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As one who is currently going through a divorce with an African-American woman and who was emotionally and physically abandoned, cheated on, and financially scammed, I can assure you all that African-American women are no different than any other American woman, maybe worse.
In fact, of the very few relationships (non-African-American) I've been in, my one with my black ex-wife has been THE WORST. I am attracted to black women, but not U.S. black women, just as I am attracted to many other races that are not Americanized or don't live in the U.S.
I think it's safe to conclude that you should avoid ALL AMERICAN WOMEN. If they've imbibed the feminist ideology here (which most have) and have lived in this country for a certain number of years, don't date them or attempt to have a relationship with them. Doesn't matter what their skin color is or background is. Do not fall for them!
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I too have noticed major attitude problems with the black girls in the various schools I have been in. Not to put anyone down or anything, but around 95% of the ones I have came across - even older ones - have had terrible attitudes. They would yell and scream a lot and basically act like they were still kids even into their 40s and 50s. They also seem to have had the attitude that they are always entitled to everything - as if they didn't have to earn what they want in life. The attitudes some of these women had were worse than the rest of the American women I met in my life.
I never found many black women attractive (not my type) but would certainly consider them for dating if they acted more civilised. I understand that there are many classy black women out there, especially outside the US, and I am only speaking for what I have came across.
I always wonder why didn't other black culture spread & be exported like jazz or something. Why did it have to be 'gangsta rap'/hip-hop? What is so 'cool' about Ebonics?