Why Women In Dickinson, North Dakota Want Black Men

Warning, this blog post contains some subject matter that may be offensive to some readers due to biologically explicit material and psychologically explicit material.

During the Oil Boom which occurred in Dickinson, North Dakota from approximately 2007 through 2015, there became a much greater number of men than women.  At the peak of the Oil Boom in Dickinson in approximately 2011, the ratio of men to women may have been as high as 5:1 or 4:1.  Currently in Dickinson this ratio may be 3:1 or 2:1.

Housewives began the routine of doing shopping and errands between the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to avoid being propositioned for dating or sex by male workers.  Single women and working women also had to adjust their activities when being propositioned for dating or sex was not wanted.   All women in Dickinson became aware that there was a shortage of women in Dickinson, and that men were being more aggressive and desperate in their attempts at dating and sex.

Women in Dickinson became aware that they had an advantage in dating and mating.  An attractive woman working at a convenience store, restaurant, or bar may have had ten propositions from men per day.  A plain, ordinary, or overweight woman may have had five propositions from men each day.  Housewives that tried to avoid men completely, may have had several propositions from men each day.  Women in Dickinson became aware that they were in a position to pick which men they wanted.

Two things happened to shape the psychology of women in Dickinson.  The first, was that women in Dickinson came to believe that they were in a position to select or pick out which male they wanted, from an abundance of males to chose from.  The second, they were unable to select a male because none of the males in Dickinson stood that much apart from the others.

The majority of males in Dickinson were white, between 18 years to 40 years, 5′-7″ to 6′-1″, thin to overweight, slight build to heavy build, and usually slightly dirty to very dirty.  All of these white males were very similar, none was that much different from the other.  Why would a woman want to pick any one of them when they are all the same?

In watching Dickinson State University basketball or football, or in watching professional sports on television, women could see that black males were bigger, taller, faster, and stronger than white males.  In popular magazines, women could see that black males were leaner and more muscular than white males.  In pornography that is easily found on the internet, women could see that great big tall black men have enormous penises.  So women in Dickinson decided that they wanted black men.

To summarize these two key psychological elements, first, with the over abundance of males in Dickinson, women came to believe that they could select which ever male they wanted from a multitude of men.  Second, having the ability to chose whichever male they wanted, and the white males in Dickinson being all so similar, why not chose a male that was bigger, taller, stronger, more muscular, leaner, and had a much bigger penis, which was the black guy.  This is why women in Dickinson want black men.

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