How to date, mate and relate. Mixing race, culture and creed.
Eric Liu at Time Magazine offered a post-racialist perspective of the Cheerios Ad which aired on YouTube last week. Jenn M. Jackson has some disagreements with his findings.
What’s up with the suicide threats? Like…REALLY?!
I was chatting it up with one my gorgeous guy friend when he revealed an interesting tidbit about himself: he had lived with his parents until he was 29 years, only for the last 2 years had he been in his own apartment.
I’m often the predator, but a young girl couldn’t walk around being plump and juicy without coming to learn about the dreaded neighborhood phenomena known as the DIRTY OLD MAN.
Janet Jackson’s upcoming wedding to Qatari billionaire Wissam Al Mana has the whole world talking. It appears that the beloved little sister of Michael finally found true love — in the arms of an Arab man. Her fiance is equally smitten, telling the magazine Harpers Bazaar Arabia, “I’m fortunate enough to be dating my dream woman.”
A study released by Columbia Business School revealed that race is often assigned a gender along a spectrum. Black people are viewed as “masculine,” regardless of whether the subject is male or female, and Asian people as a whole are viewed as “feminine.”
I date men who are not American. Stands to reason–I’ve lived in 5 different European countries over the last 12 years, with an autumn-long stint in Nepal last year. Only the parents of 1 out of my last 3 boyfriends, spoke English. I didn’t speak their languages either. (Seriously, who speaks Serbian??) This, however, has never been cause for concern for me. Why? As much as 94% of all communication is nonverbal. Therein lies the key to cross cultural communication, especially in the face of a language barrier.
We’ve all had one, girls anyway, at one point or another. That list you create when you’re dreaming of that special person. You imagine what he looks like, his smile, and the color of his eyes. Then you think about how he’ll make you feel, what his kisses taste like, or how he smells. Next, logistics roll into your mind: what is his job, what are his passions, what do you have in common. What is you ideal man? Andie imagined nothing short of her own personal Thor, God of Thunder. Instead, she got Ken: a short, lip-smacking, nerd… who loves him with all her heart. They say you can’t help who you fall in love with or it’s the person who you least expect. Who would’ve guessed this man would be the one to change all her rules?
It can be the most stressful event swirling couples go through. After it happens, some won’t make it. Some will question everything. And some will come out stronger than ever. Which outcome will you and your rainbeau have?
It is a full time job looking for a mate ladies. That may mean contacting ten to 15 men a day for each site. If they are interested, they will respond and take the lead. Do your research on a country where you would not mind living and go from there.
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