Dating a mixed race girl
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Even Jill Scott herself said that, " In our past, if a black man even looked at a white woman he would have been lynched." Does this secret yearning and curiosity for white women in the past still linger in the blood of todays black men.I believe it's seen by many, including black women that these white women are just novelties and once they are out of the system of the black man he'll return to his African queen and everything will be right in the world.
Is it possible to date outside your race and still be considered a strong, black man?However if you ask todays black man why he would choose to date a woman of caucasian background his answer is simple."Black women are high maintenance, needy, and can't spot a good brotha when they see it." Ok, with this being said, is it true?How does slavery play a part in the black mans decision to date a white woman?If you are a black man dating white woman , or a black woman seeking white man, you've come to the right place !Then join thousands of members site find you dream partner .
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Flicking through the pages of Essence Magazines, April 2010 Issue, one thing happened to catch my eye. Now it wasn't I who read it but my older brother, Ryan, who happens to be mixed.
Upon finishing the article, one thing my brother said was, "She's biased." Jill wants the equality that African Americans have searched for for over 400 years for that same respect and equatability as that of caucasians, yet she feels betrayed and uneasy knowing that black men are still dating white women.
Growing up in an interracial household, with an italian/mexican mother, and an African American father, I learned at a very young age to accept people for their skin color and judge them for their actions.
My father, growing up in a time and place where racism was at it's peak, he still managed to look through the fog that was segregation, lynchings, white people hating black people for no good reason, and came out of it an African American man deciding to spend his life with a woman of porcelain complexion. How can looking past racism and color cause you to be a disgrace to your race?
Should a black man forfeit his happiness just the prove that he is a credit to his race?