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Now Ladies, let’s sit down here and look at the situation from that old white dude’s point of view when he fancies himself your wildest fantasy come true and comes at you like he does. We’re old, our better days are behind us, we’ve got nothing to lose and if you turn us down, ya think that’s the worst thing we’ve gotta deal with that day? We’ve been through Life and we know in the grand scheme of things that relaxing our gentlemanly behavior in the hopes of some young stuff really doesn’t matter that much. Or in the case of the older white man, you’re pretty much where you’re gonna be from here on out. You say no and feel creeped out and make those icky faces as we hobble off to the next nubile Nubian Queen. So let’s put the 2 outcomes on a scale here and take into consideration that life is short and it’s getting shorter. Men are conditioned to make the move and then face the possibility of rejection. Ya know, cuz he thinks he’s the exception to the norm and all that.Not a whole lot is gonna change for ya one way or the other so why not shrug your shoulders and roll the dice on a tasty little treat? So when he rolls up on you like that, take a good long look because you are looking at a gambling man in his most pristine and purest form who is way up on his bankroll and not a lot of time left to play it off in the hopes he beats the house odds. It’s all those other guys out there who are the dirty old man, not him.Although I hate using the term, it is safe to say that my boyfriend "acts Black". I don't have to explain all of the ins and outs of Black culture to him.
Thankfully his family is pretty accepting of me; of both my age and my race.
Please, please don't take anything I say as me trying to stereotype. Also my relationship is pretty fresh and new; so I would love to hear feedback from others who have been in more long term relationships.