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Some forums can only be seen by registered members. View detailed profile Advanced or search site with Search Forums Advanced. Originally Posted by branh Let's be real here. A lot the women who date black men, date thug, jobless, and broke black men.
And the women who date them are generally overweight, generally poor, do nothing women. Most mixed black people I've known have a poor and overweight black mother, and an absent or do nothing black father. Not what I'd consider a way to advertise the interracial dating in Seattle. Trust me, the women in Seattle who have anything going on for themselves, aren't looking for black men. They're generally looking for successful white men. The black people I know who grow up in decent households usually have a black mother and a white father.
I know people get upset with me for really mentioning this. But people have no clue how limited the options are for a black male who isn't some sort of thug, or a charity case for women. The OP may luck up, anything is possible.
But for the most part, you're not going to find much of the following 3 in Seattle. People are simply intimidated.
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The only black people I've seen do well in Seattle are the following 3. But you talk about a real American black male, eh, you're better off going to Texas where there are more attractive women, and they go for these men like this. Or the East Coast for that matter, where they don't shun successful and masculine men. Originally Posted by DP I honestly want to apologize to the black people for how they're received in Seattle. I'm highly aware of the avoidance mentality that Seattlites have, and I think that being black just gives those people another reason to avoid you. Not sure it's entirely racist, or just Seattlites' inability to process anything that's different from them, but it sure is a shame.
And I know the white and Asian women won't date black men, and I just think that's outright wrong. It's really too bad Seattle is so sheltered and Bellevue woman dating a white man in its beliefs. The entire city is missing out on one of the greatest aspects of living in a melting pot, which is to interact with people from all walks of life. Seattlites LIVE together, but they don't experience life together. Location: Moose Jaw, in between the Moose's butt and nose. Originally Posted by beenhereandthere.
Maybe along the Asian women, but most white women in Seattle are colorblind about that kind of stuff. Thank You! Originally Posted by krieger Well most Successful and established black women date white guys or Asian guys and some times Mexican guys that are equally Successful and established. People can date who ever they want but often times if both the woman and man are not on the same level it is not going to work out.
What i mean by that is in terms of educationincome, and so on. Also a fun fact Black females earned 68 percent of associate's degrees, 66 percent of bachelor's degrees, 71 percent of master's degrees, and 65 percent of all doctor's degrees awarded to Black students. Originally Posted by dicecobb.
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Females had a higher education percentage for all ethnic groups so should't we see a substantial increase in lesbian couples? Originally Posted by zorph. Given the location of Seattle, it would make sense that not many people have really interacted with blacks, but someone needs to "force their hand.
Location: Past: midwest, east coast. I'm not black but I am a minority. Metro Seattle is quite accepting and I haven't encountered any overt racism in the few years I've lived in the area.
I think a big reason why the Seattle area is less racist toward blacks is because it does not have a difficult racial history and the resulting ghetto areas that go with it. Seattle does not have a "ghetto" like the ones you'll see in the east coast or midwest. I used to live in Detroit's suburbs, which were mainly white and asian. However the city itself was nearly all black and was crime-ridden. Everybody knows a story about a someone who was mugged in Detroit, likely by a black male.
Plus there were terrible race riots in the city back in the late '60s. Due to all this the metro area was quite segregated. I'm not saying that overt racism was all over the place but it certainly wasn't as accepting as Seattle. On a side note, my aunt works at Microsoft and says there are a of educated, well-mannered black people in very respectable positions within the company. So there are options for you OP. Please register to post and access all features of our very popular forum. It is free and quick. Additional giveaways are planned.
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Remember Me. Seattle area Seattle and King County Suburbs. View detailed profile Advanced or search site with. Search Forums Advanced. 4 of 7. Advertisements Quote: Originally Posted by branh Let's be real here. Quote: Originally Posted by DP79 I honestly want to apologize to the black people for how they're received in Seattle. Quote: Originally Posted by beenhereandthere Maybe along the Asian women, but most white women in Seattle are colorblind about that kind of stuff.
Quote: Originally Posted by branh Let's be real here. Self-Hate Quote: Originally Posted by krieger00 Well most Successful and established black women date white guys or Asian guys and some times Mexican guys that are equally Successful and established. Quote: Originally Posted by dicecobb Females had a higher education percentage for all ethnic groups so should't we see a substantial increase in lesbian couples?
Quote: Originally Posted by zorph Given the location of Seattle, it would make sense that not many people have really interacted with blacks, but someone needs to "force their hand.
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