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Depends on the circumstance . I refuse to dislike all white people . My own race will turn on me for white person in a heart beat .
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LOL

On the job, i treat all my clients/customers the same (except after 1 incident... i remember not talking to any White person but then I felt bad and came to my senses)

But I will say that when I was in school, I had several White friends. They were cool as hell but they were my 'surface friends'. I wouldn't expect any deep conversations with them unless it had to do with our major. But most of the White girls in my class eventually knew I gave no F*CKS about them

Probably thought I had an "attitude" lol
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i treat everyone the same...
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Originally posted by babyk94 babyk94 wrote:

I treat people the way I want to be treated
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Color/race doesn't affect how I treat anyone, that's discrimination lol
I live in a predominantly white area (but it's still mixed with Black, Middle Eastern, Asian, a lil Hispanic) so I've grown up around them, interact with them at work, ect.
The only time it's made a difference is when it comes to certain disagreements/confrontations (in a school or work setting). White women tend to lose their composure over things so easily or try to avoid ruffling any feathers all together, and I've used that to my advantage on several occasions. 
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Originally posted by JGCwayZeBaby JGCwayZeBaby wrote:

Color/race doesn't affect how I treat anyone, that's discrimination lol
I live in a predominantly white area (but it's still mixed with Black, Middle Eastern, Asian, a lil Hispanic) so I've grown up around them, interact with them at work, ect.
The only time it's made a difference is when it comes to certain disagreements/confrontations (in a school or work setting). White women tend to lose their composure over things so easily or try to avoid ruffling any feathers all together, and I've used that to my advantage on several occasions. 
The same could be said about black women. We can be too emotional sometimes.
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Originally posted by Yardgirl Yardgirl wrote:

Originally posted by JGCwayZeBaby JGCwayZeBaby wrote:

Color/race doesn't affect how I treat anyone, that's discrimination lol
I live in a predominantly white area (but it's still mixed with Black, Middle Eastern, Asian, a lil Hispanic) so I've grown up around them, interact with them at work, ect.
The only time it's made a difference is when it comes to certain disagreements/confrontations (in a school or work setting). White women tend to lose their composure over things so easily or try to avoid ruffling any feathers all together, and I've used that to my advantage on several occasions. 
The same could be said about black women. We can be too emotional sometimes.

The same could be said about anyone. I'm just going off of my personal experiences, which happened to have involved white women. 
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I should have posed the question differently. I am not talking about the workplaces - that's a toughie. I am talking about being free to express yourself freely without hesitation in social setting, on the street etc. Are you careful what you say/post on FB for example if you have them on there? or are you acutely aware that they're there and you don't want to cause upset? 

I know quite a few 'radical' (can't think of a better word right now) people indoors but they're absolutely different outdoors. 

I think for most of us, we treat people how we would like to be treated, regardless of colour, faith etc but there is no denying that there are some people who are polar opposites when they are faced with yts. 

I am not explaining this well as I am tired - might try later.   
 
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Are you talking about putting a front simply because the person is white ?  NVM . Waits .
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