I feel like my question could unintentionally open up a general discussion on race and beauty, but I'll give it a shot anyway. I am a dark-skinned woman and most of the time I find myself attracted to white men. Most of the profiles I view are of white men. They generally seem to be a better match for me as it comes to depth, personality, interests, and involvement in the faith. But I've only ever gotten a serious response from dark-skinned men, most of whom seem rather dull.
To get to the point, my question is, I know (and I'm not just saying that) I'm a beautiful dark woman, but how realistic is it to expect a white man to seriously consider an interracial relationship? Please tell me that I'm crazy in thinking that, at least online, white men are looking for someone whose color will fit nicely in their family's picture? That their idea of a perfect match also matches their skin color.
I hate to be superficial, I really do, and I'm open to being challenged for it. God knows I need it! I know in my head that God's choice for me will be revealed when the right time comes and that when it does, color won't matter. But in my heart I still wonder if there's some truth to what I feel is happening...
Praying for peace, patience, and purity for all of us tonight. God bless and thanks in advance for your answers!
Helpful biographical note: I have dated white men in real life (2 of 3 boyfriends), but I'm thinking online it's a different ballgame.