The type of woman I would like to come across is one who's ambitious, knows what she wants, honest, can cater to me like how I would cater to her, has a good sense of humor, respectful, understanding, appreciative, humble, reliable, has manners, family oriented, has morals, educated, encouraging, a good listener, loving, caring, thoughtful, affectionate, takes pride in herself, classy, neat, and conscious ...I'm 28, I'm not getting any younger I have no more time to waste...I would like to be in a long committed relationship and hopefully settle down with that person...The hope is that my next relationship is my last relationship
Movies - Anything in the 90's...lol
Music- Hip hop, R&B, Reggae, and Pop
Food - Fruits & vegetables, grains, and nuts
"When will police brutality on Black people ever stop?"
"When will schools teach the true history of indigenous/Black people?"
"When will the legal system stop allowing White privilege?"
"When will Blacks get equity & equality?
"When will innocent Black people stop getting incarcerated?"
"When will Black misdemeanor offenders stop getting long jail sentences for petty crimes?"
"When will Flint, Michigan's water crisis ever get resolved?"
"Will Blacks get reparations like the Jews & Native Americans did?"
"Will it ever be legal to be Black in America?"
You absolutely know what you want
You appreciate and value a good man/gentleman
You can accept being treated & loved the way you deserve
You're over your past love interests
You have no crazy trust issues
You aren't religious
You want to be a wife one day (and will not settle to be a "baby mama")
You're a genuine person who isn't shallow nor materialistic
You have patience & don't easily give up on someone over minor flaws
You have a mind of your own and won't allow friends or family members dictate who you talk to/date
You're an upfront honest person
You're looking for a relationship down the line
You will text & call me should we exchange numbers, and not expect me to show all the interest
You support Black liberation & freedom
You aren't quiet when it comes racism / injustice against Blacks