Black women and white men dating sites
It’s probably true that some white women are viewing black men, whose virility has never been demonized by feminism, as sex objects. I don’t think it is comparable to white men with black slaves though. I assure you, many black women are more angered by this trend than you are.
— Comments — Alissa writes: Hello, being the daughter of such a rare union I can offer some tips on this issue.
I live in Chicago, and the stereotype is that black men chase after the white women, but what I see in public is that white women have this stare, this gaze at black men. The multiculturalist and feminist advertising has created a really bad mixture in Chicago; it’s in commercials, billboards, on buses, and ads everywhere, even public service announcements.
There’s this encouragement and social pressure for people to date interracially, especially the white female and black male pairing.
French, Italian), closely followed by a variety of Asian ethnicities.
It’s kind of high-status for them to a have a light-skinned daughter in an arranged marriage, and one can’t have a bright girl with a black-skinned male despite stereotypes (a Middle Eastern woman once mentioned this to me).
In TV and movies, black men are always hypersexualized and depicted specifically as sexy and always in the presence of white women. We are talking about changes to an entire system of different classes and cultures and sub-cultures who generally share collective attitudes and behavior.
Some of the resultant mulatta children (if they’re any, since fertility rates for this relation are below-replacement and usually single mothers birth daughters) are disowned, whereas others aren’t, but most biracial kids from these unions tend to be left wandering out in their mother’s country since they’re usually poor to middle-class and aren’t in the mainstream media (very few of these girls are good-looking super-rich millionaires/billionaires).
The white male provider keeping his wife in the kitchen is the oppressor, not the black man who never marries or supports women at all.
You don’t see feminists up in arms about rap singers who brag about throwing women against the wall.
Yet, I still do not get the same attention or affirmation from white women as I see them give toward black men. It makes me feel that these women are denouncing their heritage.
That these women are ashamed of their race, the same race and culture handed down from their grandfathers, fathers, to brothers and cousins. Why is the media perpetuating sexualized racism and white supremacy?