White man seeks Nubian Queen "baby mama" for his sons
Is the World Ready for another Reality TV Show?
There's a switch for you. A reality dating show where you already know that the white man will pick the black woman. I'm sure you've checked out "The Bachelor", "The Bachelorette", "Flavor of Love", or maybe the new one I stumbled upon with the singer from poison, "Rock of Love" on VH1. They all have their token person of "another" ethnicity in the crowd. They never get picked, but they are certainly there representing the possibilities of interracial love. Well, here we go with a new show, whose title says it all... "Interracial Love A Search for a Black Queen". Will you watch? Would you compete?
Now Leticia is not a big fan of reality television, I'm still trying to get used to the reality called "my life". However, every once in a while a really stupid show will catch my attention and I will need a quick laugh or total escape from the day to day episodic dull-drums of me...so I watch.
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The most recent show that I fell victim to was the Flava of Love Charm School. What was I thinking? Now, I've read that someone is working on a reality show called "Interracial Love a Search for a Black Queen". Besides a myspace page and a reference to it in a blog, I haven't seen anything "official" about this show. What I do know is that there is a white guy that lives somewhere in the Greensboro, NC area. He has two interracial sons that he is raising alone. He is looking for a "Black Queen".
So, now I'm already wondering if there will be any "non" black queens that apply for the position? I'm sure that he will not be without a good number of single sisters, ‘cause lord knows that there are enough out there. Watch out, I'm about to say something a little...controversial!!! Here's my problem...after looking at the pictures of him and his kids on the myspace page... I realize I've got a thing about 35 year old men that wear baggy shorts and their hat backwards. Immediately I got the impression that he was the male version of "buck wild" (for those that watched the Flava of Love or Charm School). For those that didn't, let's just say that "Becky" (her real name) was always being told that she was trying to "act" black.
There is also the problem that I have with people that look for relationships for their children and them. Call me crazy, but I don't want a lot of non-important people around my children. I love them to no-end, but they can't keep track of who their friends are from day to day, so why would I allow them to choose a mate for me? Yes, it's absolutely important that the person I select, loves my children as they are an extension of me. However, we have got to make sure that there will be a "we" before there will ever be an "US"!! We gotta do a better job of protecting our children from the "realities" of the world too. There are some things that they just don't need to be a part of...until it's time!
Now, I don't know the man, and all I'm going on is my first impressions. This being said, why would I date a white man that was black in every other way except his skin color? Since we're all family and I'm "keeping it real"... if I were a lesbian, I probably wouldn't date a woman that looked and acted like a man either.
This is Leticia, and I know it's a matter of preference...I just prefer whole milk to half & half.
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