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Reply to "Cognitive dissonance and the black woman"

Originally posted by Rowe:
If brother Detroit, however, re-enters this discussion, either today or tomorrow, to tell me that he does in fact pursue women of substance (that is, women who have a lot more to offer a relationship, other than their looks), then I will accept his testament as the truth, rather than reading something into his statements that are just not there.

Not to leave you hanging, but sure; I pursue women of substance. (I didn't mean
to infer that I didn't).

I'll share. Substance to me as a balance of mind, body and soul: A combination of tacit intelligence, enticing physical and a heart sweet as pie.

And like many men, I've been through a developmental stage in life where I made the mistake of seeking out sistas strictly based on how good the sight of her in tight pants/jeans fit her thighs and ass; I was totally helpless to it.

Fortunately, I evolved pass the two dimensional to a point where I find the most
assurance in non-tangible, real qualities like personality; I've come to realize that a
women's beauty is projected from her inside out coming together in everything
that she is. This didn't happen biologically; I had to figure this out on my own.