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Unfortunately many of the reasons stem from insecurity.
I think it’s important for us as black women to not miss out on opportunities just because of insecurities.
Chris Rock made the movie “Good Hair” that touched on many areas of what black women go through regarding their hair. Sure most black men hate weaves but the women I surveyed expressed how a black man would understand more because he was raised by a black woman.
Because of this, a black man knows all the changes his mother may have went through maintaining her hair. A white man on the other hand is used to naturally unenhanced straight hair that he gets to run his fingers through.
So I’ll plug in and answer this because I am an African-American and I have lived in Shanghai, China for 6 years and have spent a few semesters in Beijing.
The simple answer is “not really.” The complicated answer is “It really depends.”You pretty much have to take it country by country and culture by culture.1.) East Asian cultures tend to have a bias for pale skin and an adoration for Europeans and white people, complemented by a bias against dark skin and a very visible disdain for Africans and black people-seeing them as poor, ugly and uneducated.
We are praised for our assests by the black men who love us. In the white community this has been the complete opposite. This is naturally engrained in both African American and Caucasian people’s subconscious.White men that are very successful will usually date a woman who is as successful or at least in the same class as himself.At least then he feels as if he has something in common with her.Insecurity stems from fear and fear can stop you from attaining your blessings.At the same time, we are beautiful creatures who deserve the very best.