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I’ve recently been following two stories on Madame Noire regarding black men and their dating choices. ’ ‘She’s only with you because of this.’ It’s sad because honestly if anybody knows me, all the girls I’ve dated, I’ve dated girls who’ve been as black as Akon and white as Casper. She could be blue, green or yellow and it would have been her.” [SOURCE]So here’s two very public examples of black men getting flack for dating light skinned women and non-black women. Black women also get the pushback when we date interracially, so isn’t it even? There are four key differences between black men getting criticism of their dating choices rather than the other way around. Patriarchy allows for men to date and marry anyone they want.
The first was a piece about a self-proclaimed “dark skin activist” calling out Kendrick Lamar for having an extremely fair skinned fiancé. Despite all the complaining, guilting, lip smacking and neck rolling, a black man will ultimately and unapologetically do whatever the hell he wants. Check out the last 40 years of black men dating and marrying non-black women. Yeah, that’s happening, despite any objections their mammas, sisters, and jilted black girlfriends and ex-wives have to say about.
Reason #4: Black men are allowed to be married to white women and still be “down for the cause.” Throughout history some of our most celebrated black men have been free to marry white women and still freely be able to advocate on “black issues.” No one tells them they don’t have the right to speak on the black community once they jump the fence.
Most of my “conscious” critics hurl that in my direction, because my husband is white.
Reason #2: The whole, “slave master” guilt trip is applied almost exclusively to black women.
Many of us have been vulnerable to the guilt-tripping about how us dating a white man is an insult to our ancestors, slave women who were chained to beds and raped.
She was only acting upon fear of the “evil white man” who was also her oppressor. We want the approval of the people surrounding us that we care about.
Utter bullshit, but people have bought that reasoning for longer than I’ve been alive. If dating or marrying a white man could lose them friends and family, black women are less likely to take the risk. Their homies pat them on the back, the black women in their lives may complain, but they will still love them and eventually accept the situation they have absolutely no power to change.