Why Most black Women Are Single

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Despite the news statistics on single black women there are many factors that influence being single. In America according to Oprah, CNN, ABC News, and the Washington Post 42% of Black women are unmarried.  70% of professional Black women are single. Factors that stand out the most are that:

Too Many Black Women sucked into Stereotyping  of Who They Are

The perception that Black women are hard to get along with, mean, bitchy, argumentative, bitter, etc. has become a reality for too many black women reducing their attractiveness. Their personality of love for God, family, friendship, being honest, supportive, respectful, emotionally stable and goal-oriented has been overshadowed.

Black Men Availability

if you just talk to Black women, many will agree that there are some challenges finding a "good black man, " that is... one that is not behind bars, gay, or with other races.

Lack of dating strategies

They have not consolidated the best dating strategies that are learned from friends, relatives, one's own experiences and frankly some of the best practical advice to successfully apply to attract the type of men they want to show up in life.
Black Men Struggles
Unemployment, crime, suicides, homicides, drugs etc has made them un-datable or too few remaining for family affairs.

Purse of education undermining that Looks and Fertility Decrease With Age 
I know this may be unpopular, but it is the truth.  A woman who wants to have a family should capitalize on her looks, age, and fertility while she is young instead of only focusing on chasing the high-powered career.  I believe (and  of course I could be wrong) that a man would more likely be with a young, fine woman that is less educated and makes him feel good (in terms of stroking his ego) then an average looking woman with a great career and education. 

Black Men Don't See Many of the Qualities That They So Much Admire in Their Mothers and Grandmothers:  To say it's just a shortage of black men is only a small part of the problem, but as Black women have to re-evaluate who they are and what they are today.  Black men don't see the strong, quiet strength of their mothers and grandmothers; neither the homemaking nor cooking skills either.

Many Black Women Have Made a Conscious Decision To Be Single
his is actually true.  I know personally several, married before women but preferred to be single, especially since they don't want to have children or had break ups.

Practicing Open relationships
Some  black men and women want to be in an open relationship in order to be with whom they want whenever or run their own families independently.

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