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But almost *every* time I find myself getting to know a BW, I hear this.I’m in my late 50’s and the women in question over the past 20 years have been around my age during each of these times (usually a few years older than I). What I keep hearing from black women is that they are unattractive and undesired by other men.“Croydon asserts that a low-maintenance or part-time relationship is distinctively different than the eloquently named “booty call,” or the even more lucid “casual encounter” in that the goal is lasting love. She envisions her demographic as users in their mid-to-late 30s and early 40s who are set in their ways and might find it difficult to adapt domestically to a new partner.
I have never come across this when corresponding with, dating, or being in a relationship with a non-BW.They tell me they have given up on relationships and have decided they must find a way to be happy being alone. As I’m getting ready to hit the send button I am thinking I should add that in each of these cases, they got to this point by dating BM.They say they don’t have a choice and simply must accept this. How can an intelligent, attractive, gainfully employed BW get to the point where she’s telling herself she’s undesirable and no one wants her and she’s giving up? I don’t think any of them had much (if any) IR experience when they said these things to me.In other words, there are millions of people who are having these “Part-Time” relationships – but unlike the founder suggests, the reason they’re doing it is because they DON’T want to fall in love and get married. In her words, “I don’t want to take care of an old man! The only difference about Croydon’s website is that it’s officially sanctioned. I want to meet a wonderful man with whom I can share my hopes, dreams and my life.This is a place where women can no longer complain that men only text a couple of times a week, because by virtue of being on the site, that’s exactly what they’re signing up for. I want the appetizer, the meal and dessert (metaphorically speaking).