Why white women Prefer black men

Why white women Prefer black men

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molele

Maseru, Lesotho

#1 Jun 15, 2010


Black skin is thick and lush, sensuous to the touch, like satin and velvet made flesh. There's only one patch of skin on a white man's body that remotely compares to nearly every inch of a black man's skin. The first time I caressed black skin, it felt like a luxury I shouldn't be able to afford. I craved it more strongly than Carrie Bradshaw craved Manolo Blahnik shoes. That phrase, "Once you go black, you never go back" is all about the feeling of the skin.


And I had the socially acceptable explanation for my craving. I used that paucity-of-available-white-par tners rationale to explain my relationships with black men for several years. A white woman past forty is often passed over by her white-male contemporaries. She goes younger or ethnic or foreign-born or down the socioeconomic scale or darker or she spends lonely nights at home with her cats. Black men are happy to get the babe they couldn't have when she was twentysomething and fertile. The laws of the marketplace do prevail. It's not me, it's themthem being the white guys who weren't after me anymore, or so I claimed.



That's a lie. The truth is, I attract about the same percentage of available white men my age (and far younger!) now as I did when I was thirtyand that's not including the unavailable white men who want to play around anyway.



Enough white men want me that I was hardly facing enforced celibacy, but I don't want them.



I want black men. They want me. We look at one another and exchange a visible frisson of sexual energy in the lingering glances. And our attraction is based first on race. We are not those couples who "happen to fall in love" with someone of a different race or more purposefully come together but out of some greater sense of interracial understanding and respect. Not as politically-correct men and women do we seek one another out. The Internet has made it a lot easier for us to find each other now. Men advertise: ebony seeks ivory. Women write: seeking tall, dark, and handsome. Very dark. We are not the same people who say: Race is not important. It is important to us. We have race-specific desires.



Even in a time when nearly 40 percent of single Americans have dated outside their race, that deliberate seeking of the specific other makes some people, especially black women, damned mad.



We are what they denigrate and castigate: white women and black men who choose one another because of our racial differences. They resent our taking their men. Black men are two and a half times more likely to marry a white woman than a black woman is to marry a white man. Black women can point to that statistic in justifying their wrath. But in truth, black sisters, we're after the sex, not the ringand these guys aren't the marrying kind anyway.



Yes, the sex!



The woman who goes after black men is a variant of sex journalist Susie Bright's "white bitch in heat," a woman who puts sex first even though women aren't supposed to do that. According to one school of thought, white women turn to black men when their sex drives kick into higher gear and their social inhibitions recede into the rearview mirror. It's a "yes, baby, now I'm ready for you" reaction.

mube tafel

South Africa

#2 Jun 15, 2010
ba ipatlela feela zombo ntate ene re e tsoere. rona 'nyoana rea e penyola ntate. re babe haholo ka ho kota eseng boy tseno tsa bona tsa ho nyarela ka 'nyoaneng joale rona hare batle ho tseba na ho deep ha kae rea itahlela ha re khaqa bateng bana babo rona ho re thusa

“15 women on a dead man's cock!”

Since: Mar 09

Libono Camp

#3 Jun 15, 2010
I'm black and proud... I am an African!
Sonia

Houston, TX

#4 Jun 21, 2010
Total bullshyt guys, I am a white female and most white women prefer a white man. Go ahead and post your lies about us ladies but we know what we like, also most women prefer men in their own race or cultural groups. I don't want to be mean but why post all these lies?
Edmundo

Johannesburg, South Africa

#5 Jun 21, 2010
ga re go foke mmago nnyo ke wena!!!!! why o pretender go ba lekgoa maar o itse gore o darkie nxxxaa!!!
Maganda

South Africa

#6 Jun 22, 2010
Sonia wrote:
Total bullshyt guys, I am a white female and most white women prefer a white man. Go ahead and post your lies about us ladies but we know what we like, also most women prefer men in their own race or cultural groups. I don't want to be mean but why post all these lies?
.....

Well well well Sonia my Darling u got it all wrong.During the struggle my father was sent to Moscow and he was underground there for 12yrs.We spent 12yrs in the then Union soviet republic.I was a young boy but i can tell you this my older brother was having the time of his life there,the white chicks couldnt get enough of him and yeap he enjoyed just as much.Therefore your statement is not true,But probably rephrasing and saying "white women who are and think out of the box"/LIBERAL go for BLACK MEN and they cant get enough of us.As a black brother i will admit its not every black guy that you will come across who is responsible but there are black brother's EDUCATED BLACK MEN who are just too much compared to white men!!!.eg he might not be wealthy and drive a big fancy car or live in the norhtern surburbs of jozi but,he will leave school after matric put his siblings through school,varsity,look after his homestead take care of his mom.And believe you me WHITE WOMEN LOVE BLACK MEAT.........PS* I KNOW SO COZ IV BEEN MARRIED TO A EUROPEAN WHITE WOMAN FOR 3YRS NOW!!!.

“love is the best feeling”

Since: Apr 08

Location hidden

#7 Jun 22, 2010
Its not that white women PREFER black men.It's not their choice. Rather, black men choose to date women that are weaker and easy to control. Period.
moisture

South Africa

#8 Jun 22, 2010
molele wrote:
Black skin is thick and lush, sensuous to the touch, like satin and velvet made flesh. There's only one patch of skin on a white man's body that remotely compares to nearly every inch of a black man's skin. The first time I caressed black skin, it felt like a luxury I shouldn't be able to afford. I craved it more strongly than Carrie Bradshaw craved Manolo Blahnik shoes. That phrase, "Once you go black, you never go back" is all about the feeling of the skin.
And I had the socially acceptable explanation for my craving. I used that paucity-of-available-white-par tners rationale to explain my relationships with black men for several years. A white woman past forty is often passed over by her white-male contemporaries. She goes younger or ethnic or foreign-born or down the socioeconomic scale or darker or she spends lonely nights at home with her cats. Black men are happy to get the babe they couldn't have when she was twentysomething and fertile. The laws of the marketplace do prevail. It's not me, it's themthem being the white guys who weren't after me anymore, or so I claimed.
That's a lie. The truth is, I attract about the same percentage of available white men my age (and far younger!) now as I did when I was thirtyand that's not including the unavailable white men who want to play around anyway.
Enough white men want me that I was hardly facing enforced celibacy, but I don't want them.
I want black men. They want me. We look at one another and exchange a visible frisson of sexual energy in the lingering glances. And our attraction is based first on race. We are not those couples who "happen to fall in love" with someone of a different race or more purposefully come together but out of some greater sense of interracial understanding and respect. Not as politically-correct men and women do we seek one another out. The Internet has made it a lot easier for us to find each other now. Men advertise: ebony seeks ivory. Women write: seeking tall, dark, and handsome. Very dark. We are not the same people who say: Race is not important. It is important to us. We have race-specific desires.
Even in a time when nearly 40 percent of single Americans have dated outside their race, that deliberate seeking of the specific other makes some people, especially black women, damned mad.
We are what they denigrate and castigate: white women and black men who choose one another because of our racial differences. They resent our taking their men. Black men are two and a half times more likely to marry a white woman than a black woman is to marry a white man. Black women can point to that statistic in justifying their wrath. But in truth, black sisters, we're after the sex, not the ringand these guys aren't the marrying kind anyway.
Yes, the sex!
The woman who goes after black men is a variant of sex journalist Susie Bright's "white bitch in heat," a woman who puts sex first even though women aren't supposed to do that. According to one school of thought, white women turn to black men when their sex drives kick into higher gear and their social inhibitions recede into the rearview mirror. It's a "yes, baby, now I'm ready for you" reaction.
Where did u c that cos Lesotho halena Mokgowa?
Tillman

Tuscaloosa, AL

#9 Jun 30, 2010
Am black african, white women like us because of the strength and sexuality we give them. We are also confidence in what we are. we also like the way a white woman look in the bed which increases that sex drive that you don't wanna loose. I ill still love white women whenever I meet one.

“Likenkeng Marapo”

Since: May 09

Location hidden

#10 Jun 30, 2010
moisture wrote:
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Where did u c that cos Lesotho halena Mokgowa?
a good question! He probably read ebony magazine ea black americans. sis
TALIBAN

UK

#11 Jun 30, 2010
moisture wrote:
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Where did u c that cos Lesotho halena Mokgowa?
Hase ho bolela hore makhooa haa le sieo Lesotho hare tsebe hore ba rata kooma tsa batho ba bats'o.Makhooa mokhoa ona ke mofuta o thabelang kooma le bona haba e pate taba eno,rona re phela le bona ebile haba tsoafe hoo joetsa hore hee moshana eno o tseba ho kota,ebile Makhooa a banna haa batle banna ba bats'o hoba re tseba hoja nyoana rona hare bapale le eona.

“Likenkeng Marapo”

Since: May 09

Location hidden

#12 Jul 1, 2010
Sonia wrote:
Total bullshyt guys, I am a white female and most white women prefer a white man. Go ahead and post your lies about us ladies but we know what we like, also most women prefer men in their own race or cultural groups. I don't want to be mean but why post all these lies?
any woman (regardless of the skin colour) with a pinch of intelligence knows that those statements are simply male-ego driven. fantasy and generalizations. it seems some black men are good at bragging "everybody wants a black man". i think their bragging compensate for something they don't have. so don't get all worked up .....
brooklyn

United States

#13 Sep 26, 2010
The fact is that most White women prefer black men. That is a fantasy they are not willing to admit to white men. Black women do not want white women to date black men. Black women and white men view points are the same. White men want there women to be perfect. Black men don t really care how old the woman is. Most black men cocks are bigger than white men. White men are jealous of that and black women do not want to share it.

“GOD IS LOVE”

Since: Jan 08

M

#14 Sep 26, 2010
Interesting theory – why not subject to scientific testing, which I find hard to believe judging by what is seemingly the reality around us. Yeh! There are white women crazy about black guys and black women who prefer white men for reasons known to them. To however generalize by claiming that white women prefer black men is no doubt a feeble statement.

Might be true though
right on

Clarksburg, NJ

#15 Oct 9, 2011
the color turns them on.

“being in love is so good.”

Since: Jul 11

Nna le motho waka.

#17 Oct 10, 2011
There are some good looking white men out there whom you look at and go hmmm i'd love to have that. Another thing is that us women want to be loved more that anything in the world so white men are capable of doing that more than black men i think. When it comes to sex i think a differnt colour adds some interest, i have looked at some porn where there is a black man and a white woman it looked good.

“being in love is so good.”

Since: Jul 11

Nna le motho waka.

#18 Oct 10, 2011
katelakapeleolekamorago wrote:
I speak for myself,Ï KT do not get tuned by a white chick" no offence, and I am not and never will be a racist.
i wouldnt mind having a white man

“Semomotela sa Mothimposo”

Since: Jul 10

Ka daa!

#19 Oct 10, 2011
molele wrote:
Black skin is thick and lush, sensuous to the touch, like satin and velvet made flesh. There's only one patch of skin on a white man's body that remotely compares to nearly every inch of a black man's skin. The first time I caressed black skin, it felt like a luxury I shouldn't be able to afford. I craved it more strongly than Carrie Bradshaw craved Manolo Blahnik shoes. That phrase, "Once you go black, you never go back" is all about the feeling of the skin.
And I had the socially acceptable explanation for my craving. I used that paucity-of-available-white-par tners rationale to explain my relationships with black men for several years. A white woman past forty is often passed over by her white-male contemporaries. She goes younger or ethnic or foreign-born or down the socioeconomic scale or darker or she spends lonely nights at home with her cats. Black men are happy to get the babe they couldn't have when she was twentysomething and fertile. The laws of the marketplace do prevail. It's not me, it's themthem being the white guys who weren't after me anymore, or so I claimed.
That's a lie. The truth is, I attract about the same percentage of available white men my age (and far younger!) now as I did when I was thirtyand that's not including the unavailable white men who want to play around anyway.
Enough white men want me that I was hardly facing enforced celibacy, but I don't want them.
I want black men. They want me. We look at one another and exchange a visible frisson of sexual energy in the lingering glances. And our attraction is based first on race. We are not those couples who "happen to fall in love" with someone of a different race or more purposefully come together but out of some greater sense of interracial understanding and respect. Not as politically-correct men and women do we seek one another out. The Internet has made it a lot easier for us to find each other now. Men advertise: ebony seeks ivory. Women write: seeking tall, dark, and handsome. Very dark. We are not the same people who say: Race is not important. It is important to us. We have race-specific desires.
Even in a time when nearly 40 percent of single Americans have dated outside their race, that deliberate seeking of the specific other makes some people, especially black women, damned mad.
We are what they denigrate and castigate: white women and black men who choose one another because of our racial differences. They resent our taking their men. Black men are two and a half times more likely to marry a white woman than a black woman is to marry a white man. Black women can point to that statistic in justifying their wrath. But in truth, black sisters, we're after the sex, not the ringand these guys aren't the marrying kind anyway.
Yes, the sex!
The woman who goes after black men is a variant of sex journalist Susie Bright's "white bitch in heat," a woman who puts sex first even though women aren't supposed to do that. According to one school of thought, white women turn to black men when their sex drives kick into higher gear and their social inhibitions recede into the rearview mirror. It's a "yes, baby, now I'm ready for you" reaction.
Joale ebe cut and paste e telele ena o e nka kae?

“being in love is so good.”

Since: Jul 11

Nna le motho waka.

#21 Oct 10, 2011
katelakapeleolekamorago wrote:
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Nonos, not for me thanks, kwae ya me ha e tsohe ha e bona missess.
Ok

“"Go tsamaya ke go bona"”

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#22 Oct 10, 2011
dinono wrote:
<quoted text>Ok
Ge o batla ho utlwa gore lekgowa le kota jwang, le ka go apara short skirts, le t-string ge o eya mosebetsing, o hlahisa le cleavage.O re ge lekhowa le hlaga o be o bula dirope hannyane.Ke a bo bolella o tlilo tanya lekgowa.

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