More black women dating
“I’m not desperate to get married,’’ said Jacque Reid, who co-hosts the “New York Live” lifestyle show on WNBC-TV News Channel 4, serves as a correspondent for the nationally syndicated “Tom Joyner Morning Show” on the radio, and is the editor in chief of Singleand Living I’ve met some bad men and dated very bad men,” laughed Reid, a fitness enthusiast and never-married Atlanta, Ga., native who lives in Manhattan with her pet Shih Tzus — a boy named Sugar-Shane and a girl named Zoe.
“I’m happy being single,” said Reid, who declined to give her age.
Reid, who is African-American, had opened herself up to the possibility of going out with men who are not.
Except for one white guy, she has dated only within her race.
Phillips of the Black Joy Mixtape podcast breaks down why Black men dating outside their race is still such a hot topic, even in 2017. We still got a lot of comments on our social pages about the story.
Hint: it has less to do about who you fall in love with and more to do with how these men are treating Black women. Why do you think this issue of black man dating outside their race still gets people so riled up in 2017?
So this a very hot button topic, we've been talking about this as a brand for years.
She agreed to be featured in a news release announcing that she would go on a series of blind dates with four New York-area bachelors of all races, including African-Americans. In this day and age, some people are vehemently against the idea of a woman of color going out with men of other backgrounds.I think this is because in Ireland interracial relationships aren’t as common as other places.’ She says that the reason many men approach her is because sex with a black woman is seen as something new – unlike men in places like London or New York. You make us feel like an object that you will eventually get bored of and toss out after having derived maximum pleasure from us. Because when you sexualise us you are merely reminding us that you don’t actually see us. ‘This isn’t just black women though – it’s Asian women too. But these kind of things are why today we're celebrating Sandra Bland's birthday without her.Right, our perception of black women or them not being worthy of our love let alone our political attention or media is why we can have this black woman who is not here on her birthday because the state also saw her as less than valuable, right? But also we have to understand that there's consequences to the things we say in our preferences, right? In fact, Jill Scott once wrote a piece for Essence called Called the wince, where she admitted that she cringes when she sees black men dating interracially, but not black women. I don't even know if it's so much of a double standard.