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Dating outside of race

When you have everyone else who is willing to explore, a Black woman is like, “I want me a brother.” Well, if the brothers are out and they’re open to date everybody and the majority of Black women aren’t willing to look twice when a man outside of their race is sending them messages, then that makes our percentage rate lower and the chances of finding love, because we’re only looking in one specific place—with Black men. One of my friends was asking me if I would set him up with one of my friends and I asked him, “What do you like in a woman?

Regina King, who was married for almost 10 years to her son’s father, is speaking out to her fellow black women, advising them to try dating outside their race.

She explained her reasoning to VIBE: Of all groups of people, Black women are the least likely group of women that will date outside of their race. And 9 chances out of 10, that man didn’t even give a f*** He couldn’t even tell that you had a pimple that day or that your hair wasn’t done. And the men that do that are really paying attention that hard to your ass or t******or exterior stuff, that’s probably not the best person for you anyway.

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To the black men, when you have that special lady, incorporate and maintain “The 7 Habits of highly Effective Relationships” (According to Ask Chey B).

While every demographic experiences their own struggles, they pale in comparison to a black woman’s struggles.

And with this, they find it much easier to submit as they have less to prove through a fight for independence.

I have maybe about five and these are people that I’m really considering my friends, not people that are associates or that you talk to or deal with at work. A lot of Black women still carry a lot of pain when they see Black men with women who aren’t Black and that’s really unfortunate that that could make us so upset. With women on a whole, what a man thinks about us means so much to us.