Profiles of these relationship and dating blogs and their authors can be found in the Vuelio Media Database.
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Simply Oloni was created in 2008 by Dami Olonisakin to discuss relationships, fashion, lifestyle, and beauty.
The ‘Ask Oloni’ column gives readers the chance to submit sex and relationship questions anonymously, which are answered by Dami and sometimes featured in a full-length article to help others.
My name is Cheryl Judice and I am a sociologist who studies race, social class and marriage in contemporary American society, specifically marriages between African Americans and whites.
This blog will be devoted to examining historical and current issues related to dating, marriage, and divorce between African Americans and whites, with a focus on black women and white men. Supreme Court invalidated any laws prohibiting interracial marriages in the Loving vs. ‘Loving Day’ is celebrated in several places across the country and my blog celebrates this decision, too.
The fundamentals of working with bloggers are the same as with traditional journalists at traditional media outlets: respect their schedules; take time to read their material to learn their interests; and only contact them if/when they want to be contacted.
Vuelio’s blog ranking methodology takes into consideration social sharing, topic-related content and post frequency.
The Guyliner was created in 2010 by Justin Myers, a freelance writer and editor, to document and review all of the men he has dated (rating each of his dates out of 10 and including well-written, hilarious posts reviewing them).
His blog contains excerpts from his freelance work for GQ, the Guardian Blind Date column, and other freelance projects – as well as his survival guide for being single.
Second, black men are three to four times more likely than black women to marry outside of the race.
Black women are the for every 100 college educated black females, there are approximately 60 comparably educated black males.
Jordi Sinclair created his blog Thirty Something London after experiencing a breakup.