Contrary to what black folks throughout the diaspora may think, this light vs darkskin thing didn't start after the transatlantic slavery. It doesn't even exclusively affect black Africans today. You can find Indians and other highly melanated Asians going through the same ordeal of having inferiority complexes and preferences throughout their community regarding lighter skin. I don't think that anyone should be ostracized for having a preference for a certain complexion when it comes to who they desire sexually. If we notice that all of a person's partners are of one shade then we need to respect their choice. I'm even more strongly against anyone that publicly extols the virtue of their preference while also speaking negatively about the complexion that they least appreciate. The people with inferiority complexes regarding their complexion need to realize that is the case and closely monitor how they approach the matter so that they add to the solution and not the problem.