Dating other races
I’m a slim and attractive, successful black woman who only dates Caucasian men – but I can’t get one to commit! They all say, “I’ve never been out with a black women before” as if all my bits are going to be different to any other woman on this planet.If I’m lucky, they’ll date me briefly, but it’s purely about the sex! I’m 36 and have slept with under 10.) I’m extremely fussy who I “put out” for.So here’s my question: men clearly find me attractive, but how do I get a Caucasian man to commit?My sister gets men to commit but you wanna see the state of them – I have higher standards!Telling Parents and Siblings if You Live at Home Telling Your Family as an Adult Dealing With Prejudices in Your Family Community Q&A Once socially frowned upon in some cultures, more and more people accept interracial dating and marriage as a non-issue these days.One factor that still inhibits interracial relationships is a fear that family will react negatively and reject the relationship.The answer to your romance problems isn’t crossing the color line but examining why you’re drawn to inappropriate partners.The idea of dating interracially to gain social status may seem peculiar.
Yet she explicitly stated “no preference” in terms of potential suitors’ ethnicity – she was interested in seeing people of all different backgrounds.
I’m on two dating sites: e Harmony and Match Affinity – both USELESS.
I don’t find most men on them attractive and, of the ones that I do, they don’t like me! You must be a mind reader as yesterday I was thinking of closing both accounts!
There are a lot of reasons for this fear, including prejudice and racism among your family members, ignorance about other cultures, or a fear of cultural incompatibility.
If you are worried about your family's reaction to the news that you are dating someone outside your race, you may want to initiate a conversation to let them know and to reassure them about any concerns they may have.
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