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They are quick-witted, good humored, self-assured and strong.
They excel — and lead — in their respective fields with poise, strategy and savvy.
What will grandma think if you bring home someone of a different race?
Ibie Hart, 27, knows this firsthand.“It was my second year of law school when I became clear about my calling,” said Hart, a grassroots and political organizer for Common Cause Illinois. I was getting two degrees, launching my own not-for-profit and serving as the deputy campaign manager on a political campaign. ’ He responded, ‘Well I don’t want to be married to Olivia Pope.’ That was in 2014, and I’ve dated but haven’t been in a committed relationship since.”Hart lamented about alpha black women “getting boxed in” for being undeterred in their career pursuits and having success.
“When you’re someone accustomed to running the show and taking life by charge, it’s hard to step back and open up to someone.
Dating will be a challenge if you aren’t willing to let someone in.
I was doing a lot, but I was so clear.”In the midst of pursuing her purpose, her then-boyfriend ended their six-year relationship, even after talks of engagement.“The conversation went something like, ‘Do you want to be like Olivia Pope? Professional matchmaker and dating strategist Jasmine Diaz says that some of her female clients feel having a level of success is a drawback when dating.“I hear from single women with high-ranking jobs and who are highly intelligent, on a daily basis, and many of them fear that men will be intimidated by them,” said Diaz, who’s clientele is 95 percent black and 85 percent black women.
“But having more and being successful is a part of who we are as black women in America today.
This compares women’s behaviors to men’s, as if sex is supposed to determine your personality, opposed to circumstances and goals.