Those things are most important, of course, but remember that relationships need full-time nurturing and maintenance too.
We’ve heard men tell us that Black women often come across as if we don’t want to be bothered when we’re out and about in public.
Often times, if we are accomplished, we’re seen as too independent, and if we don’t have an established career and completely cater to a man’s needs, we’re often looked at as “gold diggers.” We can’t win!
Sorry to bring this "black girl" malarkey but I had to create a thread on this.
I was going to do it yesterday but I thought no, leave it. Nothing wrong with black/asain guys jeez Healthy clean discussion!
Because of this, some Black men believe that women of other races maintain a more light, airy “fun girl” approach to love in their adult years, which they ultimately find more attractive.
They feel that after a while, our focus shifts from being the "fun girlfriend" to being more practical instead and solely concerned with insuring the house is clean, meals are made and children are taken care of.