The video contains a frank discussion among men and women with regards to dating and how to find that special someone. These are the conclusions of a columnist, Deborrah Cooper:
Cooper says her goal is to empower black women. If their strategy for meeting men is failing, Cooper offers two suggestions: Find another church or leave-and go where the boys go: tailgates, bars and clubs.Please read the whole thing!
"Black women need to open their eyes. You want to know the reason why the black man isn't in church? Because he left church to go to the Sunday football game," Cooper says. "Going to these sites is discouraged in the black church because these places are seen as places where 'sin dwells.' But if women are compassionate, as the bible preaches they should be, then they need to be more open about the men they choose to date and where they might meet them."
"I'm not against religion, or against the church, I'm against women limiting their choices and putting themselves in a box because they do what their church tells them to do," Cooper says.
I will just say this. I would admire a woman who believed in a higher power. What would annoy me is one who put that higher power above her earthly relationships. Mainly with her husband and family.
As for the church keeping a black woman single, that's hard for me to take a position. That makes this article all the more interesting.