It’s always on the tip of someone’s tongue––when a Jessie Williams leaves his Black wife for a white girl, or a Serena Williams marries a white dude, or an Unidentified Williams who’s a friend of a friend on Facebook talks about how it feels to repeatedly see Black public figures loving damn near everyone but each other.So a Black person’s white partner shouldn’t come to Black Pride? There is an obvious difference between the two, IMO. Brad: When you feel like a better person around them. And when you look forward to interacting with them every day. Javi: I get it, no one wants to be alone during those months. Dean: Sometimes, when you're home alone..a Saturday night. Also favoriting ~everything~ you put on social media. Brad: My thoughts are that I have literally no idea what this is. Whatever happened before me is none of my business.
But how do you think this affects Black Women who are seemingly deserving of this. Do you think that Black Men are selling out their own kind ? GOD made us equal, and ignorance made us different. Some people think that there are ulterior motives or reasons why Black Men and White Women date or marry each other. However the case may be, there is still in this day and age some resentment and ill will towards Black Men coming from the African American community. Until the world can see a man as a man and a woman as a woman, it will live divided. No matter how broad or nuanced a conversation about Black people dating white people is or must be, there is always a radio station, publication, or Facebook commenter who just wants to know how the conversation affects the woke card status of white-partnered Black people.The twisted rules apply to different types of men and women.Black women, for example, must play an entirely rigged ball game as compared to black men when they only date outside their race.