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In your outlook, you’re doing the very same thing that you’re accusing people of doing to you. Many men don’t have that same “loyalty”—or “hang-up,” depending on how you look at it.
But there are other ways of looking at this same scenario.
There are other black women who would hear that a white guy is interested and think, “Of course he is. Black is beautiful.” They would take a chance on the guy you’ve “quickly” dismissed to see what, if anything, he has to say that might be interesting. Sometimes we can’t wrap our heads around the idea that anyone would want a black woman.
“When guys from other races approach me or seem to express interest, I feel like I am their cultural project and quickly shut it down. “Odd” implies that it’s out of the ordinary, but I’ve heard this reaction from some black women toward nonblack men several times.
They don’t say anything offensive, but I wonder why they want a ‘sistah’ when they have not ventured over to this side before—or seem to have not to. “Odd” isn’t the right word to describe your reaction.
Unfortunately, the writer didn’t say whether or not that made her balk.
To be fair, I have to acknowledge that there are nonblack men who hold weird beliefs about black women. Recently on Madame Noire, a black woman wrote, “Are You the Type of Black Girl That White Guys Like? She regularly encountered white guys who gave her backhanded compliments that revealed some unflattering stereotypes they held about black women.These guys thought that saying “You’re not loud,” “You enjoy working out,” “You’re educated” and “You’re not a ‘baby mama’” would be flattering to her.