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I recently came across a Facebook post asking Black people what they thought of a cartoon image depicting a Black woman in a relationship with a white man. Even though I, personally, generally don't care about Black people dating outside of the race, I, as a Black women, ABSOLUTELY saw where many of those people were coming from.

Initially, I thought it weird that someone would even ask a question like that, but after sifting through the comments, and I mean COMMENTS, it was clear that many people really did have thought-out and serious opinions about it. I imagine that if you were to ask a random Black person what they thought about interracial relationships in general, they’d say they were indifferent, but I think we’ve all noticed the *humpf* Black women often make when they come across a Black man in a relationship with a woman outside of his race.

Recently, I have even seen her described online as a bed wench and a mule. S, the Negro bed wench was a Black woman on a plantation whose primary function was to sleep with the white massa. And because of the favorability she received, this woman would generally feel superior to the other women on the plantation.

Often times, in exchange for her sexual acts, the massa would treat her more favorably than the other female slaves--exemption from working in the fields, for example. Today, the term is generally used to describe behaviors one would associate with that of a female “Uncle Tom.” And the "act" of being a Black woman in a relationship with a white man is seen as something someone complicit in the expansion of white supremacy would do.

I'd imagine the great majority of interracial unions are solely based on true love because I couldn't imagine a relationship lasting on anything less than that, but even so, there are still stigmas in the Black community that we have placed on ourselves and interracial relationships.

Now, the question that I don't know the answer to is, is it up to us to change how we view these relationships or will those stigmas wither away when we no longer live under the cloud of white supremacy?

I myself have heard a great many times from Black men especially some variation of the statement, "I want a daughter with good hair," meaning of course,"I refuse to date a Black woman, because I don't want my daughter to have hair line mine." Statements like that also include the fact that many Black men want lighter skinned children because they perceive dark skin as unattractive.

" Many Black women can't help to think feel as though a great number of Black men choose to date outside of his race for superficial reasons.And not just ugly, but uneducated, disgusting, and inferior.Tiya Miles, a writer for the Huff Post suggests that for many Black men, the white woman less of a partner and equal, but more of a big, shiny prize.What’s with the double standard and the disconnect?Actress and talk show host Tamera Mowry-Housley has openly spoken out about the criticism she faces as the wife of a white man.

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