I really don't know why many people have an obessession for white-coloured guys or women. Especially in India , the craziness for white is too much. People have this presumption that white is a kind of "superior or high class or dignified or attractive or pure" colour or something. Are the other colours(dark) considered dirty or something!! If that is the case I have something for those guys.There are many things which can be considered as gross in white colour. For example crow shit, phlegm(the white kind), different kinds of white fungi, the milk got from the cow's "udder" etc. Although I do not mean any of them. So what I am trying to say is it is all in our mind. It is a pre-conceived notion that we have.We must change that kind of thinking.
In the recent years the trend has gone worse. In the begining there was the so called "fairness" cream for women only. Now there are separate fairness cream products for men too...OMG...I have even seen a few advertisements with film stars endorsing it.
his face behind when some beautiful girls approach (I dont understand why the heck he is covering his face!!!) and then the actor comes and advices the guy to buy that fairness cream product, after which they show a clearly photoshop'd face and all the girls come tohim(LOL). Really, this photoshop software is proving to be a success and many people fall for it.
In a recent film that I saw, the lead actor says a one-liner in tamil "Vella figure ah rich-u girl ah paathu pesi correct-u panni kalyanam pannala......." loosely translated as "I will try to woo and marry a girl who is 'white' and 'rich' " with more stress on the words white and rich. I have another doubt that has irked me for a long time. In Hinduism, Lord Krishna was actually born dark. The Sanskrit word in its origin language Kṛṣṇa is primarily an adjective meaning "black", "dark" or "dark-blue". But till now I have seen Krishna depicted in a light sky blue colour.
People have to realise that they cannot change their skin colour , maybe they could make it shinier. I heard that the maximum colour you can have is the colour of the skin between your knuckles. Every person has a unique skin colour. Anyways that is not the point, 'what matters is not the the external appearance but the internal appearance only'.
P.S: I thought of giving the title 'Black or White - It is not a difference' but decided not to, because that
could mean I am a racist and secondly it is the same name as that of the Michael Jackson's song 'Black or White'....(:P)