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While non-American cultures might facilitate easier introductions and more interracial dating opportunities, those of us who are interested should be invested in exploring different dating styles that may reign in a particular country.What you may interpret through your personal cultural references may not be your potential mate’s way of thinking.The first was a piece about a self-proclaimed “dark skin activist” calling out Kendrick Lamar for having an extremely fair skinned fiancé. Despite all the complaining, guilting, lip smacking and neck rolling, a black man will ultimately and unapologetically do whatever the hell he wants. Check out the last 40 years of black men dating and marrying non-black women. Yeah, that’s happening, despite any objections their mammas, sisters, and jilted black girlfriends and ex-wives have to say about.The other story was about Romeo Miller whining on a talk show about all the hate mail he’s received for having a white girlfriend.“It’s crazy to think that in 2015, when I start posting pictures of me and my girl–obviously I’m black, she’s white. didn’t make them “come back home,” then nothing else was.

I find men of all colors, creeds, and walks of life attractive, and don’t limit myself to dating one particular race,” says avid traveler Oneika Raymond.

Blake continues, “Dating interracially can also be more complex in Europe.

As Chris Rock once said when talking about Black people’s relationship to White Americans, ‘we don’t got time to dice white people up into little groups.’ This is not an effective strategy for dating men abroad.

After studying abroad in Europe, and now, living in Brasil, I’ve had the opportunity to explore my options as a single woman.

In my adult years, I’ve never been closed off to dating non-Black men in the United States.

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