Speed dating for black
There’s nothing wrong with “getting your swirl on,” but if you’re a Black person looking for Black love, this can be a disappointing blow to your dating pool.
Austin is home to the University of Texas, and while there are families here, that still gives the city a college-town vibe, allowing adults to essentially never grow up.
Well, you’re in luck — Speed Dating is coming your way!!! #UBEDating #UBEthe Change You Wish To See If you need to update your HIV status, allow us to link you to free and confidential HIV testing.
Our club has become a real community where we have regulars who come along just because they love a good dance within their age range.
Obviously the earlier part of the evening with introductions at the bar or the optional mass speed dating are great ice-breakers and the best way to come before the DJ kicks off the party if you are also looking for a partner.
We are a community of single professionals that value building friendships and community spirit.
We get together on a regular basis and have a great time.
We provide an alternative to the bar scene for busy single professionals.
Looking to meet other empowering, sexy SINGLE guys in the area? UBE is hosting a speed dating event where you might meet your future “bae”! It is important to update your HIV status every 3 – 6 months, and encourage your friends to do the same.
Here’s why: Black newcomers to Austin typically ask the same thing: Where are all the Black people?
Compared to Houston and Dallas, Austin has a lower Black population (though it’s been steady percentage wise holding at near 8% in the greater Austin metropolitan statistical area since 2000).
Your number of eligible mates shrinks even more depending on your standards like education, income, physical appearance, age, and those only interested in “Netflix and Chill.” The streets seem to be filled with interracial couples. From interviews with Black women here, there is a consensus that it seems like Black men dating white women is a more common occurrence than vice versa.
Nationally, statistics show Black men are twice as likely to marry outside of their race than Black women.
We have members 30s, 40s and 50s & early 60s and the majority of the age range is 35 - 55.