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How To Talk To A Black Girl You Like [Sisters, Share This With Men]

How To Talk To A Black Girl You Like - Sisters, Share This With Men

My sisters, please share this guide with all men you meet! It’s time for them to realize we are not unapproachable and are as open to talking to people as much as women of any other race. 🙂

Men, today we are going to look at how to talk to a black girl you like. I know from experience there are guys out there who fancy black women but don’t feel they are able to tell them how they feel. This could be for a number of reasons, many of which shouldn’t hold you back from pursuing the person you like.

So read on below for tips on talking to that black beauty… I hope you get your woman!

1. Remember, Black Or Not, We Are All Human

African American women are all the same as every other race First of all, you need to remember we are all human. There is no reason why you should feel talking to black girls is different from talking to girls of any other race.

Where you grow up, your culture and other things do of course all have an impact on the person you become. That said, everyone is different. Just because of a women’s skin color it doesn’t mean they are going to have a set personality. Some will be open to talking to you, others won’t. But a woman being black isn’t reason enough for them not to talk to you.

Don’t look at black girls as women who are harder to talk to, because the truth is they aren’t.

2. Be Genuine If You Really Like Her

Be genuine when talking to a black womanOne of the most attractive qualities guy can have is them being genuine. We’ve all been there; meeting someone who seems like one thing at first, but down the line we find out they’re someone else entirely.

Usually, a genuine personality stands out. Forget the pickup lines, forget putting on a front. Be true to who you are, and if you have a personality that matches the girl you like, they will be open to talking to you.

3. Don’t Fear Rejection From Black Girls You Like

Black girls are human so dont fear rejectionNow I’ll be honest with you, not every black girl you like and approach is going to be interested in you. But that’s to be expected right? After all, is every white girl you approach interested in you? What about every Chinese girl? Or every Indian girl?

The truth is, regardless of whether you talk to a black girl or a girl of another race, you are going to get rejected a percentage of the time. This is because not everyone is everyone else’s taste.

You may get rejected because you’re physically not their type, because you approached them wrong, or because any other 1000+ reasons. That said, don’t let that demotivate you. Approach enough black girls and eventually you will find some who are also interested in you. From there you can find that special one over time.

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  1. Hello My Name is Danny Thomas, Im a 16 year old Black male in high school, there is this black girl I have a crush on. I’m really nervous to talk to any kind of attractive female in general, but yet I still say to myself i’m going to ask her to be my girlfriend but I always get too nervous.

    I have an EXTREME fear of rejection and I don’t know how to deal with it. And here’s where it gets a little confusing, she sometimes looks at me in class and that gets me really hopeful but when my friend told her this boy named Danny likes you she wanted to know who it was. When she found out I was Danny she smiled but told my friend she is about to go to class so that kind of hurt a little bit.

    But now that she knows I like her, she sometimes looks at me in class. I’m VERY confused because she told my friend she is about to go to class when she saw I was Danny but she is looking at me in class I don’t know what to do. I want to talk to her but I feel like i’m just over thinking it whenever she looks at me.

    Please tell me what to do and how to do it thank you very much.

    1. Hi Danny. The best way to tell if she likes you is by going up to her and talking to her. She probably did have class, that doesn’t mean she doesn’t want to talk to you.

      If you go and ask her about something related to class or a comment on her (something nice of course) you’ll be able to get talking from there. Either she talks back and you can get to know each other, or she lets your know she’s not into you like that and you’ll be able to focus on other girls instead.

      But as she keeps looking at you and smiling that’s a good sign. Good luck.

      1. Hello, my name is Jacob and I’m a white male. I’m 17 years old and there is this black girl that I have had thing for every since I saw her. She is absolutely gorgeous. The other day at school she came over to my lunch table and sat down and we started talking. I really enjoyed just having a conversation with her. I want to tell her that I like her and that I want to have a relationship with her but I just don’t know how to. I’ve always had a bad time talking to girls because I’m not very good at it. Could you possibly help me or give me some tips? Thank you.

      2. I’m an 18 year old white male. There is a black female that I’ve kinda fallen in love with. She is 19 and she said she really likes me to. I’m in training in the army and so is she. We are in a circumstance were it’s hard for us to really be together, so she is starting to push away because she doesn’t want to hurt me. I’ve already figured out a plan but she isn’t listening to it because she doesn’t want to talk about it. Any ideas on how I can get her to listen to my idea?

  2. Hello, I’m an 19 year old Arabic guy living in Frankfurt Germany. I am really attracted to black girls but the problem is every time I look at them a wall is built between us that I am not capable of breaking down. What are the best techniques to just go to her? To just stand up and talk to her. What should I say when I’m next to her? Thank you.

  3. Hello, my name is Jacob and I’m a white male. I’m 17 years old and there is this black girl that I have had thing for every since I saw her. She is absolutely gorgeous. The other day at school she came over to my lunch table and sat down and we started talking. I really enjoyed just having a conversation with her. I want to tell her that I like her and that I want to have a relationship with her but I just don’t know how to. I’ve always had a bad time talking to girls because I’m not very good at it. Could you possibly help me or give me some tips? Thank you.

  4. Hello my name is Nick and I’m a 27 year old male that is half white and half Puerto Rican. I work for the federal Government but not going to go into which agency. Anyway I have this co-worker who I think is beautiful and I like her. We talked a little bit but I would like to ask her out but I’m a little nervous about it, any suggestions?

  5. Yo, whats up Jacob. Not gonna lie I’m only 16 but here is my piece of advice if its not too late for it. 2020 has been a crazy year so why not shoot her a text on snap. Now that quarantine has calmed down, just be friendly and genuine. If you share her interests, whether it be sports, literature, music, art etc, then I don’t see a reason why it shouldn’t work. But if it turns out she doesn’t like you like that and more like a “best friend” don’t loose hope. Cliche, but its true! Good luck man hope this helps.

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