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Video: How to Tell When a 'Rainbeau' is Interested
Sometimes it's not so easy for black women to recognize when a non-black man (affectionately called 'rainbeaus') is romantically interested. That's because many of us are used to a certain type of overture, often full of swagger and machismo because most black men are socialized to make their interest obvious. We call it, 'hollering.' And as the name implies, this type of flirtation is assertive.
Hollering' is often not something we black ladies see outside of the black community yet it is what many of us have come to expect, so we don't always recognize the cues and overtures from a man of a different race and culture. That's why I teamed up with my buddy Jordan Harbinger to offer some clarity to the ladies new to interracial dating.
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