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This episode we will discuss Single Black Women. We will also discuss the struggles and challenges of dating and marriage in 2013. I have many sister that are educated, beautiful and spiritual but they cant get this relationship thing right. Is it because of men, or is it because of other factors. I honestly don't know however we have to find out why.
Some studies suggest that by age 30, only 50 percent of black women are likely to tie the knot; these numbers pale in comparison to other groups. Some social experts say education and economics play key roles in the disparity and that marriage is increasingly becoming the domain of society's elite. We will also discuss single parenting, in addition to black men. If you would like more information or to add to this discussion email me .
In today’s society, when discussing the challenges surrounding black women achieving love, we often hear about the lack of educated, professional black men, the high number of homosexual black men and the large amount of black men incarcerated in this country…However, we rarely hear about the promiscuity, tattoos/piercings, emotional baggage, and overall lack of respectability that plays a huge role in many black women not being taken seriously by quality men seeking a wife. Please join me on “The Dedan Tolbert Show” LIVE TONIGHT at 9:00pm EST as we discuss “Why are so Many ‘Strong’ Black Women Single?” Feel free to call in with comments to 646 200 0366 or listen LIVE online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com... “REAL Radio that Matters for over 10 Years” #RRTM
Often there is discussion and studies regarding black women being single, without a mate. Nobody ever tries to bring forth dialogue regarding ending the crisis. Now African American Women Matters have.
African American men are very liberal about dating outside his race. And is known to be a very staunch supporter of interracial love. I don't have anything against anyone that date outside their race.
I don't have a problem with black women that date outside of their race. I've heard that the black community isn't really supportive and somewhat ostracize black women that date out. It has been said that the black community is willing to embrace white women as an in-law but not a white male as an in-law. Is this true? If why?
Should the black community try to be more inclusive to black women involved in interracial relationships. Should African American women become vocal about ending the single black women crisis? So much 'ratchedness' would end if single black women could find a partner. Let's be civil and discuss this topic. If you think AAWM is wrong to bring this topic to the table explain why.
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.
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