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If my picture was enough to make them look at my profile then I must not be butt ugly, also I have no kids so what gives?I will not make the first move again because Im too shy and prefer traditional dating.Eh, when Ok Cupid published their statistics on race, it showed that, depressingly enough, black women experienced higher rates of rejection than other groups (regardless of who they went after, I think). Most white guys just assume we are not into stuff outside of hood/ghetto/urban/hip culture, so most of the time, like online dating they dont even view our profiles to even see if we have things in common.Im very into "nerd culture" and listen to most music including alt, soft rock, indie etc.Lastly, there is zero chance you don't know why you find them "the most attractive for some reason" (obviously you're just uncomfortable saying why).Sorry for this over-analysis but you'd be better off asking questions directly rather than distancing yourself from the question and then defending your curiosity.You have the right to be attracted to whatever you want!
You see black men with white women because black men usually go after what they want; Black women, (or women in general) kinda just stand around a guy and hope that he approaches them if they smile hard enough.
It kinda bums me out a bit, but eh, I'm sure I'll find someone eventually.
It's just kinda weird to me, that you see black guys with white women all the time, but it's rarely the other way around.
The answer depends on (1) how far your face is from western ideals of beauty, (2) your fitness/body type and just as important: (3) how well you fit into white-american culture (note that there are many types of white american culture - from low-brow to high-brow).
(Edit: The guy who was down-voted was coarse - but not entirely incorrect - as an example of culture, you are much less likely to get a white man if you use black-american vernacular.)Last, side point: You mentioned it's "kinda weird" (or actually you included "just kinda" before it to be less direct, again) that black guys are with white women "all time time" but not the other way around.