One time I memorized a whole Hebrew pop song just to impress this Israeli guy," he said to me with eyes the size of my grandma's matzoh balls.
He started singing and I envisioned my Hebrew school teacher Mr. I asked him what he likes about Jewish guys and the answer, of course, didn't surprise me: "Oh, it's their beards for sure.
And there was, “I’m looking for a queen to make me her pawn.” and “I love your hips and thighs, they go so well with that chocolate skin.” Oh really, sir?
These things can’t be made up, their actual things White men have either said to or messaged to me, and those are the mild ones.
My parents hated my future husband because his skin was too dark.
They hated him because he is black At the end of August, my husband and I will celebrate 12 years of marriage, but the years leading up to the so-called happiest day of my life were the most challenging years I’ve ever been through.
I have dated a few Caucasian and Asian men, and one person from the Middle East.
Every one of these encounters ended immediately after they realized that I was expecting more than a sexual relationship (I usually ended it).
" Not including the annoying drunk guy -- why won't non-black men approach me if there is physical interest? However, I've always been open to dating men outside of my race.
Here’s the thing: I never ever planned marry a black man.
My family was the only Asian-American family in our small, rural town in the south.
But over the last year or so I’ve discovered no one takes the cake quite like White boys.
“I love you’re dominant look,” one non-pigmented man said to me.