Meeting black men is easier than it seems; the difficult part though is finding a good man.
Try mingling with religious men and see if you stumble upon a decent black man who fits your preference. Contact a local church or religious organization to see if any upcoming community events are scheduled.
Call up your family and friends to seek the help of an amateur matchmaker. Almost everyone knows a person willing to scope out the single men and play matchmaker, and having a loved one setting you up on a date can guarantee that the man is -indeed- “good.”
Check out online Black online dating services. Most online dating services will require a user to create an account before viewing any singles. It is important to be safe when trolling the Internet for “good” black men. Follow common sense before meeting random men on blind dates. See “Date Safely” in Resources below for more information on how to conduct safe online dating.
Browse the local classifieds section of your newspaper and look for the personals ads. A good black man in your neighborhood could be advertising his availability and interests. Like online dating, it is important to exercise good judgment before contacting strangers in the classifieds sections.
Socialize in places where black men are most likely to hang out, such as a comedy club, sports bar, driving range or gym. Of course, you will have to conduct your own research to make sure the man in actually “good.
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