In recent months, some of the most stimulating and exiting, connecting conversations I've had have been with blue-collar guys.That said, at the end of the day, we just value too different of things to be compatible long-term. I grew up in a white collar family and am really starting to take a fancy to "red neck" guys and their pick-up trucks.Each partner had their strengths and smarts and they complimented each other. I've never dated anyone who made more or had more money than me.Have your ever turned down a date by, or are you considering pulling the plug on a relationship with a great guy because you’ve heard remarks like “he’s not on your level? But for some professional black women fortunate to find a great guy, these same women are sometimes faced with the dating dilemma of feeling like their family, friends, and/or associates are frowning on their decision to date a blue collar man.Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. Good one Kit...dayam, I was talking about something similar last night.I know of someone who is miles apart in the social/economic scale then I am..he still puts his pants on one leg at a time, and with any luck, I hope it will be at my place in the morning!
For black women who have chosen to pursue the levels of higher education and profession, I think many have observed the lack of eligible male (particularly black male) counterparts.
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As young women, we enter the world of dating on a mission to discover what type of man works for us, who we enjoy spending time with and ultimately what kind of man we can eventually see ourselves spending a lifetime with.
Still, I do have reservations because he is much more educated then I am..more 'ahead' economically, and his social life is so full, I get amazed he can find any time for me I don't shy away from any man if the click is there. Sometimes when I meet guys I haven't a clue what they do for a living for a couple of dates - I really don't care!
He must have a job, is probably the most important thing to me, but now I find I am a bit intimidated in this particular situation. It is when I am not around him that I think too much..my solution??? As long as I'm not supporting them then it's all cool!