But somehow the media spins this story that black women who want to get married settle for white men because they can’t find a black man.
Please don’t get it twisted; CH is awesome, and I am deeply in love with him.
Though neither CH nor I are average, our courtship wasn’t outside of the ordinary.
We met at a bar, then talked for a few moments at few different events, he asked me on a date, we fell in love, I moved in with him, and then he asked me to marry him in the privacy of our home after about a year of dating. I think a lot of people assume that if a black woman marries a white man that she must have been terribly hurt by a black man.
But I've also been in some amazing and loving relationships where I was embraced by the whole family. Black women are getting a hard time for being strong and for trying to lift up when white women are perceived as being more supportive of black men but in reality are just more submissive. When you treat men like men they mostly respond in miraculous ways.
And there's nothing sexier on this planet than a confident and intelligent black man who is proud of himself, his family, his culture, and his woman.
I love black men so I genuinely hope they continue to love white women but they should be more open-minded about dating strong black women too as well as Asians or Latina's or any woman who genuinely appreciates the essence of his particular brand of manhood and his culture.
It is not a substitute for personal medical advice from a medical professional.Do not be naïve there are still people who feel what you are doing is wrong.Prepare yourself by listing all the challenges you will face and all the benefits you will gain from the relationship."I mean, compared to my white friends, I get way less activity.I also find that I rarely match with guys outside of my race."There's no denying race matters when it comes to online dating.