Tips for white guys dating black women
Interest in black female and white male pairings does exist in the US.
ABC’s hit show Scandal has shown that there is an openness to white male/black female partnerships among black women, and more than a few relatively high-value white men have shown a willingness to approach and date black women.
This is where the value of “contrast game” becomes clear.
If you examine my previous article regarding black men and the steps they can take to broaden their non-black romantic options, you’ll see that I touched on this issue a couple of times: As noted above, pre-selection will often be essential to a black male’s success dating interracially in the USA. Only a select minority of non-black women are really into thugs.
Those most open to dating interracially are going to tend to be the ones open to maintaining close interracial relationships of other kinds.
In order to make this possible, however, it is crucial for a black male to avoid association with any number of negative stereotypes associated with people like himself. Most truly want nothing to do with that image or lifestyle.
It is crucial to the success of any black male looking to bridge racial divides in his romantic life to avoid association with that image at all costs. One is simply acknowledging the presence of a stereotype with potentially negative effects on their social/romantic life, understanding that he will generally be assumed to be in line with that stereotype, and working to directly contrast with said stereotype when given the chance to actually engage with those who are likely to hold that assumption.
A hot black girl is something for them to “try out” before they settle down, or something to sample and cross off their bucket list in due time.
Very few white men have actually been with black girls in the USA (this particular interracial pairing is not one of the most common and is substantially less prevalent than its reverse), so when they do meet a black female they find attractive the urge to simply “test it out” for novelty’s sake does appear on occasion.