Black doctor dating

24-Jun-2020 02:08

Fact is, the way we were raised is tough to deal with modern western values.

Oh sure, making tons of money and working hard are seemingly very compatible western traits (although I've lately questioned the latter) -- but those traits are almost only for and don't apply as well in this post-feminist western world.

Realized a lot of the negative comments on my post are from a redpill thread about me.

Fuck off don't you guys have something better to do? There aren't going to be a shit ton of guys in their early 30's making more than 100k a year. There's really not a whole lot you can do other than the usual shit when it comes to dating.

Yes, maybe in the older days in Asia (and somewhat still true even today), you only married within the same socio-economic class, but that is rarer and rarer outside of the top 1% in the west.

Men, especially westernized men, aren't putting a woman's accomplishments high on their list of attractive qualities.

The main problem came about was the fact that our medical school class was majority female.

When I initially pictured it in my head I thought by the time I graduated I'd end up just settling down with one of the guys from my medical school. A small minority of the guys in our class ended up settling down while the majority of them decided to take their new found doctor status as a way to get laid (I am not blaming them just saying what happened).

Now that I'm looking to date more seriously, it seems like finding a guy is nearly impossible.

Yes, there are men who'd gladly take you on, and there's quite a lot of them, BUT THEY ARE A SMALL %.

This means the odds of you finding one are relatively low.

Sure, there's the attractive female who is super successful like Beyonce which everyone is attracted to, but if she weren't famous and made a lot of money, there would be a ton of men after her based on her looks and personality.

On the other hand, if Jay-Z didn't have the wealth and power that comes from being a rapper and producer, and instead he were just another poor street thug...I work in family medicine, pull around 140k a year (have a good bit of debt from medical school though). Well educated, have a great job, a busy life professionally and socially and would overall consider myself to be a dateable person.

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