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Your Thoughts on Black People and Online Dating

What do you think about African-American and Online Dating?  What has been your experience?  Would you recommend it to your friends?  Do you think that it would open up multi-cultural options for single Black women?  What are your thoughts? My … Continue reading

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Bishop Weeks Looking for Wife # 3

In recent videos on his website, Bishop Thomas Weeks, otherwise known as Juanita Bynum’s ex, lists his criteria for the next Mrs. Weeks as someone who can bear children, is sensual and can’t be ugly. How very holy of him!  … Continue reading

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Single Black Men: Is marriage really for white people?

Watch this video and here what Brothers have to say about the matter (from CNN’s Special Reports area of the “Black in America” site. http://www.cnn.com/2008/LIVING/wayoflife/07/22/single.black.women/ index.html#cnnSTCVideo FYI: They also posted this great article on one sista’s singleness http://www.cnn.com/2008/LIVING/wayoflife/07/22/single.black.women/ index.html

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Single Black Women, let us pray…

…for this Negro. *sigh* A few days ago I wrote about a documentary called The Wedding Proprosal (click here) that featured an interview with Thomas Lopez-Pierre of the Harlem Club. Mr. Lopez-Pierre had some “interesting” [cough...scathing] things to say about … Continue reading

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The Wedding Proprosal, hope and single black women

“The Wedding Proposal is a personal documentary where the filmmaker takes stock of her life style and romantic choices during the year of her 35th birthday. The film examines the institution of marriage, opinions and attitudes about marriage and marriage … Continue reading

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Jay-Z and Beyonce Marriage Rumors are the talk of the Black Blogosphere

Here’s what I heard… There was a swirl of activity Friday at the rap mogul’s Tribeca apartment. Delivery trucks funneled in and out of the building, dropping off silver candelabras and white flowers. A white tent was set up on … Continue reading

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Are black people between the ages of 28-45 getting married?

Readers, I need you to think…dig deep for me.  LOL!  How many of the 28-45 year old, single African American you know have gotten married in the last…let’s say 5 years. I KTruth and I live in DC, and we … Continue reading

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The Worst “Moment of Truth” Clip

Karma is a Bitch, Kids! You really don’t want to experience it LIVE on nationals television. This brother should have known better.

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Black Women Doing the White Thang in the UK

As black women dating white men becomes a topic I see more and more of in the black press and on blogs, I wonder…Will the stigma that haunts these relationships in the US be as large as the one that … Continue reading

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42.3% of Black Women Have Never Been Married

How many of you can identify with these women??? Do you believe that everyone has a soulmate??? “We are the most un-partnered people in the United States.” Dayum…that is a powerful statement. Andrea Wiley is talking about it in her … Continue reading

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