What made you come to this conclusion?
@mystery917 OKcupid conducted a study on it among it's users and I was just curious.
@Tiptoeing that's very interesting observation. I've never heard of that before, though, I've noticed that a lot of lower income black females do wear more manly clothing compared to those who live in middle or upper class. However, I've seen that to be common with Hispanic females too. Scared to identify as a black woman? That's very odd.
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@_SOARER_ well, what about light skinned black women? Not all black women are dark toned. Also, what makes black women more masculine?
I actually am referring to behavioral patterns, culture, and bone structure too. Not necessarily skin-tone. I just mentioned skin-tone because it matters to a lot of other people. Also i am referring to (Black Americans)Some black women are attractive. The question is asking why are they least attractive on the dating scene.
@_Soarer_ yes, I understand that. I've seen mostly dark skinned Black Americans exhibit masculine traits, but not light skinned. What behavioral patterns is it that black women do that is considered masculine?
She's probably referring to the data that OkCupid collects about its users. Asian men and black women have for years been the least likely people to get a match for their respective gender. White men and Asian women were the most likely
@Ücool thanks dude.
@ücool, you're right. I'm just curious as to why they are least desired.
It could be an American thing as the population is high in whites and Hispanics.
thats not it... the uk is very multicultural.. the problems in the usa is partly segregation of ethnic groups and partly archaic social attitudes towards race... not saying this is the rule but its like that in many cases
@wankiam there are cities that are much more multicultural than the rest. Houston, TX is a melting pot of all kinds of races, nationalities, and ethnicities.
and do you find in those cities life tends to be a little different?
@wankiam a little, but not much there's still segregation. If you were to walk into a Indian supermarket or Asian, they will racially profile you even if you aren't the same as them. I think it's a lack of understanding, that it was acceptable for them to do it in their country and assuming it's acceptable in the US. Many foreigners don't change their old ways of thinking. They think all Americans are the same, they think that they can treat other races and ethnicities like crap because in their culture it is accepted. It's not.
the irony there is if you went in an indian store in india you would be made to feel more than welcome but its an interesting point you raise. i do wonder if feeling uncomfortable though is partly as you suggest but also partly your own misconceptions too.
Alright, prove me wrong then
Bruce lee 😎
I wasn't aware every Asian man in the world was Bruce Lee. Plus compared to other legends like Muhammad Ali, yeah nah Bruce isn't that manly seeming
Don't be that guy... Anyway Im bored and no longer care.
I only wish you understood the irony of what you just said
Don't confuse masculinity for putting up with your childish taunts dude that's cuntish of you.. I thought better of you but you have some serious growing up to do..
Wow, even more ironic
Are you only referring to the black girls who reside in the lower income areas or in general?
In USA mostly. In Europe all black people seem to be civilised.
@Opinion owner, the USA is a very big country, in what states or cities? In UK, I would assume there's more Africans than blacks.
I lived in NYC, Chicago, L. A, and a few smaller cities, one of which was mostly for the upper class. The situation was the same everywhere I went. I met only one civilized black guy in the US and he was german and adopted by a really wealthy white family. The only normal black girl I met was a daughter of a retired baseball player. The rest acted like animals.
Most blacks in the United States have this idea that they need to act as ghetto as possible, they purposely use Ebonics which I get is an extra step but they butcher the English language. This is a step backwards if you ask me.
I know that there are well behaved blacks there to, but is somehow it wasn't meant for our paths to cross.
I know that there are well behaved blacks there too, but somehow it wasn't meant for our paths to cross.*
@Opinion owner, you shouldn't compare humans to animals. Animals do things off of instincts and survival, humans do things out of want, need, or stupidity. It sounds like you've lived in places where I'd expect black people to act ghetto, those are some ghetto large cities. I understand what you mean though, I feel that they act that way because everyone in their environment acts that way and many blacks don't like to follow their own way of life, they like to fit into what the next black person is doing and to seem cool. It doesn't view as cool, but ignorant.
Yup, nicely put.
ps: technically speaking humans (Homo sapiens) are the only extant members of the subtribe Hominina. Together with chimpanzees, gorillas, and orangutans, they are part of the family Hominidae (the great apes, or hominids) aka animals. Mammals to be exact, (from Latin mamma "breast") are vertebrate animals constituting the class Mammalia (/məˈmeɪliə/), and characterized by the presence of mammary glands which in females produce milk for feeding (nursing) their young, a neocortex (a region of the brain), fur or hair, and three middle ear bones.
Specifically from which country?
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