How to date, mate and relate. Mixing race, culture and creed.
The interracial marriage in this show is just “meh” for me compared to the overall storyline.
It seems like every week there’s a new anti-swirling article on so-called black women’s interest blogs, and I have to wonder why. I mean, we’re so trivial…right? Why all the attention?
This couple is so stinkin’ cute!
Rainbeau notices his West African wife is often mistreated by African Americans. Here’s my take on why I think this is happening.
I’m SO happy to see some Atlanta ladies exercising ALL their options down south.
As a non-native, Kari looks at America with an outside-in prism, and noticed that, while she had no qualms about dating, mating and marrying interracially, many in America didin’t share that view. She interviewed me and several other bloggers, including one of my favs, Afrobella, about this and thought I might share:
We’re going to have to have this adorkable couple on for a couple profile, like SOON!
“I did not guard the cave and protect my tribe, not even when given a stage and a microphone. I put my need to avoid embarrassment and to gain the approval of strangers ahead of my family, revealing a shameful lack of character.”
Oh. My. Gosh. Take a look at the percentage of black out-of-wedlock births. Your mind will explode.
Check out what this hottie has to say about race, racism, and interracial relationships in America
Yes; you can make it work! (photo by Suthi Picotte)
Dang! What did this chick do to wed and bed one of the richest men in America?