Young couple talk with female friend on vacation. Photo by Young couple talk with female friend on vacation. Recently I was listening to my boyfriend and his friends discuss the reasons why some of them prefer White women over Black women. Many of their reasons were purely based on superficial factors, which bothered me. It is one thing to date someone because you like them as a person and could care less about their skin color which is perfectly fine. It is another thing to purposely seek a particular race for frivolous reasoning.
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A kind, smart man who moves me, might be able to rock with me, regardless of race or ethnicity. The vast majority of my Black girlfriends exclusively and purposely date Black men, so I get a lot of questions about my UN-friendly dating roster and most of those questions are about the white dudes. Seeing specific movies is not a dating requirement for me. You better know and love Stevie Wonder, though. Then there are two troubling statements that I often hear. I find this to be problematic because everything about it is wrong. You should never date someone of a certain race because you feel exhausted by the antics of men of another race.
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There is evident increase in interracial dating in the US, and also across Europe, many of which lead to marriage. This trend has seen black men becoming more attracted to white women, and white men becoming attracted to black women. Since the US Supreme Court decision that fully legalised interracial marriage in all the states, this practice has not witnessed as much of such cases as since , according to statistics. In , revealed a Stanford University study, there were only 65, marriages involving African-Americans and whites. In , that number had grown to ,