Ask Black America: Should Black Women Date Outside Their Race More?

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It’s no secret; for many many years, there has been a moaning of discontent among Black women who say they find it hard to find a suitable mate among Black men.There used to be a lot of speculation that maybe if so many men were not incarcerated, maybe, more women would be able to find a husband or life partner.

Now, in the last decade, there has been a new obstacle; it was revealed that a lot of black men were living “on the down low” , which meant that now women had to compete with other men for the attention of the few men that were available.

Lately, the topic of exploring interracial partnerships is being discussed more and more. Black women are still the least likely to date outside of their race, but maybe they are missing out on something. We asked our readers on our Facebook Page the following Question: “Considering that so many Black women are single and say they can’t find good Black men, should dating other races and nationalities be more of a consideration for Black women?

The answers are below: (Please feel free to also add your thoughts and views.)

“I think so and have seriously considered it. We,as black women,need to be more open minded to the possibilities. Besides our black brothers have been doing it for years, so why should we be so loyal and miss out on possibly finding our soulmate, even if he is of another race or nationality?”


“I’m Not A Blk Women , But I Love & Don’t Mind Dating Out Of My Race ..”


“why not. i live in NY. that’s not am issue. have at it guys.”


“Firstly, there ARE good Black men. We just have to change our approach. Secondly, why NOT explore other options? The “one” might be right in your face and you miss the blessing because you are hardset on the packaging.”


“absolutely, today is the youngest we will ever be, so why waste time waiting for someone that don’t want you. we have to compete with women of all races, men,and incarceration… if you find love in another race and treats you right and respects you go for it….”


“My son is black, I asked him why he only dated white girls, and would he date a black girl. He told me sure, if’s she’s nice, honest, etc. This is 2012, not 1900.”


“With all the handsome educated white men, WHY WOMEN DONT WANT DATE THEM?”


“Can’t find a GOOD BLACK MAN??? hmmm…Most wouldn’t know a GOOD MAN if he were standing in front of them…MEN & WOMEN ALIKE no matter the skin color need to STOP with all the BULL CRAP…GAMES…DRAMA & unnecessary STRESS…Be Real about your intentions and have REAL EXPECTATIONS…Come down off that HIGH HORSE…Stop FRONTING…acting as if you are living THE LIFESTYLES of THE RICH & FAMOUS..while you’re barely making it from check to check and can only afford PET MILK & CEREAL…There are PLENTY of US GOOD BLACK MEN…”


“While you’re waiting for “Mr. Right”…try locating a prison Pen-Pal…who may have been given an unrealistly long sentence for substance possession. I consider these ‘crimes’ of survival, or ‘revenue-building.’ Plenty of “brothers” in lock-up…”







Well, if the answers from our Facebook Page are anything to go by, sisters are stepping into new territory to look for love. Maybe the next time a study is released it will have different results as to who won’t tip toe over the color lines in search of love.


  1. Greg

    October 22, 2012 at 2:16 pm

    That depends on the individual black woman….

  2. Monique

    October 22, 2012 at 9:47 pm

    Yes I think we short change ourselves when we don’t. I would love to know what the apprehension is. For me, I think I worry about passion and familiarity a little too much. However, if I ever had an opportunity to date someone I was actually attracted to of another culture I would

  3. Gail

    October 22, 2012 at 9:57 pm

    Sure we should. Why not? Let me meet a man outside of my race who meets my standards and treats me the way I want to be treated and I’m going for it!

    • Jah Larry Dread

      October 23, 2012 at 12:18 am

      Standards…What are they?

    • Observant

      October 24, 2012 at 12:28 pm

      Hope you the best, but I have three cousins who married outside their race and they all are divorced! Marriage is difficult enough without adding other outside unforseen things that may come up! Just make sure you and your mate can talk about rascism! If you can’t agree that it still exists, you are in trouble as a couple because this wretched world will let you know everyday that you are black eventhough your spouse may not be. This is one reason I would never date outside my race because most other cultures that I have commnicated with in the past seem not to understand how rascism really affects MY life! Another reason I had a friend who was married to a man who called her the N word evrytime he would get mad at her. There are some genuine people out there of any race but they are very hard to find like a needle in a haystack! The good people never hang out because they have their own circle of friends, so that means that most people are left with the rejects or undesirables of another race.

  4. Tawnymarie

    October 22, 2012 at 11:04 pm

    Me personally no. For everyone else it’s up to you. Even if I was to protest and say oh it’s not right, keep it real, stay true most likely you are going to do what you want so why even ask. All I will say is a man is a man and if you are think the grass is going to be greener on the other side well I wouldn’t get my hopes up to high. It’s all about you and how you feel if you are a confident women that can handle all that goes with dating outside your race more power to you.

  5. Mandingo

    October 23, 2012 at 2:34 am

    You promoting racial suicide?

    • Halima

      October 23, 2012 at 5:26 am

      Boyce must respond to you promptly.

    • Torrance

      October 23, 2012 at 1:10 pm

      Racial Suicide started with the beginning of slavery.
      What is the problem here. Men/Women, Black/White/Blue/Green, we all have the same wants, needs and desires. As was stated earlier, Black men have been and will continue to date outside their race. Let Black women seek and have the same opportunities without all the drama.

      • Observant

        October 24, 2012 at 12:45 pm

        Your mind is probably on sex as usually so it does not matter if the woman that you get with has a dad that is part of the kkk or if she is from an Arabic country does not matter if her dad or brother is part of a terroist group. And no, what I am saying is not rascist. Because overall, black people have never healed from slavery but yet black women are disrespected by black men to the extreme! The thing that gets me is how most of the black men I have met put other women on podium and praise her and is always there to tear us down. Just remember if you all live to see 70 or above, are these people you all are with going to be there to clean your butt! DOUBTFUL! The world really does not embrace the black man, why do you think Obama is being mistreated? Because for the most part, these people think black men should still be their slave.

    • Dreadman4040

      October 23, 2012 at 11:24 pm

      What white man paid you all to do this?You dumb cunts, you all are promoting racial genocide.conduct this same survey on non black women and see what they say, you white washed jezebels.

      • Hey You!

        October 26, 2012 at 2:13 am

        why u mad for? i doubt you have this much to say to black men and their racist preference in non-black women.


  6. JC

    October 23, 2012 at 3:51 am

    Seriously, get off the topic already. There’s nothing else you could be talking about?(smh) As a social media it’s up to you to take the conversation to the next level. We’re better then this people.

  7. kimberly

    October 23, 2012 at 4:12 am

    In love with a man from another culture…Luv N It!

  8. Rolaz

    October 23, 2012 at 4:33 am

    Well as far as I’m concerned there’s only the Human Race. So date, marry, whoever you actually love, as they say “Love is Blind”.

  9. Jaime

    October 23, 2012 at 5:21 am

    Women should explore all their options. There is only the human race and mankind who with their arrogance has divided itself over artificial lines. Women should explore all options. But they should explore them all equally. Black, White, Native, Asian, etc. The man that treats her and her family right and welcomes her into his family fully, should be a valid option regardless of their looks.

    • frances

      December 3, 2012 at 8:09 pm

      I agree love the person not the skin color.

  10. Deamon

    October 23, 2012 at 6:05 am

    YAwn… Isnt there any other topic one can strike up these days .. who cares really?
    if it works for you and it is your preverence go for it.. why is this even a topic…? echt geeuw man .. not mad just saying i think black have more importentant stuff to think about..

  11. ron

    October 23, 2012 at 8:17 am

    when have black women not dated out side of there race??

  12. T

    October 23, 2012 at 8:51 am

    For the last time people….date who YOU want! Everyone else who has a problem with who other people choose to spend their time with…mind your own damn business! Clean up your own attitude, life & backyard before you go trying to comment or change someone else’s! Maybe if your stuff were on point, someone would want to spend time with you! Enough of this subject already! People are gonna date who they want & could care less about what you think or how you feel about it!!

  13. Elizabeth

    October 23, 2012 at 9:34 am

    Absolutely date other races. African-American women have limited their options and that needs to stop. Most African-American men do not want a woman who is dark like them so we are forced to look elsewhere. Men go after what the media portrays as attractive and that is the way it is…deal accordingly.

    • VoiceOf Truth

      October 24, 2012 at 9:08 am

      That is not true of all black men, not even most black men. The media would want you to believe that.

  14. black jonjes

    October 23, 2012 at 9:48 am

    MOST DEFINITELY!!!!! There is really only ONE color——-MAGNETISM will draw you to your partner but “Look only to yourself for HAPPINESS”.

  15. YiaYia

    October 23, 2012 at 9:56 am

    I hate talking about this topic, but:

    YES! And black women have been making these dating choices for a while now. Why are we talking about this?

    Sistas, please kill the loyalty, break them chains, and do what makes you happy.

  16. kim

    October 23, 2012 at 11:14 am

    Its up to the Black woman, not anyone else. Why even ask this stupid question??? Should Black men date outside their race?? Its strictly up to the person choosing to date whomever the choose!! Its not worth the time to even ask such an obvious question…. blaaaaahhhhhh!!

  17. radiah

    October 23, 2012 at 11:16 am

    The brothers are WAY ahead of us on this one. Go Sistas Go!

    • Sharon

      October 23, 2012 at 1:18 pm

      Yes of course! If you want more choices of whatever you are looking for in a relationship or whatever you want, opening your options creates more choices.

  18. kim

    October 23, 2012 at 11:22 am

    I’ve been dating many men “outside my race”, lol, since I was a teenager…its no biggie to me…this thong is not new and so-called brothers never had any jump-start on me….lmao….i find this question entirely useless….gees!!

  19. Mak Legend

    October 23, 2012 at 11:51 am

    I used to love this site but found it would just piss me off everyday. Black women have dated outside of the race for ever now. Boyce, u are becoming Jerry Springer man, just stirring the pot of anger and hate and profiting. Not a good look and also why I very rarely visit the site anymore. I’m tired of it, and I think a lot of other people are too. As a black man and artist who has done incredibly hot and positive hip hop for 20 years and been over-looked by you, Steve Harvey, Tom Joyner, Michael Dyson, Tavis Smiley, and all of the othe so called champions of the black race, get off that bullshit and do something to help somebody other than yourself. Mak Legend

  20. Cortez

    October 23, 2012 at 12:14 pm

    I would never date outside my race. First I don’t want my pure black blood tainted. 2. I have too many shades of black within my race to choose from, from the lightest of the light to the darkest of the dark skinned so why would I go outside that and choose something pale like death. 3. White ain’t right.. Look at the headline on this post KKK sets black woman on fire and it barely hit the news. 4. I’m smart enough to who and what kind of people that I’m dealing with. White people are The devil. Anybody can be A devil but white folks are THE devil.

    • Ahem...

      October 23, 2012 at 11:32 pm

      1. You’re not ‘pure’ anything. Kill that noise…

      2. Where the hell do you think them ‘many different shades of black’ come from?

      3. Some of them suck and some of them don’t. *shrug* As if black folks have room to talk about white people. Some black men are making headlines by going on these shooting rampages, killing their non-black partners.

      4. Black people definitely have their faults too. Stop acting like black folks are somehow absolved from dumb behavior.

      That’s the problem already…

      • Una

        November 17, 2012 at 4:28 pm

        Thank You!

    • gregory cox

      October 24, 2012 at 12:49 pm

      you are so right!the devil is white! Wop! the devil maid me do it!

  21. Christopher

    October 23, 2012 at 12:44 pm

    I really wish there was some more intellectual substance used in this particular subject matter. Given the commentary I can see the reason for some more research done into this matter.

    The history surrounding this issue is littered with brutality, cruelty and objectivity. Even in current times, it is saddening to see the reiteration of such passive mindsets toward the historical significance of this matter.

    Without subjecting myself to a long list of responses from male or female posters, I will say that I love Black Queens with no equivocation and believe that in the society of today, positive Black love is a revolutionary act. It is necessary for that to be a consistent reminder as it is often forgotten at the very iteration of articles mimicking this subject.

  22. diablo

    October 23, 2012 at 12:47 pm

    lol what a dumb questioned

  23. Kirsten

    October 23, 2012 at 1:04 pm

    Why does this have to be a conversation? If you want to do it and if you don’t then don’t. Personally, I don’t feel limited to dating black men…I just love them so I date them.

  24. Sharon

    October 23, 2012 at 1:19 pm


  25. TDD

    October 23, 2012 at 1:23 pm

    ..if they do then the sentiment by black woman can’t continue hatin on the black man by the black woman within itshelf is paramount let alone hideous for the black community. Plus (IMHO) the black community has taught little black girls to not trust their own brother, or any other black males an also teach their daughter how to emasculate their own black male children, not letting them be who they are..or grow up into MAN , keeping the little boy alive in them forever, we call them mama’s boys, who can’t make a move without their mommy’s approval. thisis why black males are often refered too as BOY(in public) and not a man. Because inherently black males haven’t be RAISED to be men, but sheer a boy-man-child.

    So the sentiment by black women is that a blackman is only dating or marrying a white woman for status or if he can control the white woman, or if simply he’s had ENOUGH of the blackwoman negative attitude ans honestly.

    Men of any race favor women period no matter what race, and until black women understand this, then you will NEVER understand the mind of a male let alone a black male.

    • MsObsidian

      October 23, 2012 at 4:16 pm


      You made excellent great points. I like how you mentioned how the Black community is teaching Black girls and boys not to trust each other and how Black men are emasculated at a young age.

    • Ahem...

      October 23, 2012 at 11:38 pm

      “the black community has taught little black girls to not trust their own brother”

      Surely, you jest…

      Marvin Gaye said it best: ‘Mama said believe half of what you see, son, and none of what you hear.’

      These little black girls have eyes and they’re seeing what some of these black males are doing.

      Surely you don’t think that the black male collective are the pillars of finer manhood? ‘Cuz I know many sistas that will tell you otherwise.

  26. Judith tate

    October 23, 2012 at 2:42 pm

    I already have enuff said

  27. Tariq Shakoor

    October 23, 2012 at 3:29 pm

    This could be a tough issue, only if you ignore the realities in our society. I think the initial stigma we had on interracial dating is an attitude born out of slavery and a sense of betrayal when a black man or woman for that matter strayed, so to speak. There was (is) a sense of insecurity and betrayal because of our condition emerging out of slavery and Jim Crow racism. Racism is still alive of course, but attitudes are still changing and evolving to the point that we are all coming to recognize that there is only one race—the Human race! As we cast off our feelings of inadequacy and insecurity as a people, we will all be more open to interracial dating. It is more accepted now than ever before. I see no problem with someone dating outside their racial group and that is especially true for Black women who have fewer men to select from by virtue of the disproportionate number of black men in jail or on the down low, or who are gay. I only have a problem with dating outside the race if you have an exclusive preference for white men (or women) over your own. For me, there is something unhealthy about that. I think it smacks of self-hate. But, clearly dating and marrying people you love should be a personal thing and a sacred thing—no judging allowed! My 2 cent worth!

  28. MsObsidian

    October 23, 2012 at 4:09 pm

    I have had it up to my neck with these articles about why Black women should date inter-racially. The reason these articles annoy me is because subliminally it perpetuates the notion of Black inferiority. These articles and unfortunately a lot Blacks are in collusion with it. The only thing these article are doing is telling the world that Black people are so screwed up to the point that they don’t even want to date or marry each other. Which is NOT true! Can’t you all see what is going on?! This is divide and conquer hiding behind one of most fundamental drivers of humanity: finding a mate! These articles fuel the Black male ego into thinking that every woman in the world wants him, when in actuality, they don’t want you, they just want your cock because they have Black male fetish. These articles fuel Black women notion that they aren’t worthy of love and respect from Black men and that they must look to others to get the love and attention that Black men have given up on giving them. These articles fuel the resentment between black males and females even at a young age because their parents are resentful themselves. These articles make it seem to Black men that Black women have a “problem”, and that they (Black men) aren’t and will never be good enough for them. And the list goes on and on. Am I saying don’t date outside your race? Absolutely NOT! Love is love and whomever God bring in your life to love you is whom you should accept. However, what I AM saying is that, these articles about how Black women can’t find a man and how Black women should date inter-racially does more harm than good. All of this inter-racial dating promotion to me seems more like fetishism more so than about love. If you are to date inter-racially, I don’t care what your gender, race, or sexual identity, do it for the RIGHT reasons. DON’T DO IT because you think the grass is greener on the other side or simply because you always wanted to know what it was like to date or sleep with a person of another race/ethnic group.

  29. brotherscoe

    October 23, 2012 at 4:54 pm

    The black race has never been homogenous in culture here in america, its mostly been symbolic. With intergration and blacks became more educationaly diverse in travel and versed in different languages, they became less compatiable with other blacks who wouldn’t rise to the opportunities that the world presents itself with, instead lead dysfunctional lives, kids from various relationships.The more successful blacks do not want to downgrade themselves into those lifestyles, so they are sometimes forced to look outside of their race for compatiable companionship of like minds, regardless of race, love finds itself on all levels. Other countries have been intermarrying for decades.

    • makar72

      October 23, 2012 at 5:22 pm

      The only concern I have ever had is this question… Why is it that people have to change in order to date someone of another ethnicity? It is like this kind of weird need to totally disown you ethnicity to do it. Another problem is when people tend insist on black people divorcing themselves from loving themselves in order to cross that racial love line. It is called “eating the other” and it really annoys me. If you cannot accept everything about a person (like their culture) maybe you don’t deserve to be with that person.

  30. Jondrea

    October 23, 2012 at 5:06 pm

    Date the person, not the race. Love ‘that person,’ and not ‘those people’

    • makar72

      October 23, 2012 at 5:33 pm

      Aren’t we part of where we come from? If I am unwilling to love you and your people am I really loving you? I Want to embrace everything about the person I love. If I can’t do that I am asking them to deny a part of themself. This has a tone toward not only being unfair, but also immoral.

  31. Joia

    October 23, 2012 at 6:38 pm

    YES! The black race is the only one where the men put women outside their race above their owon beautiful black women. I think that due to black women’s unconditional love and loyalty to black men that black males think that other men don’t want us because in their warped visual minds, they too often think that black women are not as beautiful or
    desirable as other women.

    Seldom do I see a black man who appears to have something to offer [as in not just assets, but an ability to love, humility, sanity,sense, commitment, integrity, etc.] who elects to marry and/or be with a black woman anymore. Not even the light, bright, darn near white Sistahs aren’t able to hold fast against women [and men] of other ethnic races anymore, and everyong knows they were always the favorite darlings on the preferred black male.

    Young women in particular better look outside their race for love and/or marriage; and that’s not necessarily considering just white men, but Hispanic, Asian, Italian, Spanish, et al] to find someone to love and commit to them. If not, they may look up in a hot minute and find the wrinkles looking back at them in the mirror while still chasing self loathing clowns who hate themselves and anyone who looks like them, no matter how beautiful.

    • VoiceOf Truth

      October 24, 2012 at 8:57 am

      That’s not true of all black men

  32. J. Roseau

    October 23, 2012 at 7:00 pm

    I have no issue with interracial relations. However, in most cases, such relations occur because Blacks have self-complex issues. They hate themselves so much that they would accept anything or anyone that bears a resemblance to their White slave masters. Have you ever wondered as to the reason that educated Black Christians tend to worship the White so-called Jesus in their church, though they are fully aware of the Bible’s description of the real Jesus as a being with hair like wool and feet like bronze?

    • VoiceOf Truth

      October 24, 2012 at 8:55 am

      Educated Black Christians don’t worship a white Jesus because He is not white. The ‘white’ skin color/race concept came along centuries after He walked the earth.

    • Nona Dancer

      October 25, 2012 at 8:14 pm

      That is amazing that someone would say something like that, the word says no one has every seen the father. For all we know he could be a white man with hair like wool? Huh? This is another time speak for yourself I do not have a self complex issues, and I love myself. Truly amazing!

  33. Kim

    October 23, 2012 at 8:01 pm

    We are of the HUMAN RACE! Stop looking at skin color and culture. We all breathe, & *hit. We date and marry whom we desire n who makes us HAPPY for this life is very very short. Ans as for Jesus, I don’t care what color He is – He is my Saviour of this world whom has helped me through many harsh times. Why does skin color matter? SHOULD vERY DARK SKIN (BLACKS) DATE/MARRY VERY LIGHT SKINNED (BLACKS)? I MEAN WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES IT mAKE?

    • J. Roseau

      October 23, 2012 at 9:08 pm

      One’s race “should not” matter. In fact, it is merely a social construct with no scientific basis. However, it would be naive to assume that race “does not” matter. It mattered during slavery, the Civil Right era, and has continued to matter until today. It matters so much that some Blacks bleach their skins and perm their hair to look White.

  34. Cuban Flowers

    October 23, 2012 at 11:24 pm

    Is this a joke? what do you mean SHOULD THEY? has anyone ever asked black men if they SHOULD?..

    I’m glad my black man decided to date and marry outside of his race…

    I had to scroll back up to see if this article was written by a man…

    i have noticed (not with my husband because he can’t give a shhhhht who others date) that a lot of black males have issue with black women

    dating different races/ethnicities…..

    but yet they always have this “i dare you to say something” look when they are around black women and have their Delilah or other on their arm…

    i have heard so many black men call women sell outs when they decide to date a man outside of their race.. i find it so comical!…

    be blessed.

  35. Barbara

    October 23, 2012 at 11:33 pm

    I think we all agree that there is a shortage of Black men in the U.S. due to the record number of men incarcerated, and the homosexual population in the Black race. Women of other races have decided that they want him and they go all out to get him. As Black women we need to open up our options to include all other races. As for me, my man is highly educated, makes lots of money, treats me LIKE A QUEEN, and his white skin contrast nicely with my Black skin. You may even forget that his skin is white……we are all just human.

  36. Ahem

    October 24, 2012 at 3:00 am

    “i have noticed that a lot of black males have issue with black women”

    You hit it right on the head. A lot of black men harbor serious resentment and disdain for black women.

    • brotherscoe

      October 26, 2012 at 9:01 pm

      You are confusing black males with black men who love their black women, its the black female and male that are at odds with each other. Their are many black females and males who think another race outside black will solve their problems and find out they are the problem in that relationship to. Powerful lesbian feminist groups teach the black female to gravitate with each other and use the male for sireing children, since they cant procreate among themselves. Another reality some blacks just are not suited for each other because of education, undesirability of ready made familys, drugs, prison. Young blacks have a hard time finding a well suited man or woman that doesn’t have a lot of issues or children at hand. Remember you can do bad by yourself.

  37. VoiceOf Truth

    October 24, 2012 at 8:51 am

    “With all the handsome educated white men, WHY WOMEN DONT WANT DATE THEM?”

    Advice for women: If you want to date an educated man outside yoru race, please use good grammar. Chances are, an educated man will prefer to date an educated woman.

  38. Junei

    October 24, 2012 at 1:45 pm

    Voice of Truth, I agree 100%! I have several and I mean several relatives who married outside of their race. Believe it or not, most of them are women. Due to my job and having college age daughters, I come in contact with alot of women seeking advice from me as to why they are by themselves. I have brought this very topic up many times, asking them have they tried dating outside of their race. The answer is always no! They date criminals, dope addicts, etc, but not out of their race. This is not an insult to any black man, black men just have to understand that the availability is slim. I also let them know that “loud talking”, wearing slippers and pajama bottoms to run to the store, wearing the dirty scarf you wrap your head with at night to run errands will not attract ANY MAN who is worth talking to. We have to educate ourselves, get out of our comfort zone and try things that we don’t normally do.

  39. Samdromeda

    October 25, 2012 at 4:05 am

    You cannot date outside of the human race. It was tried in the past.
    It did not work so well. This is where we get our fairy tales about giants. The genes were passed on even to the present. They definitely stand out.

  40. Nona Dancer

    October 25, 2012 at 8:09 pm

    I feel that we as black women should be open to date, and married outside of our nationality. I am a Christian and we do not know who the Father have for us to married. We should always put God first in everything we do, and most importantly when it comes to who will be our mate for the rest of our life. I know that is why divorce rate is up in the United States because we have forgotten to go to God. I feel that we miss out on probably the love of our life because we are so stuck up on nationality. I would have thought that in twentieth century that we as Black American should not be hold up by a thing of nationality. And I am not a person who think that I am better than anyone,live long enough and everything becomes a lot clearer.

  41. Cornelius Solomon

    October 25, 2012 at 9:58 pm

    I don’t believe that the majority, cares anymore, apparently, whether it be gender, race… Go for it black women, you’re beautiful. My home state, California, was apparently named after a black woman named, Califa. The explorers, apparently, had never seen a woman so beautiful as she was!

  42. Ahem

    October 26, 2012 at 4:24 pm

    Black Women: Do know that just because black men share the same skin tone, it don’t mean shit when it comes to their self-serving actions.

    Everybody knows that black men seek any and every chance they can to throw black women under the bus. Hell, they’re even on some of the racist MR blogs showing their asses to the most racist scum on the planet, talking much shtt about the black woman.

    The Black Man is not your Protector. You’re on Your Own.

  43. R Bill DFouglas

    October 26, 2012 at 10:13 pm

    With all these successful black men with non-black women, black women should exercise their full options and look at any man of any race with whom they consider attractive!!!

  44. Gia

    November 17, 2012 at 1:45 pm

    I do think black women should date other races. I’m not in the dating dating game, because I have been with my guy for 9 years and we are both black. But my point is, Is there really non-black men checking for black women?? It’s easy to say that we should date outside of our race, but all of my adult life I’ve never came across a white guy that wanted to date me, although I was checking for any, because I love black love!!

    • Una

      November 17, 2012 at 4:52 pm

      (why does it always boil down to black and white?*sigh*)

      They are there, but black people can be so combative they’re afraid to say anything most of the time – not my opinion, simply what I’ve been told by non-black men…that, and they don’t think black women would be interested in them. Everybody fears rejection.

      The day will never come when there is no one promoting ignorance and hatred, you just have to decide as an individual not to be on the bandwagon and live your life for you. Date who you want, date who makes you happy and loves you purely (not for the novelty of your appearance, really annoying no matter who’s doing it). Life is too short to carry the weight of some of a race’s issues on your shoulder – live for you. The only thing that would stop me from dating a person aside for plain lack of attraction would be cultural differences, which can happen within a race as easily as it can outside of one.

      The only pure black people in America are 1st generation African immigrants, depending on where they come from. If you, your parents, grandparents, etc. were born here, you are the descendant of slaves and haven’t been “pure” black in a very long time, no matter how desperately you cling to that part of your roots. Deal with it and let others live as they chose. Life is too short and hard enough without dealing with other people’s self-righteous judgement, racism & b.s.

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    November 17, 2012 at 1:45 pm

    *I meant, I wasn’t checking for any”

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    Sorry, not all black mothers teach their daughters to mistrust or hate black men. I grew up in a family dominated by women, and not once did any of them pass that garbage on to the next generations. And my family isn’t the only example. I thought that the most important thing was that a person, no matter the color, race, nationality, creed, etc, should love, protect, respect, support, encourage, honor and cherish you BECAUSE of whom you are (not IN SPITE OF), was the one worthy of your heart. There are bad people of all colors, shapes and sizes. I’ve seen the worst in all types, so its not just whites. Ignorance, meanness and stupidity knows no color! IMO

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