I have family that are mixed couples and are in Birmingham and all are Black men with white females... If you are driving downtown at 2am as a black male with a white female in the car you will get pulled over!!! If you want to date or know where to meet that's an easy one.Downtown Southside is a melting Pot where all of my family met each other oh and in Homewood... I dated and married my wife, a white woman here in Birmingham. We have good friends here in Huntsville that are a black woman/white man.yeah some black women can get an attitude, but don't over exaggerate, myself for instance, i don't treat them any different.white women have done the same to me, rolling eyes, sarcastic remarks, but i don't assume all white women are this way...Some forums can only be seen by registered members.After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads.I know of several situations where when it was discovered that a white woman was married, dated, or had black kids, her white supervisors/manangers made her job a living hell.
When I lived in the dorm at UAB a young white girl got engaged to a very respectable black guy. She was VERY hurt and angered about how people was treating her.I would say 95% of the time most people pay us no special attention and we've never experienced any overt forms of predjudicial treatment, bigotry, or racism. She says the same thing, black women are the worse about the stares and disapproving looks and they don't even try to be subtle about it.I think if there's any group of people I could single out that give me/us the most stares or disapproving looks it would be from black women. She said the worst are the members of her own family.I only date white men and when we are out we get the stares of confusion.When dinning the server assumes that we are coworkers and always bring 2 tickets.the environment was oppressive to say the least, hostile looks, bewilderment, or sarcastic remarks from people about the guy.