The trends seems to follow as black geeks are now taking center stage with television shows like Key & Peele, a sketch comedy show starring Keegan Michael Key and Jordan Peele (two self proclaimed black nerds) that debuted on Comedy Central earlier this year.In terms of dating for black nerds, the momentous trend of that is making uncool the new cool is huge and Black Nerd hopes to be at the crest of that wave of change with all the sexy black nerds soon to be turning heads.
Top three complaints and advice Atlanta sex and dating columnist Michael Alvear has heard it all and then some when it comes to dating and hookup apps."If there are more people out there who are looking for love, just like they are, that means everybody has a greater dating pool to work with and to choose from," said Matt Marion, the executive editor of the magazine.Denver, came in second in the ranking, followed by San Diego, Orlando, Florida and San Francisco. “I’m not against anyone’s preferences, but if you’re looking for a date or a relationship you should be open to anything, because you see the same people looking for the same things and they’re still on the site. “It’s like ‘I’m looking for friends,’ but you’re not really just looking for friends, or you’re looking for a relationship and it turns out you are in a relationship, or you say you’re versatile on your page but you really just like to bottom.”Body shaming and what some would call racism but others would call racial preference are other frequent parts of the dating app experience.“I see a lot of ‘no fats, no femmes,’ I see a lot of ‘no blacks,’ or ‘strictly blacks only.’ I’m African-American and even within our race, you see ‘only dark-skinned’ or ‘only light-skinned,’ he says.