In the meantime, I think it’s time to let go of the fantasy and see what will happen.
The guilt I feel is natural, but I can’t worry about what others might think. I will say this, though: I will never seriously entertain a man, regardless of his background, who doesn’t like Beyoncé.
A few months after we broke up, I did what every freshly single girl does.
I cried my eyes out for a week and then I downloaded Tinder. In fact, for a while my friends labeled me a serial dater.
But after this latest failure, I thought to myself: You know what — I’ve lived in cities with high Latino populations all my life.
Let me go to Washington Heights and try my luck with the Latinos.
There’s nothing wrong with interracial relationships. They’ve given me Mariah Carey, Barack Obama, a few lifelong friends and plenty of men to fawn over on Instagram.
In the future, romantic relationships in this country are poised to become even more multiracial, not less.
When I told a heterosexual friend of mine currently dating a white man about my feelings, she told me: “I feel like that daily.So I have placed pressure on myself to be the change that I advocate for in my writing.I just have not been successful in that endeavor — at all.I actively speak out on the representation of gay black men in mass media.I criticize the lack of visibility of black LGBT couples on television and film.