Editor’s note: Meet. Assess attraction. Court her. (Or him. Or them.) Confess emotions. Discuss monogamy. Marry, possibly. Make children, if you like. The mechanics of dating are universal, regardless of whether you’re black, white, brown or “a colorless person,” as Raven-Symone famously described herself to Oprah in a 2014 interview in many ways. Nevertheless, race can color dating experiences in moment and ways that are major. Many say you will find common, cultural threads, and we’re here to tease them away. Call it a work of love. Listed here is the next of eight in this online show.
The field of digital relationship can feel just like a wonderland. Or perhaps a minefield.
Ghosting, restroom selfies, bad syntax, rude nudes — frustrated singles could be compelled to put their hands up and estimate viral sensation Sweet Brown: “Ain’t nobody got time for that.”