Regina king dating outside of your race
We are praised for our assests by the black men who love us. In the white community this has been the complete opposite. This is naturally engrained in both African American and Caucasian people’s subconscious.
It has been known that the bigger the backside the better. Many studies show that black men prefer woman with curves and white men prefer women who are thin.
They are never approached by white men We as black women are constantly criticized for being the ones not open to dating outside of our race but what happens if white men just do not approach us?
When I surveyed these women, 4 out of the 6 said they were never even approached by a white guy.
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But all the other friends of mine, it’s either they vocally say that they won’t or every time an opportunity comes up for them to date outside of their race, there’s some excuse why it’s not going to work.Black men have made it no secret their liking to white women.Regina King recently raised the argument that we as black women still have not become completely comfortable dating outside our race. Check out an excerpt below: On the misrepresentation in television and film I have an awesome team that doesn’t see me as just a black actress, but there is a lack of representation of TV. I was doing an interview about The Boondocks and the question was why the ratio of single black women to men was so high. Inside, she gives her input on the lack of color in Hollywood, interracial dating and voicing the characters Huey and Riley on The Boondocks. Clearing up the rumors on interracial dating I never wrote an open letter to Black women that said they should date outside of their race.