In most Spanish-speaking nations, Spanish males impregnated Amerindian females to create Mestizos, whereas the Portuguese males preferred Black females and that explains the high levels of genetic European ancestry in Brazil, since they’re on average quadroon/octoroon (e.g.
evidenced by loose wavy hair strands, since black female hair is dry and nappy), but very inbred and not outbred at all (e.g.
Laura writes: I don’t think white women in general are more attracted to black men than white men.
No, you are probably seeing more of this rejection than is really there, but I would say many more white women than ever are attracted to black men, judging from the visibility of the phenomenon and the rates of interracial marriage. Feminism has attacked the virility of white men, not black men.
The white male provider keeping his wife in the kitchen is the oppressor, not the black man who never marries or supports women at all.
The advertising agenda targets toward the younger crowd under 18, but it’s had an influence on the older crowd 18-30 which is my demographic. That is why I want to ask you this because here is what I see. It’s nothing new, it’s just now white women are allowed to do it to ethnic minorities.
I live in Chicago, and the stereotype is that black men chase after the white women, but what I see in public is that white women have this stare, this gaze at black men. The multiculturalist and feminist advertising has created a really bad mixture in Chicago; it’s in commercials, billboards, on buses, and ads everywhere, even public service announcements.
There’s this encouragement and social pressure for people to date interracially, especially the white female and black male pairing.
writes: I have a question about something that really bothers me and makes me feel very threatened and ashamed.
What is it about white women who go after black men? When I pass a white woman walking by, chances are she won’t even look at me because she is already staring at the black man walking behind me.