Handling the Truth II: Brothers and White Women

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iUniverse, Apr 1, 2003 - Family & Relationships - 160 pages
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"Handling the Truth II" is a book that dares to be different. The Author, Darrin Lowery-Smith attacks many of the Stereotypes that surround interracial relationships. He addresses the issue of black men that date white women being "sellouts" as well as the issue of the majority of black men reportedly being dead, gay, or in jail. This book also includes quotes from people that he interviewed. Many of the opinions offered are very straightforward. Many other opinions are not politically correct. There are a lot of things said in this book that most black men will state among themselves, but not in front of black women. As usual, DLS tells it all!
 

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Contents

Why the Other Side of the Fence?
3
Research and My Interpretations
34
Interracial Dating is Not Going Anywhere
47
What White Women Had to Say
54
Race is Only a Problem for Racists
67
A Message to the Black Woman
74
What Black Women Had to Say
79
What Black Men Want in a Woman
88
First Conclusion
102
Bringing Down the Walls
107
Appreciating the Black Woman
109
Relating to Her Struggles
115
Leaving Trifling Women Alone
118
Courting a Woman
126
Making Relationships Work
129
My Conclusion
142

So Who is Saying What?
97

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