Black women dating outside their race
Halle Berry was abused by black men over and over again.
But then Black women turn right around and say, that Black men drove those sisters away Isn't that a DOUBLE STANDARD on the part of Black women?
You should want to date a person because you like who they are and have compatible views and interests, not because their race is the next thing to do on your bucket list or because you were enthralled by their “exotic ways” (honestly, are you doing an anthropological study on black culture? If you answered no to these questions and you think those assumptions on black womanhood are downright absurd (hint: they are), then perhaps you are well on your way to showing a black woman that you want to date a complete person and not a stereotype!
He kept touching my hair without my consent, was legitimately disappointed that I could not twerk, and called me “sassy” whenever I voiced an opinion that was different from his.
”Against my better judgment, I assumed that the wingman just wasn’t very good at his job and started talking to his friend anyway.
We ended up hitting it off, but it wasn’t until our first date that I realized I had underestimated the wingman’s abilities.
Unfortunately, that wasn’t the first or last awkward date I’ve had with a white man.
I wish I could say that I’m surprised and appalled by the ignorance that white men tend to show when they approach me, but I’ve come to expect it.