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Are Black Women more submissive in interracial relationships? Do Black women treat men of other ethnicities better than they treat their own? Can either of these questions be answered by saying, its the "forbidden fruit" that causes a mutual admiration? We’ve talked to both sexes and interviewed other ethnicities and both have some very interesting things to say about the questions asked. Tune in this Tuesday at 7:30pm (EST) to join in on the conversation. And as usual we will have all the latest and greatest commentary on Sports, Entertainment, News, and Politics with our brand of scenisism and comic relief. Real Talk All The Time 100% Real Unpolished, unrehearsed, and unapologetic, real talk for real people. www.realtalkallthetime.com. The call in is 347-637-3010.
There's a lot of conversation about black men & women of other races, how they treat those women but recently a video has been circulating that has sparked the conversation about how differently black women behave when they date outside their race.
This week Playing Devil's Advocate™ hosted by Ms. KiKi, the crew will discuss that video and explore interracial relationships from the black woman’s perspective.
Do black women feel like black men don’t value and revere their women like they do “others”?
Do black women only date out their race because they have given up on black men?
Do black women behave differently when they are in relationships with non-black men?
This conversation is not to be missed and your participation is a must, so set a reminder and JOIN THE DISCUSSION!
And if that's not enough we have our Producer Cousin Chan's "Drink of the Week" and our weekly “Ask PDA” advice letter!! If you want to give your two cents....contact us on Facebook, Twitter, via email, or in our interactive chat room or LIVE on Youtube Wed night!
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Tonight on Meeting of the Minds Robert and Michael discuss Interracial Relationships and what role they play in todays society. Interracial Relationships have become much more accepted and even common in todays society, but certain issues still remain. The guys want to shed light on some of the social stigmas and barriers that interracial relationships still produce and to bring some of these things to the surface. Join the guys and they discuss their own experiences with interracial relationships and where we see this issue going in the future.
Every Friday night the Ladies (RGOBA) of the Bay Area have a heart to heart about issues that concern women. This Friday the topic will be interracial realtionships. Why are so many Black men choosing to date and/or marry outside their race and was OJ Simpson penalized for marrying a white woman? Special guest and co-host James Cannon (father of Nick Cannon) will be joining for this discussion.
Over the years, there has been significant debate on the impact that interracial relationships have on the black community as a whole. As more blacks become conscious of their history and heritage, they are viewing interracial relationships in a different light. Is it okay for a black man to bypass a black queen to marry a white women? Does a black woman slight her race when she chooses to marry a white man? These are questions that need to be examined in depth. We will do just that in this episode of Real Talk with Rick and J. Rich.
ARE YOU DOWN WITH THE SWIRL?
What is your overall opinion of interracial dating? Do the potential rewards outweigh the challenges?
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Honey HUSH, the show that features Stephanie "THE LAKER GURL" Beard and Robert Redwine . They will introduce you to the other hosts and guests that will participate on the show each week. Life & Love Relationships between woman and man! Engaging grown folks in conversation with their opinion on *Rules of Life & Love - In the game of Life and Love ...there ARE rules!!! "She" has her rules and "He" has his. He Said/She Said battle of the sexes, giving listeners the opportunity to finally see how the other gender thinks. Honey HUSH! 347-205-9366 #HONEYHUSH
Interracial/Cultural Marriage and RelationshipJoin us for THE BRIDGET NORVELL SHOW @12p.m Eastern time...
Tune in while we talk to our guest about the the ups and the downs of interracial/cultural relationships.
FYI: If you have been in an interracial relationship we would love to hear your story.
We would love to hear what you think about it?
Do you believe in it?
What if your Son or Daughter brought home some one of the opposite race?
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*We will also follow up on the biology of belief (the book) and more.
Hi Bedroom Playmates,
On this episode we are discussing Interracial Relationships. Is there an issue in the Black community when it comes to white or other ethnic women dating black men but less of an issue when a black woman dates a white man or any other ethnicity? Why do we see such uprest when a Black male celebrity or athlete date a woman of another ethnicity? Is it really about the woman he has chosen to date or is it something more ingrain within the Black culture?
Are interracial relationships any different from relationships of the same ethnic group.
Does love actually have a color? What is your preference? Why or why wouldn't you date someone of an opposite ethnic group?
What about interracial relationships in the LGBT community? Do they face the same issues as heterosexual couples?
We want to talk about this. This will be a healthy discussion. We are having guest host Tessie Wilmot on the show to engage us in this topic.
Join us and share your thoughts.
Interracial relationships are on a rise in the United States. Interracial married couples grew by 28 percent from 2000 to 2010, making 8.4 percent of all current U.S. marriages mixed-raced.
So, it’s no surprise that there has been an explosion of television shows featuring interracial couples. However, mainstream television series that portray Black people in interracial relationships – with Black women in particular – appear to far outnumber programs depicting Black couples.
In 1975, “The Jefferson" was the first television series to garner attention to featuring the first African American/Caucasian marriage. The series ran for 10-years. Just recently, there has been a huge influx of television shows that promote interracial relationship – with its most popular and most controversial – ABC’s "Scandal".
On this episode of Hot Topics Talk Radio, we’re going to examine the rise of shows which promote interracial relationships, and the decrease of shows that depict Black relationships and marriages. We are asking the question, “Is Black marriage going away in mainstream television?”
Join us on Wednesday, July 16, 2014
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