I'm a straight woman, (for the most part (lol:) but I've noticed that black women are starting to "experiment" with other women at a rapid rate. Well, maybe not rapid, but it's definitely happening more.
The moment of the evening for me, as a newcomer to J.Davey, was when she peeled off her fedora during her performance and revealed, her beautiful, funky Mohawk. It was one of the best I have seen on a Black woman in a long time.
71 percent of black and white dating diagnosed with breast cancer show a five year survival rate, while 86 percent of white women show a survival rate of five years.
If one wishes for a spiked look style, sectioning of the hairs is the first step and gripping the root of the hair and pull upwards is the next step. The iron should be rolled at the end of sections of hair so that they do not stand straight and can be rolled in different direction to get different look.
I do believe opposites attract. But there has got to be some concrete similarities to keep them together. Trust me; you can't change anyone unless they are in diapers. So, seek understanding of the term "EQUALLY YOKED" and realize that has less to do with color than it has to do with spirit and knowledge of self.
If you know of white men who are "not attracted to black women", and haven't seen too many interracialrelationshipdating.com or approaching black women, don't make a sweeping judgment about all white men. You don't like it when a sweeping judgment, better known as a stereotype, is applied to you, do you? Despite popular belief, it does not benefit you to hate, stereotype or dismiss white men. So don't do it.
Because I have grown up in a Christian household as well, it's hard for me to look at these women and praise them for broadening their horizons in that way, but at the same time, I'm glad that black women are considering other options.
Most men that join these sites end up with nothing to show for it. They either get not interest at all, or if they get even just a little bit, it does not amount to much in the grand scheme of things.
Work with your hair to try and find a hairstyle that doesn't put tension on your scalp. Many Black women suffer from traction alopecia from wearing tight braids, extensions, hair pieces, hair rubbers, and wigs. If worn frequently, these will pull the hair out and cause the hairline to recede. One style that is easy to do with medium length natural Black hair is to wet the hair, gently comb it, smooth it back and gather it into a scrunchie. Just be sure to take the scrunchie out at night. Another style for natural Black hair that is short in length is to wear a soft fabric headband around the head. Match the headband fabric to the color of your outfit for a nice look.