I am beyond disgusted at how quality, high-value black women are left withering on the vine. I just got this letter today:
I’ve just stumbled upon your YouTube page and have recently visited your website and I’m so glad to have found you. I have some questions as to why I don’t seem to get approached by men.
I am a 25 year old grad student applying to med school this year and I’m active in my church as well as stay physically active and have a pretty busy life. I’m interested in interracial dating but I’m clueless on how to go about it. Any help would be so greatly appreciated. I mainly would like to know where I can go to meet some great guys that are open to it. I live in Atlanta, GA. I know I know the south isnt a good place for that kind of thing but I have seen many many interracial couples when I am out and about and would like to know how I can get one. Lol thanks and I hope to hear from you very soon.
Why. Why. WHY?!
Take a look at this woman.
Similar to doctor, Misee Harris, quality women like this are getting passed over…but why? A woman who looked like this and with the kind of credentials she has would have been snatched up and locked down with an engagement ring right about now. Lucky for Misee, she listened to me, and now she’s moving full speed with a wonderful, European, Emmy Award-winning screen writer. Now it’s this girl’s turn!
It’s time for this young lady to read, Swirling: How to Date, Mate and Relate, Mixing Race, Culture and Creed, and start connecting with QUALITY men of ALL races, because while she’s in the south, Atlanta is an international hub–especially for people in the medical field. She shouldn’t have to look far to find her rainbeau…more than likely they’ll be more than a few men right in her circle who would LOVE to date her.
Ladies, give this woman a new perspective!