I understand what you're saying, however, I think that takes away from the fact that we are all individual. Let's be real here... how are you, as a black woman, in a position to speak for all - or even the so called majority of white men, and what they think, and who they would or wouldn't date, etc..? Do you not realize how many white men out there have, are, and will continue to date beautiful white women, who may have dated a black man before? This is a reality... unless you're speaking of the majority (still not all) of American white men - aged 50+. Are you aware of how many older white men actually welcome a decent black man in their family, if he has morals, and makes their daughter happy?
I don't know why you are so set on lumping everyone in categories, just because the so called media or society does. Are you living for yourself, as an individual, and allowing people you meet be individuals, with individual stories, walks of life, families, etc..? Or do you plan to stay a victim of this social game? It's on you, but I promise that when you let go of these social barriers IN YOUR HEAD, and start living for yourself, you will be much happier, and all this other stuff won't matter. Find out about people and what they been thru, what's in them, before claiming to know all about them based on a skin complexion and your own social assumptions.