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Shutterstock For the longest time, I have been told that I am the “type of black girl” that white guys would be falling over themselves to date.
I would always get defensive and force them to explain how they came to this conclusion.
It seemed the more I divulged the more heightened the interest became.
I started to feel a sense of guilt that my heritage was what set me apart from the rest of the pack.
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