Blue collar guys dating accomodating 6 people
You know, I never thought the day would come when I would have something in common with Pamela Anderson. Just like me, Pam doesn't seem to have a particular "type" when it comes to men.
Mac Isaac-Ruff may be the breadwinner, but she finds her husband's career choice refreshing.
While this kind of news is a bit of a shock to our White brothers and sisters, it is by no means anything new to us Brothas and Sistas – indeed, it has been the broken record soundtrack of many of our lives, at least mine.
If I had a dollar for every time I’d seen, heard or read from or about Sistas being in the unenviable position of having it all except an “equal” who was “on their level” I’d never again have to work anywhere.
The article is perhaps even more profound for what it doesn’t say, than what it does – that a “decent date” is something only college-educated and degreed men can offer to women, and/or that only “decent dates” from such men are what counts.
And, as the ensuing comments following the article were keen to point out, invariably these kinds of discussions turn to the “dating/mating/marrying down” variety – i.e., college-educated/white collar professional, and highly accomplished women, having to “slum it” with their “lesser” male counterparts.
Look at celebrities who date other celebrities—don’t necessarily work, right?