Dating a successful black man
What I DO have a problem with, are the black men who REFUSE to date black women based on preconceived notions and stereotypes. Many black men have decided that dating black women is “not worth the trouble”, and have deliberately excluded us from their dating pool, seeking the attention of women of other races, primarily white.
As a counter argument to this, I could say that we should promote love within our own race, that the fact that you came from a black woman yourself should be reason enough to love one, and so on and so forth.
I had the pleasure this week of joining a panel of incredible women for Comedy Central’s The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore.
As the host, Larry wanted to examine what it is like being a modern African-American woman in the workplace and in romantic relationships.
Rather, it is somewhat of an insult to whatever race you decide to seek after, saying that they are submissive and easier to control. Black men not dating black women is something that I refuse to spend my time being mad about, because I know that the man that is meant to love me will love me regardless of what he has heard or experienced prior to me.
Furthermore, a black woman is not something to “deal with”.
It becomes more of a painful reality for women looking to date Black men who are 38 or older.
Either they are undateable or they are not interested in being in a relationship”. The only thing I would change is making the age 38 instead of 35. Don’t just take my word for it, talk to some Single women you know and ask them about finding a GBM. So anyone who takes issue with what I am saying here about good Black men, instead of a nasty tweet, please send me a list of 10 good, available Black men that are over 38 and are interested in a monogamous relationship and I will match them up with some of really great women.
I say this because what ever type a man, not even a good man, is looking for he can pretty much find out there because so many women are desperate to have a man that they are willing to work with what he has.
First, let me say my perspective on being Single and romantic relationships could be considered unconventional and even bold.
But I don’t shy away from it, because my opinions are based on my experience, observations and research.