Monday, January 21, 2008

My Books About Interracial Dating For White Men And Black Women


I am Adam White, the author of how-to books about interracial dating that show White men and Black women how to seek out, meet and get involved with each other. The books are based on my own experiences dating Black women, things that others have told me about their interracial dating experiences and relationships, and social sciences research. My books are:
The Interracial Dating Book for Black Women Who Want to Date White Men
(Second Edition) 2011)

Trade PaperBack Edition:

This second edition (2011) includes the complete text of the first edition (1999) together with a new chapter about racism on the street, 94,000 words total, trade paperback original format, 6 x 9. is part of It will take a few weeks for the first chapter sample of this second edition to pop up in the Amazon "Look Inside" feature, so you can still look at the first chapter sample at the Amazon site for the Kindle e-book edition before then at: or

"Black women can bypass the shortage of Black men by dating White men. This book shows how to clear out your old social conditioning and inhibitions about interracial relationships, tune out expectations that you date only Blacks and clarify your reasons for romantic and sexual attraction to White men. It shows you where and how to meet White men, how to make yourself more interracially approachable and gives guidelines for screening emotionally available White males into your social life. Women often see men as foreign psychological territory, and racial differences accentuate this misperception. This book clears away the misconceptions all too many Black women have about White men and explains what goes on in the minds of White men who seek out and date Black women. A broad spectrum of taboos and social pressures block Black women from getting into interracial relationships. This book explains the psychosexual origins of the various forms of social opposition to those wearing "the scarlet letter of interracial dating," from the stares interracial couples encounter almost everywhere they go, to why parents work so hard at breaking up the interracial relationships of their offspring to why certain types of disturbed individuals become enraged at the sight of total strangers who happen to be in interracial relationships. This book shows how to better understand, cope with, and tune out the various social pressures and initiate unembarrassed interracial relationships."

The White Man's Guide To Dating Black Women


"If you're a White man interested in dating Black women, this book shows you how to make it happen. Learn how Black women think, what they like and don't like to see in White men, and where and how to go about meeting them. Find out how to cope with public reaction to interracial couples, learn how to counteract the psychological inhibitions that can hold you back from getting involved and understand why those who oppose interracial relationships feel compelled to think and act the way they do. Find out what works and get involved. "


Those who have read one or both of my books know that I like to throw in quotes from authors such as Shakespeare to help illustrate that the problems that interracial couples sometimes encounter actually derive from psychological wellsprings common to all people, meaning fundamental emotions such as envy and jealousy.

One basic premise of my books is the opposition that interracial couples encounter is a result of human beings being born with genetically determined behavioral predispositions known as instincts. Those who attempt to disrupt interracial relationships are actually attempting to exert social control over those they perceive as being members of their social group, tribe, class, race, etc. These attempts to disrupt and control interracial relationships are thus of an instinctual, as opposed to rational, nature, and defy rational explanation precisely because they are genetically-determined forms of instinctual behavior that becamwe embedded in our genetic code during the millions of years our ancestors spent in the environment of evolutionary adapation wherein such instincts had survival value. The problem is that what was good in the Stone Age is not good for the modern era, but the instincts remain in place nevertheless.

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