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via GIPHY I know plenty of people (yes Black people) who have met their mate on the world wide web. via GIPHY It takes a lot of courage to approach a lovely lady in the middle of a party. But a recent Google Hangout with my friend Dennis, made me re-think some thangs.
There are plenty of dating apps that are viable options for meeting someone new from the safety of your smartphone. It’s 10 times worse, when he has to break through the girlfriend barrier and endure side eyes just to say “hello.” Make it a tad easier and go out alone every once and a while. In my defense, I wasn’t clutching my bag, simply holding it.
Think about it this way, how you met is only the first chapter in a love story. But you do catch more flies with honey #imjustsayin via GIPHY That other Black girl in the office that invited you to her game night but you’ve always had something better to do? Next time she extends the offer, go, be merry, and bond!
Joining a co-ed professional organization or sports team will also help.
via GIPHY Building off the strength of my Instagram initiative, Slide In Their DMs, I’ve started The SIA (The Singles Introduction Agency).
The SIA will connect single professionals in a personal yet discreet way. Genese Jamilah is the Founder and Editor-In-Chief of I Don't Do Clubs.When she's not making your social calendar, Genese is crossing "T"s and dotting "I"s at as their Digital Production Manager. Meld finds your location via GPS, then presents you with profiles of potential matches based on the geographic and age range you’ve selected. Unlike Tinder, members must additionally be vetted through their Linked In profiles, have a bachelor’s degree, and be Black. “It is a platform for people looking to date and find somebody special.” Like Tinder, this mobile application uses your Facebook name, age, photos of your choice, mutual friends and the pages you’ve liked to create a member profile.If you like a profile, you hit the “meld” button on the right; if not, go left to “pass.” If that member has also “melded” you… Instead of 150 characters to explain who you are, Meld shares your current job title from Linked In.Though the platform uses your Facebook and Linked In info, it never shares your activity with those platforms, so discretion is maintained.