The argument, as some have posited, is that most African women are bad at sex. And of course, there is the rejection of the familiar.
Americans are wont to say “Been there…done that.” Africans are wont to say it, too -- especially when it comes to African women.
To be clear: this essay does not make any scientific statement or conclusion.
I have only taken the liberty to make inferences from my years of cursory observations in and around several enclaves across the United States.
Their argument goes like this: “for years and years I dealt with Africans women; well, now that I am in America, why should I deal with them again?
” As my cousin, Raphael Harry puts it, “…now they are in a foreign land they need to try something else and some ended up loving what they tasted and never went back....
In the movies and in magazines, most white women are depicted as sensual, sexual and alluring; and as creatures to be taken.
These images, and the messages they send have not escaped the mind of a typical African male. S, all he wants is what he has for so long desired.
This number is stunning especially considering the fact that until forty-four years ago, interracial liaisons were unlawful in 16 or so states.
And even in states were they were not proscribed, they were frowned upon.
At the very least, such relationships and encounters conflicted with the social mores of several enclaves. Virginia, knocked down the Virginia law that forbade whites from marrying blacks.