When it comes to the #swirllife, you either hate it, love it or don’t care.

One White woman used social media to blast a few Black men who are fans of #teamswirl.

But before we go any further, to be clear, Tiffany Jolene has no issue with interracial dating, but she does have an issue with Black men who date White women because they are “more submissive.”

Peep what she said on Facebook below:



“If your primary reason for dating White women is because you’re under the self centered delusion that they are more ‘submissive’ and understanding of your inherent refusal to get your s*** together without the help of a romantic partner, I am not the Caucasian for you,”  said Tiffany Jolene in a Facebook post. “You’re likely to be intentionally targeting a certain brand of White women because they’re as not privy to your bull*** as Black women; having been raised around or by you,” she says. “You highlight your disapproval of Black women because of their independence, strength . . . They are much more ‘difficult’ for you to manipulate.”

The post, which can be read in full here, didn’t go over too well with readers.

Jolene, who appears to discuss relationship-related topics on her Facebook page often, also created another status calling out Black men who degrade Black women.

“[This post] was to repel or discourage a particular group of men from thinking that it would be wise to disrespect, devalue, or degrade Black women in my presence,” Jolene wrote. “I didn’t address White men or White women because they’re not in my inbox or in my timeline doing any of those things, I have already successfully weeded those people out of my life and out of my spaces.”

Some folks praised Jolene’s actions, but others accused her of being racist, which she also addressed.

“The assumptions that I’m racist are disappointing. I touched on some of the qualities that the men in my inbox saying ‘I need me a white girl’ have,” she continued. “Do all of them do that? NO NOT ALL MEN 🙄 Yes there are men who fetishize white women who aren’t lazy, unshaven, hobosexual bums, but I wasn’t talking about them. Using words like illiterate (because of the poorly written messages I have received) wasn’t a generalization about all black men.”

Read Jolene’s full response, here.

 



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