Why are more black woman dating white man
The main aspect of reframing one’s psychology to be more masculine is to begin looking at women not as equals, but as something that exists to serve you.
If you can really internalize this concept, you will no longer be timid or nervous around women.
Was the reason people got so upset about the Cheerios ad not just because it was an interracial family but because it featured a White woman with a Black man?
At Talking Points Memo, Nichole Perkins ponders this question, on this, the Holiest of Days for exploring issues concerning life and love (and race, it seems).
Restoring Masculinity Helping White men restore their masculinity is something I have tried to make an objective of this site, and have recommended both the paleo-diet and getting physically more active, particularly in weight-lifting and martial arts.
The psychological aspects of regaining masculinity are more complex, but the physical will help with the psychological (you hardly ever meet a guy in good shape who is also a whining liberal fag).
"The American public seems more willing to accept (or ignore) seeing a Black woman with a White man than a Black man with a White woman," Perkins writes, arguing that because Americans have long-displayed a "fear of Black male sexuality," our culture has evolved to the point where "Black women dating White men has been promoted as panacea for all the alleged problems Black women face when it comes to dating." Perkins uses a few examples in advertising (a new Swiffer commercial featuring a White man who is disabled and his Black wife) and TV (Scandal) to illustrate her point that White men with Black women are more easily accepted by our society – an argument brought up on Gawker's original post about the negative reaction to the Cheerios ad.
But the one thing Perkins doesn't discuss here is the role children play in the Cheerios commercials and how important they are in considering the "threat" of interracial relationships.
A woman of any race (besides possibly Asians) is a lot more likely, in any situation, to respond better to “yo baby, I like the way your legs be lookin in dat dress,” than “hi, uh, I was just, uh, wondering if, uh…” Fact of life, deal with it or whine about it, not my issue.
Also, to be fair, there is a “c”: Black men do tend to be more masculine than White men, on average.
This is a modern phenomenon, of course, and is partly due to the differences in way White physiology processes the endocrine disruptors in our environment.
It is also, as the book asserts, a status symbol for Black men that they got a White girl. Interestingly, I watch the Breakfast Club a lot, which is a Black talk show available on You Tube (I highly recommend it for anyone interested in examining the psychology of Black people), and the female side-host of the show (or whatever you call that, she isn’t really a “co-host”), Angela Yee (who has a Chinese father somehow) is obsessed with asking the male guests, generally rappers and Black actors, if they date White women.
Almost all of them will say no, they prefer Black women, indicating that Persaud’s assertion that this is a way for Black men to boost their self-esteem is true, as already successful Black men are not interested in interracial dating (this could also be partly due to the fact that successful Black men have access to the most attractive Black females, while the average Black male has to deal with fat Black women, and a fat White woman is more attractive to a Black male than a fat Black one).