"When I met him last year I had been through the wringer in many ways with men and I couldn't take it anymore.But, you know, you keep that stuff hidden." "And as much as some women say that they are independent, I was like, no, I think I need a hero about now. And at that point, at 36, with all the players around in New York, I had never thought it would happen for me, but it did.He was the good, solid man that I needed" When asked about the racial factor, Steve says that he has dated black women before but only this relationship became long-term.
White men and black women dating is nothing new, but it isn't a topic that gets delved into often.In this hub we talk to two white men that love black women they are in committed relationships with.They give us the reasons why they love their women so much and why they went black.We also talk to the ladies and find out why they chose their white men.They both said that seeing each other's opposite skin color in bed heightens their excitement.
Tasha said, "Somehow, when I see him laying against my dark skin, it feels like we're doing something naughty or taboo, and we are definitely into it." "And Steve is dominant (in a good way) and I'm submissive, so it just works." Steve ended with, "Marriage is definitely in our future." Steve and Tasha are headed in the right direction because marriages between black women and white men work.Peter 31, and Belinda, 29 are both teachers and met at a teacher's conference. "I love everything about black women -- their dark skin, their full lips, and when they wear those little braids in their hair.As if we really needed reasons -- but let's dive in!Steve is a 38-year-old account executive in Manhattan and Tasha is a 37-year-old social worker. Steve said that he felt a spark with Tasha early on -- something that appealed to his manhood."There was something in Tasha that I really liked -- a gentleness, something that quietly said 'I've been through a lot and I need your help. Even when we argue, Tasha doesn't curse or get excited.I like the fact that she leans on me, that she needs me." Steve wanted to make a special note of stating that black women are too often unfairly stereotyped about being aggressive or loud. She's about as soft as a woman can be made." Tasha said that Steve had her figured out without her saying a word.