Nigerian american dating


…”There were quite a few comments left, most of them by African females; unscripted, they show real undiluted thoughts that run in our community.I will summarize them into the following points: The ‘devil’ I know African women prefer to deal with the guys they know; in line with the popular saying, “I’ll rather deal with the devil I know, than an angel I don’t.”Superiority complex African American men do not often ask African women out.I am not saying this is enough to wreck a relationship, but just wanted you to know that he is Americanized in some ways and in others not.I did not read every line of your post but I fail to see the difference.



This person will actually "demonstrate" how he feels through his actions (and this is a good thing), but he is less likely to say how he feels and if he does, it will be said one time and that's it. American men typically know that hugs and affection are expected and understand that women want this---at least the ones I have dated.Earlier this year, I believe in January, a client walked into my office, his name JD (I am sure he is going to read this article).For the record, JD is an African American male and I am an African female.We are trying to adjust to each other, but sometimes, I feel like he keeps things pertaining to his culture from me because of the stereotypes out there about Black women and what he says Black Americans feel about Nigerians.

In my case, I would love to know more about his culture, and I would appreciate it and value it as much as he does.

A couple of girls felt that the African Americans tend to think that they are superior to Africans, showing less respect for them than the Caucasians who are more open to learning about different cultures.