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Paul C. Brunson Discusses HOPE for Black Relationships

  • By CulSire
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  • December 11, 2015
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After watching the clip from Married at First Sight, Paul C. Brunson took it upon himself to address the myth they communicated — that Black men are not interested in Black women. A clip of the show is included in our interview with Paul. In the clip, three black men state that they choose not to date women in their race. That statement is followed by three black women, saying they choose to only date men within their race. The white host/relationship expert goes on to say, that they wish they could match these black women up with mates but there just aren’t any eligible black men looking for black women.

Paul C. Brunson is a television host, author and professional matchmaker. He is recognized internationally as one of the most successful matchmakers. Appearing as the co-host on Oprah Winfrey Network’s Lovetown, USAPaul is the founder and president of the award-winning matchmaking firm, The Paul C. Brunson Agency. His firm has served over 600 clients directly and has matched over 6,000 individuals on dates. So when he saw this video in the wee-hours of the morning, he felt compelled to address the video. He shared a message on his Facebook page Paul Carrick Brunson entitled “Take responsibility for your ignorance. #MarriedAtFirstSight“.

It isn’t everyday you hear or see a person with fame speak up for our truths! In his video, Paul dropped statistics that were very eye opening:

Every ethnic group on this planet is marrying outside of their race, we are truly becoming an interracial society. However, Black men marry outside of their race less than American Indian women, American Indian men, Latinas, Latinos and Asian women. African American men marry outside of their race comparitively, at one of the lowest rates on the planet. On top of that, currently today, those of us that are breathing, and I’m in this, 88% of us are married to Black women. 88%… That’s the vast majority of us!

We don’t need anymore myths to be perpetuated. Because these myths that you are perpetuating, they begin to impact belief. And that belief begins to impact hope. And guess what? You have no authority over our hope. You don’t get that. You have no authority over our hope.

After watching Paul’s passionate video and hearing him come to the defense of black relationships, our CEO reached out to him for an interview. She was blessed with the opportunity to sit and speak with Paul about what’s really happening in the world of Black relationships. Paul delivered an inspiring and motivating outlook of HOPE for us all.

Tell us what you think about what Paul had to say. Do you agree?

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