No homo but I want to hear from all women's perspective since apparently, the trend is that "all minority women are now leaving their own race of men for white men" or I don't know what dumb trend it is I'm starting to hear on the internet.
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- No33% (8)32% (6)33% (14)Vote
- Putting down any race of men (and believe one is superior than the other) for whatever reason is just plain racist and stupid.46% (11)47% (9)46% (20)Vote
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Men who say things like "No homo" are definitely not my type, regardless of race.
I don't put anyone down just to say I don't want to date them. It's not necessary. But I'm not sexually/romantically attracted to all groups of men either. I don't really like the idea that people belong to races as property or position. I'm black, but I'm not leaving anyone. I just don't like black guys. I never have really. Even as a young kid, my first crush was in pre-k and it was a white boy. I never had crushes on black guys. Aside from my disconnect from ideas like "leaving your race", I've never even dated a black guy in the first place. Can someone like me really "leave" what they never had in the first place? Most guys who pay the most attention to me aren't African American either. I've noticed that black American guys specifically pay me very little attention. Black Africans, for example, or black Latinos, probably pay more attention to me than black American guys. It's not important to me, but I do notice that and I find it interesting. Just to say that it's not like black guys are suffering from my exclusive interest in interracial relationships. Most black women are not running to white guys, lets be real for a second. However, more are becoming open to interracial relationships, just like black guys date women of other races. And they do it faaar more than we do.
To your original question - yes and no. No, because attraction is subjective and plenty of women don't find white men attractive, or at least not the most attractive in the world. However, yes, in many cases, because attraction is also quite socially and politically constructed. Depending on the effects and your level of consciousness, all that white men symbolize in many societies vs non-white men, may be pretty good factors in attraction. If they're seen as the wealthiest, most successful, most respectful, strongest, etc... Perhaps. Depends on the culture, the group, and of course, the person.1