Dating is one of the most complicated pastimes of single people. It can also be one of the most exciting and fun. There is so much made in the community and in the media about the issues facing black male-female relationships that certainly one could devote a whole website to it.
In fact there are many websites and black online dating sites dedicated to this topic, but there is one particular website I would recommend related to dating.
Surviving Dating! (www.survivingdating.com) is a website that contains a wealth of information about dating from both the male and female perspective. The fact that both the male and female points of view are represented is the key because fellas, whether we want to believe it or not, all the things we don’t know about dating the women do. From the biggest baller to the man with all the swag, every black man has SOMETHING to learn about dating from a black woman.
Surviving Dating! is run by Deborrah Cooper, a dating and relationship advice columnist for over 18 years. Deborrah has appeared in radio and television programs around the country and has written over 300 articles on the subject of dating. Her articles appear on the Surviving Dating! Website, on Examiner.Com (she is the San Francisco Dating Advice Examiner), and on Ask HeartBeat.Com, which was launched in 1997 and was first site on Black/interracial relationships on the Internet.
Dating is a complex topic and at AfroDaddy.com we are dedicated to helping the brothers through the minefield. The best way to get the answers you need is to go to the best sources of information and Surviving Dating! is a good place to start.
42% of adult black women are unmarried. The number for adult black men is similar, at 43.3%.
There are 1.8 million more black women than black men in the U.S. However quantity is not quality.
The best way to get a new woman's interest is to say something that will make her laugh (that tip from Deborrah).
If you're interested in the online dateing scene, check out our guide to online dating sites for black men.