How do most white guys view black women? Are they trying to segregate themselves from us culturally? Do they not want to associate with our values?

Jack9949
When it comes to black women, no hard feelings here, I just generally don’t find them attractive. I’m not a racist or anything, because people of any race can be attractive so long as they follow a mainstream western approach. I get that white people set the international standards of beauty but there’s no need for anybody to feel salty about this, because every woman has an equal and fair chance. I actually think people should embrace their own race and feel no shame in what God gave them and millions of other people. I will never apologize to anyone for being white.

Muslims wearing hijabs doesn’t attract me either of course. As a matter of fact they terrify me because I’m left guessing what the fuck they look like, and I always get terrified when I see Muslims at the airport. I try and stare at them and make them as uncomfortable as possible because it ain’t worth chancing my life over and hopefully they’ll turn around and leave. However in regards to the black women, they seem to have developed (at least in America) their own separate and different standards of beauty that don’t fall in line with the rest of mainstream American society, which was heavily influenced by global western standards in the first place. Amongst black women, obesity seems to be generally accepted and many insist on growing their hair short and curly. Are they intentionally trying to turn off white people because they want nothing to do with us? If this is the reason aren’t they being racist by not wanting to associate? I’m sure black women are well aware of the lack of interest they receive from white men. I’ve seen many black people even get offended when other blacks told them they were “acting white”. Is there some sort of tribalism that black people are trying to develop in America to distinguish themselves from white people? If so then why not return to “seperate but equal” development (in actuality this time). I would support segregation if it were fair and people got along better.
How do most white guys view black women? Are they trying to segregate themselves from us culturally? Do they not want to associate with our values?
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