On black women dating

It shows you where and how to meet White men, how to make yourself more interracially approachable and gives guidelines for screening emotionally available White males into your social life.Women often see men as foreign psychological territory, and racial differences accentuate this misperception.

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Smith also contributes such "gems of wisdom" as: read books about interracial romances in public so whites will know that you are receptive, work to overcome the discomfort you will surely feel at the unaccustomed situation of meeting blue or green eyes, and dress like the white women you know.

The only people who will derive any benefit from the information in this book are those who know zero about white men.

Who is he, and what makes him qualified to write about this subject?

When an author goes beyond using a pseudonym to shield his complete identity from the reader, I can't help but wonder what's wrong.

As soon as I began reading the text I was bothered by the author's failure to follow even elementary rules of good writing.

Almost every point he made was repeated, nearly verbatim, in several places. Plus, he never provided any real bases for his conclusions.

To think that someone would pass up love because of what others thought.

I wonder if this book was written by a white guy at all.

The white guys described in the book, are ones that I would not date---they are the ones that would probably keep a sistah a secret or would want the sistah to hang around (on the down low of course) until Me Ma, Paw Paw or Nanna pass over.

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