The White Man’s Guide To Dating Black Women

    • 3.0 • 4 Ratings
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Publisher Description

If you're a White man interested in dating Black women, this book shows you how to make it happen. Learn about how Black women think, what they like and don't like to see in White men, and where and how to go about initiating relationships with Black women. Find out how to cope with public reaction to interracial couples, and learn how to counteract the psychological inhibitions that can hold you back from getting involved. Learn about the true nature of the opposition to interracial relationships and get started meeting and dating Black women. Find out what works and get involved.This second edition includes the complete text of the first edition together with a new chapter about racism on the street.

Table Of Contents

Chapter One
Your Taste For Black Women

Chapter Two
Individuality And Interracial Relationships

Chapter Three
Coping With Public Reaction

Chapter Four
Understanding The Opposition To Interracial Relationships, Part I

Chapter Five
Understanding The Opposition To Interracial Relationships, Part II

Chapter Six
Understanding The Opposition To Interracial Relationships, Part III

Chapter Seven
Racism On The Street

Chapter Eight
Getting Ready To Meet Black Women

Chapter Nine
Meeting And Dating Black Women

Health, Mind & Body
April 2
Adam White
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

HastaManzana ,

The last few chapters are the best

Full disclosure: I'm a black woman who dates interracially and was curious about this book, so I spent 3 hrs reading it from cover to cover. I would've liked to give it a better rating, but it's a very poorly written (or poorly edited) book. The idea is great, to give white men who have never dated a black woman a guide about how to do it. But there are many problems with the content. Off the top of my head, I'll give five: 1) the author gives a lot of information that sounds statistical but cites no sources; 2) there are an extremely high number of grammatical and typographic errors; 3) there are many repetitions of many phrases and clichés;
4) the author misuses the literary symbol of the scarlet letter (an imposed sign meant to publicly shame the victim) in his parallel with public interracial dating; and
5) the author appears to have an ax or two to grind between Chapters 2-6; the tone of those chapters leaves the realm of professional/sociological advice to just plain insults, including name-calling.
For me, the last few chapters are the most helpful and the best written. Although I believe his book is filled with generalizations that he did not excuse by prefacing them all with some black women or some black men (there are quite a few statements that simply begin "black women think.."), and he left a few types of white men and black women out, I think it's the only book of it's kind, is necessary, and fills a void. Perhaps his 3rd edition should be published by a company with better editors. I suggest he add to his book a chapter about those who live in small rural towns, both black and white, whose social class and education makes it difficult to find an eligible equal, to help the white men and black women find each other.

Denver5o ,

Meeting, not dating

This book is intelligent and limited. It gives some good background to interracial dating, and discusses sociological obstacles to the same. However, it doesn’t really fulfill the title of the book, in that its practical chapters deal solely with how to meet black women, not how to date them. I have already met a lovely black lady, and was hoping for more insight into the latter.

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