Black women are beautiful. I love their thick, black hair and thick lips, their high cheekbones, almond-shaped eyes and the wonderful shape of their bodies. (This post is only about their outer beauty, not their inner beauty.)
Different men like different sorts of women, I know, and there are beautiful women in all races and all countries. I know that too. But for me black women are the most beautiful women in all the world.
I used to tell myself that I like all races of women equally, but it is just not true. I like certain things in women and black women are way more likely to have them.
There are three things I like in women that seem to be hard-wired into me:
- black hair
- high cheekbones
- a thick figure
That is why I think Sophia Loren is the most beautiful woman in the world. She is white, but the very things I like in her are the very things I like in black women!
East Asian women have black hair and high cheekbones, which I love, but in general they do not have much of a figure when compared to black women.
Some white women have all three, especially Latin women, but far more black women do.
White and Asian women have longer hair in general than black women. All things being equal longer hair looks better than shorter hair, but for me it is more important that it be thick and black and on that score black women have other women beat.
Black women have the best bottoms ever, one of the most beautiful things God has created. Why in the world would I want a woman without one?
And their lips and cheekbones send me over the edge.
But what I like most of all are their eyes. They can make me melt inside – or fall in love.
Their looks also hold up much better when they age or get fat.
For many dark skin makes a woman less beautiful. Not for me.
Writing about “black women are beautiful” is like writing about “the sky is blue”: both are as plain as day to me, so why talk about it? But judging from comments I get on my blog it is not as plain as day to many people.
Certainly not in North America, Europe, Brazil and India where fair-skinned women are seen as more beautiful. Even in Jamaica, where almost everyone is black. But all these places have been ruled by fair-skinned people for such a long time. That has to affect their ideas of female beauty.
One more thing: This is not a point of beauty but it does affect how certain black women appear to me. Growing up people made fun of my lips and my hair, so black women with big lips and natural hair have a special place in my heart.