I'm a black girl and it's just been bothering me that lately I've been hearing from a lot of guys that they just hate black girls. Seriously they go into a whole list of reasons why, and it just irritates me. I live in a predominately Hispanic city (mostly Dominicans) and I grew up around them so I'm used to hanging around with Hispanic girls, over black girls. The black girls don't really like me because my skin is lighter, and they're always going on about how I'm this "light skinned Spanish wannabe bitch." which isn't the case at all. On top of that this guy I recently met (who was black) decided I was a loud, ghetto, uneducated bitch just because I was a black girl (seriously he knew me for like 5 minutes). So what's up? Why do black guys (and guys from other races) hate us so much? We're not all the same, and what's with the feud between light skinned black girls and dark skinned black girls because I really don't get it...
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The stereotypes also exist between black people though. Like for instance I live in Pittsburgh which has a lot more mixed couples than other places I've lived in the past. I once asked a black girl why that was, and she told me "Black guys like the white girls because they know a sistah won't stand for the way black men treat their women but a timit little white girl will sit there and take it."
Stereotypes exist for a reason. They got to be known because they either are, or WERE at one point true among the majority. And to be honest its really sad when you work for the Police Department (like at my old job) and you see the ratios of arrests and violent crimes when doing paperwork, and you realize that these stereotypes are largely true. You can say what you want to defend it but during my time working for the Pittsburgh City Police Department I filed enough arrest records to learn that there is a link between majority black neighborhoods and the higher crime rate. It's a fact that anyone who's ever had access to Police demographics and arrest records will verify. That was a little bit off topic though..
Regardless of what I said, offensive is offense. Treat other people with respect. I try to keep from prejudging people, but I'm going to be honest. I could never date a black girl IF she talked using the slang vocabulary that stereotypical black girls use. If she talks normal, and sounds educated, I'm good. But if not, then no.2