Black women feel interracial dating
By: Carla Ford Have you ever considered if you lived in the UK, would men of others races be more openly receptive in showing their attraction towards Black women?
The eccentric, open-minded and tolerant reputation of the British is, in general, accurate.
Even more so, 50 percent of Caribbean origin children have one White parent.
I should also add here that Black people of African descent buck this trend slightly, and there appear to be more of them dating within their ethnic group.
I’ve interacted with plenty of White guys, but it’s never clear if they are interested in a relationship or not, even when we’re on a date.
I am, of course, pleased that it is now acceptable to date who you want regardless of their skin colour.
He added that his White friends would not rule out dating us, but that he warned them they would have trouble handling a Black woman.
Having Black men reinforce these stereotypes makes dating harder for us. A conversation I had with my friend Ally last week summarises the confusion among my girlfriends: ‘‘I want a man I connect with on every level, and I don’t care about their colour, but I’m just having no luck, I feel like I’ve been single forever!
On the other hand, Jem, a fellow Teacher disagrees slightly with Ally and says that like me she isn’t short of attention from Black men, but they aren’t on our wavelength in terms of education, job or outlook.
Like many other sisters I know, Jem would rather be in a relationship with a Black man, but realises that she may be waiting forever if she rules out everyone else.
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When I’m with my Black girlfriends, we socialise in bars and clubs which are multicultural, and our biggest complaint about non-Black men is their lack of transparency when talking with us.