Many of us are genuinely okay with the education process if in the end you've been able to teach someone something.
You never know how that’s going to payoff in future generations.
I like to imagine men I've dated relaying our relationship to his children and grandchildren: the one that got away, that beautiful, wise African American princess who taught me so much!
Expectations: if you choose to date someone of a different race, you may get stares and a few noises of disapproval as you walk along hand in hand with your beloved—even today, but do your best to ignore it.
And, today, your odds of finding “the one” online are probably in your favor.
If you’re looking to date a black man or woman, know why.
“Black dating” will mean different things to different people.
As you seek your black soul mate, here are four things you should know: You’re reading this online.
And oftentimes, it's the seemingly innocuous pickup lines that do the most damage.
Disturbing lines: One man in the video recounted the night he was approached and told, "Oh my gosh, I've totally never dated a black person before, but if I did, I'd totally get with you." Johnson remembered the time a man put his hand on his shoulder outside a club and said, "You know, Cameron, I'm really into mulatto guys." "You know what, I'm not really into ethnic guys," another participant once heard.
Do you want someone who understands your cultural heritage and shares your history?