Single black females interracial dating
But there are other ways of looking at this same scenario.There are other black women who would hear that a white guy is interested and think, “Of course he is. Black is beautiful.” They would take a chance on the guy you’ve “quickly” dismissed to see what, if anything, he has to say that might be interesting. Sometimes we can’t wrap our heads around the idea that anyone would want a black woman.
And you can encounter it in all different colors of men, including the ones who share your hue.
Avoid ignorance at all costs, but you can’t assume that a guy is ignorant just because he’s white, any more than a white guy should assume that a black guy is a thug just because he’s black. In general, women across the board are less likely to date men of different races.
“When guys from other races approach me or seem to express interest, I feel like I am their cultural project and quickly shut it down. “Odd” implies that it’s out of the ordinary, but I’ve heard this reaction from some black women toward nonblack men several times.
They don’t say anything offensive, but I wonder why they want a ‘sistah’ when they have not ventured over to this side before—or seem to have not to. “Odd” isn’t the right word to describe your reaction.
“Insecure,” “defensive” or maybe “counterproductive” would be more fitting.
Here’s what’s insecure about it: You’re making extreme and quick generalizations about the nonblack guy’s outlook on black women—mainly that his interest in you must be some sort of Hottentot Venus fetish or something.