It's called compartmentalisation. As long as I'm cringy online, I'm not cringy in real life. Obviously it doesn't work 100%, but when I tried not to be cringy online, I definitely acted much cringier in real life.
Now that's a look that could be used to define the word "seductive".
Third one is beautiful, also a rare example of a woman short hair actually suits.
>I'm worried about being racist for having that preference
Having sexual preferences regarding people's appearance doesn't make you racist. It can
become colourist is if you inherently tie people's skin colour to their sexual attractiveness and then their sexual attractiveness to their worth, but even then it wouldn't be the same as simply tying people's skin colour to their worth; in practice it'd likely manifest in similar ways, but the mindset would still be different enough that I wouldn't think it counts as colourism but rather lookism influenced by colourism.
The reason I said "colour" and "colourism" is that you said you have a preference for pale skin, not "whiteness". Even in the worst case, where you'd tie people's worth to it, it wouldn't be racist; it'd be colourist. Pale skin has always been considered attractive in much of Asia, too, and trying to connect that to some innate desire for "whiteness" is a literal Nazi idea. Now, if it was preference for some loosely defined "white features" or "Asian features" or whatever, that'd arguably be racist since you'd internalise the pseudoscientific concept of race even if only for reasons of aesthetic categorisation... but if you didn't connect it to their value as people, it'd be just an aesthetic subjective sexual preference.
I get that in America race can be argued to be an actual thing, at least when talking about people who no longer identify with their ancestral ethnicities, but the whole world isn't America. Unfortunately it is true that increasingly more people at least in the west internalise race as a "biological reality", rejecting scientific consensus due to American influence... but just because people accept something as real doesn't mean it is real, let alone that it's good.
I'm not saying "racism isn't a factor in sexuality" because it can
be, but if you acknowledge that the concept of race itself is pseudoscientific (as it has been proven to be), you're not going to have racist sexual preferences in any practically meaningful way. If you explicitly racialise your preferences and think in terms of "would it be racemixing?", that's how racist preferences are born. If you just think "I like [features]" without connecting them to "race" for the purposes of "compatibility" or whatever, then that's not racist by any means and you shouldn't worry about it or you'll only repress yourself.
>I'm afraid of fetishizing a certain kind of people and seeing them as nothing more than sex objects
The solution is literally to just see them as more than sex objects... which I'm pretty sure you already do, since you're concerned about it. If you don't see them as just sex objects now, you won't suddenly wake up one day and realise that you've come to completely disregard their humanity and only view them as nothing morethan sex objects. If that did happen, you'd have bigger issues.
>Is that fucked up?
No, as long as you don't encourage people to cut so that they'd become sexier to you. Obviously that would be really fucked up. I still wouldn't kink-shame people for cutting fetishes, though, as long as they did it (reasonably) safely and consensually in the sexual context... but that's an entirely different thing, though.
I'd never heard of them before, but HOLY SHIT MY FUCKING DICK. I know what I'll be fapping to in a moment.