Kan svarta män älska vita kvinnor?
Abstract Relationships between white women and black men have become a topic of interest in various discussion forums. By examining different arguments within certain discourses, it becomes clear that discourses that have a distinct autocrat outline, i.e. a closed and declaring nature which excludes alternative discursive arguments, also define these relationships as different and deviant in comparison to relationships that does not encompass and include the constellation white women and black men. As a result of the use of autocrat discourses the white women and black men who enter into relationships are displaced and positioned as subaltern. A position which, on the one hand, allows for uninhibited criticism, but, on the other hand, and most importantly, it is a position from where they can be defined by others. Hence, the displacement of these men and women does not only serve to differentiate, but, it is also, through this displacement their relationships transform into a relationship phenomenon. Key words: white women, black men, autocrat discourse, deviance, displacement, relationship phenomenon.