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He was my friend but really acting like a boyfriend should/would. I remember him buying me this sweet gift the day after I took my medical entrance exam.”In other words, non-black men were interested all along, but her radar was only geared toward one of man to the exclusion of everyone else.
“I realized that I had never really given myself a real chance to even be liked by a white man. The level of brainwashing that goes on in our community should be studied by the CIA. The problem is, black men on par with Misee in the career and education department are few and far between, and frankly, are living fat on the spoils of the good-and-marriageable black man shortage.
Take one look at Misee Harris, a sweet, soft-spoken southern belle from Tennessee (and a doctor and inventor for lawd’s sakes at only 29) you’d think she has it all.
When one looks at the “checklist for marriage acceptability” by the constantly-moving target that many black women aspire to and mostly can never meet, Misee is IT.