How to date, mate and relate. Mixing race, culture and creed.
“… I have been struck by how vehemently some black men oppose black womenâ€™s efforts to expand their options to include men of other races. … All this while black women confront the smallest pool of viable partners within their group. Yet some suggest that black women shouldâ€¦wait for a black man, put their life on hold, or put up with relationships problems that would never wish for oneâ€™s own daughter. I try to understand this, but frankly it puzzles me. Women may regard black men as brothers, but those brothers donâ€™t love them as sisters.” — R. R.Banks
We talk a lot here about the ‘mammy’ stereotype, the sexless black woman who cares for the household and is absolutely NO competition to the lilly-white mistress of the house. This story ain’t like that.
Arielle packs it in and is pursuing her dreams in Brazil. Find out how she’s getting it done.
I have to say, I AM LOVING my girl, JC Davies’ book, I Got the Fever. What I like best is how she organizes the dating experiences of each race–Hispanic, Asian, Indian, Jewish and Black– by chapter and section. She gives frank talk on what you can expect–from dating, to family and even sex. And [...]
It’s interesting how some things come together. Just yesterday, I posted a video of Steve Harvey and his new trade-in on CNN, lamenting that the community “has lost a generation of black men.” But today, we peel back a few layers of the stinky onion.
“Black Woman Redefined” author, Sophia Angeli Nelson talks about why we are often described as the offspring of a donkey and a horse, and what we can do about it.
If you’re a broad (aka kick-ass chick) and black, and your live in the Netherlands, I mean, what other name, Black & (A)broad, could be MORE PERFECT?
“Colours.” Those Brits are so fancy, aren’t they? Skip the Lifetime Movie and take a read. Every flick is SO formulaic. You KNOW she/he gets it in the end anyway. Sorry…did I spoil the movie for you?
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