6 Reasons White men love black Women
1. Beautiful Dark Skin Complexion Most white men praise black women, is that they have a nice dark smooth skin complexion. They say that black people don’t have varicose veins and redness showing, and looks healthy. They like the way a black woman tastes. I read a book that talked about the Melanin of black people’s skin, that is has a sweet almost sugary aroma, so if it actually does taste sweet well that makes sense.
2. A little attitude is healthy Many white men who have dated black women tell me they like the attitude of a black woman. That it somehow spices up the relationship of them. They like how black women are committed to their man and take the relationship seriously.
3. Appreciative not entitled The thing I tend to hear from older white men dating black women is that black women are appreciative of gifts, and an affluent lifestyle that the white mans money may be affording them. I think that is nice. I will take that as a compliment. They say their own women tend to have a sense of entitlement…I don’t really know… this is just what some white men have told me.
4. “Sexy body Gal…” Many white men have told me that they liked black women because they are curvaceous and have a nice booty. Ok, they say black women tend to have a nice figure such as full round back sexy black woman side and hips. I am not one of these blessed Empresses, but I have met some black women, who have a killer body, and I am just thinking man if I had what you have I would show it off every day of my life. I knew one black woman who had a round booty and a small waist, like you know a man had designed her, will very like her body!
5. black women Know How to keep house I have been told by some white men that they like black women because they know how to keep house and look after their family member. Black women are raised to know how to fill the belly of their family members with good cooking, and how to keep their home clean. They do it better.
6. More Honest White men have told me that black women in general tend to be more forthcoming about their thoughts and feelings. Black women in particular are raised to be honest and forthcoming.