They’ve all felt the pleasure of having a black queen nurse them back to strength through sexual healing transformed into core, soul love feelings. There’s nothing like brown sugar: strong, sassy, sensual. We have fire-filled emotions blazing within our hearts.And if you’re the right man who’s bold and brave enough to power drill down the walls we’ve built to protect our emotional fortresses from the worldly forces focused on dragging down our self-esteem and stealing our pride – then congratulations.You’ll have not only won our souls, but also the respect that we sparingly dole out to men. They were delicate with their words, understanding with a tender ear to listen, and honest in a willingness to talk.But recent panels, blogs, magazine roundtables have been questioning the female and male species, particularly the black ones. They were loyal, eager, and quick to please, emitting everlasting vibes of honor and awe over dating a caramel girl with a tendency toward looking like a swarthy, Ethiopian princess during a summer spent tanning on the Jersey shore. My boyfriend from high school, tall and lanky with East European roots, argued with his family over our relationship (and the purple-blue hickies on his pale neck) when his mother screamed at the dinner table, “This is a white family!
Each of these wealthy, powerful men, believe and can affirm their addictive affinity toward dark meat.
They know the power of having a sista by their side.
I felt like I was letting down my race, even though he could breakdance better than most of the black guys I knew.
Like most sistas, I’d always dreamed of falling in love with a handsome, brown king who I’d make a little black baby with – one with crazy kinky hair that a suburban bred sista like me can’t cornrow After my troubled experiences with white guys, I could hear the subconscious scream of “This is a white family” echoing in my ear. Even though, at the time, white men had treated me better than any brotha I’d ever dated.
Posted in Uncategorized with tags african americans, black love, black women dating white men, CNN, David Bowie, Essence magazines, George Lucas, Grace Hightower, Howard Stern, interracial couples, Interracial dating, interracial marriages, jungle fever, Nightline, Power 105, Raqiyah Mays, Robert Deniro, Robin Thicke, Sean Hannity, single black women, single women, Slim Thug, The View, Vibe Magazine, Wendy Williams on June 9, 2010 by Raqiyah Mays CNN recently posted a story on its website revealing that interracial marriages are at an all-time high.
It got me thinking about not only black love, but the white kind as well.