Are White men Scared to date Black wo...

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#111 Oct 13, 2012
The problem with the original authors statement is that..well it's not true... I am living proof of that. Attraction transcend race and it is also very subjective. Don't look for race..look at people..look at how they treat you..are they honest and sincere ( attraction is important but this is the 21st century people..open your eyes..there is soo much beauty in all races... its simply wonder) that's what has kept my bond with my love. It seems so simple to just find someone who works for you...

Since: Apr 12

Ardsley, NY

#112 Oct 14, 2012
guy wrote:
the type of woman you're talking about isn't exactly the typical black female. if you look at the people you list as examples - beyonce, meagan good, etc - these women are all mixed race, and african is only one part of it. i suspect you also fall into this category.
many of these mixed race 'black' women are some of the most beautiful people in the world by many white guys standards. which can make them very intimidating, as any beautiful woman can be to most men. or they can come off as very high maintenance - which is fine for a short term relationship but not necessarily something a lot of men want in a long term relationship. hence why they may want to go to bed with them but not introduce them to mom. or they may think the woman is so beautiful that they don't stand a chance long term.
but when it comes to actual black women... meaning both parents are solely of African lineage... most of these women are not attractive to white men. that's going to sound racist to some people, but i'm just trying to give an honest answer. i don't have a racist bone in my body and have personally dated more non white women than white (i'm a white 28yo dude). but it is VERY rare that i see a 100% black woman and find her attractive. probably 1 in 500. and i know this is pretty common with white men.(don't shoot the messenger). i don't have an explanation for this, it's just the way it is.
so your question is kind of hard to answer... because the examples given are not typical black women.
i know some men that have sex with a black woman on their bucket list... some of the men you talk about may just want a little variety or may just be curious and wouldn't say no to having sex with a black woman but aren't necessarily looking for that in a long term relationship.
not sure if any of that helps, i just know a lot of men who would agree with it. but probably never admit it to you.
I am not mixed my love!!:) neither are the rest of the woman I listed !!! But your quote did help !! Very useful !!

Since: Apr 12

Ardsley, NY

#113 Oct 14, 2012
Melanie wrote:
<quoted text> I fully agree with you. It's a sad world we live in. It's nice to be open minded for the next genera
tion to come.
Thank you good luck to you And your husband
NY Expat

Pennsauken, NJ

#114 Oct 14, 2012
I for one am certainly intimidated. As one of only a handful of whites in my town growing up, the black females were always the most vicious of anyone. I'm basically scared for my personal safety around them, so no I don't think dating one would work. Besides black females are far and away the most racist people I've ever seen. Ive been spit on by them, jumped from behind, punched in the face, and even stabbed by one just because I was a white guy. No thanks.

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#115 Oct 14, 2012
John wrote:
Paul Ryan, the Republic VP pick, ex is a BLACK WOMAN. Pauls brother is married to a BLACK WOMAN. I can name so many others. So this silly notion that white men don't want black women or black women not being pretty, is silly. This lie is proven false every day. I am willing to bet that some of these negative answers are WHITE Women posing as men. Some white women are so insecure and hateful. All black women don't look manly, just like all white women are not pretty. I've see plenty of big nose white women, masculine face white women. Horrible body white women. Don't be fooled by the media, go outside and see the real white women in the mall or in the grocery stores. Most with fake dyed blonde hair. Why do all white women dye their hair blonde? I quess that is their standard of beauty. I prefer natural hair color without all of the clip in hair pieces. Hispanic, Black, Asians look more exotic, not your boring plane janes with fake boobs and butts.
I couldn't agree with you more. I've always suspected white women as the main culprits to why WM and BW rarely date and marry.
dodi

Cambridge, Canada

#116 Oct 14, 2012
no. white man love black women. i know i do.

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#117 Oct 14, 2012
NY Expat wrote:
I for one am certainly intimidated. As one of only a handful of whites in my town growing up, the black females were always the most vicious of anyone. I'm basically scared for my personal safety around them, so no I don't think dating one would work. Besides black females are far and away the most racist people I've ever seen. Ive been spit on by them, jumped from behind, punched in the face, and even stabbed by one just because I was a white guy. No thanks.
Not all black women are violent and/or loud. Black women are not the most racist..just more outspoken about it. I'm sorry you were jumped by a gang of black women.. I would be scare too, but don't put us all in a box..And more importantly, don't put your in one either.

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#118 Oct 14, 2012
John wrote:
Paul Ryan, the Republic VP pick, ex is a BLACK WOMAN. Pauls brother is married to a BLACK WOMAN. I can name so many others. So this silly notion that white men don't want black women or black women not being pretty, is silly. This lie is proven false every day. I am willing to bet that some of these negative answers are WHITE Women posing as men. Some white women are so insecure and hateful. All black women don't look manly, just like all white women are not pretty. I've see plenty of big nose white women, masculine face white women. Horrible body white women. Don't be fooled by the media, go outside and see the real white women in the mall or in the grocery stores. Most with fake dyed blonde hair. Why do all white women dye their hair blonde? I quess that is their standard of beauty. I prefer natural hair color without all of the clip in hair pieces. Hispanic, Black, Asians look more exotic, not your boring plane janes with fake boobs and butts.
Okay, you are just hating and *stereotyping* white women since you are obviously mad or insecure about them. WW are not the main culprit of why WM don't marry or date BW, that is just silly and ridiculous. WM have choices and they can make their own effing decisions, don't blame white women and shame their appearances. Posing as white men.....really?!

You are insecure since you are the one hating on them. Just saying.

Since: Aug 12

Poughquag, NY

#120 Oct 15, 2012
NY Expat wrote:
I for one am certainly intimidated. As one of only a handful of whites in my town growing up, the black females were always the most vicious of anyone. I'm basically scared for my personal safety around them, so no I don't think dating one would work. Besides black females are far and away the most racist people I've ever seen. Ive been spit on by them, jumped from behind, punched in the face, and even stabbed by one just because I was a white guy. No thanks.
Black women are vicious.

While I am not physically scared of them or Black males either.

The way Black women typically act is atrocious.

Black women are often so rude, agressive, mean & violent (Far more than other women)

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#121 Oct 15, 2012
Sweet heart have you seen white men after about 35!
You'd have to find one mixed with something else. They are done at about 30...
There's nothing like brown love, pick a race. Black, Puerto Rican, Mexican, cuban, columbian, there's so many to choose from.

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#122 Oct 15, 2012
Oh and Beyonce isn't mixed, both of her parents are black!

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#123 Oct 15, 2012
tyro wrote:
Oh and Beyonce isn't mixed, both of her parents are black!
In her Loreal commercial, it said that she has French in her blood. Native American, French, and African American. Don't kill the messenger.

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#124 Oct 15, 2012
More specifically, she is a Louisiana Créole — a mix of African, Native American and French. (The region was a French colony from 1682 to 1763, and from 1800 to 1803).
Ambiguity in Love

Sacramento, CA

#125 Oct 19, 2012
I am a biracial woman who has seen and experienced dating both a white man and a black man. For all intensive purposes, I think that people are afraid of the schema (perceived/stereotyped beliefs) of any races behavior. Instead of focusing on the individual’s behaviors, tones, and characteristics we focus on what our friends, family, society or the media perceives and fixates on. It is really quite sad. Rather than getting to know someone for whom they are and asking them about how they see themselves, you are stuck thinking "but all these movies. Oh, the people I saw on television and the people I sometimes see in the street." Although some of these stereotypes are behavioral patterns of some people, they are not true for many. My father,“a black man”, is far from angry, doesn't treat his wife as property, is respectful and educated - has two bachelors as a matter of fact. My mother, a British immigrant, loved his sweet nature, artistic talents and manners. These characteristics may not strike you as normal, but I have met many men, and women of many races that portray these characteristics. Fearing what you don't know or are too afraid to truly know is silly. Life is too short to let the melanin of one's skin keep you from meeting what could be your best friend or even soul mate. Try to meet someone or listen to someone without looking at there skin.
Ambiguity in Love

Sacramento, CA

#126 Oct 19, 2012
Although I understand that in some places black women may act "rude, agressive, mean & violent". This is certainly not clear for all women. However, I can understand that if you met or saw any individual who was acting ignorant- cussing, yelling and carrying on- that you may gather this perception. However, most people whom are struggling to be heard act in ways in which other people don't understand. This is not to say that "all black people feel they are ignored or unheard," but what is done mean is that unless you can walk in someones shoes it is difficult to judge why someone acts the way they do. Having said this, you should try to make a conversation with a few different black people. You may be pleasantly surprised by how different each of their personalities are.
Ambiguity in Love

Sacramento, CA

#127 Oct 19, 2012
NY Expat wrote:
I for one am certainly intimidated. As one of only a handful of whites in my town growing up, the black females were always the most vicious of anyone. I'm basically scared for my personal safety around them, so no I don't think dating one would work. Besides black females are far and away the most racist people I've ever seen. Ive been spit on by them, jumped from behind, punched in the face, and even stabbed by one just because I was a white guy. No thanks.
I'm so sorry to here this. I was bullied as a child because I was nice, but I never let who was bullying bug me. People who bully are insecure, often can't stand alone, feel inadequate and often try to reflect their insecurities by making someone else feel insecure.I can understand that you would feel unsafe and I'm sorry that it came to that. Although, I am only 24, I have seen far too much prejudice and bullying towards all kinds of social groups and it sickens me. Maybe what you need to to try an area that is not so racially divided. As a military brat, I had the opportunity to meet people from all over the world and see that there is good and bad in all kinds of people.
Ambiguity in Love

Sacramento, CA

#128 Oct 19, 2012
Okay wrote:
<quoted text>
What was the name of the study that has been done that proved which race of women were the most educated? Do you have prove or a link to the actual study?
http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2012-05-02...

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#129 Oct 19, 2012
Ambiguity in Love wrote:
This study does not prove which race of women are more educated. It talks about how women who get an education are more likely to get married......that's it.

The only time it mentions black women is to say "Overall, black women are less likely to marry than white women are," said England. "For black women, a college education means they are even more likely to marry."

She is saying black women get a college education so they can marry however the study never said black women are more educated or which race of women is more educated.
butterflii

Union City, GA

#130 Oct 20, 2012
Im a black women and im very well educated and i not filled with drama so please don't put every black women in that category.
Wonder

UK

#131 Oct 21, 2012
lolol wrote:
I agree mixed race are some of the beautiful women. I for one would NOT date an auntie esther piszed off looking hulking michele obama, but beyonce would be another thing.
Beyonce is NOT mixed race. Her Father is black and her mother is black but has light skin.

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