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A large proportion of men also said that black women’s dress sense also made them attractive candidates.To gain a deeper understanding of whether Italian men really do love black women, we chatted online with several of our users that are currently or have previously dated black women. Many of the men stated that they love how black women are straight talking and confident.As a painfully self-conscious biracial woman, I had struggled to date at an Ivy League school, and studying abroad was as much an escape as it was a necessary academic endeavor for an international relations major.But I am also a European Union citizen, born in Hungary to a Hungarian mother and Nigerian father, and my optimism was tempered by the reality of my experiences living and traveling in Europe, experiences that taught me I was both Other and object.Whilst collecting data, our expert team of matchmakers ran a search to see which of our clients are most compatible with each other by matching their preferred ideal partner characteristics.Interestingly, the results revealed that our black women users mostly met the characteristics that Italian men looked for in a date.Kim Butler, a data editor from California who moved to Germany in 2011, pushed back on the argument that Europe is a solution to black female singlehood on her blog last year.
Another of our clients said ‘As an Italian man, I really look for women that are passionate and affectionate.
I’m currently dating a black women and she ticks all the right boxes for me’.
These responses strengthen the truth of the suggestion that Italian men like black women.
We asked this question to thousands of our users and the responses were interesting.
When our clients were asked what made black women most appealing, the top responses was their dominant personalities, good looks and sense of humour.The video is a defense of the company — directed at "haters" who have criticized Black Girl Travel for encouraging black women to date men in other countries."The heart of what we do is about empowering African-American women with options," says Fleacé Weaver, founder of Black Girl Travel, in the clip."I have done a lot of research and talked to a lot of women in this country, and what I'm hearing is: You can't find dates, you can't find mates, you can't find husbands."Weaver, a statuesque black woman flanked by two chic employees on either side, is all long lithe limbs and wavy hair. "What you gotta do is open your mind." Weaver's not alone in her exhortation to black American women."Once those images are posted and once they're permeating society, then a certain kind of picture is presented and reinforced about who black women should be with," Tiya Miles told me over the phone.