As someone who's been in multiple interracial relationships, I can almost assure you that's not usually the case. I've spoken to many of the white people who have had issues with my relationship, and it's generally been the same message as the other side. Men and women tend to have similar reactions, generally racial possessiveness. Actually, the only real variations I've seen were in the older women (60-80yrs) who seemed to just fall back to good old-fashioned racism. The older men, I couldn't get much info from, because other than a few open few, they didn't seem to keen to discuss it with me.<quoted text>most white people usually wouldn't mind so much of the interracial couples if the black man would stay and take care of his family instead of putting it on the women,bye dissapearing and never paying any support to help and leaving that for the welfare system
Actually, the opposite seems to go for the black people I in my life. The men tend to fall back on good old-fashioned racism and the women seem racially possessive. I've even been battling with this issue myself, despite the fact that I'm solely physically attracted to white males, I still catch myself being racially possessive of black men.
It's terribly hypocritical, and not at all purposeful, so when I catch it, I chastise myself and remove the thought.
That all being said, reasons for white people not liking black male/ white female relationships may be different. I only asked people about interracial couples in general. I can only take information from the people that have had issues with me dating interracially, and my uncle, who's gone through the same things as well.