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Concerned Citizen

Baltimore, MD

#46 Apr 20, 2012
I find educated, pretty, well traveled, conversational women attractive regardless of skintone. I will say that some of the most intigueingly beautiful women I have met, have had dark skin. I wish I were in Pensacola; I would love to meet you Natural California Tan!


#47 Apr 25, 2012
Almost anything is possible. Once you fall inlove with someone all the negative visuals vanish. It is not the looks that catch my heart, it is their personality. Too many people want good looks. A relationship that starts out like that mostly do not last. Once they get to know them well the nagatives out weighs the looks. The guys want a model looking female, and the woman want a man that has a perfect body with a great income. With me personally I respect a woman more if she wears no make up, or barely wears make up, and does not value materialistic items more than humans. To alot of people they value money more than human lives. PEOPLE, anytime you have sex with the opposite sex you are choosing a potential parent for your future children if she happens to get pregnant. If you are going to have sex with a man or woman atleast make sure they are the one you would not mind being your childs parent.

Niceville, FL

#49 Jun 18, 2012
Can black women meet, date, and fall in love with white men in Pensacola ???

Mulatto Kid

Raleigh, NC

#50 Jun 26, 2012
My white momma did a black man and had me. Never seen him. Fathers Day sure is pathetic for us kids with Black Dads. Of course I can't blame him for leaving my uneducated fat mother. She is trailer trash like my Dad is probably a pimp. I bet I have a dozen half brothers and sisters al with a differrent last name. Kind of feels like I am roaming through the african jungle.
Mulatto Kid

Raleigh, NC

#53 Jun 28, 2012
My name is Barack.


#54 Jul 21, 2012
I'm Thaby frm Amanzitoti Kzn.m. 27yrs,no kids.I will luv to date a white man again. since I brock up with my ex byfrnd long time ago.


#55 Jul 21, 2012
To me luv is just luv,ur skin have nthng to do with it.I'm single now but my ex byfrnd was white.

United States

#56 Sep 5, 2012
I am a black woman. I get admired whenever i go to a resturant or party,the white men stare at me but the problem is that none of them have the curtsy to approach me and then one day when i was at my girlfriend's party, a white man gathered strength and walked up to me and started a conversation. Immediately, a white girl came up to us and told me to leave her brother that she doesn't want her brother to mingle with a black bitch like me.i was wondering while do the white men allow their women to control them even when it involves proving that they are the men,they just let their woman control them.

Pensacola, FL

#57 Sep 7, 2012
Well yeah it is possible but remember this, if the other races woman is a looker worth going after there is probably a lot of competition factors is peer pressure of her own race,,,teasing, displeasure or social rejection.
Two, her comfort abilities within the setting.
Finally, logic...why would she want to have a relationship where the focus about everything is the difference...(((
I conclude the possibility is rare but the attraction reasons are absent...
okonkwo somtoochukwu


#60 Mar 6, 2013
darryl wrote:
im a white male trying to find a black woman in connecticut, i live by fox woods and the sun,iv only dated black woman from 1996 to now, but its hard to find black woman who date white guys, decent and also searchin for a decent whte guy.

Johannesburg, South Africa

#61 Sep 8, 2013
Possibilities wrote:
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I understand how the truth hurts. Now run along and get your food stamps and be a good little hood.
talk about being arrogant well i will have u know that we black beautiful women in Africa arent smelly or fat nor are we disgusting. WE ARE EDUCATED,SMART AND WE ARE INDEPENDENT. I AM 18 CURRENTLY STUDYING NURSING ONCOLOGY AND BETTER THAN ALL THE BITCHES YOU HAVE HEARD IN YOUR LIFE.
If you think posting rude remarks about us and using us as your punchline in your derogative remarks well good luck with finding that dream girl you are talking about Asshole.
Class mister big words is one thing you definitely do not have...
Laurence Triplett

Mobile, AL

#62 May 9, 2014
darryl wrote:
im a white male trying to find a black woman in connecticut, i live by fox woods and the sun,iv only dated black woman from 1996 to now, but its hard to find black woman who date white guys,
That is god that you cannot meet any black to date you it don't matter if you been dating from1996 it hold value.

It doesn't matter that you can't find or meet any black female that would date there in Connecticut their are not your trophy it there choice to open the door to you. You hold know authority over them for them to want to date you...There are many other female to date why a black female.
Laurence Triplett

Mobile, AL

#63 May 9, 2014
That is good is good you cannot find or meet any black female that would date there I Connecticut they are not your trophy. It is their choice to open the door to you, you hold know authority over them for you want to date you. There many other female to date why black female

Houston, TX

#64 Jul 4, 2014
lol!!!! omg, these comments are horrific, sounds like these trailer park yep, you know im talking to you, have so much envy,hatred toward black women, wow, yep im talking to you, im hispanic lady, and y'all should be ashame to be breathing on this earth...sounds like you caught your husband in bed with a beautiful sister!! lol im just saying! 07/04/2014

Since: Jul 14

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#65 Jul 4, 2014
Mkay, the first part of this message has nothing to do with interracial relationships, but with relationships in general:

Ladies, get educated. If you aren't looking to go to school, the least you can do "Iz nottt tipe or spk lyke thiz." Honestly, it's not about being black, but being presentable as a woman. Why advertise yourself as being illiterate or uneducated?

The same goes for men.Sounding like a dumbass is not cute.:| At all.

I don't mean this to be mean to anyone. I just live in a city where the sounds of people's voices just grates on my ears. Adults of every race and ethnicity speaking as though they barely have a grasp of the English language. Sorry that it got ranted here, but it happened a lot today and I'm just getting it off my chest.

Moving on to the matter of interracial relationships:

Natural, there's still plenty of issues with it just about anywhere you go in the US. Some places are worse than other. Here in STL, there's a lot of racial tension. I prefer white males, so I know the difficulties. And actually, I've always had to initiate the relationship. When I talked to many of them about that, they often said the same thing: They generally don't get the vibes that black women are attracted to white men. That makes them a little nervous about initiating, because we can be a bit intimidating at times.

If you're finding difficulties finding a mate, it might just require you to be a little more apparent about your openness to the idea when around that person, or just making the first move.

As for moving to a more open-minded area, I'm looking to do the same thing. The problem is actually being able to judge the social progressiveness of a city. How can you REALLY tell if the people of a particular town or city are open to interracial dating? How do you test the racial climate of a place?

My suggestion: Google (The mighty Google answers all things -_-). OR if you know someone in that particular area that you're comfortable with, ask them. OR Visit that area for a little while and test the waters. Flirt and see how people respond.

chili con carne

Cantonment, FL

#66 Jul 4, 2014
!¡ay Caramba!¡No me digas!¡No es NO!¡no HAY!¡

Face Off @ the Boardwalk, after fireworks?

Windsor, Canada

#67 Nov 19, 2015
am a black who has a crush on one of my managers at work, am afraid to approch him, but i think he has a crush on me too.. but then am scared, dont know if he would want anything to do with me knowing that am black and also we work at same place.. p.s he stares at me, and i have a feeling that he likes me too!! am just scared..what should i do?

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