older african-american woman dating younger man who also happens to be white?

Question by WayCurious47: older african-american woman dating younger man who also happens to be white?
what are the chances of a african-american woman dating a man who is white and 9 years younger making a real connection? my main concern is that he has never been married and has no children. i, on the other hand have 2 adult children, 2 grandchildren and no interest in going down that road again. my next concern is that my older friends will bore him, and that his younger friends will find me aged. should i halt and reverse, or proceed?

Best answer:

Answer by Julien Evans
You should probably ask how he feels about it. If you’ve really got a good, mutual thing going on then go ahead.

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Your Degrees Won’t Keep You Warm at Night: The Very Smart Brothas Guide to Dating, Mating, and Fighting Crime

Your Degrees Won’t Keep You Warm at Night: The Very Smart Brothas Guide to Dating, Mating, and Fighting Crime

Witty, crass, insightful, and uproarious, The Champ and Panama Jackson of VerySmartBrothas.com combine a unique blend of past experiences, tongue-in-cheek observations, timely pop-culture references, and outlandish analogies to create their occasionally exasperating but always entertaining relationship expertise. And, whether they’re addressing the importance of Facebook chivalry, listing signs that he’s a “pretend playa,” outing the “Diva Dudes,” or outlining why a working sense of humor is so critical when recording a personal sex tape, Your Degrees Won’t Keep You Warm at Night is the definitive guide for the contemporary dater.

From Helena Andrews (Author of “Bitch Is the New Black”)

“Written by Damon “the Champ” Young and Panama Jackson, the two “very smart brothas” behind the blog of the same name, Your Degrees isn’t the latest literary money pit for pitiful women looking to “find, keep and understand a man.” Instead, the book, which reads more like a “best of” blog series (in a good way), is a case study in new-millennium mating for like-minded folk who live near a metro. The book is playful without being patronizing.”

From award-winning essayist and media personality Jamilah Lemieux

“The VSBs do take a few stances that I don’t agree with; for example, The Champ is very cynical about platonic friendships between men and women (though he mentions having homegirls a few times in the book) and both of them are a bit old-school about the idea of a woman approaching a man. However, I’ve found a lot of things that I connect with throughout the book and the run of the site (I predict the term “Diva Dudes” to become part of the official educated Negro lexicon within the year) and reading their work feels like talking to a few of my snarky, brilliant homeboys more than anything else.”

Witty, crass, insightful, and uproarious, The Champ and Panama Jackson of VerySmartBrothas.com combine a unique blend of past experiences, tongue-in-cheek observations, timely pop-culture references, and outlandish analogies to create their occasionally exasperating but always entertaining relationship expertise. And, whether they’re addressing the importance of Facebook chivalry, listing signs that he’s a “pretend playa,” outing the “Diva Dudes,” or outlining why a working sense of humor is so critical when recording a personal sex tape, Your Degrees Won’t Keep You Warm at Night is the definitive guide for the contemporary dater.

From Helena Andrews (Author of “Bitch Is the New Black”)

“Written by Damon “the Champ” Young and Panama Jackson, the two “very smart brothas” behind the blog of the same name, Your Degrees isn’t the latest literary money pit for pitiful women looking to “find, keep and understand a man.” Instead, the book, which reads more like a “best of” blog series (in a good way), is a case study in new-millennium mating for like-minded folk who live near a metro. The book is playful without being patronizing.”

From award-winning essayist and media personality Jamilah Lemieux

“The VSBs do take a few stances that I don’t agree with; for example, The Champ is very cynical about platonic friendships between men and women (though he mentions having homegirls a few times in the book) and both of them are a bit old-school about the idea of a woman approaching a man. However, I’ve found a lot of things that I connect with throughout the book and the run of the site (I predict the term “Diva Dudes” to become part of the official educated Negro lexicon within the year) and reading their work feels like talking to a few of my snarky, brilliant homeboys more than anything else.”

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David Archuleta Talks Relationships & Dating

Facebook.com – Become a Fan! Twitter.com – Follow Us! Which music star and American Idol favorite admits that he’s never been a relationship and isn’t ready quite yet? That answer is next. HEllo music lovers. I’m your girl Joslyn Davis coming to your from our new ClevverTV headquarters in Hollywood. One of the most adorable dudes in the entertainment world, David Archuleta is going on the record with Latina Magazine saying that: “You know, the time will come. I’ll know when I’m ready and right now it’s just not the time yet. It’s when you find that person that you feel comfortable around.” So for this year at least, there won’t be any kissing going on for David under the misteltoe, but nothing seems to get this happy-go-lucky guy down. David’s playing it smart, waiting for that right person to come along – in fact, the singer chatted with an entertainment show in Singapore recently saying that he’s never been in a relationship before. No puppy love, no serious crushes, and no first kiss – he’s waiting for that special person. Although the smart singer notes his lack of a love life as a “blessing” because it’s helped keep him focused. Now for those of you ladies out there crushing big-time on David, you may want to pick up his album, because one of his songs, which is called “My Kind of Perfect,” basically outlines what he’s looking for. If you think you’re Archie’s kind of perfect, why don’t you tell us why in the comments section. And stick with us at ClevverTV for
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How was your experience dating african american ?

Question by Digital B: How was your experience dating african american ?
How was your experience dating african american ?

Dear (educated not for money)
asian girls who have dated african american guys
(and other black guy with good career holding or talented guy…)

how was the cultural difference ?
and attitude of them ? Is it easy to get along
with different of nationality??
are they kinda violent ><'' sorry to ask like this but thanks 4 readin... The reason why i asked because i have lots of come up from them but i am quite scare/doubt how the relationship will be like...thanks heap! Best answer:

Answer by Poppy
This is really hard to understand. If I’m reading it correctly I’d have one thing to say “If in doubt…..do without!

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Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (6/11) Movie CLIP – Remember Me (2004) HD

As the world disappears, Joel (Jim Carrey) relives the moment when he first asked out Clem (Kate Winslet), and she challenges him to “Remember me.” TM & © Universal (2011) Buy Movie: www.amazon.com Scene: Remember Me – movieclips.com Movie Details: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) – movieclips.com Cast: Jim Carrey, Kate Winslet Director: Michel Gondry Producer: Anthony Bregman, Charlie Kaufman, David L. Bushell, Georges Bermann, Glenn Williamson, Michael Jackman, Steve Golin Screenwriter: Charlie Kaufman, Michel Gondry, Pierre Bismuth Film Description: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind is a 2004 American romantic fantasy film scripted by Charlie Kaufman and directed by Michel Gondry. The film uses elements of science fiction, nonlinear narration and neosurrealism to explore the nature of memory and romantic love. It opened in North America on March 19, 2004 and grossed over US million worldwide. Kaufman and Gondry worked on the story with Pierre Bismuth, a French performance artist. The film stars Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet and features Kirsten Dunst, Mark Ruffalo, Tom Wilkinson, Elijah Wood, Jane Adams, and David Cross. The title is taken from the poem Eloisa to Abelard by Alexander Pope, the story of a tragic love affair, where forgetfulness became the heroine’s only comfort. The film became a critical and commercial success, developing a strong cult following and receiving myriad accolades, winning the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay
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Why Black Men Are Dating Other Races Pt. 1 -GurlTalkkTV

This special series explores some of the reasons why black men are beginning to date outside their race more frequently. Please remember that it is all perspective and there is no true right or wrong answer to this ever growing phenomenon. Interracial dating is defined as marriage or sexual relations between individuals of different races. According to the US Census, in 2000 there were 1432908 Hispanic Origin-white marriages.[18] , 504119 Asian-white marriages, 287576 black-white marriages, 97822 Hispanic Origin-black marriages, 40317 Asian-Hispanic Origin[19] marriages, and 31271 Asian-black marriages. Today the vast majority of African-Americans possess varying degrees of European and Native American admixture; some estimates put average African-American possession of European admixture at 25% with figures as high as 50% in the Northeast and less than 10% in the south. A recent study by Mark D. Shriver of a European-American sample found that the average admixture in the white population is 0.7% African and 3.2% Native American. However, 70% of the sample had no African admixture. The other 30% had African admixture ranging from 2% to 20% with an average of 2.3%. By extrapolating these figures to the whole population some scholars suggest that up to 74 million European-Americans may have African admixture in the same range (2-20%).

Do you considerate it a betrayal of our race when you see an african American dating someone of another race?

Question by Raj Faneen: Do you considerate it a betrayal of our race when you see an african American dating someone of another race?
Why dilute our blood line, don’t you know that what whitey wants us to do?

Best answer:

Answer by ♥c0c0puffz♥
No it’s none of my business who dates who.

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