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The other day as I was seated in a restaurant with my nephew a white woman and black man stepped in The woman and I briefly made eye contact I smiled and then I met his eyes They were filled with resentment and anger almost accusatory in nature Needless to say I was somewhat stunned You see I am enlightened enough to realize that ours is an evolving world Races have been mixing for x amount of years and hardly any of us are pure But there are others that would happily disagree with my views white and black male and female And thats fine but this is about my views so feel free to disagree The Myths Myth1 A select number of people believe that by dating one of another race means they will be more sexually pleased Thus creating the hot Latino lover and hung black stud stereotypes I have been in interracial relationships before with Hispanic white and mixed men From my experienced perspective there were no noticeable differences Meaning that most men were well endowed and all pleased me sexually emotionally and otherwise Although some relationships were not that pleasant I realized it wasnt because of their raceethnicity but rather a clashing of personalities So why do so many assume that the grass is greener on the other side It is because they are ignorant They dont realize that no one group of people can fit into one exact category If some of these close-minded people actually stepped into the real world they would realize there is a multitude of personalities morals values ethics etc in every race Myth2 I have been told by many of my black male friends reasons why they exclude black women as their partners Some believe black women have attitude and are too out-spoken Being a black woman and being raised by one I can say not true Black women are strong For
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