I mean not like fetish but would really date one. Let me know and if you're a country guy say hi! ;)
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Well, I assume this question is being asked of white men..
I think it's possible for you to find the white Southern, country man of your dreams but I do think you will have some hurdles to jump over and some hoops to jump through. I'd also like to take this moment to add in: Limiting yourself to only one race (if you are in fact only looking to date white men) will further prohibit you from finding the man you dream of. I say this because I know firsthand that not all black men fit the litany of stereotypical attributes, whether physically, personal style wise, personality wise, hobbies/interests wise, et cetera. Personally, I am generally not what many Americans think of when they think of 'black men.' To expand a bit further, I come from a family of immigrants. Growing up I did a lot of traveling to other countries and states within the U. S., I was exposed to an ecclectic assortment of cultures, landscapes, environments, mentalities..
These experiences helped to open my eyes and granted me more wiggle room to grow into the man that I am today, with very little regard for whatever mainstream ideologies were attached to the black American males around me, whatever 'black American male standards/expectations' were set, whatever generalities were imposed upon the other young black men. I grew up having an uncle relationship of sorts with a half Polish half Italian, all white country man who was my aunt's boyfriend. He would take my family and I hunting, we'd go camping and stay in his cabin with him, shooting, fishing; he drove large trucks, wore John Deere trucker hats, smoked cigars like a chimney, would make racial jokes that some may even consider offensive but honestly, I have a rather dark, sardonic sense of humor. No one was ever offended, and he loved my aunt, her daughter, and myself. He was and still is a family member to me. I will always have love for that man.
I have a very unique upbringing, Miss.
Having said that.. I want to own some land someday after I've established my career, and I love being in and one with nature. Even looking at photos of scenic landscapes evokes in me a primal emotion - a sense of oneness and a burning desire to continue exploring the world. A Nomadic nature is in my blood. Where my mother is from (a Caribbean island in South America) there are waterfalls, rain forests, exotic animals, mountain ranges, valleys, meadows, swamps, oceans and farms. It isn't uncommon for the island boys (who are gen0