Watch A Hilarious Skit Illustrating The Stereotypes We Assign Each Other In The Dating World

Joseph Lamour

As someone who dates outside of his race quite often (I look forward to your candygram, Zachary Quinto), I know the harm in microaggressions, or interactions that can be interpreted as small acts of non-violent aggression.

I have heard on multiple occasions that a partner "loves the contrast of our skin." And while the sentiment is nice (I mean, it is nice), it only serves as a reminder that I'm not quite the same as them — and never will be.

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