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but now at 40, I can say that there are many things that I have learned about Black men and 2 that stand out the most are that: 2) Our "credentials" don't attract men!Just because WE feel that we are successful, independent, professional and educated doesnt mean thats were attractive to men, or even datable for that matter.It is currently a weekly show and is available online.Loveline began in 1983 as a Sunday night dating and relationships segment on Los Angeles radio station KROQ-FM, hosted by DJ Jim "Poorman" Trenton, DJ Swedish Egil (Egil Aalvik), and Scott Mason.The concept of a Dad issuing his ground rules for dating his daughter seemed to unite the entire tribe of Fathers!I’m guessing those rules are what all of us have been thinking but didn’t think we could actually ever say it.But the elderly sweethearts exchanged engagement rings in a betrothal service organized by volunteers under an initiative called the Project of Dreams.
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The medical segment was pre-dated by an occasional legal segment in which a lawyer, known as "Lawyer Lee" would be present to answer legal questions.
As Loveline developed and increased its audience, Pinsky became a public figure in his own right, and the show began referring to him informally as "Dr. He eventually came to co-host the show with Trenton.
In fact, I’ve yet to hear anyone really explain the REAL reasons so many black women are single, as its much more complicated than the “numbers.” I personally don’t believe in allowing the media to exploit this issue and give an appearance that Black people have issues and challenges that we cannot solve on our own.
As a single, successful black women, I refuse to allow the media to make me feel bad or desperate about the plight of the “single black female,” especially given the personal and professional success sistas have made in a male-dominated world.