but most white guys just can’t see their way to it.
Same with me, and I love a big butt on a woman, as long as that thing is firm.
To be blunt: White guys, you often approach black women in a harmful way.
Most white men are unaware of the microaggressions towards their black partner that make their chances for a second date slim to none.
Remember all those expressions from the 1960’s and 1970’s (and some people still use today)? The white man does have all the power, in being with him a black woman gets the inside track on what around this guy. He’s not going to argue over every little nutty issue like a black man will. Nothing I made happen, it’s just my personal experience.
The man’s keeping people down, the man’s got all these conspiracies… For a white man, life is an individual effort, there’s no systematic effort to keep him down. He may be one of those guys collecting Star Wars, Star Trek and obscure 1950’s movie memorabilia off of e Bay. The list is incomplete, but there are plenty more reasons to decide why white men are a better choice than black men.
But white guys are not into ‘bakery rolls” and folds of excess flesh. One more thing, and its an important one – I’m in a long-term, monogamous relationship with a black woman right now, and I could not be happier.
And while of course the topic of race should be an ongoing conversation with your significant other, things would go a lot smoother if men — — were able to identify and prevent racial tension from the very beginning.
I wish I could say that I’m surprised and appalled by the ignorance that white men tend to show when they approach me, but I’ve come to expect it.
While white men are not the only group to hold racial biases and stereotypes against black women, they tend to be the least informed on the racialized and gendered issues that black women endure.
He has the money to buy the food, clothing, housing, etc. I make good money, and as far as I’m concerned, my job is to drive the car, and to pay for, well, whatever. One of the black women I dated wore hers natural, and I’m cool with that, too. It is always funny, and sometimes hilarious, to see what they get worked up about. Here’s another one you left out: Black guys care whether you’re light-skinned or dark, but most white guys just don’t care at all.
We’re already dating a black chick; what do we care how black she is?