I Love White Men Too!
I am black bbw who loves white men. I have dated other races of men, but white men have a sex appeal and attraction I cannot shake. I have tried for years to analyze my attraction to understand it, whether it was the skin color thing, or interests, or physical appreciation of white men. Then I realized its a combination of all things. I have more in common with white men.
However, I have not met a white man that I have been compatible enough with to be in a long term relationship leading to marriage. I have dated different types of white men and realized that there are certain types of white men, that I like most. However, those I really liked have never dated a black woman, and I was their first. While we were very compatible and had lots of fun together, they were afraid to pursue something long term because they were afraid of what family and friends thought. They were worried about my family and friends and at the end, it did not work. It was/still is very hurtful and for a while there, I swore off white guys because I was concerned all white men have this fear, and I would not be a relationship with a guy that allowed what his family thought preclude him from what he wanted. There still is no happy ending with me yet finding someone, as I am still very single. But I live my life and do what makes me happy. I am resigned to this and accept that it may be possible I may not meet any white man of quality that is brave enough to engage in an interracial LTR, and if so, its their loss. I will be happy. But don't get me wrong, I still am very attracted to white men, but I am not pursuing in anything with a white guy, because I have lost faith that there is the right white guy for me. I guess the only way I will get involved with a white guy is if he and I are very compatible, he is ready for an interracial relationship and has the courage to step out with a very attractive and successful African American woman and don't give a damn what his family and friends think. A white man with confidence, not arrogance, is very attractive to me.