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I Love My Black Men

I'm the one who helped raise you. I gave birth to you, but you don't want me. I cooked for you; I cleaned for you. Even when you didn't have I gave you what I had. When you needed good loving I opened my legs and gave you some good loving. I rubbed your head and told you it would be okay even when it wasn't.

When the world told you no I said, "Yes, baby. Anything for you. I believe in you."

Even when you made me cry I was still there for you. Even when I knew I was sharing you with that woman across town, I still loved you.

Yet in still; if I had my choice I would still love you. Something about the curve of your back, your swagger, that beautiful brown skin that keep me coming back. I love my black men.

Question: What is it about your black man you love?
What is it about your black woman that makes you love her?

Why Can't A Successful Black Woman Find A Man?

What Makes You Loveable?

This is a repost that a friend was kind enough to point me to.  Some things I agree with and others I don't.  It's always good to hear someone else's opinion.  Just starting the conversation....


Why women believe that we love them

Published on July 23, 2008 in Warrior of Light.
By Paulo Coelho

In this case the title of the newsletter is not right. Since in the previous Warrior of Light Online I said refused to write about the reasons why men love woman (I would be considered a male chauvinist South-American writer who despises the liberation movement of the opposite sex), a reader called Julia decided to do it for me. So now we have the feminine version of why we love women. Of course, I don’t agree with everything, but this is a (relatively) free tribune. Let’s see what Julia has to tell us:

We men love women because they still feel they are adolescents even after they grow old.

Because they smile every time they pass a child.

Because they walk down the street erect,…

Are You Willing to Settle?

Men are from Mars and women are from Venus. Are we that completely different? I think not. Sometimes it feels as if we're speaking different languages, but desire the same things. I love how women deal with potential relationships like a trip to the grocery store.

1. Attractive
2. Intelligent
3. Spiritual
4. Loving
I could go on with the list, but you get my point. We check these items off as we're shopping for an inanimate object, not a person. Men have items on their list too. I consider myself an equal opportunity employer. Although I've come to the realization that there are some things I'm not willing to overlook or accept. Even funnier is how men and women expect to go to the club and find their "soul mate". If you did, please let me know how that's working for you. That's what happens when you hump for a bargain.

The way you begin a relationship is the way you usually finish. Meaning: Issues you deal with in the beginning can sometimes be the very …