Having already discussed the means through which black males can increase their chances of dating non-black women, I thought I would also touch on the subject of white males approaching non-white women.
So, what is important for a white American male to remember if interested in approaching a typical black American female in the USA?
Here are a few things: There are a decent number of non-black men out there who are interested in black women primarily as a means to an end.
A hot black girl is something for them to “try out” before they settle down, or something to sample and cross off their bucket list in due time.
Very few white men have actually been with black girls in the USA (this particular interracial pairing is not one of the most common and is substantially less prevalent than its reverse), so when they do meet a black female they find attractive the urge to simply “test it out” for novelty’s sake does appear on occasion.
Black women are very keenly aware of the existence of this mentality, and they don’t want any part of it.
They’re usually not going to be comfortable with the idea of being an experiment for a random horny guy.When approaching these women, it is important that you distance yourself from this as much as you can.Social circle game can be valuable here, just as it is for black men looking to date interracially (as I noted a little while back).By building strong friendships with people of multiple backgrounds and winning social proof among multiple groups, you can improve your chances of gaining romantic interest from a diverse group of women.If a black woman can see that you’re cool to her peers and with other minorities, she may be more open to you romantically and less prone to conclude that you’re just knocking the “black girl thing” off of your “to-do list”. In a previous article discussing ways in which black men can broaden their romantic options, I noted that black males with diverse friend groups and social proof were far more likely to find non-black female suitors on a consistent basis than others.A similar truth applies with regard to black women.