elusive saidHello guys this is my first post and I'm alittle nervous but please bear with me lol but I'm having guy troubles and it's starting to affect my self esteem. I want to meet someone to have a long term relationship but it's been quite difficult. I've tried online sites like manhunt, plenty of fish, grindr(you name it) the bars etc and I find that they don't give me the time of day. On sites like manhunt and grindr I message guys on there and they either 1. Look at my profile and don't respond 2. Exchange couple emails and stop communication 3. Some cases block me. My friends say I'm I'm a good looking man but I'm really starting to think there just saying that to make me feel better and I guess I'm ugly. So I'm hoping I can get some advice and opinions about this and you can be honest but please but respectful. And would you guys date me or see me attractive?
There is nothing wrong with you dude
. You are a normal black guy living in an abnormal world
. There is so much racism from lighter skinned guys from different cultures who have been taught to fear you
or be intimidated by you that those kind of guys you meet who you like, and connect with, can't connect with you
because they see you as superior to them. Either they are afraid that they have small penises compared to yours (which any medical doctor will tell you is a stereotype and myth as a general rule with human males. No particular ethinic group has a monopoly on big penises, lol), or they are afraid that if they let their guard down and actually get to know you as another human being, equally, and become comfortable enough with you to have sex with you that you will see them and all of their weaknesses. In either case, it has nothing to do with you.
Nature blessed you with black African beauty. Only those guys from other races who are Alphas
will be attracted to you and have the courage to approach you. To those other ethinic group Alpha guys, be they white. asian, latino, or whatever, you should love them back appropriately
because they will be worth your black African passion, affection, and attention. I speak from experience dude. Trust me. I hope that this helps answer your question a little.[/i][/u][/i][/i][/i][/i][/i]