Gender roles dating behaviors
According to the University of California School of Nursing, in Culture and Clinical Care, many aspects of African American culture today reflect the culture of the general US population.The structure in African American families is often nuclear and extended with non-related “family” members.Male-to-female transformations tend to vastly outnumber the opposite when this trope is in play. It might be Played for Laughs, Played for Drama, or even played for horror if Loss of Identity or an unusual amount of Squick is involved.
For African Americans, women more than men tend to remain unmarried, and more women have been educated at the college level.
She's a Man in Japan is basically "Gender Flip via Localization," where Executive Meddling results in a character's sex being changed to meet the perceived needs of another market.
But as with the aforementioned tropes, Gender Bender characters who previously wore a distinctive outfit may wear a Gendered Outfit, tailored to their new sex, after the change.
An apt analogy to keep in mind is that learning about a specific model of car is helped by referencing the operator’s manual, but reading and even memorizing that manual doesn’t replace learning how to drive a car.
The following cultural patterns may represent many African Americans, but do not represent all people in a community.
though it is not clear to what extent this is a biological difference - see Life expectancy.