Puerto ricans dating black women

But I would only feel that way if their curiosities came with unwanted gawking or groping, and rude gestures. Though one waiter in a Mexican-style restaurant looked like he was about two seconds away from grabbing my hair after he mentioned how nice my braids were, but I think my what-is-this-fool-about-to-do stare let him know to keep his hands to himself.

So, my experience with race relations in Puerto Rico was luckily nowhere near what I expected.

i HAVE DATE EACH RACE WELL WHITE BLACK AND HISPANIC BUT NONE COMPARE TO PUERTO RICANS...

MISS MY PAPITO:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup: All this time I thought it was just me.

I wasn’t surprised based on what I’d heard before, but it definitely made me apprehensive towards the trip I was about to take.

My mindset going into my vacation was to expect the worst so that I wouldn’t be caught off guard.

I love my Boricuan men (especially the ones from New York...damn)!

I am curious to know more about this combination since I have fallen madly in love with my Puerto Rican Prince. :) I am curious to know more about this combination since I have fallen madly in love with my Puerto Rican Prince.

I am a black female and he is also younger than me. I heard that Black women and Puerto Rican men are a fierce combination. I don't know if it's because he's young, or Rican, or incarcerated, or because he's a Scorpio, whatever the deal, he sets my soul on fire!!!!!!!!!!!!!! welcome to PTO first of all..i have to agree, black women and puerto rican (hispanic) men make a fierce combination darlin! Nah, I dont know because I am dominican/puertorican and i only date black men :thumbsup:. I am a black female and he is also younger than me. I heard that Black women and Puerto Rican men are a fierce combination. I don't know if it's because he's young, or Rican, or incarcerated, or because he's a Scorpio, whatever the deal, he sets my soul on fire!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I learned my lesson after traveling to Italy and assumed that I’d find myself caught up in some beautiful European love story only to be greeted with racial slurs, ignorance, and contempt. From the moment I stepped off the plane, I was ready for someone to say something I didn’t like, favor my fairer skinned friend over me (a dark-skinned woman), or completely ignore my existence.

I can say now, that after six days traveling around the Island, I didn’t experience any of that (at least not blatantly).

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