The statistics say that black men are far more likely to marry a white women than black women, who seem far more concerned with perpetuating the race with black men.I think sistas have, between us, not forgotten what white folks have done to us as a people.It should be a big deal for you that blacks treat whites better than they treat blacks. You said: But have you considered blacks who live in places where there are virtually no black women?I know Congolese people in Germany who are only married to other Congolese.In Uganda, Rastas or ‘Rasta lookalikes’ symbolise non-conformism. – we come from societies where self-expression through your personal image is quite normal, encouraged even. Rasta refers (incorrectly) to “any person having dreadlocks.” “True Rastafarians believe that Ethiopia’s Emperor Haile Selassie a.k.a. Rastafarianism is a common religion amongst black Jamaicans and deeply rooted in African culture.Rastas eat a diet of vegetables, fruit and fish and keep their bodies, mind and soul healthy by staying active in global issues.I was having a conversation yesterday with a Rasta brotha and he said black females dont want to commit to the Rastafari belief and cultural lifestyle, he say black women dont challenge him on the domestic front, he is getting tired of their mentality bla bla... Bob Marly himself was so nice and so sweet to white women.
At the time it never occurred to me he fitted into that category. In a (mostly) conservative country like Uganda, you’re often judged on your appearance.Of course, not all Rasta males have white mates, but you agree with me MOST Rasta men who sleep with white women esteem these women, the question then becomes to who do their hold their alliance? You said: Generally speaking, and speaking from my own personal experience, Ive had no major problem with it and its personally not for me to judge.To me the black Rastas, who are supposed to build the black race, should care that other black people prefer white people to other black people.If you don’t fit in with the status quo, people are going to comment.Perhaps that’s why I like the Rasta look on some men: I like a man who’s not afraid to stand up for himself when challenged.