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Now if white men, who Banks readily admits don’t necessarily want us, need to become an option in order to increase our potential marriage pool, should we also start including bisexual men? I’m not talking about homosexual men who are still trapped in R.Kelly’s closet, I’m talking about good, decent, hardworking men who are honest about their sexual desires for other men, yet still sincerely desire to be married and have a family with a woman.If these men meet all the qualifications we as black women are seeking, should they be counted out simply because they have slept with men?Does the fact that they sleep with men automatically negate their ‘Good Black Man’ status and husband potential?Anyway, on paper Clive, and many like him, meet every single qualification on the lists many women keep and appear to be perfect marriage material, except for the fact that they are bisexual men. Do you scratch a man off the list and call your girls to complain, yet again, about how you can’t find a good man? The plight of the single black woman is well documented; a simple Google search will yield tons of articles discussing our issues when it comes to marriage.Last year Ralph Banks, a writer for , suggested that the solution to our problems would be to simply marry a white man.
That was just a phase.'" "I'm a bi/pansexual woman married to a straight man. My parents never said that homosexuality was wrong, but they never really said it was OK either. But my church made it clear to me as a young person that it was only OK to be straight.It was love and lust at first sight, spurring me to break up with my boyfriend and confirming the fact that I was not a straight girl.Soon we were flying back and forth between Atlanta and New York City, meeting on the road during her long tours, and spending holidays with each other's families.This is a great way to meet other bi and bi-friendly women in the area.This will be a peer led support meetup hosted by the BRC.