Black men and women dating questions
First dates seem to fall somewhere between the excitement of a new possibility and the terror of a new possibility. Finding Perspective One of the things that has helped me redeem these early dates is a little perspective.First dates are not the time to be thinking about the genetic advantages our future children might enjoy, but – let’s be honest – our minds can easily drift that direction.We put pressure on ourselves and on our dates to have a vision for our future together as soon as possible.Overthinking the long-term possibilities can cool things off before they even have a chance to get started.As always, I’m here to do my part to further female education. I’m what’s called an “Alpha Male 2.0,” which means the day after I hook up with you I’m either busy working on my Mission or I’m hooking up with another woman who is younger and hotter than you.
Read more: Single black women being urged to date outside race ____________________ Karyn Folan: Thanks to all of you who have taken the time post questions and comments.Personally, I’ve never really liked first dates, especially if it was a blind date.I feel a lot of pressure, and sometimes it’s just plain awkward.In the time allotted, however, I'll do my best to give you at least a summary of what I uncovered in my research and how I hope this information can generate some much needed fresh discussion on race and relationships._______________________ Arlington, VA: What effect, if any, does an inter-racial marriage have upon the children that result?