Single black female wonders why she has no interest in dating black males, prefers white males, and feels more comfortable with any non-black men than black males.
Tag: "interracial dating"
Swirling is a new relationship guide for black women looking to make the jump into the world of interracial relationships. Full of tips for success and answers to the questions you’ve always wanted to know the answers to but were afraid to ask.
Interracial dating advice for a young White female with a professed interest in a Black male, wrestling with her fears of crossing the color line and going into unfamiliar and possibly racially charged territory.
“Is Marriage for White People,” by Stanford Law Professor Ralph Richard Banks is analyzed and dissected. Is it really time for Black women that seek marriage and commitment to stop limiting their options to Black men? The arguments in favor are compelling.
Dating advice columnist and relationship expert Deborrah Cooper will be the keynote speaker at America’s first Interracial Dating Convention, taking place on Friday October 14, 2011 in San Francisco.
She said “yes” to marriage but whenever she wants to do her own thing she says “we are not married!” How long should I endure her treating me like a boyfriend while I treat her like my wife?
I think it is important to note that statistics I am going to present apply only to those who self-identified in the last Census as just Black – not Black and Native American, not bi-racial, not a blend of three or more races like Tiger Woods with his Cablasian self. The “single never married” group of African Americans is close to 50% of the African American population. However, this statistical grouping also includes men. It also includes people that are gay or lesbian, that don’t want to get married EVER, those incarcerated that are not allowed to marry until their release, as well as those involved in a relationship that is not yet at the altar (engaged or living together).
Over the past 10 years, the numbers of African American women that have dated and married White men has dramatically increased. I believe a lot of it has to do with the fact that Black women are tired of waiting for Black men to choose them, to commit, to love.