After speaking to 6 black women between the ages of 25-40 most state that they believe a white man would not be attracted to them because of their voluptuous bodies.2.
Hair Black women have been ridiculed for their hair for many many years. If we have a weave, we aren’t happy with who we are and would really like to be a white woman. Since this is already a touchy subject in the black community, it’s obvious as to why a black woman would rather avoid the whole “hair conversation” when dating a white man.
If that happens to be a strong, successful black man, so be it. If we truly believe we can and do deserve the very best, that is what will come to us.
If a good looking white guy comes up to you and is interested in you, don’t be so quick to judge or feel you may not measure up in his eyes.
If he approached you, that means he’s attracted to you. Let’s not ever allow stereotypes and judgments determine who we can fall in love with.
In the black community, we naturally have to work twice as hard and be 3 times smarter to achieve the level of success deemed to be successful.
White men that are very successful will usually date a woman who is as successful or at least in the same class as himself.
At least then he feels as if he has something in common with her.