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He reported on his experiences dating black women, and was communicating to a majority white, male audience. They’re More Grounded Dreams are great and everyone should have them but Black women understand that there are dreams and there’s the day-to-day in which things actually have to get done.When I started dating my husband back in 1999, there was absolutely no place, discussion or support for Black women who were dating and/or married interracially.Necessity is the mother of invention when it comes to the work I do!Before I get to the news, there’s an thought I’d like to offer.Many male black-woman haters who profit on the degradation of us to the world often mock that black women are so “desperate” for outside validation–in particular from white men.