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After an engaging conversation and clear chemistry between them, though, she rejected his request for her number, and called him out for dismissing her as a romantic prospect because she is dark-skinned and Black; she even uses his own dating profile history to demonstrate his unconscious bias against women who look like her.did not lapse into repeating the lazy trope that Black women who take issue with the anti-Black dating preferences of Black men are simply jealous of white women.After Sara breaks off the relationship and Chenille confesses their conversation to Derek, she apologizes for inserting herself saying, "You can't help who you love," and contrasts the difficulties of her teen motherhood with the implied bliss of his relationship with Sara.By connecting the two sentiments, the movie inadvertently reveals that it is punishing Chenille for her views by preventing her from having a loving relationship.Instead, it presented a nuanced portrait of what it is like to navigate the racial dynamics of dating in a world where Black women are repeatedly told that factors beyond their control make them inherently less desirable than women of other races.A 2017 piece in Lainey Gossip about the dissolution of actor Jesse Williams' marriage to his Black wife (and the rumors that he had since taken up with white actress Minka Kelly) describes this in-between feeling of resistance and resentment as "The Wince": To the uninitiated, The Wince can be hard to explain.In response, Adeena becomes enraged when the three meet up later at a Black club, asserting that Samantha doesn't belong and that she'll never understand why because "it's a Black thing." After Samantha tells her off for not being "open-minded" Adeena grabs her by the hair and starts a fight that is then broken up by Chivon and security.
Naturally, Tami is a dark-skinned Black woman with natural hair, and Sabrina is blonde and soft-spoken.
Sara replies that she doesn't understand the animosity because their relationship is between the two of them, and that it shouldn't matter what other people think.