive in this world and also, blacks should study history and learn that long ago before 1910 blacks and mulattoes were not considered the same by the majority of whites.
Even in the news papers before 1910 reporters and journalist often used the word mulatto to describe a person of mixed race ancestry. Not all blacks resent mixed race people; some blacks are nice and friendly towards mixed race people. Whites see mixed race people (mulattoes) and probably see something that is very similar to themselves — but yet someone very different. For instance when a white person sees a black person they may see their own unacknowledged dark side. All of the things and characteristics that many whites dislike about black people — the white person who beholds a black person in his visions may see that he has those same characteristics hidden in himself.
Now when whites see a mixed race person who has visible black ancestry or looks ambiguous then there is a problem with the perception. They see two, not one, and this creates a type of psychologically confusion for whites. Seeing the mixed race person creates an uneasy vision and inner conflict inside of many whites.
They are seeing apart of themselves yet someone who is mixed with another race. To put a stop to this confusion certain whites and blacks just say the mulatto is simply a light skin black person, a mono racial, and a type of black person only. By both blacks and whites labeling the mulatto black it is easier to deal with racial reality.
It is easy to deal with a black or white person but blacks and whites find reality more complicated when trying to deal with a phenotype (physical appearance) that is neither black nor white, nether black nor whatever other ethnicity the person is mixed with.
It is easy dealing with right and left but mentally and emotionally complicated dealing with the middle (mixed race). Therefore, race is primarily a discussion on psychological perceptions (ideas, opinions, culture attitudes about what a person who looks like this should be called or which racial group should they be considered apart of etc etc…).

 A barrier for Cuba’s blacks

New attitudes on once-taboo race questions emerge with a fledgling black movement

Miami Staff Report

A barrier for Cuba’s blacks 

Published: Wednesday June 20, 2007

HAVANA — Six-foot-two, brown skinned and with semi-curly hair, Denny walked confidently into a government warehouse for a recent job interview. Sitting across from the white manager, he rattled off his qualifications: high school diploma, courses in tourism, hard worker.

They weren’t good enough: He needed his white brother-in-law to vouch for him, Denny recalled.

"Black people tend to do everything bad here," the manager said.

After Fidel Castro’s revolution triumphed in 1959, he declared that Cuba would be a raceless society, banned separate facilities for blacks and whites and launched a string of free education and health programs for the poor — most of them blacks.

Many blacks people still support Castro, saying that without him they would still be peons in the sugar cane fields. One black Cuban diplomat said he had no hope of an education, and his grandmother no medical care for her glaucoma, until the revolution came along.

But listen to some blacks, particularly those born after 1959, and the failures of the revolution also become clear.

"Everyone is not equal here," said Ernesto, 37, as he dodged traffic on a Havana street. Tall and athletically built, he once hoped to be a star soccer player. He now gets by selling used clothing, and said he’s continually hassled by police just because he’s black.

In recent years, a new attitude has been emerging quietly, almost secretly, among Afro-Cubans on what it means to be black in a communist system that maintains ‘‘No hay racismo aquí” — there’s no racism here — and tends to brand those who raise the issue of race as enemies of the revolution.

"The absence of the debate on the racial problem already threatens . . . the revolution’s social project," wrote Esteban Morales Domínguez, a University of Havana professor who is black, in one of his several little-known papers on race since 2005.

In another paper, he noted that "much of the research that has been done on the subject in general has been put away in drawers, endlessly waiting to be published." Black filmmaker Rigoberto López also broached the sensitive topic in a TV appearance in December, saying that while the revolution had brought about structural changes toward racial equality, "its results do not allow us to affirm that its goals have been achieved in all their dimensions."


Afro-Cubans familiar with the situation say black and white Cubans also have been establishing a small but growing number of civil rights-type groups. The government has not cracked down on such usually illegal activities, but neither has it officially recognized them.

"There is a new momentum, which the government is surely frightened by," said Carlos Moore, a Cuban-born expert on race issues now living in Brazil.

In recent years, the Castro government has been on the defensive on the race question. In last year’s book 100 Hours With Fidel by French-Spanish journalist Ignacio Ramonet, Castro admitted that while the revolution had brought progress for women and blacks, discrimination endures.

"Blacks do not live in the best homes; they’re still . . . performing hard jobs, sometimes less-remunerated jobs, and fewer blacks receive family remittances in foreign currency than their white compatriots," he said.

Still, Castro added: "I am satisfied by what we’re doing to discover causes that, if we don’t fight them vigorously, tend to prolong alienation in successive generations."

But Castro’s own Communist Party and government fall short on the race front. Only four recognizably black faces sit on the party’s 21- member Political Bureau, and only two sit on the government’s top body, the 39- member Council of Ministers.

The highest-ranking black in Cuba is Esteban Lazo, a former party chief in the provinces of Havana and Santiago de Cuba. Lazo was tapped by Castro when he took ill last summer, along with brother Raúl Castro and four others, to help rule Cuba in his absence.

And yet, black faces populate Cuba’s political prisons. Some of the nation’s best known dissidents are black. They include independent librarian Omar Pernét Hernández, mason Orlando Zapata Tamayo and physician Oscar Elias Biscét. The latter was sentenced to 27 years for, among other things, organizing a seminar on Martin Luther King’s non–violent forms of protest.

"Race is the biggest social issue facing Cuba," said Enrique Patterson, a Cuban-born Miami author who writes extensively about race, and calls this nation’s race problem a "social bomb."

"If this problem isn’t addressed, Cuba will not be governable in the future."


Patterson said he believes that while Castro has kept the lid on the race issue by squashing past attempts by blacks to organize or speak out, a post-Castro Cuba won’t be able to contain the frustrations.

"If the Cuban government were to permit black Cubans to organize and raise their problems before [authorities] . . . totalitarianism would fall," he said.

Look beyond the white, brown and black faces in government propaganda murals plastered throughout this island under the slogan Somos Uno — We Are One — and race still divides. Today’s Cuba is more racially and socially integrated than the United States, but it is far from color-blind.

Whites are clearly preferred in the government controlled and highly profitable tourism industry, from taxi drivers to waitresses and hotel maids. Meanwhile, blacks in Old Havana are continually stopped by police for I.D. checks on suspicion of black market activities.

Television programs overwhelmingly show most blacks in menial jobs, and Cubans, like other Latin Americans, still use a cutting expression for a black they admire: El es negro, pero . . . ” — He is black, but . . .

"Just look at the cab drivers lined up in Old Havana," Cito, 52, an Afro-Cuban doctor whispered so his neighbors would not overhear his complaint. "You rarely see someone who looks like me."

Nearly three years ago, Cito, fed up with his paltry government salary and what he described as the racist attitude of his white supervisor, left his post. He now makes his living on the black market, buying meat from farmers in the countryside and selling it in Havana.

"This country has taken away all of my will to live in it," said Cito, 52, whose tiny and sparsely furnished apartment seems like a luxury compared with the rest of his crumbling building. Cito, 52, who is dark-skinned and has the body of a linebacker, recalled his early days in medical school when he dated his now ex-wife, who is white.

He recalled a running conversation his future mother-in-law would have with her daughter: "He’s not a bad guy. I know his family. But there are a lot of other young men in the school you can date. Why him?"

He knew exactly what she meant; she did not want a black son-in-law.


Cuba’s official statistics offer little help on the race issue. The 2002 census, which asked Cubans whether they were white, black or mestizo/mulatto, showed 11 percent of the island’s 11.2 million people described themselves as black. The real figure is more like 62 percent, according to the Institute for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies at the University of Miami.

And the published Census figures provide no way at all to compare blacks and whites in categories like salary or educational levels. Ramón Colás, who left Cuba in 2001 and now runs an Afro-Cuba race-relations project in Mississippi, said he once carried out his own telling survey: Five out of every 100 private vehicles he counted in Havana were driven by a Cuban of color.

The disparity between the census’ 11 percent and UM’s 62 percent also reflects the complicated racial categories in a country where if you look white you are considered white, no matter the genes.

"You know, there are seven different types of blacks in Cuba," said Denny, who now works as a waiter but dreams of a hip-hop career. From darkest to lightest, they are: negro azul, prieto, moreno, mulato, trigueño, jabao and blanconaso.

For Denny, one of six children, the color quagmire astonishes even him sometimes. One sister is married to a light-skinned Cuban who considers himself white, and another is married to a Spaniard. And even though his complexion would allow him to claim something other than black, he says, adamantly and without any reservation, "Me, I am black. I choose to be black."

This identification, he says, was reinforced by his experiences in schools where teachers often favored his lighter-skinned classmates.

"Even though he knew they didn’t have the answer," he recalled of one teacher, ‘‘he would rather call on them than ask me."

And while Cubans of his mother’s and grandmother’s generations readily accept endearing uses of negro or negrito, his peers are treating it as their "N” word.

"It’s unacceptable," said Denny, whose access to the outside world via illegal Internet and satellite TV hook-ups have given him a perspective on race that Cubans in general lack.

He pays for those with U.S. dollars he earns, a relative rarity for blacks. Since whites make up the overwhelming majority of the Cuban exile (population), whites get the bulk of the cash remittances sent to relatives on the island. A study in 2000 by UM’s Cuba studies institute found that the average white Cuban received $81 a year in remittances, compared to $31 for non-white Cubans.

Denny, the would-be hip hop performer, said he also sees racial changes coming through his kind of music, which sometimes defies the government and peppers its rhymes with references to racism.

He remembers one man in particular who landed in jail. ‘‘He was rapping, ‘If you are black, and feel that you are treated equal,’ raise your hand. . . . He was arrested by the police."
A man reads the newspaper as two boys practice drumming in Havana.


On a recent Sunday at a Havana park, a group of mostly black Cubans in their 20s and 30s, including some dreadlocked Rastafarians, carried on an intense discussion on reggae icon Bob Marley, whose songs depicted the black struggle.

"He understands what we are going through," said Omar, 31, proudly showing off a life-size portrait of Marley tattooed on his back.

Such talk can be scary to Cubans who know their history. While blacks made up a good portion of the mambises who fought against Spanish colonial rule, they remained poor and ill-treated after Cuba won its independence. A black revolt in 1912 was brutally crushed, leaving behind hundreds of dead and a deeply ingrained fear.

"Their rights and protection from potential genocide and violence depended on them never trying to organize politically as blacks," said Mark Sawyer, a UCLA professor who spent 11 months in Cuba researching his recently published book, Racial Politics in Post-Revolutionary Cuba.

That kind of talk also likely scares the Castro government.

"There is an unstated threat," Moore said. "Blacks in Cuba know that whenever you raise race in Cuba, you go to jail. Therefore the struggle in Cuba is different. There cannot be a civil rights movement. You will have instantly 10,000 black people dead."

Yet something of a black movement is indeed growing, he added.

"It’s subterranean, and taking place among intellectuals and people in general," said Moore. "The government is frightened to the extent to which it does not understand black Cubans today. You have a new generation of black Cubans who are looking at politics in another way."

But the government still has a hold over black Cubans — the fear that the collapse of the communist system would make their lives even worse.

"Black Cubans are afraid of a return of the people in Miami," Moore said. "They are afraid of a restoration of the U.S. influence. The last link Castro has to the black population is based on those two fears. The third is: They are afraid that the social advantages the revolution brought in terms of health, education and even political participation will be abolished if American influence and white influence are reestablished."

Denny says he shares those concerns, but is willing to take the risk.

"We are never going to be slaves again," he said. "We are not stupid. We know the development of the world . . . We intend to have a better life." 






A barrier for Cuba’s blacks 


Although you may personally choose to embrace one ancestry and ignore another, germs and drugs don’t care about your preferences.

Gene Expression Differences Between Europeans And Africans Affect Response To Drugs, Infections

ScienceDaily (Feb. 29, 2008) — Differences in gene expression levels between people of European versus African ancestry can affect how each group responds to certain drugs or fights off specific infections, report researchers from the University of Chicago Medical Center and the Expression Research Laboratory at Affymetrix Inc. of Santa Clara, CA.

Researchers used Affymetrix exon arrays to show that expression levels for nearly five percent of the 9,156 human genes they studied varied significantly between individuals of European and African ancestry. The research team took an unbiased whole genome approach and found significant differences in several unrelated processes, especially among genes involved in producing antibodies to potential microbial invaders.

The researchers used lymphoblastoid cell lines derived from blood from 180 healthy individuals. They studied 60 nuclear families, including mother, father and child. Thirty of the families were Caucasians from Utah and 30 were Yorubans from Ibadan, Nigeria.

"Our primary interest is the genes that regulate how people respond to medicines, such as cancer chemotherapy," said cancer specialist Eileen Dolan, PhD, professor of medicine at the University of Chicago and senior author of the study. "We want to understand why different populations experience different degrees of toxicity when taking certain drugs and learn how to predict who might be most at risk for drug side effects."

But in the process they saw several other differences. Some, including variation in the immune system’s response to microbial invaders, were expected. Previous studies have found that African Americans may be more susceptible than Caucasians to infection by certain bacteria, such as Porphyromonas gingivalis that causes periodontitis.

Others were unanticipated, including significant differences in expression levels among genes involved in fundamental cellular processes such as ribosomal biogenesis, transfer RNA processing, and Notch-signaling–part of a complex system of communication that governs basic cellular activities and coordinates cell actions.

"Population differences in gene expression have only recently begun to be investigated," said Dolan, "We believe they play a significant role in susceptibility to disease and in regulating drug response. Our current research focuses on how these genetic and expression differences play a role in sensitivity to adverse effects associated with chemotherapy."

Understanding at the genetic level how individuals within and among populations vary in their response to drugs could improve treatment. The University of Chicago team worked closely with Affymetrix on new technology that enabled them to perform a very comprehensive study including evaluation of expression levels of every known gene.

This research appears in the March 7, 2008, print issue of American Journal of Human Genetics, and is published early online. The National Institutes of Health funded the study through a grant to the Pharmacogenetics of Anticancer Agents Research Group. Additional authors of the paper include Wei Zhang, Shiwei Duan, Emily O. Kistner, Wasim K. Bleibel, R. Stephanie Huang and Nancy J. Cox from the University of Chicago Medical Center and Tyson A. Clark, Tina X. Chen, Anthony C. Schweitzer and John E. Blume from Affymetrix.

Adapted from materials provided by University of Chicago Medical Center, via EurekAlert!, a service of AAAS.

This is shocking!!! 

White Woman Infects black Men with HIV For Revenge

This article was taken from this is local

AIDS revenge woman may have infected dozens By Peter Law  

POLICE are searching for men across the country who may have had unprotected sex with a HIV positive London woman who was jailed for giving a lover the killer virus.

Sarah Jane Porter, a 43-year-old mother of one, was yesterday sentenced to 32 months in prison for knowingly infecting her boyfriend of two years with HIV, which then led to AIDS. She pleaded guilty to recklessly inflicting gross bodily harm in court last month. It was reported today that the blonde hair salon receptionist embarked on a campaign of revenge over several years after contracting HIV from a former black lover in 2000, soon after the birth of her son. Police believe Porter regularly had unprotected sex with young black men she met at nightclubs in London and other cities across England. Police denied that they had spoken to 2000 men as part of the investigation, but reports today said police had traced 24 men who they believed had sex with Porter. advertisement But only four men agreed to be tested, one of whom tested HIV positive.

One of the tested men today said Porter was on a "payback mission". "She caught HIV off a black guy and now she’s on a payback mission. All the guys she has slept with are black," he told The Sun. The 37-year-old man had a three month relationship with Porter. "Sarah is very very attractive, the sort of woman any guy would love to be with. But make no mistake she is a very dangerous woman.

She’s sick in the head," he said. "She has had an awful lot of counselling over the HIV but it doesn’t seem to have worked." Police launched their year-long investigation in May last year after the man was told by a mutual friend that Porter had HIV. It was also reported that Porter allowed the 31-year-old man she infected with the virus to believe that he was in fact the source of the infection. In court he said he felt suicidal after he was diagnosed. "Besides the pain already suffered by me, my family and partner, I am petrified about what is to come. I know that my health will deteriorate," he said. Porter was charged in January this year, but she reportedly slept with other young black men while on bail.

Detective Sergeant Brian McClusky said Porter refused to help police trace men that she had slept with. He said the men police had traced may just be the "tip of the iceberg" and urged others to come forward. "Porter herself was a victim. She was infected by another partner so I can understand people thinking that revenge was a motive, but she never told us," he said. National AIDS Trust chief executive Deborah Jack said people must take responsibility for their own sexual health.

"The prospect of the police investigating the sexual history of people living with HIV in this speculative way is profoundly stigmatising, and appears to treat everyone with HIV as a potential criminal," she said. "We seem to be back in the bad old days at the beginning of the epidemic when HIV had to be someone’s fault. "With only 46 per cent of people in 2005 always using a condom with a new sexual partner, it is time we stopped condemning some people living with HIV for majority behaviour. "We must reassert the need for everyone to take responsibility for their own sexual health instead of instinctively trying to blame someone else." 

  AIDS revenge woman may have infected dozens    

 Why Do Many White Women Not Date Asian Men?   


By Chance,

Many White men date and marry Asian females but currently you don’t see a lot of white females marrying and dating Asian men. Part of the reason is because Asian men are seen as less masculine by Americans of all ethnic backgrounds. Not all Americans of various ethnic groups view Asian men this way but they have many members among them who do.

I am talking about Asian men of east Asian and northern Asian descent the Chinese, Japanese, Koreans, Vietnamese, Cambodia, and other Northern and eastern Asian countries.
Asian men are seen as having less masculine bodies, and not so strong personalities, emotionless, silent anger that they seldom express, verbally not good communicators, and physically weak. White men, black men, Latino men, and men of other ethnic backgrounds are seen as more masculine than Asians men.
The reason basically for Asian men being more feminine in physical appearance is because of they produce more estrogen than men of other racial groups. Asian women are more feminine in appearance because they produce more estrogen than other women. This estrogen also influences personality and emotions this makes Asian men display characteristics that often are associated with women.
Some of the characteristics are they keep emotions hidden well meaning it can be difficult to tell when an Asian man is angry. The more testosterone a man produce the more he will show his emotions of anger, joy, sadness, happiness, etc. The less testosterone a man produces the more he is able to keep his emotions hidden.
But when he has kept these emotions hidden for a long time and bottled up whether these emotions are positive or negative when they come out they will manifest very strongly.
The estrogen allows Asian men and women to look younger for many years example a 40 year old Asian man who looks 27 years old.   
Many women from various ethnic groups see Asian men as less masculine, and women in general prefer a masculine man. Asian men in America complain that white women don’t find them attractive enough to be dating partners or marriage. Yet Asian women are seen worth dating or marrying by white men. In the case with Asian women they are seen as very feminine and in the case with Asian men they are seen as less masculine by white women.   
Asian men should understand themselves genetically (estrogen) and make a few changes to themselves. Changes that could be made instead of being introverted and passive excessively in personality become a little more extroverted. Stop being too shy around women regardless of their ethnic background. Do some exercise to build up your body, speak with confidence, use body language (hands, eye contact (not Staring,), a smile once in awhile (not goofy smile), walk with confidence and not as though you are afraid even if one is afraid still walk with confidence because it sends a message of manliness, put a little bass in your when you speak.

Asian men have many handsome men among them. Those that are seen as less masculine, and wish not to be seen that way — just need to make some changes about themselves.       

White Girls Don’t Want Us

(This article is from the blog bitter asian men) 

Point number one is quite simply this: White girls don’t want us. This might seem at first to be a ludicrous complaint: after all, isn’t it ‘natural’ for white girls to want white guys, and white guys to want white girls?

The part that the Asian man is bitter about is not just "White girls don’t want us" but rather "White girls don’t want us, but white guys are all over Asian girls". Plenty of white guys want Asian girls. When this happens, they usually call it a fetish. They might give it names they think are clever like "having the Yellow Fever" or "being rice-ist".

Sure, not all white guys are into Asian girls, but there are plenty that are. Let’s arbitrarily say that 5% of white guys have a thing for Asian girls. So, 5% of white girls should have a thing for Asian guys, right? WRONG. The answer is probably more like 0.05%.

I mean, when was the last time you saw a male Asian porn star? (In a porno from the US of course, not a porno from Japan). And yet, how many female Asian porn stars are there? Okay, so porn is mostly targeted towards men. It might not say anything about the wants and desires of the average white woman. How about trashy romance novels, then? Surely those are the equivalent of porno targeted towards women. I’d be willing to bet that you could scan entire racks of trashy romances at your local supermarket and not find a single one that depicts an Asian man seducing and romancing a white woman. (At least, I have to assume this from all of the cover art.)

So there is this inequity in the white-Asian interracial thing, and the group that ends up with the short end of the stick is the Asian men. This is especially hard for those American-born Asians (ABAs) who grew up in America, speak better English than their parents, grew up among white people, and most importantly, have white standards of beauty. These unlucky guys, having been exposed to the American media all his life, is more likely to want a white girlfriend than an Asian girlfriend. The ABA and his white buddy might both be longing for that cute blond girl next door, but that cute blond girl is going to look at the buddy more often than the ABA.

It boils down to the fact that most white girls don’t even think about Asian men when they picture a ‘datable’ guy. The Asian guy they know is a nice guy, is polite, can help them with their math homework – but is never somebody they would fantasize about wining and dining them. Again, critics will say immediately that it’s only natural for white girls to want white guys. To this I say bullshit. Plenty of white girls are into, say, Latino men as much as (or even more than) white guys. There are also white girls who are into black men as much as or more than white guys (leading some white guys to complain that black men are ‘stealing their women’. These white guys think they might understand what Asian men are going through. In fact, they don’t. They’re complete morons.)

Now hold on, some of you white girls are saying. I’d date an Asian! I’ve got nothing against them! That’s great and all, but before you go patting yourselves on the back, take a good look at the Asian guy you’re picturing in your head as the datable Asian. Does he wear Abercrombie and Fitch and drink lots of beer? If so, he’s not a real Asian. He’s a Twinkie – yellow on the outside, white on the inside, and full of crap. (Also bad for you.) Does he wear Fubu and refer to himself as a nigga? Also not a real Asian. (Heretofore these guys shall be known as ‘Yellow M&Ms’ – thanks Kono). If, on the other hand, he’s got glasses and is more versed in chemical engineering than trendy clothes, you’re a saint. (Give me your number.)

So in summary, Asian men are bitter about white women not wanting them not because they believe that all white women should want them, but because the trend of white women not wanting Asian men is not similarly mirrored in the trend of white men wanting Asian women. When a white girl meets an Asian guy, she almost instantly categorizes him in the ‘not datable’ column – most likely done unconsciously, but done all the same. The Asian guy is a good guy to know, but apparently not a choice to date. 


Mixed Race Babies Were Sent To America

Imagine if you are a man, and you find out that your wife has gotten pregnant by a man from another race. Or if you are a woman and you find out your husband has gotten another woman pregnant, or if you are a boyfriend and your girlfriend has gotten pregnant by another dude. A girlfriend finds out that her boyfriend has gotten another woman pregnant.

All of the emotional pain that is caused due to infidelity sets in. During World War 2 many black American soldiers where sent to and stationed in England UK at military bases there. While there many black soldiers had sexual relationships with married British women, and got them pregnant.     

The wives often wrote to their white Husbands — who where in the British military fighting against the Germans. These husbands where fighting in France, Germany, and other parts of Europe where German soldiers where located. After the war ended many of the mothers did not want these mixed race children because their husbands did not want to raise them. The British government sent many of these mixed race children to the United States of America. In America the children where put up for adoption.       
Mixed-race babies ‘were sent to the US’

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