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My grandmother always told me ” don’t put all your eggs in one basket” and as I get older, the urge to get married and procreate gets stronger.
Living in New York City, I have the opportunity to date different men from different cultures but the most unique experiences thus far has been with dating and communicating with Jewish men.
We don’t converse as much as we did but who knows what the future may hold.
To date in my young life, my most serious and longest lasting relationship was with a black woman.
Once our date was over and we was in the car he reached over and tried to grab my hair – which threw me off and my reaction was to smack his hand – but he kept saying how much he likes my hair and how he thought I was cute and he hit me with the deal-breaker.
” I really think you’re cute and I think you’re a smart girl but my family will never approve of you or this relationship.
Before we went out on a date he told me before hand that he had no qualms dating non-Jewish and would like to hang out with me.
I hope you’re not mad but I dated a black girl for 3 years in secrecy and she was fine with that arrangement”. I’m at my local Trader Joe’s an I’m looking like a big ass 5-year-old ( you know a bright colored top, mix-matched leggings, sneakers and my book-bag) and I’m stop by an older ( maybe 40-45) Hasidic Jewish man stopped me to ask me directions to the nearest synagogue.
What in the same hell gave him the inclination I would date him, or any man in secrecy? I found this a bit odd because clearly I’m not Jewish but whatever I guess.
Experience 4 In Queens, NY I met a Jewish man, age 38, unwed, childless and he approached me sort of strong.
He complimented me endlessly and made it appear he only wanted to long-term date.
Sure we talked plenty about our ethnicities and our different cultures, because it's fun to talk about those things, and you learn a lot from it and we both learned so many things about the struggles that our peoples go through, just by being around each other, but our race/ethnicity was never a factor in making us more or less attractive to each other.