There was one woman who said she'd pick the Black man and just do everything needed on her own. Why take on the responsibility of an additional person who doesn't bring anything of value to your life just to say you have a Black man with you? ) Black women feel obligated to Black men for what I believe to be the wrong reasons.
Those who are fearful of stepping out of their comfort zone to date men of other races when the opportunity was presented, but refused to, may not just be adhering to a 'preference' for Black men.
I am sure they are friendly to each other, but outside of Greek life I do not notice many Hispanics and blacks with relationships as close.
That could just be because there are so few of us compared to other races.
I asked Black women who are married, single, divorced and dating this question: You're being sent to a habitable planet and you're now 'Eve'.
You get to take one man, 'Adam', with you to start a new civilization.
This is something that I have grown use to this last year with my boyfriend.
The school I attend, The University of Texas at Dallas, is very diverse but has a small Hispanic and African-American population.
Why don't we think about our survival and who is best to help us "exist"?
Why don't we think about what skills or traits a man has other than being Black, or even attractive, when deciding who we'll spend our time with?