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(Never mind the fact that Obama just may like 19-year-old Rory Farquharson.) Kaufman trudged out all the expected facts: According to a Pew Research poll, only 30 percent of black adults were married as of 2015.
And, yes, it’s really hard for black women — especially those with degrees — to marry an equally yoked brother, because black men don’t go to college and they all end up in jail. So this is why I sat at yet another Thanksgiving dinner table without a partner at my side — because nobody finds me attractive? If black women are so undesirable, why is everything from our cornrows to our curvy behinds being appropriated by the likes of the Kardashians?
This 33-year-old Highness brings out the cougar in me.
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First, I don’t understand why the wife and mother have to compete for the man’s heart.Try out the free online demo right in the browser, or purchase today on Steam!Britain’s Prince Harry and his fiancee Meghan Markle pose for photographers during a photocall in the grounds of Kensington Palace in London, Monday Nov. Britain’s royal palace says Prince Harry and actress Meghan Markle are engaged and will marry in the spring of 2018. So in addition to the crazy speculation and preparation — oooh, what she wear?(Sarcasm intended.) And then Kaufman threw in this almost four-year-old factoid pointing to OKCupid: black women are America’s least-desired group by men of all races. These stats continue to reinforce the jacked-up notion that the single, college-educated woman is on the fast track to old maid status, and that makes happiness more and more elusive.“The negative cycle — especially in dating — sucks us in,” said Pax Tandon, a Philadelphia positive psychology expert and wellness coach.