What I'm asking is... what do white guys look for in a black girl. Is it appearance or is it just personality. How am supposed to know for sure if the guy I like or think is attractive is interested in dating a black girl. How am I supposed to catch a white guy's attention if don't even know if he will ever look my way? Ugghhhhh I'm so frustrated I just need some feedback and advise. please help
Most Helpful Guy
Men are all the same. Doesn't matter what race they are. There's no racial difference. We are all human, you know. The only difference is culturally. The primary thing *all* males look for is appearance. We do not base attraction on the same things that women do. However, we are told that we are *supposed* to look at personality, so many males will say that is what they look for. But they don't understand the difference.
For a woman, males can become more or less attractive depending on other traits like intelligence or father potential or strength, etc. etc. But females do not become more or less attractive to males based on those qualities. They remain attracted to them about the same as before. They might grow to love them more, but it doesn't change how attractive they appear to them. Suffice it to say: attractiveness is the most important quality for men. You can see that everywhere in society.
Long story short--well, short-er--women have to be more cautious because they have less reproductive resources than men do: e. g. sperm and egg. So, women have to get the overall picture of a male's worth before they risk losing 9 months of pregnancy on a bad male, when they could have been with a good male.
And, according to some dating app statistics, most races date within their own race. That doesn't mean they *won't* date outside of their race, however. To find out, you'll just have to talk with them and find out if they're attracted to black women or not. A lot might not be, but if you persevere, eventually you will find a guy who is. I've known a lot of white guys who were into black chicks, though typically in poorer areas.
For U. S. stereotypes, black women are pretty hated on, generally. They're seen as too forward, loud, obnoxious, aggressive. So I would avoid those stereotypes and somehow prove that you are not like the hoodrats. Typically, it's the aggression and loudness that is unappealing, I think. Expressing masculine characteristics, whereas most men look for feminine characteristics.
Now, of course not all black women are like that. Not at all. But there are a fair amount. The equivalent would be white rednecks, so you see anyone with a Southern accent, and wonder if they're a racist inbreeding, gun toting fuck, right? Easy enough to disprove that with time.
Next, just do what you would do with any other guy. Maybe give your phone number or FB. Form an initial relationship by talking, then try to move it up into something1
Most Helpful Girl
You're over thinking this. I would imagine it's the same as you would get the attention of any other color man
Men are men.1