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I am from the North and have lived both there and on the coasts (NYC and SF). My concern was with how open-minded non-black men would be.I have no knowledge of the South and how much it has changed from its past history. I grew up in a suburban mostly-white setting and I feel as though I have more in common with people from that kind of sista (can I call you that even if I'm not black?If you’re a single straight guy and you don’t live here, you’re an idiot. This means that unlike men, women in Atlanta workout, have great jobs, multiple degrees, high-performing investment portfolios, rental properties, on-call hairdressers, and personal chefs.Yes, that means all the single ladies; word to Beyoncé.Not to say that Atlanta is a safe haven, but it's been far, far less of an issue, from MY experience.Here in Atlanta, I HAVE gotten ugly stares, back-glances, clicking of the teeth, etc., but nothing really "ugly" and nothing that I haven't seen elsewhere.
In the end, I couldn't care less what others think.After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. I've been all over the country, but I've lived in Atlanta for all of my life, with heavy ties to the midwest.I've been here for 35 years or so, and have had, and continue to have lots of contact with other major cities such as NYC, Chicago, DC and LA.) Here's my 2 cents: I think you may be suprised at the amount of attention you will get from guys of any race.Like all relationships, it's a give a take situation so as long as you are willing to put in the effort that any relationship really requires I'm sure you are in for a very enjoyable and refreshing experience.
While I haven't LIVED there, I've travelled there for lengthy stretches, often for months on end).