Although classification by colour is simple to do, the end result is of little value for the following reasons: colour does not have a direct relation with glass type (the common green, amber, and brown glass colours can occur in soda, potash, and lime glasses; many lead glasses are coloured); colour is not related to the technology of glass object production (i.e., it has nothing to do with whether the glass is free blown, mould blown, pressed, or machine made); colour is only weakly related to the function of the object (almost all colours can be found in all types of objects, an obvious exception being "black" glass which does not occur in tableware).
Given these factors there is little justification for using colour as a means of classification.
Even e Harmony and jumped on the mobile dating app bandwagon and adopted the swipe system.
It allows you to swipe right for profiles that interest you and left for those that don’t without the guilt of hurting someone’s feelings.
Give me your ancestral lineage dating back three millennia, please. I'm a piece of crap that feels entitled to knowing everything about you. I accept whatever answer you chose to share with me as specific enough and will now volunteer where I'm from in order to have a two-sided conversation about hometowns." Ultimately, the problem with these lines is that they refuse to see women as nuanced people and generalize any "otherness" as some monolith of experience.
The idea that women of color are something to try and experience as opposed to people to get to know is problematic and perpetuates the idea that white women are the standard of womanhood.
Like trusty turquoise and brown, RW B exemplifies that even the most classic or versatile color scheme can be played out with overuse.
So, whether you’re years deep in a charmingly fairy tale-esque romance with your beau or you’re just now firing up to dive into your first, here are seven things to remember as a white person involved with a person of color.
Dating can be extremely time-consuming, especially when you have a million things going on as most of us millennials do.
Gerrard realized that online dating helped break down dating barriers, but more so, he realized that mobile dating allowed users to make connections anywhere at any time right from their phone.
It's hard enough to be a woman of color out here, so before you pull out your A-game ice-breaker of a race comment, stop and think.
Do you actually want to get to know us or are you just looking to mark off a checklist?