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When I think about it, I get why mainstream news outlets would choose to perpetuate yet another unattractive stereotype of Black women.
Women, particularly Black women, are an easy target for a patriarchal industry.
And let’s not forget that the statistics say that Black men aren’t buying into marriage either. 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.
Black women marry across class lines, but not race lines.
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 sexual conquests, doesn’t make you qualified to tell me how to increase my chances of getting married.
For some reason, mainstream media has developed an obsession with Black women and our seemingly tragic lack of opportunites to jump the broom.
Blanks (who by the way is married to a Black woman with multiple college degrees) continues “More than half of married black women who have graduated from college have a less-educated husband who did not.
Yet despite the shortage of black male peers, black women do not marry men of other races.
What began as a murmur of Black women’s character defects, sociologically based theory and statistical data has grown into a steady roar about our supposed lack of desirability.
It seems that Black women have bought into this sensationalistic message, paving the way for a small army of (allegedly) well-intentioned Black men peddling relationship advice to Black women to become wildly successful (and wealthy) all for teaching us how to think more like them while acting like us.
It’s when one of our own joins rank with the establishment that we’ve got to really ask ourselves “What the hell is going on?
” In his 2011 book “Ralph Richard Blanks, a law professor at Stanford University, states that one of the answers to the Black marriage crisis is for the mass of Steve Harvey advice-loving middle-class educated Black women to marry White men.