Okay so recently i have discovered people religiously believe black women are ugly. Its sad even men of our own race belittle us, and honestly im tired of hearing the attitude or lack of education excuse. Not all black women are rude and dumb not all white women are sweet and smart. I have defended criticism towards white women because i think women period are fucking perfect. I don't consider myself ugly but I'm positive someone else does, frankly i don't care. Just recently well if 12 years is recently I found myself in love with a little white chocolate and im not talking Hershey if you catch my drift. If non-black men feel we are ugly why? I don't want to be in love with something that hates me. Racism is so 100 years ago
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I for one never paid any attention to black women because I assumed black women weren't interested in dating white guys. Since I wasn't paying attention to them, I never noticed the attractive traits of black women. If it wasn't for this site, I would still think black women weren't interested, and wouldn't notice any of the attractive black women I have recently started noticing.
When I mention to other guys I know that there are a lot of black women interested in dating white guys, the guy is always very surprised. Many of them have told me they were under the assumption that black women hated white guys. I think this is in large part do to the media creating stereotypes. I am not one to often lay blame on the media, but in this case I do think it played a role in my disbelief that black women were interested.
There is some evidence that shows if a person thinks something is not an option for them, their brain will actually change their preference so they will prefer what is available. I forget what that this process is called, but it may play a part in the types of women men are attracted to. Black women are stereotyped as not liking white guys, and white guys aren't interested in dating black women. Asian women are stereotyped as loving white guys, and white guys love Asian women. I think breaking these stereotypes would do a lot to making black women more desirable.3