Disgusting commercial. Everyone has different views on interracial relationships, and as Ive posted about myself personally I am a white male who has dated/slept with many Middle Eastern women. I don't consider that bad though, because I feel some races mix better than others, and I find it acceptable because whites and Middle Easterners are fully Caucasian. That's good enough for me, and in fact my position is more accurately defined as pro-Caucasian than anything else. White & Middle Eastern is a Nice Mix in my opinion White & Asian/Hispanic is not my preference, but I can at least tolerate it on some level. White & Black is just ugly, repulsive and I find these couples ugly and hard to look at. The worst possible mix. Asian & Black is also repulsive. Hispanic & Black is also repulsive. In my opinion. Of course, thats just my own personal opinion and I don't ask that anyone necessarily agrees with that, that's just my own opinion though. Where I'm going with this discussion though is concerning a mis-portrayal of the realities of interracial relationships. These commercials always seem to show white women with black, or dark skinned men. Of course, in my everyday life I do see some white females with black men. But I also see a number of white men with Asian females, or white men with black females, yet none of these instances are ever really brought up in commercials. Which is simply a misrepresentation of reality. So I think there is a bias in that respect and it shows that commercials aren't really anti-white. They're more accurately anti-white man. The entire goal of these commercials is to emasculate white men and reinforce guilt in white men. This is true even concerning representations of interracial relationships, by blatantly exaggerating one side of the spectrum (white female/black male), while ignoring the other (white male/ non white female). Not only does the media push interracial relationships, they push a certain type of relationship specifically (light female/dark male), even when reality and demographic trends are far from that.