It comes from a mix of racial AND gender stereotyping.
I’ve spent a good majority of my adult life trying not to have a baby mama.
Not because I don’t want children, I just don’t want children with a woman that’s not my wife.
See, when you do the wife and kids thing, that’s generally something planned and thought out.
Even fewer can say with conviction that they trust a Black woman in either a business or personal relationship.
My friend, former Rutgers Business School Professor Dr.
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Even if y’all are together, the fact a man would refer to you as his baby mama as opposed to his wife/girl shows that there isn’t much hope for the relationship evolving beyond two people that happen to share a child.Now, as a single man with no kids, I’m in no rush to get involved with someone else’s baby mama.That’s not to say I’d never date a single mother but she definitely wouldn’t be my first choice. I'm a young black miss who attended both independent private and boarding schools from 7th grade onward. Yet, my educational exposure led me to love brothers of other colors too. I mean give me a long-legged, dark haired man with a Brooklyn, Cali, American Southern, South American, Italian, or any kind of accent. Of course, as a black woman and as a mother, interracial dating is accepted more by my female friends and family than the male equivalent.School exposed me to multiple ethnic groups; as I also lived in Spain for my entire junior year in high school. I believe the reverse to be true when it comes to black men dating outside of their race as well.