Some of these women for a number of reasons (some Asians and Hispanics also do this) have trouble making it with white men and are not pursuing black men out of personal interest on an individual level free of questionable motivations.
It is not a celebration of diversity or a case of love conquers all.
I will include the image and the status that is shared with it: This is why black men choose to date white and Latino women sometimes, black women don’t know how to give a man peace they are never satisfied or happy you are either doing too much or not doing enough.
Today’s black women just don’t do well in relationships or marriages, I’m not trying to be mean but it’s the truth, black women demoralize and disrespect black men entirely too much in relationships that’s why many black men won’t commit to them.
The black men do not take interest in the wonderfully dark-haired, dark-eyed, wavy-haired, and golden-to-olive skinned Ukrainians, Greeks, Hispanics, Italians, Slavs, and Irish that are so attractive. They want the light, tanned blue-eyed blondes with perfect skin and boob jobs, no hips, and every cosmetic enhancement available.
There are plenty of white women who throw themselves sexually at the worst possible choice of black males, all to get the perceived Mandingo with dark skin and twelve inches effect, which is stupid, degrading, and desperate.
Instead of tackling the real issue, they blame white men and start pursuing the black men, who did not interest them before, for purely sexually exploitative reasons.
They come around to black men only because they are black and not even because they like the guy and are attracted to him individually.
—Mehki Chi— I see these types of posts, at least once a day on Facebook… How do they feel about beeing chosen over black women simply because this segment of black men can’t get over a bad relationship, and perceive white women to be docile, and easier to get into bed?
The post above for some reason inspired me to do some research on how white men feel about white women after a few bad relationships. The comment below was written by a white woman that chooses to remain anonymous: As a white woman, I have dated across the spectrum of class, religion, and race.