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Originally posted by virtue:


Sigh... I never thought I'd ever say this but..... dang! With all of the trouble many sistas find with finding a black man that will appreciate them.... dang.... maybe it's time to look elsewhere....



Virtue



Don't worry, Virtue. If my experience with black women means anything, there are enough black men around to make a lot of sistas feel they can act a fool and run through as many of us as they feel like. Frown

Was that Roger Ebert or a wax dummy?
Robin Givens's man couldn't be American. She had to get a foreign dude. If she can (allegedly) take a punch from Mike Tyson Roll Eyes and she, her mom AND Don King take his money, what black guy (hell, what AMERICAN guy of any race) would want to get with her after her divorce?

That's Robin's mail order husband.
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Originally posted by Huey:
protest Btw, I don't think I would add Woody Allen and Soon Yi on the list. Yes, they're interracial, but come on. Soon Yi is Woody's step-daughter/wife. He adopted her, had sex with her, then married her and sired a child with her. Ewww!

She's screwed for life. She's her own grandmother now!


"You can dog and diss michael jackson all you wanna/ but woody allen molested then married his step-daughter/ the same press dogging michael's name/ show woody and soon yi at a playoff game" - Mos Def tfro
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Originally posted by detroit1:
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Originally posted by virtue:


With all of the trouble many sistas find with finding a black man that will appreciate them.... dang.... maybe it's time to look elsewhere....



The deceptive rhetoric continues......


I'm waiting for these same women to blame black men for global warming, the Iraq war, world hunger and any other negative connotation as to why some black women venture off into a cesspool of anti-Black male propaganda.
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Originally posted by qty226:
Yes this was an interesting thread.

What i notice is that, these black women are different in every way, but found love............and seem to be getting married.

Some are light skin, dark skin, over weight, athletic, short hair, long hair, etc...............and these men are not complaining!!

I love it!!! appl


How do you know it's "love"?

How do you know these *men* aren't using these women for their own superficial agenda?
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Originally posted by virtue:


Sigh... I never thought I'd ever say this but..... dang! With all of the trouble many sistas find with finding a black man that will appreciate them.... dang.... maybe it's time to look elsewhere....



Virtue



Aw man, this is hilarious, because this past week, one of my colleagues, who is a published writer and economics professor; and is an African woman (Nigerian;hope she does'nt come to this site; yikes!), has intimated to me that she has met a caucasian male on line (match. com) and has suggested that I do likewise. I have 'a friend', but, she is pushing THIS. She met my friend and told me I could do better. wth! Anyway, I am curious, because she appears to be quite 'pleased' with her internet 'catch'. She met another caucasian male online, who wanted to marry her and move her to Tanzania! What in the world! This African woman and several of her 'sisters' from the continent, are all online with this objective. She is attempting to push me in this direction. She was married to an African man, had two beautiful children (now college age), and she says she wants 'more'. Whatever her definition of more is. She tried to get me to go with her to see ' Something New', and told me how much she enjoyed it. That it is the way for Black/African/American women to go. I told her, men are essentially men, and white men have that extra historical 'baggage' as far as I am concerned. I have met several caucasian males at work, gone out with two; and the jury is deliberating. I have known two other African American women (associates of mine) who met two men online (one caucasian; the other African American) and, they took the chance, met them, dated, and married/moved in with them. Halle Berry's guy is gorgeous; as is Robin Given's. Is'nt Given's guy Antonio Sabato? Anyway, my childhood'dream' for the African cultural utopia, is not to be. I mean, maybe it was just me, and a few of my close female friends, but we had this notion of a Black man for every 'sister', and a Black woman for every 'brother'; but as I've been seeing, non-black women have themselves at times four and five 'brothers' at once, and the 'sisters 0,zilch, nada.
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Originally posted by Dissident:
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Originally posted by qty226:
Yes this was an interesting thread.

What i notice is that, these black women are different in every way, but found love............and seem to be getting married.

Some are light skin, dark skin, over weight, athletic, short hair, long hair, etc...............and these men are not complaining!!

I love it!!! appl


How do you know it's "love"?

How do you know these *men* aren't using these women for their own superficial agenda?


Why would you assume that it isn't for love? Do you imagine somehow that these Black women aren't worthy of love?
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Originally posted by Dissident:
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Originally posted by qty226:
Yes this was an interesting thread.

What i notice is that, these black women are different in every way, but found love............and seem to be getting married.

Some are light skin, dark skin, over weight, athletic, short hair, long hair, etc...............and these men are not complaining!!

I love it!!! appl


How do you know it's "love"?

How do you know these *men* aren't using these women for their own superficial agenda?


Let me answer your question with a question..........

What makes you think they are not in love.........?

If they get married, family etc.....then who am i to dispute it?

My hopes are to find a black man that i can love, and give him several gifts, of beautiful black babies..............but if black men are not desiring this, what should i do?
What black man (in his right mind) wouldn't desire you, or these celebrities? Stop Playin!!!

As I was saying, Heather Headley disappoints because of her song 'He is'. I ass(umed) that(maybe because of the video) she was talking about a strong black man. Not this.....?
Anyhow, that one bites. I mean look at her, she's like pro-sista, and he's....well, "one of these (____) is not like the other one"

Her song used to send chills down my spine. This image ruined it for me Frown
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Originally posted by ricardomath:


Why would you assume that it isn't for love? Do you imagine somehow that these Black women aren't worthy of love?[/QUOTE]

1. There are some conversations white folk don't need to be involved in.

2. Sorry, but I don't feel obligated to justify or explain the inner relationships between black men and black women to a white person. I stopped doing that long ago.
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Originally posted by Dissident:
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Originally posted by ricardomath:

Why would you assume that it isn't for love? Do you imagine somehow that these Black women aren't worthy of love?


1. There are some conversations white folk don't need to be involved in.

2. Sorry, but I don't feel obligated to justify or explain the inner relationships between black men and black women to a white person. I stopped doing that long ago.


Alright then, why don't you explain it to the rest of us? Why do you assume that it isn't for love?
I'm reasonably sure that you don't think these black women are unworthy of love, so what is it?

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