Why are black men seeking white women?

Why are black men seeking white women?

Created by white girl on Apr 1, 2009

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we are beautiful

we are smart

we are wealthy

we are faithful

Who wants Madea in their bed?

White & thin vs. Black & FAT

Pretty vs. FUGLY

Clean vs NASTY

White women douche

Black women don't EAT it

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white girl

Temple, TX

#1 Apr 1, 2009
Black skin is thick and lush, sensuous to the touch, like satin and velvet made flesh. There's only one patch of skin on a white man's body that remotely compares to nearly every inch of a black man's skin. The first time I caressed black skin, it felt like a luxury I shouldn't be able to afford. I craved it more strongly than Carrie Bradshaw craved Manolo Blahnik shoes. That phrase, "Once you go black, you never go back" is all about the feeling of the skin.

And I had the socially acceptable explanation for my craving. I used that paucity-of-available-white-par tners rationale to explain my relationships with black men for several years. A white woman past forty is often passed over by her white-male contemporaries. She goes younger or ethnic or foreign-born or down the socioeconomic scale or darker or she spends lonely nights at home with her cats. Black men are happy to get the babe they couldn't have when she was twentysomething and fertile. The laws of the marketplace do prevail. It's not me, it's themthem being the white guys who weren't after me anymore, or so I claimed.

That's a lie. The truth is, I attract about the same percentage of available white men my age (and far younger!) now as I did when I was thirtyand that's not including the unavailable white men who want to play around anyway.

I want black men. They want me. We look at one another and exchange a visible frisson of sexual energy in the lingering glances. And our attraction is based first on race. We are not those couples who "happen to fall in love" with someone of a different race or more purposefully come together but out of some greater sense of interracial understanding and respect. Not as politically-correct men and women do we seek one another out. The Internet has made it a lot easier for us to find each other now. Men advertise: ebony seeks ivory. Women write: seeking tall, dark, and handsome. Very dark. We are not the same people who say: Race is not important. It is important to us. We have race-specific desires.

Even in a time when nearly 40 percent of single Americans have dated outside their race, that deliberate seeking of the specific other makes some people, especially black women, damned mad.

We are what they denigrate and castigate: white women and black men who choose one another because of our racial differences. They resent our taking their men. Black men are two and a half times more likely to marry a white woman than a black woman is to marry a white man. Black women can point to that statistic in justifying their wrath. But in truth, black sisters, we're after the sex, not the ringand these guys aren't the marrying kind anyway.

Yes, the sex! Sex with my BIG BUCK, Fred is special. Thaat big buck can go for hours. He eats my coochie and I eat his big black dongle.

According to one school of thought, white women turn to black men when their sex drives kick into higher gear and their social inhibitions recede into the rearview mirror. It's a "yes, baby, now I'm ready for you" reaction. I'll do anything, even take it up my anall cavity for you. then i want to lick it, and eat it, and swallow your juices.
white girl

Temple, TX

#2 Apr 1, 2009
Black skin is thick and lush, sensuous to the touch, like satin and velvet made flesh. There's only one patch of skin on a white man's body that remotely compares to nearly every inch of a black man's skin. The first time I caressed black skin, it felt like a luxury I shouldn't be able to afford. I craved it more strongly than Carrie Bradshaw craved Manolo Blahnik shoes. That phrase, "Once you go black, you never go back" is all about the feeling of the skin.



And I had the socially acceptable explanation for my craving. I used that paucity-of-available-white-par tners rationale to explain my relationships with black men for several years. A white woman past forty is often passed over by her white-male contemporaries. She goes younger or ethnic or foreign-born or down the socioeconomic scale or darker or she spends lonely nights at home with her cats. Black men are happy to get the babe they couldn't have when she was twentysomething and fertile. The laws of the marketplace do prevail. It's not me, it's themthem being the white guys who weren't after me anymore, or so I claimed.



That's a lie. The truth is, I attract about the same percentage of available white men my age (and far younger!) now as I did when I was thirtyand that's not including the unavailable white men who want to play around anyway.



Enough white men want me that I was hardly facing enforced celibacy, but I don't want them.



I want black men. They want me. We look at one another and exchange a visible frisson of sexual energy in the lingering glances. And our attraction is based first on race. We are not those couples who "happen to fall in love" with someone of a different race or more purposefully come together but out of some greater sense of interracial understanding and respect. Not as politically-correct men and women do we seek one another out. The Internet has made it a lot easier for us to find each other now. Men advertise: ebony seeks ivory. Women write: seeking tall, dark, and handsome. Very dark. We are not the same people who say: Race is not important. It is important to us. We have race-specific desires.



Even in a time when nearly 40 percent of single Americans have dated outside their race, that deliberate seeking of the specific other makes some people, especially black women, damned mad.



We are what they denigrate and castigate: white women and black men who choose one another because of our racial differences. They resent our taking their men. Black men are two and a half times more likely to marry a white woman than a black woman is to marry a white man. Black women can point to that statistic in justifying their wrath. But in truth, black sisters, we're after the sex, not the ringand these guys aren't the marrying kind anyway.



Yes, the sex!



The woman who goes after black men is a variant of sex journalist Susie Bright's "white bitch in heat," a woman who puts sex first even though women aren't supposed to do that. According to one school of thought, white women turn to black men when their sex drives kick into higher gear and their social inhibitions recede into the rearview mirror. It's a "yes, baby, now I'm ready for you" reaction.
Eggplant Jenkem Huffer

Atlanta, GA

#3 Apr 1, 2009
Who cares? They all end up in a dumpster or a section 8 shack with their halfrican mongrels anyways. Once they got the monkey taint we don't want them back...not that we ever eanted their white fat ignorant trailer trash asses in the first place.

“Happily Divorced”

Level 5

Since: Feb 08

U.S.A.

#4 Apr 1, 2009
white girl wrote:
Black skin is thick and lush, sensuous to the touch, like satin and velvet made flesh. There's only one patch of skin on a white man's body that remotely compares to nearly every inch of a black man's skin. The first time I caressed black skin, it felt like a luxury I shouldn't be able to afford. I craved it more strongly than Carrie Bradshaw craved Manolo Blahnik shoes. That phrase, "Once you go black, you never go back" is all about the feeling of the skin.
And I had the socially acceptable explanation for my craving. I used that paucity-of-available-white-par tners rationale to explain my relationships with black men for several years. A white woman past forty is often passed over by her white-male contemporaries. She goes younger or ethnic or foreign-born or down the socioeconomic scale or darker or she spends lonely nights at home with her cats. Black men are happy to get the babe they couldn't have when she was twentysomething and fertile. The laws of the marketplace do prevail. It's not me, it's themthem being the white guys who weren't after me anymore, or so I claimed.
That's a lie. The truth is, I attract about the same percentage of available white men my age (and far younger!) now as I did when I was thirtyand that's not including the unavailable white men who want to play around anyway.
Enough white men want me that I was hardly facing enforced celibacy, but I don't want them.
I want black men. They want me. We look at one another and exchange a visible frisson of sexual energy in the lingering glances. And our attraction is based first on race. We are not those couples who "happen to fall in love" with someone of a different race or more purposefully come together but out of some greater sense of interracial understanding and respect. Not as politically-correct men and women do we seek one another out. The Internet has made it a lot easier for us to find each other now. Men advertise: ebony seeks ivory. Women write: seeking tall, dark, and handsome. Very dark. We are not the same people who say: Race is not important. It is important to us. We have race-specific desires.
Even in a time when nearly 40 percent of single Americans have dated outside their race, that deliberate seeking of the specific other makes some people, especially black women, damned mad.
We are what they denigrate and castigate: white women and black men who choose one another because of our racial differences. They resent our taking their men. Black men are two and a half times more likely to marry a white woman than a black woman is to marry a white man. Black women can point to that statistic in justifying their wrath. But in truth, black sisters, we're after the sex, not the ringand these guys aren't the marrying kind anyway.
Yes, the sex!
The woman who goes after black men is a variant of sex journalist Susie Bright's "white bitch in heat," a woman who puts sex first even though women aren't supposed to do that. According to one school of thought, white women turn to black men when their sex drives kick into higher gear and their social inhibitions recede into the rearview mirror. It's a "yes, baby, now I'm ready for you" reaction.
Everything you discussed was very interesting, and very well said. I enjoyed reading it.
Jawga Boy

Atlanta, GA

#5 Apr 1, 2009
Because they want their offspring to be lighter in complexion than they are.

Stop fooling yourself.
RightousBlackWom an

United States

#6 Apr 1, 2009
LongLegsLiz wrote:
<quoted text>
Everything you discussed was very interesting, and very well said. I enjoyed reading it.
you are just a skinney assed white bit@h and so is that white poster who started all this. I seen your posts before here. you got no business in this forum. none of you whites do. real black men don't want white women. they don't want nothing to do with any of you all.
Jawga Boy

Atlanta, GA

#7 Apr 1, 2009
RightousBlackWoman wrote:
<quoted text>
you are just a skinney assed white bit@h and so is that white poster who started all this. I seen your posts before here. you got no business in this forum. none of you whites do. real black men don't want white women. they don't want nothing to do with any of you all.
Are YOU afraid a white woman will "get your man"?

Sounds like it to me!

Chill..........
The Kingfish

Johnson City, TN

#8 Apr 1, 2009
white girls are cleaner and take care of themselves.

asiaticbrotha

“Doing me. ”

Since: Jun 08

Florida

#9 Apr 1, 2009
LongLegsLiz wrote:
<quoted text>
Everything you discussed was very interesting, and very well said. I enjoyed reading it.
She didn't write that... that story's been out for a while on the internet.
TarBaby

Johnson City, TN

#10 Apr 1, 2009
Black men are quite simply NO GOOD!
all bw CoSign

AOL

#11 Apr 1, 2009
white girl wrote:
Black skin is thick and lush, sensuous to the touch, like satin and velvet made flesh. There's only one patch of skin on a white man's body that remotely compares to nearly every inch of a black man's skin. The first time I caressed black skin, it felt like a luxury I shouldn't be able to afford. I craved it more strongly than Carrie Bradshaw craved Manolo Blahnik shoes. That phrase, "Once you go black, you never go back" is all about the feeling of the skin.
And I had the socially acceptable explanation for my craving. I used that paucity-of-available-white-par tners rationale to explain my relationships with black men for several years. A white woman past forty is often passed over by her white-male contemporaries. She goes younger or ethnic or foreign-born or down the socioeconomic scale or darker or she spends lonely nights at home with her cats. Black men are happy to get the babe they couldn't have when she was twentysomething and fertile. The laws of the marketplace do prevail. It's not me, it's themthem being the white guys who weren't after me anymore, or so I claimed.
That's a lie. The truth is, I attract about the same percentage of available white men my age (and far younger!) now as I did when I was thirtyand that's not including the unavailable white men who want to play around anyway.
I want black men. They want me. We look at one another and exchange a visible frisson of sexual energy in the lingering glances. And our attraction is based first on race. We are not those couples who "happen to fall in love" with someone of a different race or more purposefully come together but out of some greater sense of interracial understanding and respect. Not as politically-correct men and women do we seek one another out. The Internet has made it a lot easier for us to find each other now. Men advertise: ebony seeks ivory. Women write: seeking tall, dark, and handsome. Very dark. We are not the same people who say: Race is not important. It is important to us. We have race-specific desires.
Even in a time when nearly 40 percent of single Americans have dated outside their race, that deliberate seeking of the specific other makes some people, especially black women, damned mad.
We are what they denigrate and castigate: white women and black men who choose one another because of our racial differences. They resent our taking their men. Black men are two and a half times more likely to marry a white woman than a black woman is to marry a white man. Black women can point to that statistic in justifying their wrath. But in truth, black sisters, we're after the sex, not the ringand these guys aren't the marrying kind anyway.
Yes, the sex! Sex with my BIG BUCK, Fred is special. Thaat big buck can go for hours. He eats my coochie and I eat his big black dongle.
According to one school of thought, white women turn to black men when their sex drives kick into higher gear and their social inhibitions recede into the rearview mirror. It's a "yes, baby, now I'm ready for you" reaction. I'll do anything, even take it up my anall cavity for you. then i want to lick it, and eat it, and swallow your juices.
It does not make us mad, we know how beautiful our men are and understand fully why other women want the best as well. 90% of our men are with us, so if we use logic it explains why other women who like black men us.
all bw CoSign

AOL

#12 Apr 1, 2009
*hate us

“Happily Divorced”

Level 5

Since: Feb 08

U.S.A.

#13 Apr 5, 2009
asiaticbrotha wrote:
<quoted text>
She didn't write that... that story's been out for a while on the internet.
Whoever wrote that piece did an excellent job. It's very expressive, and very well written.
Thanks for posting to me about it.
Diamondshiner

Montgomery, AL

#14 Apr 5, 2009
Why the hell did a white girl create this thread? She must be one of those white girls who are so obsess with black men and how they are taken them from black women as they say. "White girl" no one cares about bm dating ww anymore, it's so old! The only ones that want to keep it alive is ignorant people like yourself who are obsess with IR dating with black men and the opposite. Do yourself a favor white girl and don't let it go to your head, no one cares. Like Keyshia cole stated "let it go"! Give us a break and stop making up threads about ww and bm, b/c again no one cares anymore!

“Mmm...Peaches ~N~ Cream”

Since: Mar 09

Jack-town, MS

#15 Apr 5, 2009
Umm... I want to ask... why the hell was the "white women douche" option put on the poll? Lol white women don't douche!

“Learn to love yourself first!!”

Since: Oct 07

Georgia Peach

#16 Apr 5, 2009
who cares.
Diamondshiner

Montgomery, AL

#17 Apr 5, 2009
BabyT wrote:
Umm... I want to ask... why the hell was the "white women douche" option put on the poll? Lol white women don't douche!
What I want to know, is how the hell does she know black women don't douche? has she been in are home to tell if we are not, or has she been going around sniffing black women. And it's really messed up how the author of that article uses black men for sex only and not marrying or have a serious relationship with, she makes herself look like a nasty whore with one thing on her filthy mind, maybe the creator if this thread is the same way which is why she post that crazy weird obsessive article.
Diamondshiner

Montgomery, AL

#18 Apr 5, 2009
Correction:creator of this thread!
Brooklyn_Blacky

United States

#19 Apr 5, 2009
LongLegsLiz wrote:
<quoted text>
Whoever wrote that piece did an excellent job. It's very expressive, and very well written.
Thanks for posting to me about it.
Very nice legs. Now I'm thinking about what I don't see of you, and I know it has to be just as beautiful. I have seen your posts before. It's easy to see why the black women hate you and people like Emily Angel, the white woman from texas, and other white women too. All of you are very hot, and all of you date black men. I posted to you on another thread. Gonna answer?
Flossie

Staten Island, NY

#20 Apr 5, 2009
white girl wrote:
Black skin is thick and lush, sensuous to the touch, like satin and velvet made flesh. There's only one patch of skin on a white man's body that remotely compares to nearly every inch of a black man's skin. The first time I caressed black skin, it felt like a luxury I shouldn't be able to afford. I craved it more strongly than Carrie Bradshaw craved Manolo Blahnik shoes. That phrase, "Once you go black, you never go back" is all about the feeling of the skin.
You nasty slut
And I had the socially acceptable explanation for my craving. I used that paucity-of-available-white-par tners rationale to explain my relationships with black men for several years. A white woman past forty is often passed over by her white-male contemporaries. She goes younger or ethnic or foreign-born or down the socioeconomic scale or darker or she spends lonely nights at home with her cats. Black men are happy to get the babe they couldn't have when she was twentysomething and fertile. The laws of the marketplace do prevail. It's not me, it's themthem being the white guys who weren't after me anymore, or so I claimed.
That's a lie. The truth is, I attract about the same percentage of available white men my age (and far younger!) now as I did when I was thirtyand that's not including the unavailable white men who want to play around anyway.
I want black men. They want me. We look at one another and exchange a visible frisson of sexual energy in the lingering glances. And our attraction is based first on race. We are not those couples who "happen to fall in love" with someone of a different race or more purposefully come together but out of some greater sense of interracial understanding and respect. Not as politically-correct men and women do we seek one another out. The Internet has made it a lot easier for us to find each other now. Men advertise: ebony seeks ivory. Women write: seeking tall, dark, and handsome. Very dark. We are not the same people who say: Race is not important. It is important to us. We have race-specific desires.
Even in a time when nearly 40 percent of single Americans have dated outside their race, that deliberate seeking of the specific other makes some people, especially black women, damned mad.
We are what they denigrate and castigate: white women and black men who choose one another because of our racial differences. They resent our taking their men. Black men are two and a half times more likely to marry a white woman than a black woman is to marry a white man. Black women can point to that statistic in justifying their wrath. But in truth, black sisters, we're after the sex, not the ringand these guys aren't the marrying kind anyway.
Yes, the sex! Sex with my BIG BUCK, Fred is special. Thaat big buck can go for hours. He eats my coochie and I eat his big black dongle.
According to one school of thought, white women turn to black men when their sex drives kick into higher gear and their social inhibitions recede into the rearview mirror. It's a "yes, baby, now I'm ready for you" reaction. I'll do anything, even take it up my anall cavity for you. then i want to lick it, and eat it, and swallow your juices.
You nasty hoe! If this is what black men want SMH.

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