I would think the answer would be obvious. Because racism isn't dead. Because Trump polls above 40% in head to head matchups. There are a lot of white who are still bigoted, they just dont say it out loud anymore.
I went most of my life not feeling any real attraction to black women. I grew up in a place where there was zero diversity and so I guess I never really had a chance to have a romance with a black woman.
Then one day, I fell in love with a woman who I had known from work. We respected each other quite a bit on a professional level, but one day it changed, unexpectedly, and we quickly fell in love.
Although it did not work out in the long run, I think I learned a lot from that experience. It changed what I really was looking for in a woman, and what I found attractive.
Nowadays, I truly find black women to be beautiful. I love their passion. They know how to dress snappy. They're more family oriented. They embrace traditional values.
One thing I will add is that when I talk to my friends now, they will tell me they like black woman, but don't know how to attract or approach them.
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Just be patient. Peoples' tastes vary throughout life. Take music. When I was young, I liked pop music, then moved on to rock music, then punk, then perhaps techno, then something else, etc. I couldn't go back. Maybe in the past I was not exposed to techno on the radio and had to encounter it later in life. All I know is I usually am attracted to something different than myself to open my thinking--as long as it doesn't violate my principles--the more different the better in many cases. Also in relationships it's about sharing ideas and goals and dreams. In a relationship the other person also needs to have some similar understanding or common ground. So maybe in many situations I like something which is a new experience or something different than myself--up to a point.
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I am white and I absolutely love black women more than any other type of women in the world. They are so amazingly beautiful that I can't stop myself from smiling whenever I see a beautiful balck woman go by. So I guess I can say that at least some of us are really into black women, maybe not quite as much as me but still.
Social pressure on both white men and black women. American society still doesn't endorse black female/white male relationships, even while they are rapidy growing. In this age of political correctness, such relationships still carry a stigma. Needless to add, there remains enourmous social pressure in the black community for black women to remain with black men regardless. Indeed, black female/white male relationships represent a demarcation which is still deemed taboo in America.
There are tons of white guys who are into black women. I'm one of them! I just look at it like this. Some guys like white girls, some like asian girls, some like black girls, some even like other guys!!! It's just something you're born with. I've always been attracted to black women, even as a child