Interracial dating stereotypes
These are by no means all the stereotypes about bw/wm couples I have heard, but just some of the most common ones that need to be put to rest NOW.Everyone reading this is probably well aware that they're bogus, but if you've ever caught yourself thinking any of these, it's time to stop.The last time I checked it is a widely held belief that men in general tend to like sex, want sex, think about sex once every 7 seconds (I just did), and--and this will surprise exactly no one--don't want to marry every girl they have sex with.I am not exactly sure why it is completely sinister for a white man to want sex while it is just regular lousy or typical for a black man to want it. Believe it or not it's about the best way I can think of to sabotage a relationship.Does anyone really think every single black guy they meet or that tries to talk to a black woman is interested in a relationship? [It was the Beatles who sung "I Want To Hold Your Hand" while hip hop gives us "Til Sweat Drips From My Balls"] I just think this is a tactic used to make black women so (subconsciously) leery and paranoid about white men they don't really give them a chance. If you would have sex with a black guy after a week but want to hold out over paranoia of a white guy for months, it'll create distance, suspicion you don't really think white guys are all that attractive, and make us wonder where the relationship is even headed if you vastly preferred your past boyfriends enough to have sex with them so much sooner.None of that might be true, but it's how men might interpret it.It's not white men that are keeping black women single.
[I apologize for the length, but it's a comprehensive list] 1.
"A white guy is just interested in sex with a black woman"--And black guys aren't?
There's a saying I've heard before that goes "White guy gets the check, black guy gets the sex," men may falsely interpret your sexual wariness as wanting a relationship with a white man but being more sexually/physically attracted to black guys.
However false, it IS completely accurate to call it prejudice to suspect the worst of a guy's romantic intentions simply because of his skin tone.
I mean..you can't tell that some clean cut, Mormon, Matt Damon Jr.