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Well it was shown that I am not very popular with Black women it has been that way all my life but oh well.

Therefore, after this story I have a great feeling, that the dislike will grow. As one Black man once told me, the only problem he has with black women are how they think that they are blameless.

I mean I get it as a Black woman I know that we go through hell. No one knows the true hell that Black woman truly face day in and day out except Black women. However, we still manage to hold our heads up high as if nothing is wrong and that is the main reason why I love being a Black woman but I do hate how closed minded many Black woman can be sometimes, and I hate how we try to hold Black men to a particular standard that we are no where Interracial dating double standards meaning. Yes, black men do it too and as the story goes on I will touch on them as well, however, it is one great battle that will always rage on between the Black man and Black woman that have no chance in turning anytime soon.

Now, if you know me then you know that pretty men are not my preference but it is a few that catch my eye.

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Therefore, if you know me then you know who is in my top 3. And the number one man on my list is none other than Michael B. I know that last statement may piss a lot of people off but face it!

I have followed his career since HardballAll my Childrenand lets not forget the classic series, The Wire. The same women that is mad at him for dating outside of his race are the same women that probably did not give him the time of day when he was growing Interracial dating double standards meaning. The call for boycott causes a great debate over the double standard that black men feel that they face when they choose to go to the other side.

If you know me, then you know that I love Black men.

My best friends always tell me I need to be more open minded when it comes to finding love. Some people just come in your life, and open your eyes in many ways that you did not at first find possible or take interest in. When it comes to certain topics I try not to touch on them until I have a better understanding about it.

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Furthermore, multicultural dating is a topic that I try not to touch. But since Serena Williams and Meghan Markle become a hot topic with Black women, I find it fitting to finally give my two cents.

Stories about the number of Black women who are still single have made headlines for years, and to be frank, we are tired of hearing about them.

The reality often hits home when your love life becomes a panel discussion with your family. Therefore, the Interracial dating double standards meaning picture Black men and women paint of each other to justify the reason why they want someone Interracial dating double standards meaning another culture and ethnic does nothing but further the divide between Black men and Black women.

It becomes a lot of finger pointing, shaming, bias and hypocritical talk. Jordan and so many others choose one of us? Is the question that many Black women wonder, when they see a well-educated and quality Black man go another route. Your home is your peace, and if you cannot find peace at home then where can you find it? Which is why, so many believe that dating another race will bring them that certain peace that they have been looking for. When I talk to Black women many claim that they do not have a problem with a Black man dating outside his race but it is the double standard that they despise when they choose to do the same.

If you are on social media, we all see it. But if you let Black men tell it, they feel the double standard is the other way around, as in pro Black women dating interracially and not them. Pairing happens in Interracial dating double standards meaning ways and certainly colors.

You love who you love period. Despite the persistent prejudice in the world, we can not deny that as a country we have come pretty far in taking steps to end racial discrimination. Before you all start yelling about how I am wrong, just take a deep breath, have a calming sip of tea and acknowledge that nowadays in our millennial generation we are actively open and accepting to diversity in a way that our forefathers would have gagged at.

The very fact that you would even argue against me about the extent of our progress is evidence enough that we many of us are in denial of essential facts.

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