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May 27, 2010

Interracial and intercultural mixing is at an all time high.  Yet, black women continue to be under-loved and under appreciated–and frankly, some of us are little skittish about dating someone outside our race.  If you reading this blog, I’m guessing that you’re at least a little bit open to the idea of meeting someone who has a completely different background than you.  And if you’re still holding out for your black prince, go for it.  Just don’t overlook the yellow prince, white prince, and red prince you might pass without a second thought.

This blog is meant to support a movement.  If you’re in an interracial and/or intercultural relationship, come here for support.  Come here to see other couples that look just like you.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. May 28, 2010 3:25 am

    Amen!!!! I 100% agree with this post. Black women, and all women for that matter, deserve to be loved FULLY. Whether that love comes in a white, yellow, red, or brown package is irrevelant. To all the women out there, please give yourselves a chance! Love without racial boundaries is how God meant for it to be.

  2. NiQ permalink
    May 29, 2010 8:11 am

    I’m waiting on my white, brown, yellow or red prince…and he needs to hurry up lol.

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