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The whole “black male/white female” gets a lot of media attention because it’s basically rare/abnormal, low-status, shameful for the family, and the unions typically end up divorce/separated (high levels of domestic violence since the black “community” is quite matriarchal and violence-prone).The biracial daughters sometimes don’t have kids (infertile), whereas others end up having children with a low-class white male (mother’s home country) since they were disowned and don’t have a lot of monetary wealth.This whole black male/white female “couplings” repeatedly shown on U. American adverstiments, commercials, movies and so forth is projection on part of men in the artistic industry. painters, movie directors, fashion designers), men tend to have lower attraction floors (as opposed to women, who are on average more hypergamous), hence in the absence of restrictions they are more likely to miscegenate, and this can be seen in various Central-South American countries since they’re full of mixed-raced people.For example, the South African Colored community has white Dutch paternal ancestry, whereas Ethiopians have Arab male paternal ancestry, and Puerto Ricans have white Spanish male paternal ancestry (all three of these large mixed-raced communities had black female ancestry).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 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.Yet, I still do not get the same attention or affirmation from white women as I see them give toward black men. It makes me feel that these women are denouncing their heritage.That these women are ashamed of their race, the same race and culture handed down from their grandfathers, fathers, to brothers and cousins. Why is the media perpetuating sexualized racism and white supremacy?It’s probably true that some white women are viewing black men, whose virility has never been demonized by feminism, as sex objects. I don’t think it is comparable to white men with black slaves though. I assure you, many black women are more angered by this trend than you are.— Comments — Alissa writes: Hello, being the daughter of such a rare union I can offer some tips on this issue.

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