When guys say they aren't attracted to us or don't like us, they get crap loads of up-votes.
White guy: "Black girls are fucking grace dude" *gets 7 likes*
Black guy: "I would never touch a black girl" *20 likes*
White guy: "meh. Asian girls are ok." *Guys storm in and treats him like he's dumb*
Everyone wants to debunk stereotypes about non-black girls but when it comes down to stereotypes about black girls, everyone just sits there and agrees.
No, I'm not hating on non-black girls. No, a non-black girl didn't "steals our menz", I just want to know why guys are so quick to call us black girls ugly/agree with other guys saying we're ugly but let ONE guy say an asian/white/hispanic girl is a 6/10, everyone will call him gay, he's stupid, they have baby features, have sweet bodies the shape of 10 year olds, etc.
But when guys shit on black girls about our looks, personality, etc., guys will even take the time to write a book as to why they don't like us. I get that it's an opinion to not like a certain person, but why are black girls always being talked about?
Like, what the hell do you guys THINK of when you hear the words "black" and "girl/s" put together?
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A lot of it has to do with the Media, portraying black women as serious, no nonsense, dubious, independent, savage badass of a woman who can handle themselves with an almost cutthroat degree of competence.
If you look at women of any other race in the media, they are usually light hearted and goofy. The ones who aren't, are sexy, witty, sassy, but somehow tied to a man who provides them a sort of protection. Take Suits, for example, where Jessica Pearson is a power hungry attorney, who makes her career out of corporate wet work, who navigates an ethical gray area (frequently closer to the dark than the light). The fact she's a woman is almost an afterthought to her, as most of the troubles she experiences, she blames on being black.
Now let's take Donna, and her half white half black gal pal: Rachel. Both of these characters act like moral compasses for the men in the show. Donna is a secretary who owes her career to Harvey (who owes his career to Jessica), and she has a fierce loyalty to him. Rachel is Mike's Donna. Donna has a number of opportunities to do morally reprehensible things, but Harvey always saves her, or she finds a way out.
Rachel on the other hand, who is part black, has an affair with a married man, before her white half met Mike.