quote:I'm from the MD area, educated in DC[Georgetown U], returned to DC after grad school and have found that black women are the least approachable women of the all. Many DC black men agree with me on this.
"Least approachable?" Can you elaborate on this? Do you mean to say that Black women in Washington, DC are the most intimidating? And if so, whhat do you find so intimidating about these women?
quote:Have you ever been to Georgetown? Adams Morgan? [ALL HIGH RENT DISTRICTS AND FULL OF PROFESSIONAL BROTHERS] Brothers are available, they just are choosing other.
Yes to both questions. And the reason why brothers in these two areas are often seen with "other women" is because, Adams Morgan, Georgetown especially, are multiracial areas. I shop in these areas and they are heavily populated with people from all races and ethnic groups. Because of its many clothing stores, restaurants, pubs, and coffee houses, Georgetown is also a popular tourist spot. In any event, your comment does bring to mind another suggestion that I would like to add to the author's list and that is for Black women, and people in general, to become more outgoing. You can't expect to find love simply going to work and then returning home. Compared to antisocial folks, people who are active in the community tend to take a lot less time to find love. If you guys are ever in the Washington, DC area, visit Georgetown, that would be a great place to start, since so many different types of people go there to hang out. The only problem is that you would probably have to pay for parking , which is why I don't take too many trips out into the city.