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Scare Tactics: They won’t marry you!! They’re just going to use you for sex!! Married to a Black woman WMBW edition Part 1

Beautiful Black bride

1. “I love Black women. I have dated Black women, and I am married to a very beautiful dark Black woman.”
2. “My wife is Black and I’m White, and we run into ignorant people on occasion, also. Unfortunately, there are still people out there who just don’t get that we love each other and don’t care what they think. But that’s their problem, not ours. 🙂 “
3. “Married to my Ebony Queen for 17yrs. no one ever has ever challenged my choice of Wife, because I gave of a vibe of “Don’t F with me” (What my Wife says anyway) The only challenges received came only from My Mother. LOL. No one else ever dared to say anything to my face. I am not having that!!!!!!!!!!!”
4. “I see my wife’s different colour as one of the many things I love about her. Seeing her dark chocolate fingers In my pale one’s always puts a smile on my face and it my heart.”
5. “I am with you +marleygirl I am a White guy married to a Black woman and our whole families get along with each other.”
6. “Oh yea I forgot I am White and MARRIED my Black wife.”
7. “This is me and my wife.  I’m not with her because she is Black.  I am with her because I love her.  Love is color blind.  I have been with White, Black, Hispanic, etc.  You name it.  I think that the reason why some of us gravitate towards certain cultures is due to our upbringing.  I feel more home among her family than I do families of others I have been with.  Our personalities match better than any of the other relationships I have been in.  I love this woman….till death do us apart!”
8. “I am a White man and me consider Black women so beautiful, thats why I am married with my Black princess, I love my Black beautiful wife”
9. “I am White Irish/English (so I was told) and my wife is Black. I have dated many races and yet married a Black woman. Love has no Boundaries and racism is just fear and ignorance. I have had more negative attitudes from Black men then anyone concerning our relationship though.”

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Respect

A beautiful Black woman

“My wife and I celebrated our 22nd wedding anniversary today. So, I think that it is safe to say that I have a little experience on the subject of interracial relationships and marriage. Respect is the foundation of any successful marriage. Romance cannot sustain any union…Ladies, only join with a partner who respects you and wants to share with you, not just take from you. A husband will cherish, protect, and support his wife if he respects her. He will be faithful and patient if he respects her.”

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.”

He’s a keeper or a creeper

A beautiful Black woman

“BW there are alot of White guys out there, that only want to try it out!! So don’t rush into things, just take your time and you will know if he’s a keeper or a creeper. I absolutely love my gf and been together for about 3 yrs and I know we’ll get married. Yeah so BW take your time and be patient”

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…”