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Uninitiated straight white women who have yet to “go black” are probably just as curious as some of the gay white men who have pursued me.However, once their curiosity is satisfied, their long-term behavior is probably less likely to be racially motivated.Contrary to what many white people who find black people more attractive than white people might think, some black people don’t really care. Not only did she love black men, but she could pull in the cream of the chocolate crop, one who had barely aged. He wasn’t a bad-looking guy, but I didn’t think he was any reason to show off to a complete stranger either. She could take that as “Yeah, he’s hot” if she wanted to. By then she’d moved on to new business: the nights she made out with girls.We’d rather be judged on our individual physical merit, not the physical merit of our race. I was kind of curious, but I was more interested in seeing a throwback photo from the ’90s than in seeing what he looked like in the present day. I wondered if she would think I was self-loathing if I told her I didn’t think he deserved her accolades. That might be why women are less likely than men to stick to a physical “type.” What my friend said made a lot of sense, but even if I was inclined to concur, I knew that it didn’t make women any more likely to be “color blind” than men.
Also there's always stigma from others about mixed-race couples and sometimes problems with strict foreign parents, and these mixed pressures might make it more difficult for black girls especially to date outside their race.In other words, once they “go black,” they’re probably more inclined to go back.I have no scientific evidence to back this up; it’s just a theory. Meanwhile, I’ve found that with gay white men who date black men, it tends to be more of a trend. I once presented this idea to a friend (a white guy who dates black men exclusively), and he had an intriguing response. She was a chatty and congenial Aussie, with a distinctive no-bullshit edge. And a number of biracial celebrities — including Alicia Keys, Drake, Halle Berry, and Wentworth Miller — were born to white mothers and black fathers.Most importantly on a Friday night, she was a straight woman in gay bar who wasn’t playing the I’m-such-a-fabulous-fag-hag card while taking up way more space than necessary. I have a theory about white women and black men, and it goes a little something like this.