Black girls like white guys dating
To my surprise there was a nice group photo with my friend’s sister, her boyfriend, my friend (all white) and a black girl. ” And my 2016 self in university would have been like “yeah great interracial relationships are great cool.” But me now is like: Here’s why: Black people are not a commodity. Take me for instance: My name is Ella, I’m a singer, and I’m a blogger.
Judging that he had let me know that he had broken up with his girlfriend (one I didn’t know he had and who was black also) I could only assume he had found this black girl in the seven days leading up to the party. My favourite colour is blue and I have a sweet tooth.
He also shaved his head and, apparently, that threw my friend for a loop. The actor who’d given me his head shot as soon as he learned I was a TV writer. I have a lot of friends in interracial relationships. After we were seated I asked him how many black girls he’d dated. “I don’t want to be part of your chocolate fantasy.”“Uh …
She raised an eyebrow and slurped on her vodka cranberry. I’m black and my friend Kim is white, as was the guy in question. The real estate agent I’d met at the LACMA summer jazz series. Translation: I’d never do it but I think Halle Berry’s pretty. What if I were part of some Dixieland fantasy of his? “Because maybe black girls are your thing,” I said. Another time, my boyfriend got a call from his ex-girlfriend. I’m not exaggerating when I say white people stared at us as we walked down the street. If we had them, they would be “multiethnic” or “biracial” or “mixed heritage.” All terms that annoyed me. Maisha Closson is a TV writer living in Los Angeles. If you have comments or a true story to tell, email us at [email protected]
But after swimming through all the Brads and the Jacks, you get that one guy.
The next week, I scrolled though social media to find a photo album of the party and had a look-see. I’m getting married – I better start saving my coins!
The TL; DR is that they’re sorry, and they didn’t meeeeannn it and they learnt from their former fetishizing ways aaaaannnnd…
they’re not going to delete the podcast because they’ve never deleted a podcast and they don’t want to. So, to the white person reading this, I’m not trying to discourage you from dating black people and I’m not necessarily saying you’re a bad person – what I am saying is sometimes being “racist” isn’t that stereotypical idea of being racist.
Most people, including black people, don’t like feeling interchangeable and collectable, funnily enough.
Maybe in your head, in this Trump-thinks-Neo-Nazis- are-really-fine-people kind of climate, it might seem really forward-thinking to say that you “only date black people” – but you also have to consider how that makes a black person close to you feel. Sex educator and blogger Oloni recently uncovered a conversation between two hosts of the podcast, Guys We F*****d. In an episode posted on called “DO GUYS SHOW EACH OTHERS THEIR DICKS?