As you may already know, double standards seemingly haunt us in every aspect of our lives, whether that's at work, school or the already difficult world of dating.The twisted rules apply to different types of men and women.Those guests include four black men who do not date black women.Before everyone gets to mingle, three of the men meet with Iyanla to talk about why they avoid dating within their race.This mixer is an opportunity for the House of Healing women to use their new tools, but it's also a challenge. Iyanla watches from a monitor in another room as the party begins.Lita and Koro seem to connect more quickly than anyone expected—including Iyanla, who senses that Lita still has more work to do to fully stand in her truth."And I don't like that." Like Rita, Jaimeka also uses the techniques she's learned to control her frustrations and speak calmly.
"Unlike New ‘Bachelorette' Rachel Lindsay, Single Black Women Rarely Date Outside Their Race," read the headline of the now-deleted story.The story flew under the radar until tweeted it out with an even more controversial description."New ‘Bachelorette' Rachel Lindsay is proving black women actually do like men outside their race," the magazine tweeted.The tweet's implication that there is something odd or unusual about interracial dating did not go over well on the social media site.Others pointed out that the data Dear @Newsweek, 2011 called and it wants its headline back.