If OKCupid’s studies are anything to go by, black men gave black women the cold shoulder too and vice versa.
A recent study found that black people of all ages were 10 times more likely to initiate contact with white people than other black people.
There is a lot more to moving in together than spending more time with each other and saving on rent.
When seeking a date — and, hopefully, a relationship — an online forum can provide you with introductions far more diverse than a night at the bar or Sunday morning at church ever could.
“Black dating” will mean different things to different people.
As you seek your black soul mate, here are four things you should know: You’re reading this online.
Warning: Don’t read another word of this blog post if you have a problem with gross over generalizing and racial stereotyping. It’s insulting to African American and other non-Jewish men. Yet, when I left it sitting in a pile on my desk, I couldn’t help but notice how many of my friends picked it up however briefly.
In Nazaree Hines-Starr’s new book, “Why Every Black Woman Should Marry a Jewish Man,” she does an awful lot of that. “It is time for African American women to consider of their options,” Hines-Starr writes.