And I think it's sad that you're alone and hurt, but I fail to believe that white women are out to emasculate you.
Is there anything else that makes you feel like a man besides being with a woman? Please tell me there's more to it than that.
Maybe you should try an online dating service or something - let a woman get to know your mind a little bit before you go out.
It isn't an insult to be asked out on a date, and it sure as hell isn't sexual discrimination.
I guess you've never been asked out by someone you consider extremely creepy, then have to feel like a jerk for rejecting them, and since you work together, you have to see them five days a week and feel incredibly uncomfortable whenever you see them. Gee, great work environment.
There are appropriate times to ask someone out, and in my limited experience, it usually involves:
I don't know where you got the idea that people think it's wrong for a man to love a woman. I don't know anyone who thinks this. I do, however, know lots of people (including myself) who think that women in the workplace would rather get their jobs done than be seen as sexual gratification objects.
Except if the workplace is a strip club, in which case, that's the whole point.
posted by beth at 8:54 AM on August 1, 2000
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