Dating black blog
We’re all one people, and there’s really no yours or mine.
Remember the last time you protested, “We’re not all like that” before stereotyping your interracial date.
Men (including African-American men) write back to African-American women at about a 20% lower rate.
This result is somewhat reminiscent of the famous resume study done by Marianne Bertrand and Sendhil Mullainathan, which found that employers who place want ads were less likely to respond to resumes from people with African-American sounding names.
She joined dating site Plenty of Fish to try and find ‘something serious’ – but has since been forced to delete the app after discovering that many of the guys on it just wanted to see what it’s like to have sex with a black woman.
Filomena Kaguako has written an open letter to demand men stop fetishising her. Even when there is some element of truth, it’s still a generalization and we aren’t cookie cutter figures.Refrain from saying things like, “I heard your people”.There's been a lot of talk over the past few months over the dating prospects for black women.Besides the occasional dip, I've tried to stay clear as I think this is the kind of conversation where there's a lot of condemnation and very little exploration.