Nah, I did not forget you, boo; I had to spoon feed slywhiteguy, so let me also spoon feed you, too.
In your post you stated that black women behave or act less feminine than white women, which causes them (black women) to be less desired by men. Well, it obvious to me that you are walking around ignorantly and blindly, for the black woman presently got the world in a choke hold, for everything ( rather it be negative or positive) is seeming to revolve around her---please talk with your nearest surgeon, politician, stylists, educator, and newscaster.
Also, it's important for you to get familiar with history, for if you do, you will learn that the black woman was extremely feminine and regal in the motherland (Africa), but was forcibly treated like a man in this land. Like a man and a horse, the black woman was forced to perform back breaking work from from sun up to sun down--ask Harriett Tubman. Like a man and a horse, the black woman was stripped of her clothes and unmercifully beat--ask Harriett Tubman. Like a horse, the black woman was consciously and unlovingly forced to breed children--ask Mr. Charlie. Unlike Ms. Sally, the black woman was forced to feed and to care for her and Master Charlie's children--ask Ms. Sally. Unlike Ms. Sally, the black woman, since slavery til this day has purposely been brainwashed with untruths about her beauty--just go ask those in society. Yet through it all, the black woman still stands gracefully tall and calmly breathes by way of God Almighty.
Oh, Pioneers! (whatcha' got to say?)-- James Baldwin