Women dating black women
The more my game level improved, the less attractive they became. There’s a laundry list of reasons my attraction to black women has dwindled over the course of my crimson capsule evolution and I could probably write a five-part series on it.
An obvious benefit of having lived in all four corners of the U. is the opportunity to meet and date many different kinds of women.I use the word “different” loosely because the older I got, the more I realized that from sea to shining sea, American women are pretty much the same, though it took me until about five years ago to accept it.Location and upbringing creates a few differences between them, but by and large, chicks that are born and raised in the states are clones as far as sexual interaction goes.However, the element that makes more of an impact than others is race.For example, in my experience white girls tend to be much more sexually open and experimental (they do it ), Latinas are fiery, passionate, and embrace their femininity more than most, and aesthetically speaking Asian women are among the thinnest across the board.Most people who are honest with themselves know that black women have the lowest SMV of any female in the western hemisphere and maybe even the world.
Plenty of men out there have a taste for them but the cruel reality of natural selection all but weeds them out of just about every pool of men with options.
I’ve dated my fair share of black girls, but after I became unplugged I find that I rarely game them unless they are an exquisite specimen, and even then I tread very carefully. It was just a natural progression in my development.
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Donovan is a sexist son of a bitch who objectifies women by keeping them on their toes, their backs, and their knees where they belong. Before I was 18 I’d lived in nine different states and had been to many more.
As a military kid, I was fortunate to live a lot of different places at a young age.
After college I continued my nomad-like existence before finally settling down on the west coast.