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Skepticism towards black men/white women relationships is a longstanding and well-documented part of our cultural fabric in America. I’m not a “black man” who “dates white women.” I’m a person.
I have my own unique experiences and some of them include having dated women who are white, but because interracial dating is such a historically tense and loaded subject, it’s hardly ever looked at with any understanding or compassion for the people personally involved.
Black women have told me it’s because I’m a sellout.
The white men who can get past the mental anguish of my black penis tarnishing “their” women think I’m making some latent admission that their race has the most attractive women.
For some reason, mainstream media has developed an obsession with Black women and our seemingly tragic lack of opportunites to jump the broom.
Unless you’re without access to the internet and broadband cable, by now you’ve heard that Black marriage rates are down and that Black women are more likely to be hit by lightning than to marry (I like to call this theory “The Black Female Thunderbolt Phenomenon”).
Even fewer can say with conviction that they trust a Black woman in either a business or personal relationship.
My friend, former Rutgers Business School Professor Dr.
Among these myths are ones you’ve probably heard of (perhaps some you’ve believed): black women in general are inherently less feminine/more masculine, have animalistic and uncontrollable sexuality, lack intelligence and civility, and are lazy and irresponsible.
Ruth Negga, who stars in the leading role as Mildred Loving, also Skyped in from London to do a live interview with us.
There’s still a surprising number of people who have never heard the history of Mildred and Richard Loving, despite its significance in the Civil Rights legacy.
Answer: No, I don’t think all white men feel that way about Black women.
However, media images and the lack of interracial socializing have led to a situation where the distinct minority of white men can say that they truly know a Black woman.