And yes, Kim Kardashian's a$$-ploitation and reality TV (we heart Kourtney and Khloe) doesn't make her the classiest of Caucasian women.
But in this day and age, a committed, loving relationship—like that of "Bush and the Tush"—should to be celebrated rather than berated.
“For Black women, one of the inequities on the current playing field has been the rate at which Black men are marrying outside their race,” she says.
Too many black men think they’re marrying up socially by marrying out racially, Edwards believes, so it’s up to black moms to convince their sons by any means necessary — including guilt, shame and ostracism — not to date white.
S., the borders of their own state or worse, the five-mile radius of their neighborhood.