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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.”

Chocolate Luv

A beautiful Black woman

“Shoot I’m Korean and I love Black woman. Gimme sum of that chocolate luv. Holla”

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Getting up the courage to approach Black women

A beautiful Black woman

“I’m one of those White guys that stares and smiles at Black girls/women like you. Why don’t (some of us, at least) get up the courage to approach girls/women like you? I suspect that it has something to do with the fact that while we may be attracted to Black girls/women, while we may, indeed, have African American coworkers that we’re on good terms with and while we more than likely daily interact with other Black folk in a variety of other settings, we don’t actually have any African American friends. And in not having those friends, we’re, well, uncertain as to how to approach someone from that group. Afraid, perhaps, that we might say or do something that somehow comes across as stereotyping in nature or otherwise insensitive. Afraid, too, perhaps of being too White (whatever that might be). Those are my ideas, at least. And something that I definitely need to work on, because, quite frankly, I find most of the Black women that I meet these days far more attractive than any others. Enough of my babble…”

I want a Black girlfriend

A beautiful Black woman

“I want a Black girlfriend so so much. I dream of Black girl ^_^ I’m from Japan”

Don’t worry

Beautiful Black women

“Don’t worry Black girls, White guys will love you no matter how dark or light your skin is”

The first girl to ever pay attention to me

A beautiful young educated Black woman

“When I first got to high school in 67 it was an urban school. I attended all-white schools since Kindergarten, but everyone went there for high school. It was 60/40 Black/White. I was a shy kid and struck out with White girls – most of whom weren’t very nice to me (it was the sixties and if you weren’t in with the cool crowd you were kept outside. The first girl to ever pay attention to me, and flirted with me was Black. I think I was 14 or 15, and she was very nice, and made me feel worthwhile – I mean she thought I was good looking and talked to me as if I had value as a human being – no White girl ever talked to me like that. I wish I had the courage then to ask her out (as I said I was shy and I didn’t have the wherewithal to buck societal prejudices and my family then (OK I was a coward) – both of which I regret very much today). It took me a few years to work up to dating Black women (by the time I reached my early twenties I was fearless), and for me it always was a far better experience than the White women I dated or was in relationships with over the years – acceptance of me, no judgements, a willingness to share interests. Love is love; I just know for me I want to find my soul mate and I want her to be Black. I’m not sure if I explained this well at all but I felt the need to say something. I hope everyone here meets their true love.”