BLACK MEN and WHITE WOMEN: AMERICA’S REALITY.

Henry Johnson LR
4 min readMay 28, 2018

Sista Lecia Michelle wrote, “Dear White Women married to Black Men, we didn’t give you a Black Card.” Well, let’s get to the point. The interracial relationship between Blacks and Whites started way before the founding of America. The slave masters were freaks on those plantations, in the South, East, and, perhaps, sometimes the Northern part of the United States. Slave masters were having babies with enslaved West African women and disowning them.

Because of this, Americans who claimed that they are full “White” may have “BLACK” in them than what their outer appearance shows. The truths are, White-Europeans and Black-Africans have been screwing each other for about more than four hundred years. In these United States, it has been two hundred and forty-one. The saying goes, “you can’t help who you fall in love with.” This saying is true; America is indeed a melting pot. Today, you’ll find more White women with Black men than vice versa.

Let’s get to the question: Why do White Women Love, Dates, or Married Black men?

If one throws this question at the (Black women) sisters, you’ll get some of these answers:

1. They are obsessed with size; they love the aggressiveness in bed, the thug life mentality in general, which of course is an imaginative stereotype, but aye.

2. This, too, is just a phase for her (the white girl).

3. The cultures are so different she won’t fit in.

4. The White gurl found her new rebellion.

5. She wants to be Black; the experience is everything.

6. We are tired of women like them stealing our men.

I can go on and on.

These answers are just a few things that you will get from some of the sisters (Black women). Are they right or wrong? Well, our country, these United States’ political history gases the examination of interracial relationships. In the ’40s, 50s, and perhaps 60s, the brothas were not allowed to hold that “WHITE GURL” hand. Hell no, do that, and you’ll be asking for trouble. So, why it’s now…

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Henry Johnson LR

I am a Liberian-born American writer with great ideas to impact lives and leave this world a little better than I found it.