“Charlotte is a tough market when it comes to the dating scene,” Danielle Miles shared during one of our many conversations about dating.
Miles moved to Charlotte 10 years ago from Richmond, Virginia, and describes her current dating life as non-existent.
In the “about me” section, many have a long list of what they don’t want in a prospective partner.
Two reasons why this is counterproductive: 1) you come off as a negative person and 2) you just may deter the perfect person from contacting you. Doing such things will attract the right person to you, and you will also look more fun and positive.
From what I hear, you tend to see the same people at events/functions in the city. To have such a huge population of Black people in Charlotte, you would think that you would have a greater chance of meeting new people anytime you go out. I think we have come to a point where men and women now date the same. Many good men and women are passed up because they do not fit a mold.
Joseph Dixon saw a need in the Black dating scene — access.
We also want to make sure that our community is comprised of the most eligible singles who are serious about dating.