White Men Love Dark-Skinned Black Women
I have recently been picking up the vibe that a significant number of black women are open to the possibility of dating white men. And why not? They are our classmates, colleagues, neighbors, fellow strap hangers and THAT guy who smiled at you in the Apple store. Think about it ladies. It makes no sense to overlook half of the human race because you are waiting for your black prince, who by the way is f@%king ABB (Anything But Black). He has no problem throwing your ass under the bus to get to Ms. Jane. In the immortal words of Cleavon Little, “Hey, where the white women at.”
That being said, I need to clear up some misinformation about the type of black woman that most white men (American, European) are attracted to. I am speaking from personal experience. As a black woman and global citizen, my friends and I have noticed that, in general, white men prefer their Nubian queen to be cocoa black or chocolate brown, rocking a natural hairstyle; little or no makeup and educated with a slim, athletic build. Not hating on the weave, the ghetto mentality or my thick sisters but it is what it is.
Let’s be clear—not talking about the sexual fetishists or curiosity seekers. Understand that white men don’t want “white” black women. They want the essence of our blackness; skin, hair, earthiness, beauty, soul and power. You know as black people we possess an unexplainable “thing” found in no other race. Whatever “it” is—is irresistible to Nikola, Arne, Bjorn, Anders and Casper. By the way, they are marrying their black women.
Men are very visual creatures. Imagine him looking down at your velvet black skin plastered against his smooth, muscled paleness—trust me— this is so incredibly hot and sexy. I am not romanticizing the white man or putting him up on a pedestal…not asking you to pine for prince charming. Just don’t limit yourself to rice and peas when a feast of exotic tastes and textures is laid out before you.
I once asked a Norwegian friend why he preferred dark-skinned black women. You know what he said? “They FEEL right to me.”