Tag Archive | why white men PREFER to date black women over white women

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.”

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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”

OUR HAPPINESS TOGETHER IS THE ONLY THING THAT MATTERS!

A beautiful Black woman being embraced by a handsome White man

“This is where it should come down to the old rule most of us were taught but apparently forgot…it’s called, “Mind your own business!” The fact that my relationship is with a Black Woman is NO ONEs business but ours….Not societies, Not the Black Race, Not the White Race, and NOT the governments. It’s ours…our choice! I’ve read eveything here today from, The White race wants the Black race to lighten up and let them in…the Black woman was called a sellout from the Black man because she dated only White men…and oh by the way..that same Black man was married to a White women. If you choose to date/marry only in your race ….GREAT…if you choose to date/marry outside your race…GREAT. BE happy…I will be happy for you……give me the same please. Don’t judge either of us …….I promise you, neither of us will ever judge you….we don’t care what you, society or anyone else thinks. OURS HAPPINESS TOGETHER IS THE ONLY THING THAT MATTERS! Have a nice life everyone!”

Nobody seems to have a problem with it

BW WM interracial couple

“Funny I’m from Mississippi and I date Black women and nobody in my community seems to have a problem with it.”

A cold day in hell

BWWM interracial couple dancing

“My wife and I get stares and comments like that from random strangers as well (from both sides Black and White), but in the end who gives a damn what they think. Either you let em make you miserable or you can hold your head high and just be happy with who your with (if you love them). Don’t get me wrong I know it can be trying, but it would be a cold day in hell before I allowed the stares and whispers of the small minded fools to keep me from going out in public with my wife.”

Can I honestly say I lived life the way I wanted to?

Black woman White man interracial couple

“I love Black women they don’t get near the credit for their beauty as they should. I knew that I was attracted to a Black woman when I was just a kid, for some reason they liked me to. But growing up I was taught this was not acceptable. One day I realized that all the ppl that were against interracial relationships don’t pay any of my bills and when my time here is up can I honestly say I lived life the way I wanted to? The answer was no I couldn’t. So I said to hell with what everyone else thought, I have been with a Black woman ever since… I’m also now married to a Black woman, yes we get stared at all the time but hey we don’t care it’s our lives those ppl don’t lay down with either one of us. So my advise to all you White men that are afraid of what others will think. (To hell with those ppl) Do you, be happy with yourselves don’t hide who you are because of what others might think or say…ay”

I’m not afraid to let anyone know

White man Black woman interracial couple

“I’m Irish and I love me some Black women.. I’m not afraid to let anyone know.”