How to date, mate and relate. Mixing race, culture and creed.
“It would be easy for me to always write these articles from a positive and upbeat perspective. I could pretend that I have no bad days, no faults, and I have all the answers, but instead I choose to bring my readers my authentic self.”
This is what you missed! Make sure it doesn’t happen again, because we’re coming to a city near you.
You have GOT to take a read of this! BB&W Crew gal, Dani, did a six-month dating experiment to gauge rainbeau interest in black women with some surprising results.
Greetings from Baltimore everyone! I am so glad to be home! Colorado was quite an adventure. Overall I had a pretty good time but it didn’t turn out to be the summer of romance I was hoping for.
Have any of you ladies realized or identified these behaviors and are now kicking yourselves while saying, “DOOOHHH!”
“But whatever anyone thinks his background is, I cannot fathom why anyone would think it okay to call him a cracker simply because he is holding my hand…”
A 21-year-old college student struggles with her attraction for older rainbeaus.
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:
Read one woman’s story about how her family-full-of-bigots ran her man right out of her life.
“My dog is named Beau. He is really sweet. He turns 13 on July 7th. Taking hikes with him on some of the local trails is one of my favorite things.” (Insert photo of dog with or without owner in profile)
Oh, the lengths humans will go to in order to separate ourselves from one another…
Striking out online dating? Make sure you’re armed with these tips to help separate the wheat from the chaff.
What is it with this hair stuff?!
Some big sister advice is needed for this youngin’…