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Posted on 03/28/2011

Title:Seeking an interesting discussion with black women

I came across a link to the Justice Department 2005 statistics (the latest year that these statistics are available) on crime that is broken down into different categories. The info it provides is both mind boggling AND an interesting topic of discussion.

……In Table 42, entitled “Personal crimes of violence, 2005, percent distribution of single-offender victimizations, based on race of victims, by type of crime and perceived race of offender,” there were 111,590 white victims and 36,620 black victims of rape or sexual assault in 2005. In the 111,590 cases in which the victim of rape or sexual assault was white, 44.5 percent of the offenders were white, and 33.6 percent of the offe nders were black. In the 36,620 cases in which the victim of rape or sexual assault was black, 100 percent of the offenders were black, and 0.0 percent of the offenders were white. The table explains that 0.0 percent means that there were under 10 incidents nationally.

I didnt post this out of any attempt to make black men look bad. What was startling was the fact that there are no white men (nor any other race of men) being reported as either raping or sexually assaulting black women. Asian and Hispanic women are victims of rapes by all races of men (according to the Justice Department statistics).I recognize that no woman desires to be really raped by someone they dont want to be with. What I am curious about is how do black women feel about the fact that no other race of man wants to rape them? I know, that is a hell of a question to ask, lol. Sure, it’s a good thing that black women dont have to worry about a significant portion of the male society raping them. However, is this lack of desire of non-black men to rape black women…..also indicative of how non-black men desire and value black women in general?
Sure, we know that for a variety of reasons, white women have been put on a pedestal when it comes to who men of all races desire to be with the most. And yes, white women know this and benefit from knowing this. However, there are also “drawbacks” to being desired and valued. It brings out the negative desires that men of all races have.

This issue is bigger than just rape. I have read several articles on how black women (especially educated, successful black women) have a hard time finding men to date and eventually marry. Why is that? Do black women only want to be with black men….or…..are black women in general limited to black men because non-black men who are willing to date interracially overwhelmingly choose to date Asian and Hispanic women?

If you have it in you to want to discuss and chat about this, then feel free to reply.-End


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