Dating black man children punjabi girls interacial dating

Rated 3.80/5 based on 567 customer reviews

Hey my name is “Sue” I’m a black female live in St.

Louis Mo I have had bad relationship with black men so I decided to date white men my last relationship was a white male we was together for 1 year but it didn’t end well he broke up with me after a year and said my 3 kids were a problem and that he felt like it can’t work but my thing is he knew about my kids when we first for together then he say he thinking about his future and that he wants his own family and that what if he wants kids that will be too many kids so now I’m having a hard time moving on from him I still want to date white men but I’m scared to get hurt again because what if all white men say my 3 kids are too much for them I need your help..

Source: Shutterstock After sharing a guest-post on step-parenting from the step-child’s point of view, one commenter asked an interesting question: “Should a man with no kids be hesitant to date a woman with kids?

Masculine and violent women are not attractive to men in the slightest, no man when looking for a good woman desires traits of masculinity and violence within her.Additionally, how many times have you heard black women address black men as “my nigga” or “bruh”?Not that black folks should be using the word “nigga” to address one another anyway, however do you remember a time when this behaviour was exclusive to men? As I’ve stated before in , today’s black women are black men with vaginas, most of them look rugged, coarse and manly in the face and many of them are incredibly desperate to throw off womanhood.The same thing goes for many black men and even African men.For many centuries, the African-American woman was treated as if she was not "beloved" or a "Trophy" - but as someone to degrade, whorize, and made to work as a slave, and exploited sexually by the slave master whereas White women were prized. But judging from the stats and from our own experiences isn't it time that Black women start broadening our own horizons???

Leave a Reply