Dating book for black women who want to date
He also used such a limited vocabulary that I felt I was reading a young adult novel on par with R. The entire book reads like a poorly written high school term paper.My third major complaint was the seemingly racist and patronizing attitude the author displayed toward blacks.
This book shows how to better understand, cope with, and tune out the various social pressures and initiate unembarrassed interracial relationships.The book had potential, but that was lost within the context of stereotypes and assumptions.There are other really good books on this subject that are really wonderful and written by women of color that are involved with non black men; I'll stick with those.Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.One bit of advice was for black women to ignore other blacks in public and focus exclusively on white males to make themselves more cross-culturally appealing.
Why would any self-respecting black woman want a man who only found her desirable when she distanced herself from those who shared her racial background?
Smith also contributes such "gems of wisdom" as: read books about interracial romances in public so whites will know that you are receptive, work to overcome the discomfort you will surely feel at the unaccustomed situation of meeting blue or green eyes, and dress like the white women you know.
The only people who will derive any benefit from the information in this book are those who know zero about white men.
But I will say there is a double standard with interracial dating when it comes to sistahs.
There really isn't a model of dating someone of any ethnicity.
Coming from a multicultural background, I always enjoy books about interracial relationships.