1. Standard memberRBHILL
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    http://www.eternallifeblog.com/2014/03/07/middle-school-girls-forced-lesbian-kiss/

    Also at the school district that I live in children can even play tag.

    Also interesting when you go to edit you can change the title but once someone looks at it you can't change it that's interesting.
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    09 Mar '14 22:33
    Originally posted by RBHILL
    http://www.eternallifeblog.com/2014/03/07/middle-school-girls-forced-lesbian-kiss/

    Also at the school district that I live in children can even play tag.

    Also interesting when you go to edit you can change the title but once someone looks at it you can't change it that's interesting.
    Wut?
  3. Zugzwang
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    10 Mar '14 00:00
    Originally posted by RBHILL
    http://www.eternallifeblog.com/2014/03/07/middle-school-girls-forced-lesbian-kiss/

    Also at the school district that I live in children can even play tag.

    Also interesting when you go to edit you can change the title but once someone looks at it you can't change it that's interesting.
    Reportedly, this was an anti-bullying workshop for 13-14 year old girls.
    What seems at issue was a 'judgment call' about the limits of a role-playing
    exercise. Personally, I don't have a problem with the adult supervisor
    encouraging a girl to ask another girl for a kiss. At that point, however,
    a girl should have the right to say she feels uncomfortable, if she does,
    and not proceed with the exercise. Certainly, none of the girls should be
    coerced into kissing or being kissed against one's will.

    I have been in role-playing workshops wherein I have been encouraged or
    even required to participate in exercises designed to test my limits or to
    stretch my boundaries. I have been placed in some quite uncomfortable
    or embarrassing situations. While I don't think that I always got as much
    out of those unfamiliar experiences as I was supposed to, I did survive
    without feeling that I was necessarily ruined for the rest of my life.

    For whatever it's worth, I attended a dramatic workshop in which a young
    actress was asked to dance with and then kiss (on the lips) a young actor.
    She's white and he's Asian. She was obviously extremely uncomfortable.
    While she denied having any racial prejudice, she made an excuse, claiming
    that her 'moral beliefs' prevented her from doing the exercise. Her 'moral
    beliefs' seem to have quite adaptable because she later completed that
    same exercise with a white actor. No one asked how the Asian actor felt.
  4. Standard memberRBHILL
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    10 Mar '14 01:46
    Originally posted by Duchess64

    For whatever it's worth, I attended a dramatic workshop in which a young
    actress was asked to dance with and then kiss (on the lips) a young actor.
    She's white and he's Asian. She was obviously extremely uncomfortable.
    While she denied having any racial prejudice, she made an excuse, claiming
    that her 'moral beliefs' prevented her from doing the exerci ...[text shortened]... later completed that
    same exercise with a white actor. No one asked how the Asian actor felt.[/b]
    That's weird, Maybe he was ugly? Maybe she knew where his lips have been?
  5. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    10 Mar '14 02:45
    Originally posted by RBHILL
    http://www.eternallifeblog.com/2014/03/07/middle-school-girls-forced-lesbian-kiss/

    Also at the school district that I live in children can even play tag.

    Also interesting when you go to edit you can change the title but once someone looks at it you can't change it that's interesting.
    Apparently the girl was forced "to ask" for a kiss.

    I doubt very much if anyone was forced to do anything ... just seems like harmless role-play.
  6. Zugzwang
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    10 Mar '14 03:403 edits
    Originally posted by RBHILL
    That's weird, Maybe he was ugly? Maybe she knew where his lips have been?
    I was there. About everyone knew that this white woman was just trying
    to excuse her racial prejudice. Her kind of prejudice is considered widely,
    if not usually, acceptable; she would have been treated more adversely if
    she had shown similar prejudice against a black man. Given that she's
    prejudiced against *only* a (heavily stereotyped) Asian man, people like
    RBHill seem quick to come up with rationalizations excusing her prejudice.

    Racial prejudice is very common against men of East Asian heritage,
    particularly in the context of any physical intimacies with white women.
    In Hollywood films, East Asian men tend to be shown, if they are at all,
    as extremely narrow, factually inaccurate, often demeaning stereotypes.
    With rare exceptions at most (such as in a biopic of Bruce Lee, who really
    was married to a white woman), East Asian men are never shown as
    physically (how many East Asian male models are there in the West?) or
    sexually attractive at all, particularly for white women.

    In Hollywood today, the ultimate taboo interracial heterosexual relationship
    is *not* between a white woman and a black man, it's between a white
    woman and an East Asian man. I have done some research on this issue,
    and I can think of some rare exceptions at most.

    The 2001 Hollywood film 'Kiss of the Dragon' starred Jet Li and Bridget Fonda.
    Contrary to the normal conventions that apply when the hero has saved
    the heroine's life, Jet Li and Bridget Fonda don't kiss or share any physical
    intimacy in the film. (If the roles had been racially reversed, the white hero
    certainly would have kissed and likely have been shown sleeping with the
    East Asian heroine whom he had rescued.) Reportedly, an alternative ending
    had been shot in which Jet Li does give a (chaste) kiss to Bridget Fonda.
    This ending was shown to (generally white) American focus groups, who
    responded in an overwhelmingly negative way. Apparently, most white
    Americans in the focus groups regarded an East Asian man kissing a white
    American woman at all as unwelcome, offensive, or simply disgusting.
  7. Standard memberRBHILL
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    10 Mar '14 04:154 edits
    Originally posted by Duchess64
    I was there. About everyone knew that this white woman was just trying
    to excuse her racial prejudice. Her kind of prejudice is considered widely,
    if not usually, acceptable; she would have been treated more adversely if
    she had shown similar prejudice against a black man. Given that she's
    prejudiced against *only* a (heavily stereotyped) Asian man ...[text shortened]... Asian man kissing a white
    American woman at all as unwelcome, offensive, or simply disgusting.
    I kissed a Mexican once. I don't care what color they are but of course looks matter. I would go for Vanessa Williams and Tyra Banks oh and Alyssa Keys.

    Growing up too I had a lot of Hmong friends and always liked the girls too. But it goes all around too. A lot of girls would go with me for being white. My parents have Lebanese friends and that dad would never let then date. And must marry someone of that Culture. One still married a white man. My grooms man who is a Mexican his sister is marrying a white man in SF and I had the hots for her.

    When I was growing up I would only date people if they were Republicans and Catholics at the time I was a Catholic. It's kind of ironic too that I got turned down by Catholics who were not white. I could've maybe married even a Mexican but her and her family had moved away in junior high. I turn down a white Catholic girl once because she was a Democrat. And didn't like Reagan and didn't like movies which I like movies as much as I like chess.
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