The GG is the guy that guy that will not refuse your request for help when you see him, see you, struggling with groceries but he would have crept by if you hadn’t seen him; and you know this.In other words, the GG is the guy who was around the abuse, but not a part of it.
Third, she should know that just because she wants a man who is equally successful or exceeds her income does not make her a gold-digger.Karazin, who is known for her popular blog “Beyond Black White.com” (and is married to a non-Black man), and Littlejohn, a journalist for more than 20 years, write candidly about the personal journeys of interracial dating and marriage.The duo also discuss why it is increasing important for more Black women who are interested in having a male partner to look outside the limited pool of Black men for mates.He’s the guy that ‘hears’ what the other guys say about females in their social circle.He’s the guy who is willing to do man stuff if you make a special request that he don his cape and come to your rescue.According to the 2010 Census, interracial partnering in the United States has increased as people of different races are committing to marriage or co-habitation.
Among opposite sex married couples, one in 10 (5.4 million couples) are interracial, a 28 percent jump since 2000.
A man who wants to please me, will give me what I want, at least enough to let me know that what I want is important and that he’s attentive to my needs.
A GG will take me to a place of his choice, which is not necessarily a bad thing, but there will be no concern for whether I am pleased with it or not.
For those considering the idea of an interracial relationship, journalists Christelyn D.
Karazin and Janice Rhoshalle Littlejohn have come to the rescue with their guidebook, “Swirling: How to Date, Mate, and Relate Mixing Race, Culture and Creed” (Atria Books; $15).
And considering that this is a dating website, I’ll presume that you folks would love to determine who is and is not a good fit for you as well.