Do black men hate black women dating white men
So perhaps color doesn’t matter in this case, as long as a woman can find someone who treats her well.
By dating a black man, we don’t think that’s an extension of “I have black friends, therefore I’m not racist.” If we were racist, we wouldn’t be dating a black guy in the first place.
I’ve always been a "Daddy’s Girl" and I would never intentionally date a specific race in an attempt to “lash out” at either of my parents.
While it’s true that a woman is more likely to date and marry someone who looks similar to her father, it’s also true that she’ll choose a life partner who shares the same qualities as her father.
Black people make up 14.4% of the American population, which means there are roughly 21.5 million black men living in America.
Cut that number in half to account for the black children, now that’s 10.75 million.
I’ll start off by saying that I don’t intend for this article to speak for all white women/men or all black men/women.
I exclusively dated white men for many years prior to very recently entering the interracial dating scene.
These are some of the stereotypes I’ve witnessed, along with things people have actually said to me, or things I’ve read online.
Nor are white women trying to take anything away from black women.
A white friend of mine who was dating a black guy in school (who is now her husband) says that she was quick to experience pushback, when she would hear things such as “she’s taking our good men! There are plenty of black men who exclusively date black women and in those cases, white women don’t have any sort of edge.
We know that there will always be people who will never accept interracial relationships and while we enjoy making those people squirm with discomfort, our dating preference is not a statement to change their narrow minds.
Of course, it’s possible that a white woman had a traumatic experience with a white man, which makes her look to other races for love and stability in a relationship; but, this is not always the case.
And sometimes you surprise yourself and end up being attracted to someone you never thought you would be because they’re not traditionally your “type.” My white friend who is married to a black man said, “it’s just him I fell in love with. ” There’s this stereotype that white women who date black guys are trying to “show off” or to make white men jealous of black men. Plus, all the males in my family are white and I have nothing but respect for them, so how can I think I’m better than them?