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There is a lot to talk about these days when it comes to black love and relationships. One consistent target audience for those seeking to make millions from the situation are black women in their thirties trying to find Mr. Right. Some find him quickly and permanently. Others spend their lives thinking that a white man is going to make it all better. Sil Lai Abrams at Ebony.com says that women may want to reconsider the notion that their white knight is the answer to their problems. She says that white men are no better than black ones, and that perhaps the goal should be to look within yourself and your own relationships in order to secure better outcomes.
NaturallyMoi.com tells more:
Sil lai Abrams, the relationship expert for Ebony.com, writes about the confused state of affairs in black relationships that leads to many experts pushing black women to date white men. She says that the there is an entire industry that has been created by men making millions by giving flawed dating advice to black women, like megapastors selling prosperity gospel to help you pay the bills. Abrams says the following:
Forgive me for saying this, but I have a hard time stomaching this trend. Just because you were raised in a family of women, or that you’ve slept with so many of us that you could start a national sorority comprised of your s****l conquests, doesn’t make you qualified to tell me how to increase my chances of getting married. And let’s not forget that the statistics say that Black men aren’t buying into marriage either. Hello? That’s like Johnnie Cochran giving the State of California inside information to gain OJ Simpson’s conviction. As commitmentphobic as Black men supposedly are, I think there’s a valid reason to say that this advice dispensing could be viewed as a serious conflict of interest.