White Guys: Here’s the secret to successfully dating a black woman
Are you a white guy who has just started going out with an amazing black woman and want to know all about dating black women? Or, perhaps you are someone who wants to date someone from a different background.
1.You can touch her hair—but your friends can’t
Yes, black women have different hair than white women. Unless you’ve just landed from Mars, you’d have probably noticed that much. Their hair is kinkier and curlier, and they wear it in any number of styles.
If you want to touch your girlfriend’s hair, ask her. But remember, if she lets you touch her hair, that doesn’t mean your friends or family members can too.
2.Tell your family about her
You don’t have to introduce her to your family until you two are comfortable with the whole thing. But hiding her existence from family and friends is not cool. It sends her all the wrong messages, like you’re not all that comfortable with the relationship, or worse, you’re not a man but a mamma’s boy who is afraid of what his mom will say about his choice.
3.Accept your differences
Your girlfriend is black, so there are going to be cultural differences that arise between the two of you. But what’s the big deal? You like her for the type of person she is, right? And, seriously, differences can be good; they help spice up the relationship.
4.You can’t say the N word
Write this and repeat until you get it completely. You can’t say it while joking, making fun of white people, or praising Usain Bolt or Mohammad Ali. Never ever utter the N word in front of her. Yes, she’s sensitive to it. You might not understand, but you’ve got to accept her sensitivity to it. Otherwise, walk out right now.
5.It’s just a satin cap
Yes, she wears it every night—most black women do. It’s normal, so stop staring at the cap.
6.Don’t ask “How Do I fair in comparison to black guys you’ve gone out with?”
If your girlfriend is half as intelligent as you are dumb, she will not answer the question. And furthermore, she will say goodbye to you. Good for her. After all, who wants a dumbass for a boyfriend?
If you didn’t already know, here’s the truth: nobody likes to be stereotyped. It is embarrassing, frustrating, and humiliating. So when you’re out with your black woman, avoid uttering stereotypes about black women or black people.
8.Just show your love
It’s simple, but in the end it all boils down to this: do you love her? If yes, are you doing enough to show her the same? If you aren’t, that’s too bad, because she wants you to do that even when she knows you love her. And this, by the way, is true for all women, not just black women.