After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. Since 2005, I have moved 3 times, and I intend for my next move to be 'long term'... I visit Miami often and LOVE that there are Cubans, Colombians, Jamaicans, Nicaraguans, etc. I want to be in an area where there's lots shopping, lots of different restaurants (not just chains), etc...
About me: -28 y/o - Black Female - College Educated - I work in Corporate Finance - Single w/ no children (I've been very career focused while in Atlanta, I'm starting to date more now - but since I plan to be out of Atlanta soon I'm not looking for anything serious here... I'm in Atlanta where people assume anything brown skin = "Black", light skin = "White", and anything 'other' = "Mexican". Great nightlife - not just clubs/bars, but lounges or low key spots. I love the big city feel, but really dislike seeing abandoned buildings on every block... - A city that is not too spread out - the Atlanta area is VERY spread out, with the downtown/midtown section being very small. - Big cities close to other big cities - if I can hop in the car and drive a couple of hours to another big city for a random day trip or weekend trip, I'm happy. I tend to prefer Hispanic men, but I'm absolutely open to dating all races... If anyone is saying that Cubans/hispanics or any other races are not open to dating blacks are speaking falsely.
This week the Florida Senate approved a rule change that would remove the confederate battle flag from the chamber’s seal; but that effort to get rid of the controversial symbol embraced by racists like the suspect who killed several people in a Charleston Church is itself getting push-back from a Wesley Chapel man.
At a time when one in seven new marriages crosses race or ethnic lines, I think it's time network's TV's depiction of us caught up to reality.At the same time, critics worry that the abundance of prospective dates available online is undermining relationships.Scammers, meanwhile, are using dating sites to extract money from vulnerable targets, and some dating-site users advise caution about maintaining personal safety.would eventually want something serious when I relocate.) My wants/needs: - FRIENDLY DOWN-TO-EARTH people... - I like the idea of living a short distance from a beach. or factories with busted out windows off the highway.. My best friend (a black Cuban that lives in Miami) has stated on numerous occasions that he struggles dating white Cuban ladies b/c white Cubans and black Cubans don't 'mix'... What's the point of diversity if the different races/ethnicities/etc. - If Florida sounds like a possibility - which cities in particular should I look into? Yes, there are a part of ANY race that will want to date their own.Sorry for the long post but tried to include details. But, you will be hard pressed to go anywhere in Florida and NOT find an interracial relationship. You have many races of puerto ricans, italians, cubans, dominicans, mexicans, columbians, asians, jews and europeans from abroad as well as american born who absolutely adore blacks (mostly black americans).Years before, there was the time when certain members of her family seemed to avoid the room I was sitting in at a gathering.And there was the journalist -- a person of color -- who suggested on an Internet message board I couldn't possibly love my wife.Since its start 20 years ago, online dating has grown into a multibillion-dollar industry that includes not only giants such as and e Harmony but also niche sites serving older singles, Christians, Jews, animal lovers, vegans and even would-be vampires.As the business adapts to an increasingly mobile culture, more and more people are accessing dating services through smartphone apps, some of which allow users to appraise potential dates instantly and to accept or reject them with the swipe of a phone screen.And that's the thing I see missing most often in modern portrayals of interracial relationships on network TV.I've written before in this space about how there's been a small, recent rise in the shows featuring these connections -- from NBC's .