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14th Aug '16 11:11:32 PM wuggles
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14th Aug '16 8:13:19 PM CaptainCrawdad
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** The work is from the same time as the Civil Rights Movement. The black guy "Hud" is a fully accepted member of the otherwise white hippie gang, and the song can be said to say "not only are people of other races not evil, you may even consider having sex with them!". While CaptainObvious these days, it was a radical message back when it was made.
14th Aug '16 8:11:57 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* ''Series/TheNightOf'': Attorney John Stone clearly favors black women. His ex-wife is black, and he's trying to start a romantic relationship with a black prostitute he sees regularly. When he mentions "young urban women" in regards to a court case, his legal partner notes how "well-spoken" that term is.
5th Aug '16 8:15:17 PM DrOO7
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* Implied in the ''Series/LawAndOrder'' episode "Good Girl". A young black man is stabbed to death and the defendant claims that she did so after he raped her and tried to assault her again. The investigation reveals that the two had actually been dating. She concocted the story so that her bigoted father wouldn't find out about their relationship--several years ago, he broke her arm because she was dating ''another'' black guy.
2nd Jun '16 5:52:50 PM Katsuhagi
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** Then there's Archer with his "Mulatto Butts" ringtone.
22nd May '16 3:55:41 PM Fireblood
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* In Creator/TomSharpe's farce of South Africa in TheApartheidEra, (''Literature/RiotousAssembly'') white policemen consider sexually assaulting black female prisoners is a rare perk in an underpaid job. Kommandant van Heerden hiself is not averse - but when he feels the need, he takes it over the border to brothels in Portuguese Mozambique, whhic isn't breaking any South African racial separation law. Liutnant Verkramp, his resident secret policeman, duly keeps a file on his boss to bring out when the time is right.

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* In Creator/TomSharpe's farce of South Africa in TheApartheidEra, (''Literature/RiotousAssembly'') white policemen consider sexually assaulting black female prisoners is a rare perk in an underpaid job. Kommandant van Heerden hiself himself is not averse - but when he feels the need, he takes it over the border to brothels in Portuguese Mozambique, whhic which isn't breaking any South African racial separation law. Liutnant Verkramp, his resident secret policeman, duly keeps a file on his boss to bring out when the time is right.
22nd May '16 3:50:15 PM Fireblood
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* In Creator/TomSharpe's farce of South Africa in TheApartheidEra, (''Literature/RiotousAssembly'') white policemen consider sexually assaulting black female prisoners is a rare perk in an underpaid job. Kommandant van Heerden hiself is not averse - but when he feels the need, he takes it over the border to brothels in Portuguese Mozambique, where isn't breaking any South African racial separation law. Liutnant Verkramp, his resident secret policeman, duly keeps a file on his boss to bring out when the time is right.

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* In Creator/TomSharpe's farce of South Africa in TheApartheidEra, (''Literature/RiotousAssembly'') white policemen consider sexually assaulting black female prisoners is a rare perk in an underpaid job. Kommandant van Heerden hiself is not averse - but when he feels the need, he takes it over the border to brothels in Portuguese Mozambique, where whhic isn't breaking any South African racial separation law. Liutnant Verkramp, his resident secret policeman, duly keeps a file on his boss to bring out when the time is right.



'''Jerry:''' If I like their race, how can that be racist?

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'''Jerry:''' If I like ''like'' their race, how can that be racist?



* ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'': in a sketch about a how-to-find-love seminar, Tracy Morgan's character is only into Chinese transsexuals.

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* ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'': in In a sketch about a how-to-find-love seminar, Tracy Morgan's character is only into Chinese transsexuals.



* In ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'', it would not take a tremendous leap of the imagination to conclude that the Cardassian Gul Dukat has a somewhat creepy fetish for [[RubberForeheadAliens Bajoran]] women. The creepiness comes from the fact that the Cardassians were occupying Bajor at the time, and that he would have been perfectly able to shoot any of them in the head with no consequences if they turned him down, and that all of them were quite aware of it. Some of his detractors suggest that [[SexSlave that was his real fetish]], rather than anything special to do with Bajorans. With the exception of his Cardassian wife, who is occasionally mentioned but never shown onscreen, the only women we see him involved with or interested in are Bajoran.

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* In ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'', it would not take a tremendous leap of the imagination to conclude that the Cardassian Gul Dukat has a somewhat creepy fetish for [[RubberForeheadAliens Bajoran]] women. The creepiness comes from the fact that the Cardassians were occupying Bajor at the time, and that he would have been perfectly able to shoot any of them in the head with no consequences if they turned him down, and that all of them were quite aware of it. Some of his detractors suggest that [[SexSlave that this was his real fetish]], rather than anything special to do with Bajorans. With the exception of his Cardassian wife, who is occasionally mentioned but never shown onscreen, the only women we see him involved with or interested in are Bajoran.



* In George C Wolfe's play ''TheColoredMuseum'', Miss Roj mentions that gay bar "The Bottomless Pit" does not just cater to black men, there are also "The dinge queens, white men who like their chicken legs dark".
* ''{{Hair}}'' often use the song "Black Boys/White Boys" in the same way as the film version.

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* In George C C. Wolfe's play ''TheColoredMuseum'', Miss Roj mentions that gay bar "The Bottomless Pit" does not just cater to black men, there are also "The dinge queens, white men who like their chicken legs dark".
* ''{{Hair}}'' often use used the song "Black Boys/White Boys" in the same way as the film version.
18th May '16 8:24:42 AM LondonKdS
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* In ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'', it would not take a tremendous leap of the imagination to conclude that Gul Dukat has a somewhat creepy fetish for [[RubberForeheadAliens Bajoran]] women, creepy due to issues around consent being muddy. Meanwhile, the Cardassians were brutally occupying the Bajoran homeworld at the time with Dukat as the governor. With the exception of his Cardassian wife, who is occasionally mentioned but never shown onscreen, the only women we see him involved with or interested in are Bajoran.

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* In ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'', it would not take a tremendous leap of the imagination to conclude that the Cardassian Gul Dukat has a somewhat creepy fetish for [[RubberForeheadAliens Bajoran]] women, creepy due to issues around consent being muddy. Meanwhile, women. The creepiness comes from the fact that the Cardassians were brutally occupying the Bajoran homeworld Bajor at the time time, and that he would have been perfectly able to shoot any of them in the head with Dukat as the governor.no consequences if they turned him down, and that all of them were quite aware of it. Some of his detractors suggest that [[SexSlave that was his real fetish]], rather than anything special to do with Bajorans. With the exception of his Cardassian wife, who is occasionally mentioned but never shown onscreen, the only women we see him involved with or interested in are Bajoran.
12th May '16 3:34:28 AM Morgenthaler
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* The 1967 comic-book story [[ExcitedShowTitle "Cold Steel For a Hot War!"]] follows the adventures of Captain Hunter, a Green Beret who is searching the jungles of Vietnam for his paratrooper twin brother, who's been shot down in enemy territory. His guide on this quest is a young South Vietnamese woman who may or may not be a VC double agent; Hunter knows this, and yet he cannot repress his feelings of lust for her, repeatedly referring to her (in the inner-monologue narration) as "an Oriental kewpie doll." Finally determined to get some answers, he unexpectedly grabs the woman and demands that she reveal her true motives before pulling her close to kiss him in a relatively nonviolent SlapSlapKiss moment - whereupon two VC guerrillas leap down from a tree to attack them both (the woman is not a traitor after all) and one of them mocks Hunter's foolishness with "Yankee shouldn't mix war with pleasure; it make him very dead!"

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* The 1967 comic-book story [[ExcitedShowTitle "Cold Steel For a Hot War!"]] follows the adventures of Captain Hunter, a Green Beret who is searching the jungles of Vietnam for his paratrooper twin brother, who's been shot down in enemy territory. His guide on this quest is a young South Vietnamese woman who may or may not be a VC double agent; Hunter knows this, and yet he cannot repress his feelings of lust for her, repeatedly referring to her (in the inner-monologue narration) as "an Oriental kewpie doll." Finally determined to get some answers, he unexpectedly grabs the woman and demands that she reveal her true motives before pulling her close to kiss him in a relatively nonviolent SlapSlapKiss moment - whereupon two VC guerrillas leap down from a tree to attack them both (the woman is not a traitor after all) and one of them mocks Hunter's foolishness with "Yankee shouldn't mix war with pleasure; it make him very dead!" dead!"



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28th Feb '16 11:27:12 AM nombretomado
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* In one ''TheBoondocks'' storyline, Sara (white woman) is upset when she finds out that her husband Tom (black man) [[WhereDaWhiteWomenAt only ever dated other white women]]. He eventually argues back by listing all of ''her'' ex-boyfriends, all of whom have generally black names (one was apparently kicked out of the Nation of Islam for dating her).

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* In one ''TheBoondocks'' ''ComicStrip/TheBoondocks'' storyline, Sara (white woman) is upset when she finds out that her husband Tom (black man) [[WhereDaWhiteWomenAt only ever dated other white women]]. He eventually argues back by listing all of ''her'' ex-boyfriends, all of whom have generally black names (one was apparently kicked out of the Nation of Islam for dating her).
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