The concept of acting ghetto can apply to any race and not every black woman acts “ghetto.” The notion that many black men choose to date outside of their race because they feel as though women of other races are less controlling is a stereotype.
The truth of the matter is, young black women uphold their men to a certain standard and the reason black men do not want to date them is because they do not want to be held to those standards.
They wish to do whatever they want and not have to take responsibility for their actions.
The study comes as the new movie “Loving” is set to debut in theaters in November.
The film chronicles the story of Virginia couple Mildred and Richard Loving, whose illegal mixed-race marriage led to the landmark decision by the U. Supreme Court in 1967 to legalize interracial marriages nationwide.
Skinner said the students at the Midwestern university may not be representative of the entire nation, but she added that their feelings are “probably not exclusively a Nebraska thing.” About 1 in 8 people who married in 2013 tied the knot with someone of a different race, according to a Pew analysis of American Community Survey data.
That’s about 12 percent, nearly double the share in 1980 when it was 6.7 percent.
As part of a longer survey, participants were also asked to rate on a scale of 1 to 100 how disgusted they felt about a black man in a romantic relationship with a white woman, or a white man in a relationship with a black woman.
Participants were also asked whether they would date, marry or have a child with a black person.
It is widely believed that black women have more attitude than women of other races, but that is a cultural opinion based on the fact that black women are known to be very opinionated on matters that concern them.