It has been known that the bigger the backside the better. Many studies show that black men prefer woman with curves and white men prefer women who are thin.
Census data reveal that the interracial marriage rate of black women (and mainly white men) has only modestly increased from 1% in 1970 to 4.1% in 2000.
Quantitative polls that measure racial attitudes of whites today show a marked decrease in racial hostilities, however, these polls do not account for the complexities of frontstage and backstage racism, whereby whites manipulate racial performances for the settings that they are in. To understand the phenomenon of black women’s consistent exclusion by white men, I examined 134 contemporary white men’s thoughts, opinions, perspectives, and emotional reactions to black women as they expressed in in-depth online questionnaires.
The findings reveal, overwhelmingly, that the white male respondents, despite most admittedly having very limited experiences with black women, held grossly negative views of them as culturally defunct, domineering, welfare queens, and unattractive unless representing a white aesthetic.
Research also shows that black women are overwhelmingly excluded as interracial dating partners, with one study showing that white men excluded black women as dating options at 93 percent.
We are praised for our assests by the black men who love us. In the white community this has been the complete opposite. This is naturally engrained in both African American and Caucasian people’s subconscious.I recently did a survey on a group of black women regarding their reasons for not dating men who are not of color.Through my findings it seems as though black women aren’t actually opposef to dating outside of their race.His friends had been drinking one of them yelled into the phone.“Tell Ashley I miss her! Then once in an argument, he said that my beloved alma mater was “institutionally racist.” This was a HUGE mistake on his part. In considering a future with him, I worried about these issues.Interracial dating has been one of the biggest conversations within the black community.I could never date outside of Black men, I thought. My two closest friends were shocked but very supportive and liked him a lot. I remember the first time it was brought to my attention. When I would experience “exotic otherness” at work, I would talk to him about it and he would suggest that I was overreacting when I knew I wasn’t.