we are sooo strong we intimidate them
That's a woman thing, not a race thing. Women are superior to men, we all know it :)
Hello Mrs. Keta,
This is a fascinating question!
Because the thought has never entered my head that white males would be scared to talk to black females. Seriously, I think the only condition that I would be scared to talk to a black female, would be if she were on the arm of a tall, burly black guy. But that would be because I would be afraid of offending her male partner.
Surely! In fact, I make it a habit to say 'Hello' to almost every one I pass on the street, or in a social situation. For example, if there were a group of ladies walking down the street, and they seemed like nice people I would like to talk to - I have (on countless different times) said, "Hello Ladies!".
Often times, I am able to start up a conversation with a group of ladies, a group of men, or unescorted women ... in any number of social situations.
Hope this helps.
In my neighborhood, that'll get you murdered!
I am not. not at all. My gf is dark skinned (Sorry I just dunno how to use white & Black to define people it should be used to define icecream :P It's ridiculous I know but I just prefer it this way)
I talk to black women. Right around your age too..
I'm not scared to talk to black women. I have met and chatted with many.
not at all. Just don't want to be called an "old perv"!
We like brown sugah too.
i dont think that is true, i get more white men talking to me always than black guys and i am black. unless its where u live
Black p***y is some powerful sh!t.
I think most white guys appreciate the white woman
Who said they were?
They are weenies
never thought you liked white chocolate
I like that.....I don't see color.....
no sure maybe that the black boyfriend may kick his *** may indicate a reason of concern
Where did you get that idea?
We are? :o
I don't mind talking to black women, I have friends of all races. I find black men and women, as well as any other race, very interresting and beautiful. Perhaps it depends on where you live?