Welcome to The Guy’s Guide for Getting Your (black) Girl. Perhaps you’re here because you’ve been curious about interracial dating with black women, or maybe you’ve always had a preference. This guide will show you exactly how to create opportunities to interact with black women and maximize your experiences in dating and relating to them.
You’ve seen more and more men that look like you dating black women, and you’re wondering if they’re in on a secret you’re not. Where are they finding all these beautiful black women open to dating non-black men? Why are you friends telling you, “There’s just something wonderfully different” and you want to know what it is.
This first-of-its-kind series will connect all the dots.
Perhaps you’ve always thought that black women were only interested in dating within their own race. Maybe you’ve never really had the opportunity to get close enough to connect with them romantically.
You’re worried about all the myths and stereotypes.
You’re worried black women won’t take you seriously.
You’re concerned about the sex.
What kind of black woman is open to dating guys like you?
What if the cultural issues are too much to overcome?
We’ve got you covered. This first-of-its-kind series will help you navigate relationships with black women so you can recognize which ones are the “keepers” and which ones to leave alone.
What if you knew ahead of time what her fears and hesitations were, so you could move forward to the good parts?
What if you knew what things turned black women on? What they deeply desired?
This is the more complete series you’ll ever find–complete with written material, podcasts, videos, slides, all to coach you into feeling completely comfortable dating black women.
You’ll better understand:
I created this series because of the great interest I received behind the scenes after I wrote Swirling: How to Date, Mate and Relate, Mixing Race, Culture and Creed. After a slurry of media appearances on CNN, USA Today, Chicago Tribune, Psychology Today the New York Daily News, plus podcasts, and radio shows, I received countless emails from men who were interested in dating black women, but the hesitation and outright fear of going for what the wanted was almost paralyzing.
It wasn’t because these guys were wimps. The hesitation came from lack of exposure, and the assumption that black women weren’t even interested in dating outside of their race or even, being accused of racial exploitation.
But now, interracial couples featuring black women are all over–you see them on the street, in commercials and ads with men who look just like you.
And you want in.