Black speed dating in dallas texas
As far as professional AA men, I have found Texas cities in general to be full of the "player" type. You will find people of various ethnic backgrounds in almost every community in the metroplex.
I am married to an AA man (I'm white) so it's possible...then I did wait for him for NINE years!!! If you like being close to restaurants, etc, your best bet would be Uptown or Lakewood if you can afford them.
You might visit and think, "Geez, it is too slow" and decide not to stay or love the affordability and more homey environment it brings.
In addition, I would really do some brainstorming on your own as to what you really want for your next decade of life.
Men in Dallas seem to love relationships a lot more.
Yes, it is a marriage focused town and you can meet a husband but staying open to meeting someone and not filtering out for race, what they do for a living and that they are not a "big city" guy, etc will open up your option for finding love and 3.
Women have limited their choices by all hoping for this type of man (and he has pick of the litter).
There are a lot of great men in DC that might be self employed or blue collar but they get passed over.
If living the "DC life" or having other professionals around you that are African American, Dallas might not be the place.As far as professional AA men, I have found Texas cities in general to be full of the "player" type. Below I have posted an article that does a good job of explaining the transition most professional AA's have had coming to Dallas from major (more fast paced) cities like DC.I am married to an AA man (I'm white) so it's possible...then I did wait for him for NINE years!!! From what I have observed, if you are looking for a quiet life where you can have a family, have a descent job, keep more of your paycheck (good pay in Dallas plus no state tax), have lower living expenses (no state tax plus way cheaper housing than DC), where you live a quiet simple life (going out to dinner, hanging with a few friends, some basic events), etc, then Dallas could be for you.After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. I'm moving from DC, where many of the men are simply interested in playing the field.I am an African-American woman considering a move to Dallas for work early next year. You will find people of various ethnic backgrounds in almost every community in the metroplex.He tends to be open minded and somewhat cultured, he is successful, educated, can put on a suit and have a variety of conversations, eat in various types of restaurants, etc.This is the type of man that a lot of women desire in that area.however, the fact that you asked about specifically dating an AA man, leads me (possibly incorrectly) to believe that you may have a slight preference for AA people primarily, in which case check out the Bishops Arts District and other parts of north Oak Cliff which is south of downtown.Any of the south suburbs would be slightly heavier on AA population than the northern suburbs, but then you lose the "cool vibe" of walking to restaurants, etc.Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick!Some forums can only be seen by registered members. Are there professional black men there who are interested in serious relationships?