As for women finding a good black man here, the further OTP you are, the more likely you are to find a decent, stable man who wants to settle down.That's a generalization because you can find a trifling man in Snellville just as easily as you can find one in the club/bar scene in the city.It wasn’t a bad exercise as I learned that there are some things that I simply cannot be flexible on. Without it, I can’t hold a good conversation which is the source of my attraction to a man. I think I blacked out for a minute and then after that, I was ready to go.Of course, he can be fine and sexy as Idris Elba but if there’s nothing upstairs, UGH!!! Considering that I’ve been divorced for a few years, I thought I’d try online dating. He went on as if nothing happened and I was truly offended.
I've heard complaints about dating in the almighty NYC.He can't find anything but crazy women with all kinds of odd issues or attitudes or some sort of drama.He is retired military, ex Sargent and has a nice big house in Gwinett.I was too consumed by the moment to be embarrassed, all I could say was “ok”. That took a great deal of testicular fortitude and it was actually very pleasant. Overall, dating in Atlanta is truly an experience that will challenge a woman in more than one way. We either take each experience and learn something from it and grow as we fine tune our selection criteria, or we become bitter and angry because things didn’t work out. Why can't he find all these awesome emotionally stable women in Atlanta?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.but as a black male I can assure you that the 20:1 ratio is a myth Black | Atlanta Another factor in Atlanta affecting single black women dating single black men is the number 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.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. But men of other races also have to be open to wanting to marry black women and many aren't.