As showcased by the once endless stream of “Do girls from X country like Indian men?
” questions, there clearly exists a subset of Indian men who are anxious about whether or not they will have success dating non-Indian girls.
Whether they’re instantly suspect or think he’s cool, he better prepare for some teasing. Their personal struggles have nothing to do with you. Image Source: You are a smart, attractive, well-educated black woman.
You wince every time they call him “the white boy” or ask why he likes chocolate, but you’ll just have to talk to them about that later. He’s going to feel some sort of way if he finds out you’ve been spilling his tea in the street. You should really be dating a smart, attractive, well-educated black man. Image Source: Sometimes brothers take it hard when they see you out with someone for the other team.
Over the last several decades, the American public has grown increasingly accepting of interracial dating and marriage.
Whether it’s indeed true or not, the vast majority of readers just pictured something along the lines of an elderly, rural white man (riot in the comments from the HBD’ers in 3,2,1)…
This post will explore the in’s and out’s of game for brown men, exploring both the causes and the solutions for their problems with dating interracially.
Full disclosure before we proceed: I am an extremely Westernised brown guy from a non-Indian background, but am mistaken for one half the time so I consider myself qualified to help my fellow brown men out.
When we approached the scene, my boys dived in head first and completely lost themselves in the non-stop admiration they received from these White girls. Not only was I disinterested in courting their attention (which there was a surplus of for any Black boy), but there was a deep reticence I had for the entire scene that I simply could not put my finger on at the time.
As I’ve grown older, I’ve momentarily recalled those days and wondered to myself what was the barrier that kept me from immersing myself in a scene where I could’ve had just as much “fun” as my boys.
If this is the first time his friends have hung out with a black person, the interracial learning curve can be steep.
Image Source: Sometimes your crew doesn’t do any better. So why not try out “N***a” in a rap song or join you when you complain about how “black people are always…” But even several years in, things can get awkward pretty quickly.
Millennials are no exception to this trend: Large majorities of 18-to-29 year olds express support for interracial marriage within their families, and the level of acceptance in this generation is greater than in other generations.
The Pew Research Center’s recent report on racial attitudes in the U.
Dating is tough; and interracial relationships come with their own special type of drama.
Whether you’re currently dating “outside the team” or just curious about what it’s like, we’ve got some gripes that sistas in this situation will probably understand.