Don't Believe the Hype: ALL MEN DESIRE BLACK WOMEN

Over the weekend I attended a very prominent gathering. Make a long story short, I was accosted by at least four young men with very noteworthy jobs: one of Somali decent, three Indian men and a cute little Asian guy. I've decided to pursue something with one of the India guys (who is in his 3rd year of residency where I live).

I say this to say: DON'T BELIEVE THE HYPE! All races of men like educated, well-kept, poised Black women. I remember a White male telling me how he always spotted the prettiest Black girl in the room before spotting any other female. We are wanted. I am not mixed; I am black (and brown at that) and, for the last decade I've been approached by just as many people outside my race as inside. Thus, Black females, don't believe the hype. The world is our oyster and so is EVERY man in it ;)

*continues conversation with my new, hot, Indian doctor*

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I concur!  I get more attention from non black men.  That is why I've started to date ALL men again. 

LOL Git it girl!

:-)

 This is true... I get long looks from non black men frequently.*interesting*

why do you need other races of men to tell you that you look good?

I totally agree and smiled when I saw this. I work the room wherever I go and I'm usually the only brown skinned girl in the place but I'm always the prettiest, friendliest, best dressed (this list can go on, I'm smelling myself lol) but the fact of the matter is, those statistics that said Black women are the least desired must have consisted of the men viewing all Black women as sheneneh or whoever the hell else makes us look bad because when they see women that look like us, it changes their perception ALWAYS. @ Tone, we dont need validation from them, this just proves all of those false statistics about Black women are flawed

read the title and it made me happy lol....that's all i needed to see.  it's sad that black women don't know this already. we all need to expand our horizions a lil bit.

If it not about validation then why was a thread like this made?  Why do non black men have to confirm your beauty  Before you believe it ? 


DB said:

I totally agree and smiled when I saw this. I work the room wherever I go and I'm usually the only brown skinned girl in the place but I'm always the prettiest, friendliest, best dressed (this list can go on, I'm smelling myself lol) but the fact of the matter is, those statistics that said Black women are the least desired must have consisted of the men viewing all Black women as sheneneh or whoever the hell else makes us look bad because when they see women that look like us, it changes their perception ALWAYS. @ Tone, we dont need validation from them, this just proves all of those false statistics about Black women are flawed

go back and re-read the title and what she posted.  
Tone said:

If it not about validation then why was a thread like this made?  Why do non black men have to confirm your beauty  Before you believe it ? 


DB said:

I totally agree and smiled when I saw this. I work the room wherever I go and I'm usually the only brown skinned girl in the place but I'm always the prettiest, friendliest, best dressed (this list can go on, I'm smelling myself lol) but the fact of the matter is, those statistics that said Black women are the least desired must have consisted of the men viewing all Black women as sheneneh or whoever the hell else makes us look bad because when they see women that look like us, it changes their perception ALWAYS. @ Tone, we dont need validation from them, this just proves all of those false statistics about Black women are flawed

shut up tone.

Tone said:

why do you need other races of men to tell you that you look good?

I read the title and this thread is seems like it is very much about men of other races confirming black women beauty.  It just seems like some black women take it more to heart when a non black man tells them something about their looks.


Honeycoated said:

go back and re-read the title and what she posted.  
Tone said:

If it not about validation then why was a thread like this made?  Why do non black men have to confirm your beauty  Before you believe it ? 


DB said:

I totally agree and smiled when I saw this. I work the room wherever I go and I'm usually the only brown skinned girl in the place but I'm always the prettiest, friendliest, best dressed (this list can go on, I'm smelling myself lol) but the fact of the matter is, those statistics that said Black women are the least desired must have consisted of the men viewing all Black women as sheneneh or whoever the hell else makes us look bad because when they see women that look like us, it changes their perception ALWAYS. @ Tone, we dont need validation from them, this just proves all of those false statistics about Black women are flawed

Don't even bother. Just ignore him. Enjoyed this post, Baby Cheeks, and I did not notice it until I made the decision to expand my horizons.

Eleven8 said:

shut up tone.

Tone said:

why do you need other races of men to tell you that you look good?

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