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June 16, 2011 / admin

Advantages of Dating/Marrying a Black Woman – #3

We’re all aware of the struggles and hurdles BW and WM have to face in dating each other (stares from strangers, insensitive friends, racist family members, et al.) So in this series we’ll look at the advantages and BENEFITS that come along with dating a Black Woman (if you’re a white man) or dating a White Man (If you’re a black woman).

If you’re a WM, you probably have heard (errmm… have you?) the term Black Don’t Crack in regard to how well many Black women age.

Everyone wants their significant other to look good – and while nature will some day take it’s course, the longer that is delayed the better, am I right? You can rest assured if you find a Black Woman who generally takes care of herself she will age well… particularly when compared to other groups of woman who are notorious for not aging so well (*My LIPS are sealed*) …. something to do with our skin and maybe some other factors?  (Feel free to chime in if you have a more scientific reason).

In the meantime, here are some prime examples of Black Women Vampires (meaning they never age) that you may be familiar with. Imagine your wife looking just as good as the day you met her, after 20 years have gone by!

Stacy Dash (It is just silly how great and YOUNG this woman looks!)

Lisa Ray


Naomi Campbell

Gabrielle Union

Angela Bassett



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  1. nikki7 / Jun 17 2011 10:48 am

    Nia Long, Regina King, Jada P. Smith, all at least 40.

    • admin / Jun 17 2011 3:44 pm

      All great examples Nikki. Totally forgot about Nia Long and Jada. I know there’s hair and makeup and lighting involved, but Jada looked great on the season premier of Hawthorne.

  2. Lucyg / Jun 17 2011 7:42 pm

    Don’t forget Chili (Rozanda) from TLC i swear she looks like shes 18..queen of the vampires lol

    • admin / Jun 17 2011 8:29 pm

      lol. Yes! How could I forget her?!

  3. Trish / Jun 18 2011 10:42 pm

    I can’t exactly find the scientific proof, but I was told it has something to do with the moisture in our skin. Caucasians tend to have moisture at the surface of their skin causing it to feel generally softer than ours (initially) ::have you ever felt the palm of a Caucasian? It’s very soft!:: However, black people tend to keep moisture way below the surface of our skin. Therefore, when a white person ages, their skin tends to dry out quickly causing the “crack” or “wrinkles”. Versus our skin, because it remains moist from deep level moisture, it allows our skin to retain its elasticity much longer.

    • admin / Jun 18 2011 11:03 pm

      I did not know that! You see, you learn something new every day 🙂

    • Lucyg / Jun 19 2011 12:56 am

  4. Zo / Jun 20 2011 11:59 am

    Wow, that is really interesting! Man though, if you ever find any articles or links that discuss it, feel free and pass them along! 🙂

    I’d nominate Bianca Lawson. Even though she’s just in her early 30’s, much like Stacey Dash (in Clueless) she is carrying on the tradition of female black actors who play hs characters. It’s one thing to look young, and quite another to be able to pull off pubescence. 😀 Here’s a clip and a pic from Pretty Little Liars:

    Thanks for the thread. 🙂

  5. G / Jun 25 2011 3:50 pm

    I just spent quite a few hours doing nothing but browsing the net reading all the comments and post about interracial dating. There is definitely strong opinions, especially when it’s on the subject of black women seeking white men. I think people feel they can post comments and say what they really want to. One thing’s for sure is we got a long way to go in race relations. The amount of ignorance is amazing. But at the same time there is no question that I’m seeing more and more interracial couples out there.

  6. helesetalks / Dec 24 2011 11:24 pm

    Appreciating Black women is great, after all I am one. But where do you draw the line between appreciation and fetish? How am to know when I’m being held up as an object of your affection or as simply an object? As a Black woman is I’m wondering why you are specifically promoting white men and Black women. Is that question answered in the F.A.Q’s?

    Well anyway, no hostility here. I mean this coming from a Black woman who sang (and thoroughly enjoyed) “Everyone’s a Little Bit Racist” because although I acknowledge that some shit is really fucked up, I can also see how stupidly sensitive we can be about it, and have a few laughs. But yeah, answer those first 2 questions please?

  7. Joseph Hutch / Apr 11 2012 2:17 pm

    I agree! Black women do age very well, moreso than any other race in my opinion. I nearly dropped to ground when I heard Stacey Dash was about 45 yrs old. She looks amazing and so do all the other women you pictured

  8. teri / Aug 28 2014 2:03 am

    A dark body is an original work of Art from God, unique. Darkness is the beginning
    and the end (Alpha and the Omega). All colors come from darkness being that black
    is a combination of all colors. This is why black is beautiful. The more melanin we
    have, the more protected we are from cancer of the skin, sun burns, sun spots and
    from aging which happens prematurely without lots of melanin. Humanity began with
    the blackest beauty. Everyone else is a recessive of her darkness.


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