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In the course of the story, the dark-skinned character would rise to great prominence, but would then be humbled by a light-skinned character and would then ‘learn’ his or her lesson in humility and accede to the superiority of the light-skinned hero.This poison has been fermented over thousands of years and has been ingrained into our culture to such an extent that we consider it extremely ‘normal’.When she came into my life, in 2015, she saved me from an abyss of hopelessness and made me feel like I was a child again, free of regrets, full of dreams and optimistic about the next day.I was conscious about her race and ethnicity and all the precious baggage that they came with.The natural course for me as a dark skinned South Indian man was to find a girl who was fair because that is the accepted norm.When I landed on US shores, I had an abundance of fairness so to speak. I see lots of movies and u can called me movie freak... I think to find ur soulmate in ur best friend is the key to any successful relationship...
But, sadly, at the heart of it all is the discrimination based on color.
Furthermore, society also teaches us that black people are untrustworthy, dangerous and that we must always be on guard around black people.
The most natural instinct taught to me covertly and overtly was to stay away from black women.
In the very limited context of dating and relationships, all of these biases play a huge role in determining one’s choice of partner.
Indian society teaches us to reject anything dark and aspire for fairness.