If you missed the Tom Joyner Morning Show today, there was an interview with author Skip Masters regarding his upcoming book How I Broke My Addiction to White Women. The book is based on Masters real-life experiences dating white women and being in two different marriages with white women, before he was able to “break his addition” as it were, and find his current wife who is African American.
The TJMS interview was hilarious at times, while still tackling the questions that everyone wants to know like, why does a brother have to go white in the first place?
Because this topic gets a lot of heat in the black community, be it straight or Same Gender Loving, I had to take a moment and answer the question: is dating white people an addiction and if so, should it be on the next season of Intervention?
As I’ve said before, dating black men isn’t all that easy (read it here folks), and dating white men can end up with you dating a racist (as I’ve mentioned over here), but is it really necessary for all my gay best friends to sit me down in a room and say, “Kamal, we love you and as your gay family we feel that you have a problem with Twinkies, and we don’t mean the Hostess kind.”