…”In 2008, 22 percent of all black male newlyweds married a non-black,” said Taylor.
…Only 9 percent of black women, on the other hand, married outside their race, making them the least likely of any race or gender to marry outside their race and the least likely to get married at all.
Figures show 48 percent of Black Caribbean men and 34 percent of Black Caribbean women are in mixed-race relationships.
Based on the latest census data, the study showed record highs: 26 percent of Hispanics, 31 percent of Asians, 16 percent of Blacks and nine percent of Whites all married outside their race…
If she doesn’t associate extensively with white people, don’t expect her to buck that trend in her romantic life. As I noted briefly above, your typical black American woman puts a high priority on traits like “swagger” that, more often than not, she (and American society in general) will associate with black men and assume to be absent in any white man she meets.
This can be a barrier to many relationships between black women and white men: 4 out of 6 women also said they were simply not attracted to white men.
Having already discussed the means through which black males can increase their chances of dating non-black women, I thought I would also touch on the subject of white males approaching non-white women.