Of course, this isn’t always the case – but you should be prepared for it. When the white protagonist in the movie starts a relationship with a black guy, the guy’s female friend responds with:“White girls like you, creeping up, taking our men — the whole world ain't enough, you've got to conquer ours too.”Sarah James talks about this in her article for the Huffington Post.She puts the comment in the context by pointing out that Other stats show that 42% of black women are unmarried – which leads you to understand why black women might feel like a white woman is “creeping up” on their men.People who you think are only seeing your skin might actually be seeing themselves.
As Ernest Baker points out at Gawker, it is based on years of white dominance in society.
Whites are privileged in this society and having what they have serves as validation for a lot of people.
You will hear lyrics about “white bitches” and how successful black men will “leave your ass for a white girl.” Kanye West then went and married a white girl…Yes, women are seen as trophies and markers of success.
This is a huge problem and you need to be aware of it before you enter into an interracial dating relationship with a white woman, especially if you are black.
You might not have a bit of racism in you, and your reasons for dating the man/woman of your dreams has nothing to do with race at all. Be prepared for the stares, stupid comments, and maybe even violence (thankfully, this doesn’t occur often anymore in Western countries).
You two will have to do your best not to let the racism of other people interfere with your relationship.
We stick to our “tribes” and people feel rejected or jealous when they see someone from “their tribe” dating someone who looks different.
Meeting your partner’s family is when you two are of a different race.
“He was a white guy who was 19, and he would not let it go! Instead of shunning the curious stranger, they talked to him, and “it turned out that he had just started dating a black woman and was excited to see [our relationship] was working.