Dating other race white woman
You’ll see how quick we are to point out our issues with the other gender, but rarely accept hard truths about our gender or do anything to change them.
What if we started thinking of solutions, instead of just the problems?
But I think that the larger issue is that Jewish women are largely the same way. The reason I didn’t marry Jewish was simply this: a) We make up 1.8% of the population. They will marry one of the ten men in their city who qualify demographically and make the best of the situation.
Highly intelligent, highly accomplished, highly demanding, highly unrealistic in their expectations. They may have to compromise on wit, kindness, looks, money, compatibility and 50 other things, but at least they’ll have little Jewish/Asian/Indian babies with 100% pure ethnic blood. Folks like me, who have dated people of every race and religion, have come to the conclusion that it’s the content of the character that matters most, not the color of the skin.
Please Evan, give me the blunt truth on where my blind spots are.“What’s wrong with Jewish men?! I’m just pointing out that the phenomenon is real and trying to draw logical conclusions from the statistics.
They’re screwing up an entire generation of our religion. And they refuse to settle down with nice Jewish girls. To parallel this to your situation, Lily: you want to stay within your race. I had a Chinese client in Los Angeles last year and an Indian woman in New Jersey who felt the same way.
Because, as a people who have historically received so much hatred, we, Black women and men, so desperately deserve love and respect.
A few days later, after looking at 300 reader comments, researchers sent some surprising news back. Eastwick, Inter-racial dating is the majority of what I have done since I began dating!
But why do I feel so defeated in accepting this idea?
It’s as if the gravitation pull of the natural dynamics of interracial dating is just too strong for my feeble attempts to want the world to be different than what it actually is.
I suppose it’s my own twisted way of trying to contribute to a more just world. I kinda feel guilty about the fact that I’m not attracted to Asian men. And so, I opt for “other.” Thus, in the end, I still haven’t escaped being prejudiced in some way.
A truly open minded person wouldn’t discriminate the way I would.
I’m a bit surprised at men’s openness to interracial dating.