Mixed girls who date white men

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1985bbC

Owensboro, KY

#1 Dec 13, 2011
What do u think when u see mixed or black girls with white men.... We are all used to seeing tge white girls and black men but its still new to see the dark girls with the white men.... Comments plez!
Mom

Madisonville, KY

#2 Dec 13, 2011
1985bbC wrote:
What do u think when u see mixed or black girls with white men.... We are all used to seeing tge white girls and black men but its still new to see the dark girls with the white men.... Comments plez!
My daughter is mixed & I pray to God she only dates & eventually marries a white man. Her sperm donor & his whole black family are trash & I pray she doesn't EVER get with a black guy. Criticize me all u want--that's my truth.
1985bbC

Owensboro, KY

#3 Dec 13, 2011
Mom wrote:
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My daughter is mixed & I pray to God she only dates & eventually marries a white man. Her sperm donor & his whole black family are trash & I pray she doesn't EVER get with a black guy. Criticize me all u want--that's my truth.
I see what ya mean, im mixed and am dating a white man and i love it not that im hating on black cuz theres good and bad in all men but there are diffrences and i prefer white guys
Quincy Moorman

United States

#4 Dec 13, 2011
Mom wrote:
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My daughter is mixed & I pray to God she only dates & eventually marries a white man. Her sperm donor & his whole black family are trash & I pray she doesn't EVER get with a black guy. Criticize me all u want--that's my truth.
It's a shame that your views on who your daughter dates or eventually marries is based on your experience with her biological father and his family. I am a 34 year old "bi-racial" male. My mom is white, dad is black. My parents have been married for 35 years. They were together when "race-mixing" was shunned, especially in this city. My parents were barely out of high school when they married. My dad was 20 and my mom was 18 when I was born. Not only did they have to overcome the issues of being young parents, they had to deal with the issues of racism and being looked down upon by society. My dad did whatever he had to do to provide for us...often times, working 2 or 3 jobs. He was ALWAYS involved in EVERYTHING my brother, sister and I were into. He coached us in sports, attended all school functions and provided for us above and beyond what most parents could dream of. My dad, a black man, is the greatest man who has walked the earth in my eyes. I can only hope that I'm a fraction of the man he is and has been in his life. I now have 3 kids and have, and will continue, to provide for my kids in the same fashion that my dad did for us.I grew up playing several sports and witnessed many of the white kids on my teams didn't have a father involved in their lives. Whether that be because they weren't around or just didn't care enough to be involved, I don't know. I just know that my dad was ALWAYS there. So, to view black men the way you are based on one negative experience is unfair.

Thank you, Ron Moorman, for being the man you are and giving me the motivation to be the man I'm trying to become.
timtim

Owensboro, KY

#5 Dec 13, 2011
Quincy, I remember when your mom and dad were dating and you're right, they endured a TON of judgement and racism from this community. Your mom was called every name in the book, which is ironic, since I would bet your dad is the only man she has ever been with, considering they started dating when she was 15 or 16, and they are still married today. Sure can't say that about girls these days. Your dad was looked at like some kind of criminal, just for loving your mom. But they stuck it out, and showed everyone what they are made of. And I'm sure they are so proud of you and the man you have become.
gold

Owensboro, KY

#6 Dec 13, 2011
My daughter is bi-racial and dates white men. Unfortunately, they have not been good guys. The few black guys she has dated, on the other hand, have been better. But I just want her to find a good man who will treat her right. Don't care what color his skin is.
1985bbC

Owensboro, KY

#7 Dec 13, 2011
I respect everybodys comments but the point of this is to see what people think abput girls of color either black or mixed dating white men.... Cuz everybody is used to seing white women with black men.. But what about when its flipped i feel like its a totally diffrent thing becuz u dont see it as often ya kno
Quincy Moorman

United States

#8 Dec 13, 2011
timtim wrote:
Quincy, I remember when your mom and dad were dating and you're right, they endured a TON of judgement and racism from this community. Your mom was called every name in the book, which is ironic, since I would bet your dad is the only man she has ever been with, considering they started dating when she was 15 or 16, and they are still married today. Sure can't say that about girls these days. Your dad was looked at like some kind of criminal, just for loving your mom. But they stuck it out, and showed everyone what they are made of. And I'm sure they are so proud of you and the man you have become.
Thanks "timtim". The stereotypes people place on others just makes me sick. Not just about races but in general. When I saw this thread, I had to comment.
Quincy Moorman

United States

#9 Dec 13, 2011
gold wrote:
My daughter is bi-racial and dates white men. Unfortunately, they have not been good guys. The few black guys she has dated, on the other hand, have been better. But I just want her to find a good man who will treat her right. Don't care what color his skin is.
And that's how it should be. A parent should only hope that their child finds happiness with someone who treats them the way they should be treated, regardless of race. People tend to put the emphasis on the wrong things.
Quincy Moorman

United States

#10 Dec 13, 2011
1985bbC wrote:
I respect everybodys comments but the point of this is to see what people think abput girls of color either black or mixed dating white men.... Cuz everybody is used to seing white women with black men.. But what about when its flipped i feel like its a totally diffrent thing becuz u dont see it as often ya kno
My sister is biracial and married to a white man. Obviously, this isn't an issue within my family. We all get along great. To me, race is irrelevant...PERIOD.
Really

United States

#11 Dec 13, 2011
I'm the mother of two beautiful bi-racial daughters.....Their sperm donor is pos....I want my girls to be with a man who can treat them with respect and be a good provider for their family...regardless of his skin tone....this is 2011 and we should be able to see past the color of a person..
1985bbC

Owensboro, KY

#12 Dec 13, 2011
I probably didnt make myself clear what im trying to say is i agree with everybody day who makes u happy... Im all for that but what im saying is it when people see white girls with black guys its normal but when u see black or mixed girl with white guys u gey looks and it actually is alot more rare around here, i can name about 20 couples where the mans black and female white but i only kno four couples including myself where the boyfriends are white and we constantly get looks like its wrong.
Mom

Madisonville, KY

#13 Dec 13, 2011
Quincy Moorman wrote:
<quoted text>
It's a shame that your views on who your daughter dates or eventually marries is based on your experience with her biological father and his family. I am a 34 year old "bi-racial" male. My mom is white, dad is black. My parents have been married for 35 years. They were together when "race-mixing" was shunned, especially in this city. My parents were barely out of high school when they married. My dad was 20 and
my mom was 18 when I was born. Not only did
they have to overcome the issues of being young
parents, they had to deal with the issues of
racism and being looked down upon by society.
My dad did whatever he had to do to provide for
us...often times, working 2 or 3 jobs. He was
ALWAYS involved in EVERYTHING my brother,
sister and I were into. He coached us in sports,
attended all school functions and provided for us
above and beyond what most parents could
dream of. My dad, a black man, is the greatest
man who has walked the earth in my eyes. I can
only hope that I'm a fraction of the man he is and
has been in his life. I now have 3 kids and have,
and will continue, to provide for my kids in the
same fashion that my dad did for us.I grew up
playing several sports and witnessed many of the
white kids on my teams didn't have a father
involved in their lives. Whether that be because
they weren't around or just didn't care enough to
be involved, I don't know. I just know that my dad
was ALWAYS there. So, to view black men the
way you are based on one negative experience
is unfair.

Thank you, Ron Moorman, for being the man you are and giving me the motivation to be the man I'm trying to become.
I agree 100% with u--my experience ruined me & I hate it. I was physically & mentally abused daily, not just by him but by his family too. But the main reason behind my anger is that he molested my daughter from the ages of 18 months to 3. In all reality, when I posted earlier, that's what I was thinking about. To be completely honest, I want her to be with a man that loves her, no MATTER the race, religion, nationality. I have actually, in my life, witnessed more POS white men than black, but I'm so scarred by my experience with my daughter that when I'm in that mood, my whole reality changes. It was so nice to hear ur account of ur parents. U are a very blessed person. I know how I came across in my post. But that's not how I truly feel, that's my reaction to my experience. And I'm not replying to u as an apology or explanation bc we don't even know each other--I am reposting bc I don't want to be a bad example to our young people. God made people all the same, & if u have been hurt, seek help to work thru it bc our world needs peace, not more judgement & hate.
Quincy Moorman

United States

#14 Dec 13, 2011
1985bbC wrote:
I probably didnt make myself clear what im trying to say is i agree with everybody day who makes u happy... Im all for that but what im saying is it when people see white girls with black guys its normal but when u see black or mixed girl with white guys u gey looks and it actually is alot more rare around here, i can name about 20 couples where the mans black and female white but i only kno four couples including myself where the boyfriends are white and we constantly get looks like its wrong.
I guess the best advice I can give you is to just ignore those types of people. This is Owensboro, people are going to look at you like it's wrong not matter what you do...date outside your race, date someone older or younger than you, etc. It doesn't matter. People are always going to pass judgement no matter what. Just do what makes YOU happy. Who cares what anyone else has to say. Live YOUR life and don't let others live it for you. You only have one.
Quincy Moorman

United States

#15 Dec 13, 2011
Mom wrote:
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I agree 100% with u--my experience ruined me & I hate it. I was physically & mentally abused daily, not just by him but by his family too. But the main reason behind my anger is that he molested my daughter from the ages of 18 months to 3. In all reality, when I posted earlier, that's what I was thinking about. To be completely honest, I want her to be with a man that loves her, no MATTER the race, religion, nationality. I have actually, in my life, witnessed more POS white men than black, but I'm so scarred by my experience with my daughter that when I'm in that mood, my whole reality changes. It was so nice to hear ur account of ur parents. U are a very blessed person. I know how I came across in my post. But that's not how I truly feel, that's my reaction to my experience. And I'm not replying to u as an apology or explanation bc we don't even know each other--I am reposting bc I don't want to be a bad example to our young people. God made people all the same, & if u have been hurt, seek help to work thru it bc our world needs peace, not more judgement & hate.
I'm sorry that you and your daughter experienced such horrible things. No one deserves that type of treatment. I am glad to know that you are not the way you came across in your original post. I know from personal experiences being biracial and dealing with racism, it's a very difficult situation to be in. As a biracial individual, you kind of feel like you have to choose a side or are stuck in the middle. I'm glad your daughter isn't being forced to have those feelings because I know from experience that it's very difficult.
Just here

United States

#16 Dec 13, 2011
Color does not matter whatever makes you happy,white,black,mixed whatever,shouldn't matter
no name

Philadelphia, PA

#17 Dec 13, 2011
Quincy Moorman wrote:
<quoted text>My sister is biracial and married to a white man. Obviously, this isn't an issue within my family. We all get along great. To me, race is irrelevant...PERIOD.
I went to school with Rachel from elementary to high school and I remember my parents talking about her parents and couldn't understand why. I understand now and I'm grateful I don't have my parents view on the subject. I applaud your parents for sticking it out and letting their love guide them through.
biracial

Birmingham, AL

#18 Dec 13, 2011
Im biracial and like white guys and I do get strange looks sometimes but oh well I'm happy:)) my aunt is african American and married tO a white guy as well it's funny that my African american side is a bit more against it than my white side but they don't vocalize it it's just mostly low grumbles but she's happy so their happy eventually we will all be the same color:)
Wife

Madisonville, KY

#19 Dec 13, 2011
biracial wrote:
Im biracial and like white guys and I do get strange looks sometimes but oh well I'm happy:)) my aunt is african American and married tO a white guy as well it's funny that my African american side is a bit more against it than my white side but they don't vocalize it it's just mostly low grumbles but she's happy so their happy eventually we will all be the same color:)
I have always said that:) Eventually we willbe all the same color:)
1985bbC

Owensboro, KY

#20 Dec 14, 2011
Ya i love my boyfriend but honestly what i find more messed up is cuz hes white i dont rele get stares from white people i honestly get stares from black people like im doing something wrong... And im half black!! Like whats goin on

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