The daily thought for today is: Black women in Sacramento
The exploitation of women in the United States is a problem but specific to Black women in Sacramento, it is really bad.
The majority of Black men in Sacramento have a bias against dating Black women, instead of being sincere with them, they use them for sex and whatever else they can milk them for.
Many Black women in Sacramento say that it does not bother them because men from other races adore them. Sacramento Black women say that men who are not Black treat them the way they want to be treated; They take them out on real dates, wine them, dine them and have the patience to allow them to set the pace in the relationship.
Many Black men cannot pin-point exactly what it is that they do not like about women in their race but that they just do not like dating them.
What does this bias create?
This preference for Black men to prefer non-Black women creates a divide in the Black community as a whole. The Black family system is on thin ice because of it. This bias also creates a false sense of “better-ness” amongst non-Black women towards Black women.
Non Black women, in the Sacramento region, know that Black men prefer them and they feel a sense of empowerment because of it. Non Black women presume that the majority of Black women envy them.Why?
Black women who were asked how they felt when they saw a Black man dating a non-Black woman, to a larger majority, said that they did not really feel anything. Black women claim that they feel anyone is entitled to date who they please.
In contrast Black men feel that when Black women see them with a non-Black woman they give them dirty looks and respond with rudeness.
Non-Black women claimed that they did not feel negative vibes from Black women who saw them dating Black men unless the Black man they were dating pointed it out.
A White woman in Sacramento shared that she and her sister were at the grocery store with her Black boyfriend. While in the grocery store, the woman said that a group of Black girls walked in giggling and laughing. The White woman sharing the story said that her boyfriend shared with her and her sister that the women were jealous of them, that the women were probably irritated because they could not figure out which one of them, the woman or her sister, the Black guy was dating.
The Non Black woman’s sister disagreed and said that he was just paranoid that the girls were not even laughing at them so they began to listen in on their conversation. After some time, the group concluded that the group of Black girls were laughing about one of the other girls performance at a social event they performed in.
It can be inferred that in inter-racial relationships, Black men may either feel guilty or vengeful toward Black women when they are dating non-Black women.
In my examination, it appears that a higher concentration of racism in an area has a direct correlation to the percentage of Black men who chose not to date Black women. I will conduct research to prove or disprove this hypothesis.