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White men navigate society with relative ease while black women are teetering on the precarious margins of race and gender that they do not have the privilege to ignore.This is not a game to us, nor is it something we can ignore.I like to imagine men I've dated relaying our relationship to his children and grandchildren: the one that got away, that beautiful, wise African American princess who taught me so much!Expectations: if you choose to date someone of a different race, you may get stares and a few noises of disapproval as you walk along hand in hand with your beloved—even today, but do your best to ignore it.And while of course the topic of race should be an ongoing conversation with your significant other, things would go a lot smoother if men — — were able to identify and prevent racial tension from the very beginning.To be blunt: White guys, you often approach black women in a harmful way.Interracial Dating Done (W)right by Andrea Wright At one point in my idealistic youth, I thought, “there’s no difference dating men of different races”. Of course, there are similarities: they are men and thus the majority of them need validation that they are able to protect, provide for you, and most importantly that they have completely won your heart. There are differences especially if you’re African American and he’s…not.There’s usually a period of curiosity, to be fair, that goes both ways. Please put your hand down, I’m not going to high-five/fist pound you with every witty observance either of us makes.
My friend likes black girls, but he doesn’t like them too dark!I don’t have an explanation for it, it’s just something I notice. Your opinion is just that, yours and the same goes for him. Experience something you’ve never done and introduce your mate to something new. Most importantly, keep an open mind and be yourself!Perhaps fodder for another time, after more research? Andrea Wright is a digital marketing guru with an unwavering vision and determination to help the world thrive, one word at a time, one person at a time through her novels and career/life coaching practice (The Wright Path). Many of us are genuinely okay with the education process if in the end you've been able to teach someone something.You never know how that’s going to payoff in future generations.