Taking Back the Single Black Woman Conversation

When popular dating site OKCupid.com released data about men being less likely to open e-mails from Black women, we threw our hands up in the air out of frustration. We had had it with the negative reports on Black women and dating. Last week, Senior Editor for "The Atlantic" and author of "The Beautiful Struggle" Ta-Nehisi Coates called the ongoing single Black female conversation "objectifying," and indeed there is something creepy about the national attention to our dating lives. Ladies, it's time for us to take back this discussion of Black women finding love... Read More: Black Women Have Less Success In Online DatingCommentary: Stop Talking About Single Black LadiesCommentary: Black Love Is Under Attack


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