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There's a saying I've heard before that goes "White guy gets the check, black guy gets the sex," men may falsely interpret your sexual wariness as wanting a relationship with a white man but being more sexually/physically attracted to black guys.However false, it IS completely accurate to call it prejudice to suspect the worst of a guy's romantic intentions simply because of his skin tone.There are 5 times as many white men as black men in the US, even if only 20 percent of those white men were interested in marrying black women (and trust me, it's a lot more than that) that's still the exact same percentage of black men in the US.I'd say your odds of a white husband are just fine. "Black Women are just interested in money"--Women period are interested in money.Let's face it, interracial kids are hot, and even people saying "They'll never be accepted" are the first ones trying to have sex with them. "Black Women More Attracted to White Men are Self-Hating"--Yes, because as we all know there is absolutely no difference between black women and black men and they look identical and to turn down sex with a black man is like turning down sex with yourself and doing that means you hate your skin tone.It's a ridiculous argument usually said by black men who are mad they're not with you.
Tyler Perry is a fairly young guy and even he got it dead wrong by trafficking in ugly stereotypes in “The Family That Preys Together” In the US there are almost 10 percent more eligible black women than eligible black men, meaning that in an absolute best case, never going to happen scenario, if every single black woman got married to a black man tomorrow there would be nearly 10 percent not getting married.It's a familiar tactic of the prejudiced to make it seem like they are the victims of prejudice (like Glenn Beck saying Barack Obama hates white people in a recent interview lol).So I would always encourage people to ask themselves why someone is really saying this and if maybe there isn't at least some wariness on the part of a black father or grandmother or traditionalist (i.e.segregationist) aunt to completely embrace bw/wm relationships in general.Plus, if your grandmother is telling you this..much is she really and truly living in 2010 when she says this?