I made a response to my wifes blog, which at this time is a discussion on moving up in position with the company she works for. Anyway where she is going it will be predominately black. In my comment I used the words "black folk" and "white folk". She could not believe I said this. It just totally confused me as to why. She says she couldn't say that where she works. I don't think I have a prejudice bone in my body. My closest friends at work are black. Outside of work most of my dealings are with black people. Being not prejudice, doesn't mean not seeing color. When talking with my friends, and I want to describe someone, I have to put in words like "black guy or black chick", "white guy or white chick", or Hispanic or asian. I mean how else can you describe someone without using these kinda terms or similar one. No-one seems to mind and they do the same things.
My wife is an ENFJ, and she said something like "being and ENFJ she couldn't say things like that". I dunno maybe I'm misunderstanding her.
Any insight on this would be great.