Being a black woman is like being at the bottom of the barrel. Rotten food and mold collect at the bottoms of barrels.I feel like nobody wants/desires to be with dark skinned women in general and if I am the exception to the rule, I fit into the skew requirements. It's almost as if I feel dehumanized, not necessarily because of what has been done to my ancestors (my parents immigrated to the States, so I do not have ancestors that arrived during the slavery era) I'd be damned for someone (male) to prove me wrong. It's always reiterated that it's all "preference" but I cannot buy it. In Asian cultures, we do not exist, nobody wants darker skin. Koreans in particular are adamant about avoiding the sun and foundation comes in nuances of beige...In closing, what's the point of being on a planet that no one wants me on
I'm curious where you first came to this conclusion, maybe thinking back to what put this idea in your head is the answer; there's a lot of silly 'clickbait media' out there that tries to drag race into everything which is probably unhealthy to get one's worldviews from.
But truth is there are 'black women' such as Waris Dirie here who might be able to inspire you:
And just for the record, I personally prefer 'darker women', in fact, blonde hair and blue eyes IMO is the 'blandest' profile of a woman; comes across as too innocent rather than mysterious and seductive, but that's just me.