How to Date a Black Woman
In tolerant, culturally diverse societies men and women can date whom ever they wish, so-if you haven't already-consider figuring out how to date a black woman. A black woman is open to dating men of all nationalities, religions, and subcultures, so don't exclude her from your dating pool because of an irrational fear that she won't be interested in you. Take a few notes on how to date a black woman.
- Be genuine with her. Unfortunately, there is a stereotype that black women are only interested in rough, thuggish men. This is not true. Don't pretend to be someone you're not. Of course, not every black woman you meet will be interested in you, but you should expect that with any type of woman. Find black women who share the same interests as you and take it from there. Important: You will offend her if you try to act "black", so don't do it.
- It doesn't matter if she's the first black woman you've dated. Although you may be excited about this fact, you don't need to tell her because it isn't important to her. Black women, like most women, don't want to know about the type of women you dated in the past. She may also feel uncomfortable if you overexaggerate the significance of her being black. Treat her like any other woman you would be interested in.
- Don't act surprised by her personality. Black women have a wide variety of interests and tastes. She will not fit into a preconceived notion of what a black woman is, so don't expect her to. Even if you are genuinely surprised by her personality traits or interests, don't tell her. Get to know her and accept her for who she is.
- Have fun and be responsible. Remember, women-regardless of race-want to be respected and loved. Take care of her and she will take care of you in return.