Instead of tackling the real issue, they blame white men and start pursuing the black men, who did not interest them before, for purely sexually exploitative reasons.
They come around to black men only because they are black and not even because they like the guy and are attracted to him individually.
I never had a problem getting attention or interest from white men, don’t have low self-esteem, and am not into racking up notches on my bedpost to prove some point against my low self-esteem and emotional vulnerability about my perceived sexual value with black men to make up for rejection from white men, which is really quite pathetic if you ask me.
Apparently, I was perceived as more of a trophy, more socially acceptable, more sexually available, more easy-going, and more convenient than another type of woman.
Not only is this viewpoint racist and sexist by black men towards black women, it is racist and sexist towards white women.
—Mehki Chi— I see these types of posts, at least once a day on Facebook… How do they feel about beeing chosen over black women simply because this segment of black men can’t get over a bad relationship, and perceive white women to be docile, and easier to get into bed?
The post above for some reason inspired me to do some research on how white men feel about white women after a few bad relationships. The comment below was written by a white woman that chooses to remain anonymous: As a white woman, I have dated across the spectrum of class, religion, and race.