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Blacks having been slaves here, this was a highly emotional subject.
As our society has become more open, and black men have become more financially prosperous,they have naturally pursued white women, partly because they can.
Discussion of race is often uncomfortable, especially when it comes to black and white. There is nothing inherent in having higher melanin levels or ancestors from a particular continent or country that gives one certain qualities or traits, and yet through race, our society says that there is. The very social conception of race proves this point.
Race is not inherent and neither is racism, but one most definitely leads to the other.
Banks also suggests that while statistically black women are least likely to marry into other races, their loyalty to black men is ‘noble’ yet counterproductive and they should look to white, Latino or Asian men as potential partners.
In an interview with Nightline, Banks claimed sixty years ago black marriages and families were ‘as stable as white families’ and that the decline comes as ‘black women have moved ahead, black men have fallen behind’.
The last census reported about 24 percent of black male newlyweds married outside their race, compared to nine percent of black female newlyweds who married outside their race.
And let’s face it, black women are judged against the European standards of beauty by which our society undeniably still abides. If a black woman is angry, it is not assumed that she is just a woman who is experiencing the emotion of anger in the moment. Black women are associated with strength, for they are not often seen as nothing more than a strong “black” woman. In the media, we often see black women portrayed as single mothers and matriarchal in nature.
Until everyone confronts race and the stereotypes associated with it candidly and honestly, people will still continue to see others through race-colored lenses and not as unique individuals.
They say love is blind and this is true but true love also sees differences and accepts and appreciates them. Date and marry a person for who they are and know that they are more than their physical features.
My mother always taught me that it was the person who mattered. Our society views the ideal woman in light of gender roles.
The ideal woman is feminine — docile, innocent, yet not naive; submissive, yet strong and attractive.
These relationships were no different than those in my racial category except for one dirty little issue: race.