Black women on interracial dating
just so you're on the same page (and not one from an American history book).So, if you're a black woman and you have been with, or are currently with a white man, I'm sure these topics have somehow made their way out of your mouth: If you didn't see this coming, then I'm not sure what to tell you.Now, let's throw in a small chat about touching hair: Just don't do it.Black families aren't just about being blood related.A black woman's body should still be considered a temple, not some exotic display that has happened in the disgusting past.Another thing that should probably be brought up is clothes and how they fit.Often times minorities are misrepresented in media and I want to change that.As Tupac stated: In order to change the world, we must change ourselves.
I remember being 6 and slapping my white uncle in the face to figure out why his face turned bloodred.
The stares won't stop and the judgments will be hard at times, but you have to remember there was a time when the two of you together was unfathomable.
But don't let that serve as an excuse: People should get over it.
It isn't that your family should have to be explained to your man, but a heads up about the fact you don't necessarily abide by the rules of the nuclear family couldn't hurt. Black families are always willing to hand you the hilariously unordinary.
Since you're with your man, it's safe to assume you've already cross-checked for any annoying interceptions like being considered a fetish or “a score.” Sadly, black women have to be aware of those types of things when they date outside their race because stereotypes still manage to live and function in society.
Black women don't always have the luxury of shopping just anywhere: Our bodies aren't fully represented in the retail field.