The Top 5 Reasons Why I PREFER Black Women by Nova Giovanni
Posted by on Jul 27, 2012

Hello, loyal reader. Before I begin this list, I’d like to state the fact that it is possible to like one thing without disliking the other and I am fully capable of this feat. Therefore, my reasons for preferring Black women in no way automatically means I dislike women of other races.

 

The following is only five of MANY reasons why I (Nova Giovanni) prefer to date Black women. I’m sure there are a lot of men who share the very same sentiments:

 

1. A Black Woman Can Relate to “The Black Experience:  As a Black man, there are certain things we experience that other races don’t. Even our thinking is different, and a Black woman can relate to it. If I’m driving and a police car is behind me, I get nervous. A Black woman won’t ask a seemingly (to me) dumb question like, “why do the police make you nervous if you aren’t breaking the law?

 

2. Black Women Season Their Food: Most Black women season their food in a way that is pleasing to my taste buds. Before you accuse me of perpetuating a stereotype, remember that there is a bit of truth sprinkled in most stereotypes (sprinkle, seasoning – you see what I did there? Lol).  Furthermore, coming from a multicultural family, I’ve seen this stereotype proven true time and time again. Put a blindfold on me, sit me at a cookout table, and witness me taste the difference between my White aunt’s and my Black aunt’s potato salad.

 

3. Black Women Have Brown Nipples: I prefer brown nipples (remember, this article is about my preferences). Pink nipples remind me of pepperonis. I hate pork!!! Enough said.

 

4. I Love Black women’s Hair: I love it all, ever texture and length. I love every kink, curl, and hue. Even if it is weave. You paid for it, lady. Mix and match it, glue and stitch it, show off your arts and crafts skills. Show the world you creativity has no limitations, Black woman!

 

5. I Love a Black Woman’s Strength: Going back and reiterating the point made in the foreword, this doesn’t mean women of other races aren’t strong. However, Black women emit a different kind of strength. Turning on the television, logging onto the internet, or opening a magazine and seeing that the world isn’t playing fair when it comes to you is enough to hurt the average person’s self-esteem. Not a Black woman though. Most of the Black women media broadcasts is the image of an obnoxious, lazy, and/or dumbed down woman. In my personal life, I know and have dated way more professional, intelligent, and career having Black women than what popular culture depicts. I’m not even going to speak in depth about the slew of Black men who attempt to make Black women feel uncomfortable in their own skin (that would be a whole separate article.) Brothers, we can prefer to date outside of our race without attempting to hurt the egos of Black women in the process. Nova Knows.

 

I Love You (even if you’re not Black),

Nova Giovanni

 

Nova Giovanni is owner and head writer at www.NovaGiovanni.com and also the author of the underground classic “Ramen Noodle Soup for the Soul”, available at www.NovaGiovanni.com/bookfor only $2.99

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9 Comments »

  1. avatar

    i agree keep up the good work every body not going to peace out

  2. avatar

    lovely sentiments especially the wit and understanding. how i know a black man with another woman hss his own personal issues is when he can’t or won’t make eye contact with me assuming i might have a problem with his choice. little does he know this black woman has never wanted or liked anyone who did not want or like me. of course, we don’t always know at first; anyone can be fooled. but once i get the real you, if it’s not pro-black woman, i’m out the door baby! gone!! that rage, that shame, that guilty look: that right there lets me know you are uncomfortable with yourself, with your own blackness and mine. scared of your shadow which you imagine to be me. love is never scared. with any man i have to know as a woman that you will stand up for me and with me, if needed. if you are afraid of what others think or say about your choice, where that leaves me is thrown under the bus! that is no joke in societies where women are under-rated and/or blacks are under siege. thanks for a charming five reasons!

  3. avatar

    Beautiful, enough said.

  4. avatar

    Oh You Have Melted my Heart Nova! Love and Kisses back to you! :-)

  5. avatar

    We love you too, booboo <3

  6. avatar

    Nova Knows!!

  7. avatar

    Thank you my brother.

  8. avatar

    Nice unifying article. Gave me and my brother a chuckle ;)

  9. avatar

    Thank you. Everyone wants to know they’re appreciated and valued. This really made me smile.

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