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But when it comes to sex, Jim says our brains apparently work in some important similar ways. And then boy asked, but it's not like having a preference makes you a racist, right? SHAW: It's been two years since the experiment began. I was, like, weirdly stuck in this comfort zone of these, like, white guys - whether it was because, you know, they approached me, whether it was because they were the people I was around, that was just what I had gotten used to. Does it make them feel less guilty about gentrifying the neighborhood?
Life happened. SHAW: And if you repeat the pleasure with that person or set of characteristics over and over again SHAW: In fact, at the time, L saw herself as the opposite of racist - someone working to build a world free of racism, of all the isms.