Single black womens for dating
Black women are beautiful and we have so much to offer.The good thing is there are many Black men who do still want to love us just the way are.There's no doubt that it's a topic that sparks heated debates and discussions amongst black women and men. I'm an educated black woman and I personally have no problem with meeting eligible, educated, great black men.Whether or not I choose to date them is another thing, but they are out there. Ooh, it's all the fault of those pathetic black men. Not taking personal responsibility nor dealing with unexplored baggage from the past plays much more of a role than we all believe.We’ve asked single Black men to share some of the real perceptions floating around about dating Black women, to help jumpstart the conversation and dispel some of the myths out there. Unfortunately Black women often have so many things we are trying to juggle that it can sometimes become second nature to not smile or take a moment to say hello.Fun can take a backseat when we’re fighting to pay bills, continue our education and make a name for ourselves.Those things are most important, of course, but remember that relationships need full-time nurturing and maintenance too.
They feel that after a while, our focus shifts from being the "fun girlfriend" to being more practical instead and solely concerned with insuring the house is clean, meals are made and children are taken care of.As I've written before, we women are not victims in dating and it's totally disempowering for us to buy into these types of shows and articles which profit from perpetuating the idea that we are.As a single black woman I'm actually more interested in hearing from happily married black couples on how they met and what makes them tick.All of a sudden the mainstream media is taking a keen interest in our love lives.We are being told that there is a 'crisis' amongst black women, particularly educated professional women, who are apparently unable to find a 'decent' black man.