Black guy dating
Black guy dating
Thinkstock **Sigh…that age old question that just won’t go away…even on a date.
Once again, I’d rather be talking about what normal people talk about on dates, like what they like to do for fun etc.
You might be wondering, “Will we have anything in common? Unfortunately, sometimes that plan fails miserably because some of these White men can’t help but keep reminding you that you are Black and they are White.
It’s not that they do it on purpose, but it’s just that sometimes make certain comments that can seem annoying or even inappropriate.
As young women, we enter the world of dating on a mission to discover what type of man works for us, who we enjoy spending time with and ultimately what kind of man we can eventually see ourselves spendin...
As I scroll dating site after dating site I find there is a common deception, done by both men and women alike.
Image Source: Generally speaking, it’s not a good idea to get into a deep discussion about politics on a first date, but for some reason, White men will sometimes want to know what you think about certain popular issues concerning African Americans.
Don’t take this the wrong way, it’s not that I mind discussing it, but I just feel like these issues shouldn’t be the first things you think of when we go for a first date.
So all I remind you of is affirmative action, healthcare, and the Trayvon Martin case? Source: Shutterstock For some reason, some White guys feel the need to prove that they are some sort of civil rights activist.
This usually involves sharing some sort of heroic story where they once combatted racism.
After all, I am on a date with YOU, and not your friends.
Having Black friends won’t help the situation if you have the personality of burnt toast.
Sorry, but I have no desire to fulfill your sudden thirst for a Black woman.