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The age-old question has equally confounded Brothers, their fathers and their grandfathers while navigating through the pitfalls of relationships with their wives and lovers. Along the way, some men have responded to the question better than those who don't have a clue about what Black women want and expect from Black men when they become a twosome.

Black women say it's simple, and they don't understand why Black men don't understand and have such a tough time realizing what they want. So, Brothers, let's go directly to the source for the answer to what has become one of love's toughest and most persistent questions. If you ask Black women--from the corporate executive to the college student to the entrepreneur and all in between--you'll get a variety of answers, based on their personal, individual desires and needs. There's no mystery, they say, no surprise, no really unsuspecting entry on a wish list that includes love and romance, integrity, fidelity; communication, commitment. Although wish lists may vary from woman to woman, there is one common denominator--the one thing that most women need, desire and demand--appreciation, the foundation of any meaningful relationship. Without it, there is no romance, no fidelity, no integrity, no commitment, no trust, no lasting union.

If nothing else, more Brothers have to realize that appreciation is the one, single element that can lead to better, more substantial and lasting relationships between Black men and Black women. But before we paint an all-too-dismal picture, we have to point out that some of us get it right--maybe not often enough, but on many occasions there are Brothers who exhibit a deep and public appreciation for the strength, majesty and resilience of Black women.

“Stop being moronic. ”

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Feb 8, 2012
 
Women want everything.
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Feb 8, 2012
 
Aussie Bob wrote:
Women want to hold hands, kiss and receive flowers. They want you to actually show some consideration & selflessness..
No mo gangstas & Gs...
That is the pathway to extinction & obsolescence..
Was actually expecting an idiot Remark from you

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The only thing that bw really want is to be told they are better than bm.

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What do BLACK WOMEN REALLY WANT?

They want a white husband that will work and take care of them and treat them like a lady. Not a hoe.
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The heck if I know they dont even know.

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non black men, non black children with good hair
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As a black woman, I just want a nice, honest and respectful black man. I have high standards and lately I have met a lot of black men who do not fit my standards. Most don't want to take me on a date, try to sleep with me instantly and play childish games. I am not interested in that behavior. Every black woman is different when it comes to "what she wants" but black men need to stop expecting every woman to be the same and treating them the same.
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I bet Black women want Black men not to go after White women.

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All women are confused as hell. Men should just follow my motto and that's just set aside this belief of marriage and all that fairytale nonsense and just play the field and enjoy life. Instead of searching for that 'one', just let go and let God deal with it. If it happens then cool, if not, have fun with the short life we have.
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Feb 8, 2012
 
John Architect wrote:
The age-old question has equally confounded Brothers, their fathers and their grandfathers while navigating through the pitfalls of relationships with their wives and lovers. Along the way, some men have responded to the question better than those who don't have a clue about what Black women want and expect from Black men when they become a twosome.
Black women say it's simple, and they don't understand why Black men don't understand and have such a tough time realizing what they want. So, Brothers, let's go directly to the source for the answer to what has become one of love's toughest and most persistent questions. If you ask Black women--from the corporate executive to the college student to the entrepreneur and all in between--you'll get a variety of answers, based on their personal, individual desires and needs. There's no mystery, they say, no surprise, no really unsuspecting entry on a wish list that includes love and romance, integrity, fidelity; communication, commitment. Although wish lists may vary from woman to woman, there is one common denominator--the one thing that most women need, desire and demand--appreciation, the foundation of any meaningful relationship. Without it, there is no romance, no fidelity, no integrity, no commitment, no trust, no lasting union.
If nothing else, more Brothers have to realize that appreciation is the one, single element that can lead to better, more substantial and lasting relationships between Black men and Black women. But before we paint an all-too-dismal picture, we have to point out that some of us get it right--maybe not often enough, but on many occasions there are Brothers who exhibit a deep and public appreciation for the strength, majesty and resilience of Black women.
This is true. APPRECIATION

The problem is other women or peer pressure from other women that are single or not in a relationship. A woman have a man and other women become jealous will drum up the witch of andar.

There's where the problem comes into a relationship and most women insist on GIRL'S night out.
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I want to be loved, desired, appreciated, faithfulness, enjoy life, have fun, communication, and little to no drama.
Overall, I just want to be happy and not hurt.
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Feb 8, 2012
 
Freefalling wrote:
As a black woman, I just want a nice, honest and respectful black man. I have high standards and lately I have met a lot of black men who do not fit my standards. Most don't want to take me on a date, try to sleep with me instantly and play childish games. I am not interested in that behavior. Every black woman is different when it comes to "what she wants" but black men need to stop expecting every woman to be the same and treating them the same.
Well frankly most and all are different but if your expectations are high then of course 99.9 percent men wont reach your standards its actually logical. My standards arent even that high and I still havent found a suitable mate.

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Feb 9, 2012
 
THE RELIC wrote:
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This is true. APPRECIATION
The problem is other women or peer pressure from other women that are single or not in a relationship. A woman have a man and other women become jealous will drum up the witch of andar.
There's where the problem comes into a relationship and most women insist on GIRL'S night out.
Exactly!!!
Black women or all women need to take the time off also to search for this one man she desires and not expect that "girls night out" equals finding a quality black man.

I have seen black women with quality black men and have messed up their relationship because of what you described above. How can a black woman actually throw all what she had (relationship wise) to peer pressure-- but it happens and then the bitterness and resent begins in full force.

If a black woman finds a quality black man, she needs to draw the line and the intimate details with her "friends". Because sooner or later this will be used to make her believe that what she stated before, was only a farce and will soon die out.

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Feb 9, 2012
 
LaChaniq wrote:
I want to be loved, desired, appreciated, faithfulness, enjoy life, have fun, communication, and little to no drama.
Overall, I just want to be happy and not hurt.
You will find all of the above.
There is someone for everyone out there.

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Ambiguous wrote:
<quoted text>Well frankly most and all are different but if your expectations are high then of course 99.9 percent men wont reach your standards its actually logical. My standards arent even that high and I still havent found a suitable mate.
Sweetie, you just need to probably changed your strategy a bit. There are times when you may need to do a bit of traveling and just be open minded about all possibilities.

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One beautiful black women on my youtube page said, treat them like a friend at first, because they dont know what they want, and they all get confused. She said, if your a good guy, she will use you, and get confused with her roll.

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BROWNMAN20 wrote:
One beautiful black women on my youtube page said, treat them like a friend at first, because they dont know what they want, and they all get confused. She said, if your a good guy, she will use you, and get confused with her roll.
lol.

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Most Black women wants a Black Men and that Black man needs to know what he wants. Black women do not need a Man who’s confused. He has to be prayful; someone who put her second or third in his life (if he has children).

We want a go-getter, a protector, a romantic, someone with a sense of humor. A Black Man that knows how to communicate on every level. A Black Man that has grew up from playing games. We want a partner, lover and most important a friend.

Maybe I needed to say "I", I do not mean to speak for every woman.

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MsNewNew wrote:
Most Black women wants a Black Men
stop lying, you will get struck down for your lies

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