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It’s no secret that black women are the least desired subgroup on dating sites.
Although it’s upsetting and frustrating, there’s something a little empowering about being seen as the least attractive group – the bottom of the barrel if you will; making each boy who swipes right a small victory against the tyranny of racism – snatching them into our black female lair, luring them in with each fluff of the afro.
How can one possibly answer whether black men are more or less appreciative of black women, without interviewing thousands of black men and women?
What I do know is that, as black women, we have to convince ourselves that we are beautiful 10 times before we even leave the house.
You realistically date those who are around you, and maybe those people happen to be white.
Even more so, you fall in love with a personality and that is devoid of racial boundaries.
Is there a surprise, then, that for many black women a #whitebae might be exactly what you’re looking for?
Of course, it’s not us versus them, but it’s easy to fall into dream-like states of a back race with beautiful power couples en masse.
However, in the search of #wokebae, does he even need to be black?
This video, although disgusting, wasn’t in any shape or form shocking.
Could it be that woke white men are more inclined to appreciate darker-skinned women than black men?
This is dedicated to the girls who take off their wigs in Facebook posts with a caption that reads “ripping off the shackles of slavery.” This is for the boys who wear a dashiki and caption it “Afrika with a k.” This is for the black vegans who talk about the enlightenment of casting away animal carcasses for real soul food, the kind of food that wipes away your transgressions and elevates your mind – leaving people scratching their heads like “damn, all that from a tub of hummus?