As a single black American male with personal preference for the darker woman, I would beg to differ.
As one who traveled to nine Latin-American countries, and lived and worked among Latinos in the U. What she and so many people overlook is that the so-called “Latina look” is just another stereotype portrayed by the media.
I don't look at "race" when meeting women but after reading how they only pretty much date white guys I became a bit discouraged.
However, I reminded this youngster that, like any other ethnic group, Latin-American people are not a monolithic group of people you can paint with the same brush.
Whenever I meet someone new, I get asked the same questions about being Latina. ”“I've heard that Latinos eat beans and rice with everything. ”OK, not all foods in Latin countries are the same.
It's pretty rare to find a Guatemalan American, and the conversations usually go a little something like this:“Are the tacos and empanadas different in your country? People keep thinking all Latinos are like Mexicans, which we aren't.
Fun fact: A traditional dish in Guatemala is tostadas.
They are fried tortillas with refried beans, veggies and shredded cheese on top.
It's a rich, loving one that you don't want to miss out on.
Well after learning about how latin Americans worship white people, I wondered how they feel about African American guys.
I added that he needs to check with the individual Latina in whom he may have an interest.