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I’ve always been a "Daddy’s Girl" and I would never intentionally date a specific race in an attempt to “lash out” at either of my parents.While it’s true that a woman is more likely to date and marry someone who looks similar to her father, it’s also true that she’ll choose a life partner who shares the same qualities as her father.In my eight years of dating white men, I’ve had equally good and bad experiences, but there was not one single event that made me decide that I’m no longer into white men.Sometimes people just get bored of dating the same race and want to explore, especially if they grew up in a town that was predominantly one race.Dating outside of my race has opened my eyes to how much work we still have to do as a society to combat racism, both blatant and masked.However, Black men are twice as likely to marry outside their race than Black women, and there is a unique, community issue of some Black men explicitly not wanting to date Black women at all, which isn’t as common in other races.Just because society has identified whiteness as some sort of marker of success doesn’t mean that white women view themselves as an “upgrade” for black men.
Of course it’s possible that a white woman had a traumatic experience with a white man, which makes her look to other races for love and stability in a relationship; but, this is not always the case.
These are just some observations I’ve made and they obviously do not apply to every interracial dating situation.
I always knew that race was a problem in America, but I didn’t (and still don’t fully) realize the intricacies of it and how deeply it extends to dating culture.
Black people make up 14.4% of the American population, which means there are roughly 21.5 million black men living in America.
Cut that number in half to account for the black children, now that’s 10.75 million.
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I’ll start off by saying that I don’t intend for this article to speak for all white women/men or all black men/women.