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Another reason is that people tend to gravitate to familiarity.
If a white man is looking around the room at a social function, he may be more likely to approach a white woman who he feels he may share more things in common.
I have my own unique experiences and some of them include having dated women who are white, but because interracial dating is such a historically tense and loaded subject, it's hardly ever looked at with any understanding or compassion for the people personally involved.
If you know that the race of the person you date is going to cause friction between you and some of the people most dear to you, it's a lot easier to "comply" with their wishes and expectations of you.
I'm not saying that this is ok, but many people want their parents' approval and support and go the route of least resistance.
For these types of people it could be intimidating to engage with the "unknown."Clearly this just applies to "some" white men, as the question asks.
There certainly are some more open minded people out there as well.
This could include parents, friends, business colleagues, and strangers on the street.
I can think of a few friends, not necessarily with the same exact mixed race profile mentioned in this question, who kept their relationship secret from parents whom they knew would not approve.