I have a childhood friend, white guy, who recently married a woman from Nigeria, and they just had a baby.
However, generally speaking, white guys don't usually think of black women in the U.
To answer the question, in my experience from talking to white men the majority of white men are not interested in any type of long-term relationship with a black woman, or atleast one that leads to marriage.
But generally I hardly ever seen a WM with a BW in this city, I think the last time I saw that was in 2007.
I have however seen more BM and WW relationships though, but still mostly in the suburbs.
However, I am never approached by men that aren't black.
How can I come off as a little more approachable to non-black men?
So what are the particular traits of the non-black man that the black man does not possess? Also when you say black men, are you referring to men who are descendants of African slaves in America?
Cause I was going to say there is a good amount of Nigerian and Ethiopian men in the DMV.I think all it really takes is a smile, and slight flirt, to make the prospective person see that you are interested. The other option is the socially taboo way, that is internet dating.I don't think you need to 'ask a guy out', but just simply show interest. To answer the question, in my experience from talking to white men the majority of white men are not interested in any type of long-term relationship with a black woman, or atleast one that leads to marriage.Alot of them have negative stereotypes about black people in general; however, i'm not saying all of them, but a significant amount.If they do go outside their race, it's usually with a white woman, but most of the time they are with their own women. I don't know if you're dating to get married or not, but if you're dating for the purpose of marriage you're going to have to work a little hard to find that non-black man.I've seen more black women with latino thwn white, but still thats not a by great enough margin.