Does he look like a heartbreaker?
The reason that certain behaviors are so difficult for Haitian women to accept is because it is so close to home. It's like having your car burglarized. Then you find out that it wasn't done by a stranger, but by your brother/cousin/nephew. A relative violated your trust; it hurts worse. Someone that you trusted and care for committed such a heinous crime. If these Haitian women had been wronged by men of various nationalities, I don't think they would be so quick to make generalizations. I also think that people do to us what we allow them to do. Rarely do men or women hide their character, we just make a conscious choice to ignore the nasty, annoying or even abusive behavior that serves as a warning signal. In my many years of dating, I've only dated one American man. Everyone else was Haitian. Call it comfort, cultural connection or limited selection from dating pool because I mainly frequent Haitian events, but I tend to gravitate towards Haitian men. The ones that I have dated must of done something right, because I have not tossed my name into the "I hate Haitian men hat". Who knows, maybe I just haven't been wronged by enough Haitians to accept this theory.
What say you dear readers, is there truth to generalizations about men from different cultures? You know what they say about Haitians, but have you heard about Jamaicans being abusive, African Americans being lazy, Caucasians being the most loving? Notice the pattern of self hatred and racism; even in dating?
*5 points for you if you realized that the man above is Haiti's current president!