14 days ago
I heard that app is for snow queens, coons and racists who love BBC.
that's just him. not all.
I mean I have met really many cool black guys on the app but it's crazy that this mentality still exists. I guess it depends on location
I pretty much ignore Africans. For the most part they want nothing to do with us. I refuse to have someone from the poorest, war torn, undemocratic region if the planet tell me how much better they are than me and how much better the culture they are clearly choosing not to return to is than mine.
I only get attention from white guys and mixed guys, so do not be surprised.
In all honesty...many foreigners...see Americans as a stepping stool.
You want the cream of the crop? White man. He is the international image of wealth and status.
And as a gay black man who is shunned...who can you partner with to bask in the glow of their image? A white man.
It is sad, but many men, foreign or not...would rather have a white guy on their arm than any other color.
Pretty much....trying to get a black guy to reply to you is a struggle
All I get is pictures of pink holes all day.
Why have you been ignoring me?
Then why do you use it?
I guess I keep hope that we will find common ground. That one day they will see that African-Americans are as much snowflakes as any other race
I have bird fu blocked but I hope he comes in and argues about this. Oh wait its the only advantage the ugly, flat ass, baby dick, too slow for the short bus bitch has.
So today I was perusing the popular app (Grindr) and I happened to encounter a beautiful African bottom who wouldn't give me the time of day but told my white roommate that he isn't into African-Americans. Why is there such a divide between us? I have noticed a lot of Africans who don't like African Americans. Care to comment @adminsex ?
When have I ignored you?
All the time.
As many times as I've thrown myself to you and you still won't give ME the time of day? Give me a break with this story! lol, but honestly I think Africans and African Americans just jump to conclusions about each other because of what's seen on television. AA's can be as equally dismissive of Africans. If we all took time to treat each other as decent human beings and stop stereotyping, maybe we could come together.