How to date, mate and relate. Mixing race, culture and creed.
I am not talking about sex, and those elements in that process of two people experiencing the physical aspects of enjoying each other as man and woman. You know, the stuff Mother Nature has in place to allow organisms to procreate. Could I make that any more dry and sound like a lecture from a Biology teacher that puts everyone to sleep? Good, if you are still reading, now I get to the interesting stuff… I am talking about intimacy, that myriad of little actions that allow you and your Boo to enjoy each other as a couple, as a unit, as ONE with whom you just kind of melt together a bit.
Swirling made another small step forward this weekend, when our Meet-up group (Sisters With White Misters) met at Rassela’s Jazz club in San Francisco. It was, for so many reasons, a memorable swirling experience and a true demonstration of community being created.
“It feels like I’m constantly being attacked…”
This 32 year-old doctor is ready to expand her dating options, but there’s a few snags she needs us to work out…
It is a strange lot to be a black woman in American society. She was brought to this country to be an unpaid worker, a concubine and a broodmare. Her body and her sexuality has been reviled and experimented on but from the various brilliant shades of brown black people come in, is curiously loved.
Try these tips and have him eating from your hands.
I am beginning to believe that “home economics” (keeping and running a household) ties in VERY closely with the ability to attract a quality mate.
If you live long enough you’ll realize that finding a special love is no easy feat. When we come across that man or woman that makes our days brighter it never crosses our minds that the day would ever come when they are no longer there at our side.
Toni Braxton gets to “play in the snow” on screen. This Sunday, Lifetime Movie network will be airing an original movie called “Twist of Faith” staring the gorgeous Braxton and handsome David Julian Hirsh. It is an interfaith love story profiling single Christian mother and a Jewish widower. Their passion for music and singing draw them together and they fall in love.
This union happened BEFORE interracial marriage was outlawed in Utah.
This shy girl is steeling herself to approach the rainbeau she’s had her eye on. I tell her to hold the brakes. Here’s why.
“Mom and I finally brought it out in the open. We were arguing over something and she brought up my only dating white men. She couldn’t see it at all. She grew up in the Jim Crow south and she had had a hard time at the hands of white people. While she had raised my brothers and me to be tolerant, she didn’t like the idea of us dating or marrying outside our race.”
This is the second and third stories of former slaves who moved to and married interracially in Montana. Mattie Bell Castner is the called “The Mother of Belt, Montana.”
WARNING!!! This post is not meant for happily masculine women, happily androgynous women, or feminists, so for all of our sake please skip this post. This post is ONLY meant for women who are interested in becoming more old fashioned/classically/traditionally feminine . Please focus your comments on the topics presented in this post and keep it [...]
Do you talk about race with your significant other, or men you date of a different race? Do you think MAJOR differences in racial politics is a deal breaker?
Speaking of shaming…