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  • Re: How Many of Y'all Have Taken Care of Someone Elses Child, Because of a Relationship?

    Wuwop wrote: »
    Lol

    Not every parent who is no longer with their child's mother/father is looking for someone to take on the role of coparent because they had a child with a deadbeat

    I'm not a parent, but i assume for most they just want someone who'll at least try to establish a friendship with the child ...especially if the relationship progresses

    Can't see any good parent would want to date someone who wants nothing to do with their child

    I've never dated anyone with a child but im not against, especially if i find myself single after 30...i know finding a man with no kids at that point is going to be difficult...plus i love kids

    I don't see no black woman wanting to be with a nigga who wanted to be "friends" with children...you know that pedo shit is shunned in our community

    Lol

    Bruh...

    I said a friendship at the very least

    And by friendship i meant a relationship of mutual affection between two ppl

    Doesn't mean they have to be the best of friends, share the same bed, share secrets, etc

    I would just want my child to feel comfortable sharing a household with the guy; comfortable asking him for advice; if we go on a family outting i don't want it to awkward
    The Iconoclasttaeboo
  • Re: How Many of Y'all Have Taken Care of Someone Elses Child, Because of a Relationship?

    Lol

    Not every parent who is no longer with their child's mother/father is looking for someone to take on the role of coparent because they had a child with a deadbeat

    I'm not a parent, but i assume for most they just want someone who'll at least try to establish a friendship with the child ...especially if the relationship progresses

    Can't see any good parent would want to date someone who wants nothing to do with their child

    I've never dated anyone with a child but im not against, especially if i find myself single after 30...i know finding a man with no kids at that point is going to be difficult...plus i love kids
    Judge_JudahThe Iconoclast
  • Re: is this true about single mothers?

    BEAM wrote: »
    Kat wrote: »
    How can you guarantee the role a man will choose to play until the responsibility is put upon him?

    You can take an educated gamble but there are no certainties.

    But that's the point, shorty ~ Most people don't take "educated" gambles.
    Most people want who they have the best time with to also be a great Spouse and/or Parent.

    I've spent time with some dope ass women. Smart, funny, sexy, motivated, ext, and the pussy was A1. But never not once did I allow myself to believe that all of those good vibes would translate to being a good Mother, or even a good longterm girlfriend. I'm not even saying that these qualities are mutually exclusive, but they most certainly aren't one in the same.

    * Niggas get shytty at femmes because on an enormous scale, women make bad choices with warped criteria. And they keep making those same mistakes, over and over again, year after year, generation after generation.

    A good dick ≠ a Good boyfriend ≠ a Good husband ≠ a Good father.

    Men seem to know this when it comes to women. We may knock up sluts, but it's never intentional. Never.
    But women knowingly procreate with niggas who everyone ( EVERYONE ) else can see is no good.

    Why is that,
    @Kat?

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    Men never intentionally knock up "sluts"???? Lol

    Bruh stop

    If a woman is attractive enough there's a line of thristy niggas out there willing to wife her...."slut" or not

    There's no monopoly on stupidity lol


    Peeny_WallyThe Iconoclast
  • Re: Black Women Are Ranked The Most Educated Group By Race & Gender

    Just more proof we aren't who they portray us to be

    Underneath it all...

    We are intelligent, we are driven, and we are hard working

    Using every slight and obstacle standing in our way as motivation to succeed

    And when we do fall on hard times and may seek help, we aren't just content with just taking handouts ... collectively we are striving to better our situations and the lives of our families ...using every opportunity as a stepping stone

    Hope these women and other blk graduates are pursuing careers in public office, economics, education and law ...we need more blk faces in these institutions working for our interests
    CarthaginianInglewood_FattyPeeny_Wallykingblaze84Charlie_Ajackson17
  • Re: DEALING WITH INFIDELITY: Strong or Weak

    Some of yall are underestimating how many men are open to taking back their grl if she cheats/is a cheater

    Socially its more acceptable for a man to step out than a woman

    So its not as if these men are going to be open about it

    scorpio4lfeblacktuxLPastCharlie_