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I’m referring to the first proposal that felt more like pulling teeth than a genuine act of forever love and commitment. For most people, those four feelings can go a long way…fat engagement ring or not. Stop believing what you are being force fed in the media. It’s rare that people stick by your side these days. Kanye rapped, “But you stay right girl/And when you get on he leave your ass for a White girl.” As a Black woman I refuse to believe that I am anything less than desirable.
Noticing how jacked up Martin was to Gina, I commented on it. Black women are royalty, and royalty does not eat scraps. Forget the fact that we are "statistically" doomed to be single, have the lowest marriage rates than any other ethnic group in America and supposedly have the worst luck at online dating.
Because of this, some Black men believe that women of other races maintain a more light, airy “fun girl” approach to love in their adult years, which they ultimately find more attractive.
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.
Both women not only kept the house in order, but made sure their significant others were well-groomed, well-fed, had emotional power and any other support they needed to face the world.
One of the most annoying myths out there is that Black women do not support their mates.
Black women do not lack a supportive bone, people do.
Not caring about someone else is not limited to a certain ethnicity and gender. 2) Believe it or not, it really doesn’t take much to please us. Sorry to burst your bubble, but thots come in all forms.
Is there some truth to the perception that some of us can overlook a Black man or not be as uplifting because instead we think they need to have already arrived before we give them a chance?
Please remember that this is just feedback from some Black men about what intimidates them when seeking Black women.
Not all men feel this way, although it’s important to understand that many do.
Dispelling these myths and introducing them to great single friends we know is the best next step.
Despite knowing how prevalent ignorance is, I am still unbelievably baffled at some conversations that take place among social circles.