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Reality is we don’t interact enough with one another.
We talked about travels and different people we had met; the conversation turned to marriage as I was obviously wearing my wedding ring; he asked if I was married to an African, I said “Yes, of course,” then he asked if my husband was a doctor. Oh well, he says quite a few African men he knows are doctors … That’s when he asked me why it is so uncommon to find African women who date or marry outside their culture, especially to African American men. I kinda agreed – African women do marry outside their race and culture, but it’s more common to find them married to Caucasian men.It was stated that those who do ask African women out are not usually looking for serious long term relationships and African ‘sistas’ out here in the diaspora are often very much aware of their ticking biological clocks; they have no time to waste playing around.Not much in common Fundamental cultural differences serve as a huge divide between both groups; they do not share the same values for the most part.Unfortunately, like Lisa said, most Africans and African Americans never really ever get pass ‘first base’.It’s our hope at Dunia Magazine to begin to bridge these divides.Here is an excerpt from her article: What is it with Kenyan women and Nigerian men? He is not like the unromantic Kenyan men who don’t text you back or return your calls. Softening you up by leading you to believe that you have found the one. He throws money at you: No man in his right mind will throw money at a woman.
What is it with those short, stocky bearded West African mohines that make Kenyan women move planets for them? He calls you ‘baby’ all the time except when he calls you ‘my queen’. It is not humanly possible for a man to be 100 per cent romantic, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. But this Nigerian is the most generous man you have ever met in your life.
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by David Miller These three women got together to talk about how much they love dating African men, particularly those from Nigeria.
But given the low degree of interaction between both communities, it’s little wonder few ever get past first base and these all important questions never even come up.”I would say, having lived in the United States for almost 10 years, I have had the opportunity to work with African Americans on a regular basis, and have gotten close to many who are now like family.
Personally, I believe that there are huge walls of ignorant stereotypes between us when we first meet, but once these begin to be broken down (which happens especially when both groups have no choice but to get along), we find that we really have a lot more in common.
The question is, are these perceptions justified or not?