Am a black girl from Nigeria , and am searching for an ASIAN Gu Y.
Living in Nigeria am also open to dating white guys ( any way I said living in Nigeria because I feel Asians living here will understand the culture better ) and also becaus I don't want any acussation that am out to fraud someone .
In fact, I’d bet they haven’t.” “It’ll be great, baby. I worried about everything from how I held my fork to what my culinary tastes meant as far as cultural divides. When not working or writing, Carmel can be seen at movie theaters and on the streets of Philadelphia pedaling her 3-speed cruiser.
The only affiliation my boyfriend and I had in common, and how we met, was through Greek life.
But I’ve never dated a white guy, let alone sat down at a dinner table with a white family. Should I draw a parallel between ancient Jews and black people in America? I remember rolling the windows up and down throughout the ride. I thanked him for the recognition and insisted I wasn’t anyone special. We’re told to not prejudge situations, but experience can challenge that call. Accordingly, I approached meeting Donny’s parents apprehensively. Within a few minutes of meeting his parents, I realized my apprehension was unwarranted. Inspired by a social worker at a young age, Carmel decided to dedicate her life to helping children in need.
We drove to his parents on a Sunday night, a small suburb outside Philadelphia. As we left, Steven pulled me aside and thanked me for the work I do, explaining that there aren’t enough social workers in this country. [image: via Guian Bolisay on flickr] Carmel Jones is a 32 year old social worker living in Philadelphia.
This was the place I was born and raised; where nobody had to whisper the “n word” or hesitate to stick some feathers in their hair and paint their skin red as a sign of school spirit.
Growing up in New Hampshire didn’t prevent me from making friends or dating guys who weren’t white.