It seems like if a black woman is not either famous or has some kinda status, she is immediately not much of ''value'', I went on this date with this white guy, he took me out pooling, he immediately couldnt keep his hands off me and we almost had sex, but thats what is was... just sex. I felt like he was ashamed to be seen with me sometimes and he wouldn't take me out in public. He was very very careful if he should, later on he made comments about ''being black is the worst you can be in this world because people won't accept you'', he said ''a girl i liked kissed a black man and then i didn't wanted her anymore'' he called me a ''lazy n**'' or a black woma who think she can do anything i want'' or black girl who is too beautiful to be just black, but while were making out and he was pasionate with me he said: you are the most beautiful creature i have had so far. At my work some other indian guy also said i would never date a black woman but i would sleep with her. Its seems like black woman are seen as not attractive to be seen with, or men wouldn't go after you as much as they would with a blonde woman... Is it true that black people are seen as the lowest?
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There are a lot of guys that don't find black women attractive. There are also a lot of guys that don't find white women attractive. There are also a lot of guys that don't find Latinos attractive. There are also a lot of guys that don't find Asians attractive, etc. On the flip side, there are also a lot of guys that prefer each one. There are also a lot that have absolutely no preference and find them all just as beautiful. While I do know other guys that aren't as interested in black girls maybe because they just think of some stereotype that they don't like (much like some people think of a stereotype of any other race that they don't like such as Latino's being hot-tempered, Asians being clingy, etc) it sounds like the guys that you came across were just being jerks. Big time. Black women are just as high value as any other woman. While it might be true that there are some people that we might find very attractive (not as far as just saying you want sex with them) but don't want to date "them" (again, it's an assumption of a stereotype existing that they likely have in their mind), it's not right to just say that you'd never date a certain race. For instance, I know of a lot of stereotypes about Latino women that make me hesitant to date them even though I find them very attractive many times, but I know that not all Latino women are that way. Likewise, I don't find girls of any other race all attractive all the time, but there are several that I do find attractive and several that don't fit any stereotype that I might try to be avoiding. However, this has nothing to do with a woman's value. You definitely have just as much value as any other woman. Some guys can be jerks to women no matter what race they are. I've heard some guys say that about Latino women or Indian women, for instance, that you mentioned these guys said about you. I think it happens in just about every race. It's just unfortunate. I always look to a girl's heart first and foremost. I honestly don't mind whatever race she is, really. That's not a huge concern to me. And, while I do tend to find certain races more attractive, typically, (meaning, I've found more girls in one race attractive more often than I've found girls from another race attractive, just personally by my own tastes which are totally different for everyone) I wouldn't ever put down girls of certain races as "inferior" or something and just never date them. That, to me, is childish and shouldn't ever happen.0
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Yes, it is true that black people are commonly seen as worth less.
No, it is not true that black people are genuinely worth less.
In fact, if black people were truly worth less then I highly doubt so many countless individuals would desperately be trying to imitate their physical features and traces of their culture. The myth that black women and black people in general are of low value began during slavery when slavemasters realized the importance of taking a slave's mind yet keeping their body. That disgusting strategy evolved into systematic oppression beyond slavery through Jim Crow Laws, education, sororities, public places, job opportunities, and more. The tool which planted the seeds of inadequacy was the media. The media trained young minds to believe that European features were ideal and anything else, especially black, was inferior and of less value.
Many people fail to realize that often times, the media is not our friend. The media is not an aid or a tool towards a healthy mind. The media is a collection of billion dollar industries making it impossible for thousands of people to be mentally rich. So you see, it's not that you are of less value. It's that you live in a society where people have been taught that your features are farthest from "what's beautiful". You're surrounded by sheeple who aren't humble and wise enough to retrain their minds. Black women have beautiful, stunning features. You should be proud. Chin up, you are lovely. :)2