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Show Thre Show Posts. Go to Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick! Some forums can only be seen by registered members. View detailed profile Advanced or search site with Search Forums Advanced. Maybe, maybe not. Still doesn't change that men still have more options here and finding a man that wants a serious relationship is nearly impossible.
Originally Posted by Freeminds.
How do you figure men "have more options"? If there are roughly same amount of women to men then how is that possible?
You have to narrow it down to men that are single, quality, straight and emotionally available. It's not simply a one-to-one comparison.
My girlfriend's dad black and attractive who is a widower and in his 50s actually wants a woman with kids because he wants to raise another family. He can't find anything but crazy women with all kinds of odd issues or attitudes or some sort of drama.
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He is retired military, ex Sargent and has a nice big house in Gwinett. Why can't he find all these awesome emotionally stable women in Atlanta? Last edited by Freeminds; at PM. Bottom line is, Atlanta just isn't a good place for single black women.
I missed this.
Black women all over the country aren't getting married much. It's a big issue. I say they just date outside the race. The ration is a myth that has been applied to the city.
Dating while black
The problem with the question you ask is how you may define professional or educated because both are used very loosely. Is this considered professional? Depends on who you ask. Of course the higher up the socio-economic ladder you go the smaller the crowd so the whole question of single black professionals in Atlanta is somewhat of an enigma depending on who's asking and who's answering.
Here's a link detailing some black demographic information for Atlanta Originally Posted by southkakkatlantan. Another factor in Atlanta affecting single black women dating single black men is the of single black men who prefer to date other men honestly.
Now that I'm living in another city Atlanta stands out to me as being the 1 spot I would choose to move to if I were a single black gay male. While I don't agree with the whole " men have too many options" mantra, as if men will just settle with anything, doesn't that make you extra special to be chosen when that someone has many other options?
It's not that easy because black women are the least desired of women of all races in this country, which is why black women don't get married much. Black women aren't marrying because they don't want to be married, black women aren't marrying because they don't have many options to choose from.
I agree that black women shouldn't limit themselves to black men. I don't myself. But men of other races also have to be open to wanting to marry black women and many aren't. Please register to post and access all features of our very popular forum.
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Atlanta: live in, professionals. User Name. Remember Me. Advanced Search. View detailed profile Advanced or search site with. Search Forums Advanced. 13 of Location: Sweet Home Quote: Originally Posted by Freeminds How do you figure men "have more options"? Quote: Originally Posted by Freeminds I missed this. Quote: Originally Posted by southkakkatlantan Another factor in Atlanta affecting single black women dating single black men is the of single black men who prefer to date other men honestly.