Dating book for black women who want to date
This book shows Black women how to go about getting involved in interracial relationships and deal with the social pressures that such relationships inevitably attract.It shows how you can clear out your old social conditioning and inhibitions about interracial relationships, tune out the expectations that you should date only Blacks and clarify your reasons for romantic and sexual attraction to White men.This book shows where and how you can go about meeting White men, how to make yourself more interracially approachable, offers guidelines for screening mature and emotionally available White males into your social life and helps you move beyond the shortage of Black men.This book clears away the misconceptions that all too many Black women have about White men and explains what really goes on inside the minds of White men who seek out and date Black women.I don’t even remember when it started, but apparently, of all of the solutions presented for this so-called “issue”, interracial dating somehow emerged as the groundbreaking cure-all.But I guess as long as you convince people there’s a sickness, anything can be marketed as the antidote.
Since this “Single Black Women” conversation started, women who happened to have married outside of the race begin being used by both sides of the useless argument.
This “should we” or “shouldn’t we” interracial dating debate goes on ad nauseam in the black blogosphere with people speaking out passionately on both sides.
Then in the middle you have people like me who honestly do not care and wish that everyone would just stop talking about it – even those that are supposedly in support of it! In fact, there are plenty of Black women who have dated or married a non-Black person and it isn’t because they’ve applied some sort of warped logic and panic-stricken thinking to their love lives.
This book explains the psychosexual origins of the various forms of social opposition to those wearing "the scarlet letter of interracial dating," from the stares interracial couples encounter almost everywhere they go, to why parents work so hard at breaking up the interracial relationships of their offspring to why certain types of disturbed individuals become enraged at the sight of total strangers who happen to be in interracial relationships.
Find out how you can best understand, cope with, and tune out, the variety of social pressures that often inhibit Black women from getting, and staying, involved with White men and initiate unembarrassed interracial relationships.