Let’s just say some of the Turkish people have racial prejudice while others turn to be way over curious; it’s in their nature.
When they see something foreign to them they want to look, touch and feel it.
I am sure some of my people in Turkey reading this are sitting there like “Whatever! ” and I will but I just want people to get a bigger picture here. Don’t we all act in certain ways because of our past experiences, cultures, norms or values?
I am sitting here thinking of how I should introduce this topic to you because I have a lot to say. My name is Mosa and I am an African; you already knew that didn’t you? While back at home, I never really thought much about my race until I came to Turkey.
I find it very hard to believe that in this era black people continue to cause a great stare amongst other races. I mean, I know I am black but it was never an issue for me.
Turks not only stare at black people but everyone who looks different from them but I suppose when it comes to us it is on another different level.When you are black in Turkey, you are definite you will be gawked at.