Why do some black men love white women?

Why do black men love white women?


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CindyLou

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#1
Why do black men love white women?

I recently read a book by that same title, and the author's point was that the black men who date white women don't actually love them. He said that there is no real fire, passion, or attraction between us, and the only reason black men have anything to do with white women is because they are sick and tired of angry black women. And there are many bloggers and commentators who agree with him too!

To me, this is absolutely unfair to both white and black women. First, because it presupposes that all black women are angry, which is a crock of bullshit. And secondly, because it assumes that all white women have nothing of real value to offer a black man, which is crock of bullshit too!

As for myself, I am profoundly attracted to mature, educated, intelligent black men. The contrast between my white skin and a black man's dark skin is HOT and completely turns me on. (It's the blackness of the cock that gets my pussy dripping wet, not necessarily the size!) And I adore everything about being fucked by a sexually aggressive black man! EVERYTHING! (Mmmmm, so yummy!!!) But to think that a man is only with me because I'm the lesser of two evils really bothers me.

So tell me black men, why do you love white women?

Women, whether white or black, how do you feel about this?

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pienman

Male
Real Person
#2
Wrong. . . A woman is a woman! That case is true in certain ppl, but God made ppl different no matter the sexual gender
I dont pull the race card... never did! I take a lover based on heart mind spirit
 
#6
They are straight......

Did that have to be said? I mean it is a given right? Right? Oh wait this is 2014. If they see a small rock its ready a tree....
 

Torpedo

Male
Gold Member
#8
If I date a black woman I am generally expected to wine and dine and spend quality time with her. The white women in my life have one main desire and that is sex. Most that have shared my bed were interested in how I could make them feel. I have gotten along well with most of them over the years and some good friendships have formed but the main goal of all parties is sex. It is just so much simpler.
 
#14
I think you said it best...that profound attraction, the matureness, that contrast in the mirror,and that white creamy glazing all over my Mr.Black as he dips his head deeper.Lov that no-barred pleasure and the willingness to please for that sexual aggressive fuck and her submittness for it,and how I lov how she takes my cum from that fucking down her throat and the tearing up of Mr. head while doing so,for her pleasure of hearing how well she is making me moan through it,just makes me fuck her more.So is that question answered Cindy.
 

artgirl

Female
Gold Member
#15
For the same reasons all people who really love do so. I’ve had the privilege to know more than one mixed race couple in my life. None of them set out to find a mate of a certain color. Attraction, similar interest, ability to openly speak with each other.. While this black and white thing seems to be of interest more than ever is the changing or tolerance of others. It wasn’t always acceptable in many places to expand attractions with other races. In places where those restrictions were not a issue interracial relationships have always been around. I’m afraid that many these days are acting like children and perusing them out of rebellion . Doing something they have been told not to or think is wrong creating a temporary gratification. Not the best situation for a lasting relationship. If your just looking for sex I guess and your honest that’s ok. Of course there are those who do it for security. Single or married women who will screw black men because it’s safe in their minds. They would never fall in love or marry one so they seem to feel their other relationship marriage, boyfriend is not in danger as they would never leave it for that outside lover. I have been told that more than once by women in the swinging lifestyle. It also applies to much younger men by some women.
 
#16
As a kid, for some reason black women thought I was not "acceptable" (weird choice of word, but I'll explain).

I was not "acceptable" to bee seen with, not "acceptable" to hang out with, hell not "acceptable" to be related to (by my own biological sisters). Initially thinking this was just playground baby's play that folk would grow out of, I was shocked when as an adult it evolved into "not black enough" (whatever the hell that means!). Not black enough to date, not black enough to be at the club with, not black enough even in social groups (yes, including CHURCH social groups.. we all know how black people are into Church activities!). Whatever it is about me, as a black person, that paints me as some alien I have no clue. All this from black women.

However, I had always been the sort to chat to and mingle with people of all races, creeds and colour, so one day I shared this plight with a white (female) friend. While she could not relate, she did sympathise... so much so, she let me in on a secret she had been harbouring deep down for quite some time we had known each other. Let's just say, sharing her secret involved no words... and till today (more than 10 years later) we enjoy "reliving" those experiences :)

Since my eyes were opened by this white female friend of mine, I have had many enjoyable experiences with white women (but also, Latino, Greek, Oriental and Indian) women. And they all seem to express they same: they find black men Fascinating, yes, including me! So whatever it was black women saw different in me, it couldn't be that different :)

White women, simply put, appreciate who black men are, more than the black women do (personal experience). They encourage this, motivate and fully support the black man. Black women on the other hand seem to be at constant logger heads, fighting for "position", "dominance" and "authority" and accepting nothing less over the black man (again, my personal experience). White women on the other hand want to enjoy as black men enjoy, laugh as we laugh, orgasm as we orgasm. If we're broken, they want to know why, if we're sad, they wanna fight with. If we're happy, they wanna celebrate..and if we got a hard on, they wanna be the ones on the end of it riding to joyous oblivion and exhilaration.

But again, that's just my experience :)
 

Torpedo

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Gold Member
#18
As a kid, for some reason black women thought I was not "acceptable" (weird choice of word, but I'll explain).

I was not "acceptable" to bee seen with, not "acceptable" to hang out with, hell not "acceptable" to be related to (by my own biological sisters). Initially thinking this was just playground baby's play that folk would grow out of, I was shocked when as an adult it evolved into "not black enough" (whatever the hell that means!). Not black enough to date, not black enough to be at the club with, not black enough even in social groups (yes, including CHURCH social groups.. we all know how black people are into Church activities!). Whatever it is about me, as a black person, that paints me as some alien I have no clue. All this from black women.

However, I had always been the sort to chat to and mingle with people of all races, creeds and colour, so one day I shared this plight with a white (female) friend. While she could not relate, she did sympathise... so much so, she let me in on a secret she had been harbouring deep down for quite some time we had known each other. Let's just say, sharing her secret involved no words... and till today (more than 10 years later) we enjoy "reliving" those experiences :)

Since my eyes were opened by this white female friend of mine, I have had many enjoyable experiences with white women (but also, Latino, Greek, Oriental and Indian) women. And they all seem to express they same: they find black men Fascinating, yes, including me! So whatever it was black women saw different in me, it couldn't be that different :)

White women, simply put, appreciate who black men are, more than the black women do (personal experience). They encourage this, motivate and fully support the black man. Black women on the other hand seem to be at constant logger heads, fighting for "position", "dominance" and "authority" and accepting nothing less over the black man (again, my personal experience). White women on the other hand want to enjoy as black men enjoy, laugh as we laugh, orgasm as we orgasm. If we're broken, they want to know why, if we're sad, they wanna fight with. If we're happy, they wanna celebrate..and if we got a hard on, they wanna be the ones on the end of it riding to joyous oblivion and exhilaration.

But again, that's just my experience :)
There used to be and probably still is someplace the "paper bag test". If your skin is darker than a brown paper bag you are "too Black". It appears you have been subject to a reverse form of that.

One of my good friends has a wife of German decent, blond hair and blue eyes. By the end of summer her skin is nearly as dark as mine. So is she "too black" a few months out of the year?
 
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CindyLou

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#19
As a kid, for some reason black women thought I was not "acceptable" (weird choice of word, but I'll explain).

I was not "acceptable" to bee seen with, not "acceptable" to hang out with, hell not "acceptable" to be related to (by my own biological sisters). Initially thinking this was just playground baby's play that folk would grow out of, I was shocked when as an adult it evolved into "not black enough" (whatever the hell that means!). Not black enough to date, not black enough to be at the club with, not black enough even in social groups (yes, including CHURCH social groups.. we all know how black people are into Church activities!). Whatever it is about me, as a black person, that paints me as some alien I have no clue. All this from black women.

However, I had always been the sort to chat to and mingle with people of all races, creeds and colour, so one day I shared this plight with a white (female) friend. While she could not relate, she did sympathise... so much so, she let me in on a secret she had been harbouring deep down for quite some time we had known each other. Let's just say, sharing her secret involved no words... and till today (more than 10 years later) we enjoy "reliving" those experiences :)

Since my eyes were opened by this white female friend of mine, I have had many enjoyable experiences with white women (but also, Latino, Greek, Oriental and Indian) women. And they all seem to express they same: they find black men Fascinating, yes, including me! So whatever it was black women saw different in me, it couldn't be that different :)

White women, simply put, appreciate who black men are, more than the black women do (personal experience). They encourage this, motivate and fully support the black man. Black women on the other hand seem to be at constant logger heads, fighting for "position", "dominance" and "authority" and accepting nothing less over the black man (again, my personal experience). White women on the other hand want to enjoy as black men enjoy, laugh as we laugh, orgasm as we orgasm. If we're broken, they want to know why, if we're sad, they wanna fight with. If we're happy, they wanna celebrate..and if we got a hard on, they wanna be the ones on the end of it riding to joyous oblivion and exhilaration.

But again, that's just my experience :)
Thank you for being so open, and sharing your experience with us, dear! It's unfortunate, but I've heard this exact same scenario from many of my black male friends. They work hard, go to college, get good jobs, yet cannot find a woman within their own race who sees them for who/what they really are.

I think we can thank Hollywood and the porn industries for that! Most people, both men and women, are looking for a romanticized stereotype rather than connecting with and experience the beauty and magnificence of a real, flawed human being. It's interesting that, the same man, who was deemed "not black enough" or "unacceptable", is then roasted and ridiculed and called weak by the same women who rejected him, once he moves on to women of another race who truly appreciate him.

As a white woman who openly dated Hispanic, Native American, and now exclusively Black men, I've been on the receiving end of much malice and envy directed toward me by those women too.

It's troubling, and the reality is that, regardless of race or ethnicity, there seems to be some confusion in our society between a "macho man", who is really just a loud-mouthed bully and a coward bent on serving his own needs, and a truly "masculine man", who is steady and stable in his energy, and simply takes care of business without announcing it to the world. A truly masculine man, who owns his masculinity, is no bully or thug. Indeed, he has the power with him to build, understand and harness the power of the universe.

By the same token, there is also that same confusion toward women, wherein our society promotes the weak, brainless, helpless ditz as a "feminine woman", when she is really just a parody of femininity that sucks the soul of a man as she ages. A truly feminine woman, who owns her femininity, is no damsel in distress. Indeed, she has the power within her to uplift, create and transform the entire universe.

But, I digress...
 
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bigblackbull76

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#20
I am not a black man, but I know that one of his favorite things to do is be the FIRST black dick inside any white, latina, or asian girl. It is such a rewarding challenge for him. And I don't blame them, I would trying to do the same thing of i was a hung black guy.
Ahh shit CindyLou there you go again stirring stuff like this up trying to get us to bare our souls on here. To begin with the questionnaire, you should have added an 'all the above' and then a 'b,c,d' answer and thats not for Big Chicken Dinner. My answer is somewhat equally: White women are a turn on, Forbidden fruit, and A way to say fuck you to white men.

TexasCuck hit the nail right on the head. @TexasCuck you sure your not a black-man converted over to a woman? MrLa318 captured it too by saying its the challenge. Our society (in America at least) has put up such a social color-line barrier and taboo that its about the challenge of getting a white woman and then being the FIRST black dick (blackening them) and making a loyal convert. I feel like Conan the Destroyer, I go all conquer and capture as many white-woman as I can in the white-man's kingdom. But I do love vanilla and strawberry ice-cream and I like my woman the same way. There is something about the blonde, redhead, brunette sprinkles of hair over vanilla skin, and then pink strawberry nipples and pussy lips that is oh so delectable and irresistible to me.

I like all woman, black, asian, latin, and I don't discriminate against any, but the challenge is to continue to break down the color barrier walls and I encourage and applaud more white men to date black woman too which I see alot around my town (DC-MD-NoVA). Intermingling is the best way to improve race-relations and I also do enjoy the time spent with sexy, laid-back and down for what-ever white-woman and its about that too.

So I disagree with the blog posters you refer to in that I don't dislike black woman anymore and I do not think that they are any harder to get along with as I have met a lot of woman of different so-called races who have had funky ass attitudes that I wouldn't deal with them either. Then on the flip side Ive met countless beautiful very cool laid back black women I absolutely adored and worshiped. The stigmatization of the Angry Black woman/man needs to be discredited and I will continue to do my part to see that it is done.

However nothing can make a black woman any more angrier than seeing a good-looking successful blackman with a white woman and I not only see that but I have experienced those laser-beam eyes burning the back of my neck more times than I care to remember. That right there is definitely real and part of what makes black woman angry with no further explanation necessary on why that is.
 
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