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I am attracted to Black women

A beautiful Black woman

“I have dated mostly Black women, because I am attracted to them. It doesn’t matter if she is light skin, dark skin or whatever. I just find them beautiful and that is it.”

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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…”

Ebony women are beautiful

A beautiful Black woman White man interracial couple

“Ain’t no secret, Ebony women are beautiful. Coming from a White man from London, England, shit I love me an Ebony Queen.”

Black women have the best arms and hands

A beautiful Black woman giving a hug

“Black women have the best arms and hands – long, graceful beautifully formed – their color is stunning in the sun – they are gentle in nature too – from a blue eyed almost White man”

Strength is attracted to Strength

A beautiful Black woman enjoying an intimate conversation with a handsome White man

“White men like Black women’s strength because we’re more secure in our positions in society and so have nothing to prove. We’re not threatened. Strength is attracted to strength.”

Haters, Saboteurs, and Cock Blockers Part Deux

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@Allie8_79  “…some Black men’s strategy is to talk Black women down to their non-Black friends and generally discourage IRR between BW and non-BM so that they can keep BW for themselves all the while dating out for as long as they can…”
“Oh yeah. There was a young Black woman I liked during high school [mid-70s], and I was good friends with her [male] cousin. I figured, “hey he can put in a good word for me, ensure her folks that I am a straight up guy and come from a good family, etc” As I learned much later, what a mistake. He told me that “she’s just that friendly with everyone so don’t read too much into that. And, I know she’s only interested in Black men because she told me.” What he said was pretty convincing, so I moved on. Fast forward three decades, and at a reunion…the first time we had seen each other since high school. We picked up like it was yesterday. We both wanted to talk about how we felt about each other. I told her how I had felt about her, and she asked why I didn’t pursue her. I told her what her cousin had told me. She was really mad at her cousin [who had died 2 years  earlier], because none of what he told me was true. She said even her dad [no-nonsense US Navy man] liked me, which would have been half the battle. Since we were both there with our spouses, we couldn’t just run out of there, but we thought about it (LOL j/k) I did get to meet her husband, a really nice Cuban guy. So at least she did all right in the relationship department [and he’s probably a better dancer than me too!]”

God made Black women first, and made the rest outta what was left over!

A beautiful Black woman wearing a church hat

“God made Black women first, and made the rest outta what was left over! I’m a White guy, but I wouldn’t even consider dating, or marrying, anyone but a Black woman. Maybe I’m all wet, but I find in most Black women a great amount of inner strength yet a certain unique sensitivity or vunerablility. It’s hard to explain, but it’s there in Aces. For what ever reason, I just feel more at ease, more comfortable, with Black people in general. I’m one of only two White guys at my church of over 300, but I’m always treated as jan equal. Actually, I may get a little more attention, as folks don’t want me to feel like a minority. LOL”