Dating latin american men
I have spoken about Latinxs extensively over the past 2 weeks on FB and have commented on a few of your posts. A little background about me so you can contextualize my perspective. My mother is black and my father is a non blk Colombian.I’m engaged to a Latino man who is 1/2 Mexican and 1/2 Spainiard. I attached a photo of myself for context so you can see I understand this subject quite well from all sides. He let the cat out of the bag and any Latinx in this country who says they’ve never had a family member express similar sentiments is either lying or comes from a rare unicorn family. I was told that my fiancées mother cried when she found out her son was dating a black girl.My theory is GL realized he told the joke in “mixed company” and knew it wasn’t supposed to get out. She asked his family in Mexico to call him and talk sense into him.We’ve been together 6 years now and his mom admits she was not happy at all. Comparing men of other races (dated most) I find Latinos most open to dating and marrying bw. The moms don’t like it but worship their sons and want them happy.
In a nutshell- it’s the Latinas that don’t want their sons with black women. My fiancés family loves me and would be devastated if we broke up. Latino men are passionate, sexy, family oriented, great dancers (important to me lol) and take pride in providing. Issue 3) Current immigration problems with POC and their prior relationship to bp.
The fathers don’t want their daughter with bm but don’t mind bw with their sons. They see the status of bp in this country and assume they have a fighting chance if they can distance themselves. BW should not let GL’s outburst scare them away from Latinos who show interest. Subconsciously he had no fear of getting away with it. He would have never addressed a Latina or WW that way. GL has been around enough bm comedians to absorb what they think about bw. Definitely not bm, not Latinos who love bw, not Latinas (lol as if), nobody. I didn’t agree with some comments you made about immigration and how these groups are learning how it feels to be in our shoes.