As a matter of fact, you're "it." Go hide while we count to a hundred million.

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Whether you choose to date a sistah or not is neither here nor there, but for the sake of building a strong nation of women, Black men, is it too much to ask for a little courtesy?

Never forget that it was and is us who aide in your safekeeping, both publicly and privately, socially and politically.

She has devoted a great deal of her time and energy on mastering the art of communication in order to create healthy, dynamic, long-lasting relationships.

Before reaching across the color line to make nice, make sure to avoid uttering any of these awkward phrases that'll have the "cool" black guy seeing red.10.

The issue that we as Black women face is the disappointing reality that too often when the Black men does decided to date women of other nationalities, they feel compelled to bash and demean us in the process.

Leaving us to question, “How hard is it to love her without hating us?A link to the You Tube version of this video has been attached for your viewing pleasure, but if you are unsure that you will be able to exercise restraint and not snap off completely, let me give you a quick synopsis and spare you from wasting 10 minutes of your life.According to this woman, Black men prefer White women because: ● Black men can pull hair during sex without the tracks slipping ● They ride for their men and Black women leave them when they are broke ● We carry ourselves in a way that turns the Black man off ● We have 5 or 6 kids by multiple Baby daddies ● We can’t pay our bills because we spend all of our money on weave ● We don’t have father figures ● All of the other races are taking over You get the picture.I don’t have to tell you much about why I would write a post on this topic.I was surprised one day when I was dismissed from a conversation about dating white women by a group of Black women who said, And … They weren’t mad at me, they just announced and kept it moving.The welfare of certain segments of our community will always provoke an emotional response from me—people of color, women, children, the elderly—but for the most part, I consider myself to be a fairly chilled spirit.