Recognized as one of Atlanta’s most eligible bachelors, Dewand considers himself something of a dating expert.He’s the executive producer of the upcoming film, a reality check on the three biggest misconceptions women have when dating Black men.Check out the video to see if you agree with Dewand and come out to see him on Sunday, April 2 at Impact church located at 2323 Sylvan Rd., Atlanta, Ga., 30344 for the Gathering of Champions, “Real Love Matters” relationship panel.Every year young black gay men, and some not so young, make their way to Atlanta for adventure, for romance or to follow their dreams.
They will reminisce about subway systems with 24-hour service as if such a quality is the defining mark of civilization. Then there are those of us from Atlanta; those of us who grew up poor or working class.
via GIPHY It’s an unconventional idea lol but try going out without the sole purpose of meeting a man.
And with cuffing season quickly approaching, you will have to make some changes if you don’t want to get snowed in alone, again.
They will complain about the slowness of the city: The pace is too slow, people walk too slowly, people talk too slowly.
They even claim our accents are indecipherable (I say this as someone who doesn’t really have a Southern accent except for when I get excited or angry).