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NEW YORK - You're always talking to your girlfriends about men, dating and finding love. But, have you ever wondered what the guys say about dating us? Of course you have. So, we rounded up a few Black men bold enough to tell us what they think about Black women and dating. Join ESSENCE.com bloggers Rubin Kreyser Carasco ("A Man of Leisure"), Nicholas Sixx King ("Giving Love a Chance), Larry Ossei-Mensah ("Rules of Engagement") and modern-day matchmaker Paul Carrick Brunson (One Degree From Me) to discuss "What Black Men Think About Black Women and Dating" in a live chat from ESSENCE.com, hosted here on Black Radio Network, on Wednesday August 18 at 7 p.m. 

 

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