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Romantic attraction isn't blind to age-gap calculations A new review published in Evolutionary Behavioral Scienceshighlights the critical role of age in romantic relationship formation (Conroy-Beam & Buss, 2019).
As has been discussed in the field of social and evolutionary psychology for decades now, the importance of age lies in its signaling power.
About LGBTQ relationships How do men feel about LGBTQ issues?
Ninety percent of study respondents state they are straight, and 16 percent of those claim they have ever been attracted to another man.
Eleven percent say they have experienced a sexual encounter with another man, and 15 percent agree/strongly agree that a man can have a homosexual encounter and not be classified as gay; 65 percent disagree/strongly disagree that a man can remain straight after one homosexual encounter. Not sure/Other: 15 percent Do Black men believe a gay person can become straight?
Sixteen percent state they discovered during a relationship their partner was a lesbian, transgender or bisexual. Forty-three percent agree/strongly agree this is the case, 30 percent disagree/strongly disagree.
Perhaps in time, Black love will come to fully embody the LOVE described in Scripture: A Title: African-American Men on Love, Dating and Marriage .
Periodically, EBONY hosts online surveys to measure attitudes about contemporary topics affecting African-Americans.
The crossing-the-racial-divide trope is dope, it seems, and Black men better keep this under their hats or many may end up sleeping on the couch or isolated with the boys at a bar.
The numbers shift in the men’s responses about attraction to lighter-skinned individuals ; only 26 percent of respondents state they agree/strongly agree, 36 percent disagree/strongly disagree and 34 percent are neutral.
Fifty-four percent of respondents have never been married, 31 percent are currently married and the remainder are either divorced, widowed or separated.
Here is the current relationship status of unmarried Black men respondents: · Not looking right now: 27 percent · Looking but not dating: 23 percent · In a committed relationship but living apart: 20 percent · Living with someone:18 percent · Dating but not exclusively: 11 percent Let’s get what men REALLY want out of the way Are Black men “always up for it” as the perennial trope seems to suggest?