How to date, mate and relate. Mixing race, culture and creed.
Okay, you can put Grandpa’s monocle away.
You’ll have to squint to read this, or get your old-lady monocle out, because we won’t be able to see the article in full until next week. But here’s what you need to know: Maclean’s, Canada’s leading and most-circulated weekly magazine (it’s like our TIME magazine) LOVES “Swirling,” the blog, and thinks you single black women should move the heck up there. And guess what? My buddies at Chonilla got a great quote in, too!
The folks at SheKnows.com asked me to lend them some wisdom on the oft studied, oft misunderstood, oft discussed, oft debated tangle of that, that, and the other regarding interracial relationships.
Here’s a bit:
“…And even after my own 20-plus years of interracial dating, four years of full-time research, and writing a book on the topic, there were things in Swirling that I hadn’t heard before.”
My Guess Who? moment with my husband was a disaster. In fact, the whole ordeal broke us up for a while.
The cute Brit that’s got all you BB&W ladies enchanted is back in Los Angeles doing some hush-hush big-time project planning. “His Grace” took time out to chat about “Swirling,” and I found out that lo and behold, there’s something this relationship guru has never done. Tune in for the reason.