This isn't a rant, but I have been curious about this for years.
Do white people find that hard to tell the difference between black people?
I'm black.. and I have been compared to: Sisko from star trek deep space nine, Jake Sisko from stak trek deep space nine, Sisqo (whom I hate) the "R&B" singer person, Ian Wright old england footballer, and one even This man Chris Eubank, retired boxer. Are these people so similar looking, that so many people believe they really do look even remotely alike? Through my eyes these guys couldn't look more different if they had different numbers of horns growing from their faces. Yet somehow I have regularly been told I look like all five of them. This only ever gets said by white people too (don't mean to sound racist so sorry if I offend). Never once another black person (african or carribean or otherwise), indian, south american, or native american.
I'm starting to believe a great deal of people only look at people's hair to tell them apart from others.
Someone explain this phenomenone to me in a way I can fathom in the slitghtest way?