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Haters, Saboteurs, and Cock Blockers Part Τρία(3)

Black woman White man interracial couple

“Something else is evident, Black guys getting really jealous about BW/WM. College educated BW are quickly finding out that WM with an education and a good career will put that ring on her finger and be a faithful husband.”

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Go out and let go of stereotypes

A beautiful Black woman

“I find Black girls very attractive but what I find most attractive is their perspective in life and their inner beauty. Being a White suburban raised male, I was raised to fear the unknown and to stay with like minded people. However after I took the initiative to break out of that shell, I learned that women, especially those who were different than me, had a different view on the world. They also understood my view since my view is seen all the time in the media. This perspective and intelligence has been very attractive to me. It helps balance between my views so that a better truth can be found of myself and the world around me. To those like me interested in dating Black women, relax and be yourself. Forget about stereotypes because once you date as many women as I have, you will learn that each individual regardless of appearance is very different from one another. There are similarities in groups, and then there are differences and uniqueness. Go out and let go of stereotypes and engage your dates with curiosity, innocence, and genuine interest.”

I always liked Black women

Beautiful Black business woman

“I’m a Latino and I always liked Black women for many reasons. They are very passionate, sexy, smart, and very comprehensive … I Love them!!!”

I wanted more

A young Black woman graduating

“No lie I’m a shy guy my self I’m Korean and I luv Black girls shit, I luv em more then Asian girls and yeah there was this Black girl in my class, my sophmore year (I’m a senior in high school) nd I had a crush on her and I haven’t talked to her ever since, and then she approched me on our senior year and u kno we talked nd now wer like best friends 4 ever. I wanted more but she said shes doesn’t want to be in a relationship rite now. nd yeah were like “going out” but not really”

Some of the most intelligent women

Gorgeous Black woman

“It annoys me that people have this image of Black women that are loud, have broken off hair, are uneducated, etc. The MAJORITY of Black women that I come into contact with on a DAILY basis are not ghetto, but some of the most intelligent women that I’ve met in my life.”

The most significant thing I learned

Intelligent Black woman teaching class

“Every woman on the planet, pretty or plain, heavy or thin, black, white, brown, yellow or red has love, comfort and companionship to offer some deserving man somewhere. I was taught by Quebecois parents that ugly was a character reference and that all people have something beautiful about them. I grew up in a very small town north of Thunder Bay, Ontario in Canada. I was ten years old and entering grade five in 1966. Our town was made up of European and First Nation people. Our new teacher was a Black woman originally from Alabama I believe and had gotten her teaching degree in Toronto where she had been living. She was the first black person any of us had ever seen besides on television. She was medium height, shaped a bit like Oprah, very pretty and stylish and had a throaty voice. She smelled like lillies. During recess she would walk up and down the rows putting paper on our desks and sing opera songs. I would stare at her through the open windows and wonder of her. Sometimes she would let me help her at recess and tell me stories about America. She was the first women other than my mother that I picked flowers for. I was shocked and disappointed when I returned for grade six and she had gone back to Toronto. Without intention she had opened me socially personally to the “others” that made up the world. If I could love a Black woman purely, as a boy, I could certainly love a Black woman with loves attendant delights as a man. It is the most significant thing I learned in grade school.”