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Interracial Couples Costumes (Black Men + White Women)

A few years ago, I did a post about interracial couples costumes and it is actually the most popular post on my blog by far. But that list consisted entirely of costume ideas for couples comprised of black women with white men, solely because I am a black woman who ends up dating mostly white guys. Before some race-obsessed psycho on either end of the spectrum tries to interrogate me or accuse me of anything, I feel the need to disclaim that this is not intentional or the result of discrimination on my end…not that it’s anyone’s business. I don’t put white men on a pedestal or have any ill will towards black men; the people that I have the most in common with are just rarely the same color as me. Sorry to be so defensive, but you wouldn’t believe how many ridiculous comments I get from people projecting about my love life.

Now, let’s get back to Halloween.

Halloween is right around the corner, and couples are scrambling for costume ideas. I realized that as far as interracial dating is concerned, there are far fewer resources available. I also realized that black women with white men are actually a minority, and that a lot more white women date black men than the inverse. So I figured I’d do a blog post for them too, because a bunch of Beckys are probably googling “interracial couples costumes” and ending up disappointed on my blog when there’s only a post for white men with black women.

So without further ado, here are some easy interracial couples costumes for white women with black men.

Kanye West & Kim K

KCS Presse/Splash News

Ice T & CoCo

A$AP & Kendall 

Billy Farrell/BFA/REX/Shutterstock

Get Out

Big Sean & Ariana Grande

Jason Merritt/Getty Images for iHeartMedia

The Weeknd & Selena Gomez

Hancock

Tiger woods & wife (or side chick)

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8 COMMENTS
  • Ariana & Hannah
    1 year ago

    We love this! These costumes are fun but not inappropriate or offensive. Thanks for sharing!

    • The Pretty Patriot
      1 year ago
      AUTHOR

      I’m glad you like them!

  • Ha! This is the first post I’ve seen like this, I love it. I’m sure it’s something that’s googled a lot around Halloween time!

  • Quinn Caudill
    1 year ago

    Costumes look great!

  • Denesha Peter
    1 year ago

    “I don’t put white men on a pedestal or have any ill will towards black men;”

    This is a lie and evidenced by your constant criticism of black people and culture compared to your praise for republicans (who are mostly white) and the President. It could and would be much easier to take you seriously and stomach your opinions if you just kept it real and admitted that you obviously prefer to date white men and adapt the controversies of white culture as you feel that it is more superior to your own and makes you more appealing to the race you so desperately shuck and jive for.

    This cry for attention has become extremely disturbing, as you continue to make these contradictory, race-baiting bullshit blog posts and yet you claim to accept your skin color and love your culture. Sorry sis, but a few peppered in disclaimers to coddle your black readers and wearing 4c kinks is not fooling me. I know you well enough to know that though you’ve always been a bit of an attention seeker, you’re not as much of an ignorant person as you’re portraying yourself to be.

    Be real with yourself. Even if you’re labeled a coon and a Mammy, take the responsibility of journalism and own it.

    Xoxo,
    Your greatest critic (in my eyes, at least)

    • The Pretty Patriot
      1 year ago
      AUTHOR

      I don’t debate “accepting my skin color and loving my culture” with women that are seen in weave/wigs/whatever more often than their own hair sorry love stay blessed though

      • Denesha
        12 months ago

        What a childish and ignorant rebuttal, considering you rarely see me enough in person or on social media to know what style I have in my head. What does my hair and appearance have to do with my love of my culture, skintone, and beliefs? Weaves are a form of protective styling sis, and my hair is completely natural. Truthfully, this sad attempt at a “comeback” was not surprising and very typical of yet another self hating black woman “republican.” As I’ve stated many times, you use your platform as microphone for hate, so be prepared for the comments and criticism when they come. Or at least try to respond like an adult. Comical.

        Happy New Year and best of luck to you,

        • The Pretty Patriot
          12 months ago
          AUTHOR

          I guess it take childish and ignorant to know childish and ignorant ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ be safe tho

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