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Where are the Black women hiding at?!

A beautiful Black woman

1. “Black Woman are so beautiful and sexy I just wish I could find a honey like that.”
2. “I am single and looking for my lovely African American beauty queen”
3. “Any Black women looking for a Latino man?”
4. “I’m a White guy looken for ma boo! ūüôā “
5. “True love wish I could find mine”
6. “Where are these Black girls at??? I love them, but I never seem to find any interested in White dudes lol.”
7. “I wish I could find a Black girl that likes Mexicans”
8. “Tell me about it where the sistas at in Bronx, NYC. I love Black girls, them sexy brownies. I’m Mexican American born in Manhattan, NY and raised in the Bronx”
9. “haha I didn’t know Black women actually liked Asian guys. Where are all of u at? cus there are none around the greater Chicago area”
10. “Weres the sistas in Chicago?”
11. “An alternative Black chick that likes metal? Damn can you hook us up? Lol”
“Where are these Black chicks hiding?!”
12. “Why can’t I find one? :/

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I have a weak spot

A beautiful Black woman

“Black girls they are the most beautiful thing that God has created lol I have a weak spot for morenas lmao coming from a Nuyorican!! ūüôā “

Top choice

A beautiful Black woman

“Idc what nobody thinks Black girls will always be my top choose ! Coming from a nuyorican..”

Treat them as women

A beautiful Black woman with a flower in her hair

“As a European myself, I think we don’t obsess about race in the manner American White men do; if we see a sexy Black women, we view her more in terms of sexy than necessarily Black. Similarly, I’ve also noticed that African-American women are more suspicious of dating White men than Caribbean or African women, primarily due to this fixation on race. Yet as others have noted, when we European men chat with African-American women about things in general rather than focusing on race, the ice breaks. Needless to add, I’ve also been surpirsed by how many Black ladies like blonds, at least here in NYC; it seems that you need only treat them as women, instead of some exotic sex toy.”

A fine dark-skinned Black woman

Gorgeous dark-skinned Black woman

“Honestly, my ideal is a fine dark-skinned Black woman. I’m Rican so I know tons of girls around my way in the BX that are basically light-skinned Black, and while I appreciate their beauty, they just don’t do it for me like dark-skinned women. Dark skin on a woman just looks so pure, unblemished, uncracked. I look at the whole person, but dark skin is def. a plus.and btw, I don’t know about White men, but Latino men been had that oral thing on lock! We are very generous lovers to say the least”

Natural hair

A beautiful Black woman with long afro textured hair

“Me personally I adore Black women who walk with their natural hair over those who perm their hair to let it hang down or even worse retro fit their hair with pieces of hair weave. I find attractive when Black women who style their natural hair and have it frills or an afro, it really shows how sexy they are and it’s a huge turn on. Me I’m not a big fan of Black women using hair pieces or perming their hair. From what I noticed Black women who keep their natural hair and style it tend to be very educated, open minded, confident, very sure of themselves, professional, liberal. I see plenty of Black women like this when I venture to lower Manhattan and to some extent even in Harlem and yes plenty of Black women like what I mentioned or what this thread talks about primarily date White men. It does not matter what her¬†skin tone¬†is, but just the fact how the way her hair is styled and natural is a complete turn on.”

My preference

Beautiful Black woman being embraced by a handsome Asian man

“I am an Asian man from Brooklyn, NY and have been dating Black women all my life. That is my preference. It’s become such a non-factor in my life because all my friends and family are so used to it they never give it a second thought, nor I. So when I see how uncommon it is in other parts of America, I forget that it’s not an everyday occurrence. Well, I’m glad that you and some other Black ladies are speaking out on it and saying positive things.”