OMG: Q&A: Will people really look at me different or weird for dating a black man? This is what I have been told?

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Question by world: Will people really look at me different or weird for dating a black man? This is what I have been told?
2 friends of mine told me that if i am dating and seen out and about with a black man i will be looked at differently in a bad way.

Best answer:

Answer by Tara R
oh please

you look like a brown person anyway

Add your own answer in the comments!

I love being Black. I love being called Black. I love being an American. I love being a Black American, but as a Black man in this country I think it’s a shame that every few years we get a change of name. Since those first ships arrived here from Africa that came across the sea there were already Black men in this country who were free. And as for those that came over here on those terrible boats, they were called niggah and slave and told what to do and how to behave. And then master started trippin’ and doing his midnight tippin’, down to the slave shacks where he forced he and Great-Great Grandma to be together, and if Great-Great Grandpa protested, he got tarred and feathered. And at the same time, the Black men in the country who were free, were mating with the tribes like the Apache and the Cherokee. And as a result of all that, we’re a parade of every shade. And as in this late day and age, you can be sure, they ain’t too many of us in this country whose bloodline is pure. But, according to a geological, geographical, genealogy study published in Time Magazine, the Black African people were the first on the scene, so for what it’s worth, the Black African people were the first on earth and through migration, our characteristics started to change, and rearrange, to adapt to whatever climate we migrated to. And that’s how I became me, and you became you. So, if we gonna go back, let’s go all the way back, and if Adam was Black and Eve was Black, then that kind of
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10 Responses to OMG: Q&A: Will people really look at me different or weird for dating a black man? This is what I have been told?

  1. Jose 'im a monster' says:

    lol no

  2. MAMA NO says:

    You should ask SUPER MODEL Heidi Klum

  3. Tucker says:

    Yes those ignorant jealous dark skinned black woman

  4. Me says:

    yes.. why do you want to date monkeys? Black men are the ugliest things ever

  5. ashley says:

    no you’re still the same person

  6. Rocco says:

    depends where you live, its normal where i live.

    very few red necks usually poor and haters.

  7. Afrika says:

    Its not that big a deal. Unless you make it one. Some people in interracial relationships like to make it about them and how better or good it is to be with that person of another race. If you can’t handle whatever issues may arise then don’t be in the relationship. The strongest couples tend to be interracial relationships anyways because if you get the support of both sides of the family it can be great. If you don’t get support it should only serve to strengthen your relationship.

  8. Little Miss Fire Starter says:

    No one cares anymore, this isn’t the 1950s anymore. Black men IR relationships are so boring to ppl now. Its all about Latinos & Asians!!!!

  9. kim.2007 says:

    Why would people look at you weird? It think it’s ridiculous how some people think. There’s no reason you shouldn’t date a black man or any other race. Girl, you have fun, and ignore anyone looking at you in a hateful way.

  10. MediocreGatsby says:

    Depends where you live, I guess. Most people are cool with it nowadays

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