Jill scott interracial dating article
I don't give a damn what Jill Scott feels inside whenever she sees an interracial couple. Edit: I guess beyond that I should say this argument is a little threadbare bit I still like to see people's opinions and so I'm hoping at least a few people here decide to comment.
Maybe she doesn't want to date outside her race. I am a white woman married to a wonderful black man who I love very much but not enough to go with him to see Jill Scott (who he loves) here in NOLA at essence festival.
The point about "African people worldwide" is a tip off.
Now I ride for my folks, but we certainly are no more "welcoming and open-minded" than any other group of people.
To be blunt--I think people who spend their time stressing about the DNA admixture in other people's relationship need to give some thought to boundaries.I know this is off topic, but I was just reading this post on The YBF about Jill Scott's column in Essence Mag about black men dating white women and thought it was pretty thought provoking. I can understand her sentiment, but I feel like this idea only perpetuates the feelings of black/white tension.By her own reckoning Jill Scott's friend is "new." All she knows about him is that he's nice-looking, well compensated and loves his mother.He could have a trail of baby momma's from Oakland to Kansas City.