The burden of dating a "Black Man"

The burden of dating a "Black Man"

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ashleigh

Houston, TX

#1 Jul 27, 2014
http://www.filthyfreedom.com/blog/the-burden-...

This article made me a little sad.what do you think about it????
ashleigh

Houston, TX

#2 Jul 27, 2014
Do you think people look down on black women who stick with black men?? Do you think people think highly of black men with white women?? Do you think black women get racism from whites when dating white men??? Let me know what you think...
Monique

Houston, TX

#3 Jul 27, 2014
The biggest burden of dating a black man is their stank breath and the 50/50 chance of getting herpes.
Pauline

Nashville, NC

#4 Jul 27, 2014
Monique wrote:
The biggest burden of dating a black man is their stank breath and the 50/50 chance of getting herpes.
Sounds more like dating a white guy to me! After going through all that you get disappointed when he pulls out that little tiny pecker and tell you he wants to make love! Why risk catching aids and herpes for a big let down like that?
Just the facts

Toledo, OH

#5 Jul 27, 2014
Lets face the facts, most black men are worthless .

Crime Sheets.

No Job.

Children born out of wedlock.

HIV/ Aids

Cheating

Violent Upbringing

Act like children when they cant get their way.

Do I need to go on ?

Sorry but its Just the facts.
Ashleigh

San Antonio, TX

#6 Jul 27, 2014
Monique wrote:
The biggest burden of dating a black man is their stank breath and the 50/50 chance of getting herpes.
Ive never met a black man with bad hygiene
Travellor

Toronto, Canada

#7 Jul 27, 2014
Ashleigh wrote:
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Ive never met a black man with bad hygiene
You must not be around too many homeless.
Ashleigh

San Antonio, TX

#8 Jul 27, 2014
Travellor wrote:
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You must not be around too many homeless.
Ok!!??
Ash

San Antonio, TX

#9 Jul 27, 2014
It's sad that when non black people date us..we are seen as a burden.

“Sleep is My Sanctuary”

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#10 Jul 27, 2014
Society clearly treats white and black men differently. I've seen this firsthand. It's the same with white and black women. It takes more than a few decades for the people of society to change. Things are much better now but we are far from where we should be at this point.
It is what it is

Toledo, OH

#11 Jul 30, 2014
Jubilant Sleep wrote:
Society clearly treats white and black men differently. I've seen this firsthand. It's the same with white and black women. It takes more than a few decades for the people of society to change. Things are much better now but we are far from where we should be at this point.
Cry me a River !!!!!

You all have a chance to get a education like any other race to better themselves . But many Blacks pass the education up and drop out of school. No education No Job. Sorry

You can thank the Good People that did Apply themselves in school in order for you to get FOOD STAMPS and GOVERNMENT PUBLIC HOUSING for the bastard kids (78percent out of wedlock) into this world.

Your Welcome Whitey
It is what it is

Toledo, OH

#12 Jul 30, 2014
Ash wrote:
It's sad that when non black people date us..we are seen as a burden.
When we have over 78 percent of Black Children born out of wedlock and most of them don't have a FATHER in their Life yes you and the children are a burden on the rest of us. Thank You
Ash

San Antonio, TX

#13 Jul 30, 2014
It is what it is wrote:
<quoted text> When we have over 78 percent of Black Children born out of wedlock and most of them don't have a FATHER in their Life yes you and the children are a burden on the rest of us. Thank You
If black men took care of their kids..this wouldn't be an issue. Black men need to wrap it up or cut it off ;)
Aussie Bob

Norwood, Australia

#14 Jul 30, 2014
Ashleigh wrote:
<quoted text>Ive never met a black man with bad hygiene
I have met a disturbing number of black males who literally smelt like crap/shit. Somebody told me the fecal smell was because water is in short supply in the countries they come from so they do not bathe very often.
Aussie Bob

Norwood, Australia

#15 Jul 30, 2014
Jubilant Sleep wrote:
Society clearly treats white and black men differently. I've seen this firsthand. It's the same with white and black women. It takes more than a few decades for the people of society to change. Things are much better now but we are far from where we should be at this point.
By 2040, when the White population is a minority group, the welfare & affirmative action will run out. Then the United States will begin to resemble Mexico or Nigeria much more than the nation you currently complain about. Whites will flee to places like Iceland & Eastern Europe. We are already talking about these things.

You see yourselves as the nascent power in the West.

We see the West in decline...
Aussie Bob

Norwood, Australia

#16 Jul 30, 2014
Jubilant Sleep:

By the way, I have no major issues with people being treated equally but it can only work if there is equality in their behavior and the contributions they make to society. Asians and Caucasians have reached this point of parity but they do not beg for handouts or beg for unequal treatment (eg. "Affirmative Action").
Aussie Bob

Norwood, Australia

#17 Jul 30, 2014
Black people demanding "special treatment" creates pity and sympathy but it will *NEVER* lead to any sense of equality between the races.
X-TREME BIAS

Anonymous Proxy

#19 Jul 30, 2014
Dating a male black is akin to lighting a road flare in a fuel refinery, it's all bad & only gets worse, the end result is usually rape, AIDS & rejection of your race, remember this: AROUND BLACKS, NEVER RELAX, ESPECIALLY THE MALE BLACK OR MORE COMMONLY REFERRED TO AS "THE MALE NEGROE".

dagobah.net/flash/Never_Relax_around_Blacks.s...

“Sleep is My Sanctuary”

Since: Mar 14

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#20 Jul 30, 2014
Aussie Bob wrote:
Jubilant Sleep:
By the way, I have no major issues with people being treated equally but it can only work if there is equality in their behavior and the contributions they make to society. Asians and Caucasians have reached this point of parity but they do not beg for handouts or beg for unequal treatment (eg. "Affirmative Action").
I understand your point. The problem I have with what people like you say is that you expect us educated blacks to someone magically enchant the uneducated blacks to be more like us. I don't have time to walk up to every lazy person I know and tell them to educate themselves nor do I think I should have to. I'm sick of everyone lumping us all into one category. It undermines everything successful blacks have worked so hard to get. That is all.

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#21 Jul 30, 2014
Jubilant Sleep wrote:
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I understand your point. The problem I have with what people like you say is that you expect us educated blacks to someone magically enchant the uneducated blacks to be more like us. I don't have time to walk up to every lazy person I know and tell them to educate themselves nor do I think I should have to. I'm sick of everyone lumping us all into one category. It undermines everything successful blacks have worked so hard to get. That is all.
But you can be outspoken, try to reach out to some of these people, inspire them.

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