Ever heard men say “I love black women” and wondered what makes black women so special? While some say black men don’t want to date black women, I’m here to set the record straight and even asked some men to help me. Although they may not be so vocal about it, black men have good reasons why they like black women. To know what these are, check out this list. You’re going to love it, for sure!
Why I Love Black Women | 5 Traits Black Men Love
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1. Your Curves
The brothers told me they love your hips, lips, and fingertips! In fact, a 50-year-old bachelor confessed that many people assume he wants a Caucasian woman because of where he lives. “I want a sister!” he told me, emphatically. “And I don’t want a skinny woman either. I want a woman with curves.”
2. Your Independence
Men love a woman who is secure in herself but can still show a man that she needs and wants him in her life.
3. Your Confidence
One bachelor told me that he finds a woman with strong confidence “intriguing.” He loves a sister who knows her purpose and who can wear any outfit flawlessly, no matter her size.
4. Your Strength
A man needs a safe place to take off their Superman cape and reveal their insecurities. They find that security in black women. One man put it this way: “I love the strength and support that our sisters provide. When a strong sister has your back, there is no mountain that a brother cannot climb!!!!”
5. Your Vulnerability
The guys told me they appreciate a woman who will tell the “raw truth,” even if she’s afraid of how her man might respond. They told me they want to know what you need to be happy in a relationship, and they want you to speak your truth.
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Men have different reasons for saying “I love black women” but these five traits are some of the top ones that really make them go crazy for us. Some of the other things men love about sisters include your natural hairstyles, your intelligence, and your classiness! Sisters, you are flawless and attractive!
BMWK family, what do you love about black women? We want to know in the comments section below!
Editor’s Note – This post was originally published on March 4, 2015, and has been updated for quality and relevancy.