With black women dating
If a good looking white guy comes up to you and is interested in you, don’t be so quick to judge or feel you may not measure up in his eyes.
If he approached you, that means he’s attracted to you. Let’s not ever allow stereotypes and judgments determine who we can fall in love with.
After speaking to 6 black women between the ages of 25-40 most state that they believe a white man would not be attracted to them because of their voluptuous bodies. Hair Black women have been ridiculed for their hair for many many years. If we have a weave, we aren’t happy with who we are and would really like to be a white woman. Since this is already a touchy subject in the black community, it’s obvious as to why a black woman would rather avoid the whole “hair conversation” when dating a white man.
Chris Rock made the movie “Good Hair” that touched on many areas of what black women go through regarding their hair. Sure most black men hate weaves but the women I surveyed expressed how a black man would understand more because he was raised by a black woman.
Black men have made it no secret their liking to white women.
Regina King recently raised the argument that we as black women still have not become completely comfortable dating outside our race.
Through my findings it seems as though black women aren’t actually opposef to dating outside of their race.
Because of this, a black man knows all the changes his mother may have went through maintaining her hair. A white man on the other hand is used to naturally unenhanced straight hair that he gets to run his fingers through.
The women I surveyed said they were naturally intimidated when it came to dating a white man because of their hair. Background/Education Statistics show that Caucasians have more money, better education, better jobs and more opportunities.
When I surveyed these women, 4 out of the 6 said they were never even approached by a white guy.
Unfortunately black women have the smallest pool to choose from.