Love Bytes: Top Myths About Black Woman/White Man Relationships

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Can black marriage be "cured" by more interracial couples? Plus, SATC is back to TV.

It all started with a Wall Street Journal article that called for more black women to marry men of other races. Only one out of every 20 black women is in an interracial marriage, a much smaller proportion than black men, the author noted, and 70 percent are unmarried, the most unmarried group in America. With the high incarceration and early-death rate among black men, this is unsurprising. Is the solution to marry men of other races? The Internet had some interesting, often outraged responses. Madame Noire decided to dispel some common myths about black woman/white man relationships. (Madame Noire)

A Taco Bell worker in Georgia handcuffed himself to his coworker when she refused to go on a date with him. (Huffington Post)

During a GOP debate, the moderator asked Michele Bachmann, "As president, would you be submissive to your husband?" and she responded that submission means respect. How... antiquated. Would you vote for Bachmann? (The Frisky)

Sex And The City is coming back to TV?! (YourTango)

Getting married in a couple of months and completely broke/in debt? Don't panic. (BlissTree)

Abortions in the U.S. are safer than ever, so why isn't childbirth? (Mommyish)

Essence presents a handy guide to make-up sex. (Essence)

Horny? There's an app for that. (CollegeCandy)

Jane Fonda is 73 and still kickin'. She talks to The Daily Beast about aging, politics and romance. (The Daily Beast)

Bruce Jenner and Kris Kardashian tell ThirdAge, in an exclusive, why their love has lasted for over 20 years. Surely making ridiculous music videos featuring O.J. Simpson played a part. (ThirdAge)

Socks with sandals, V-necks, pinky rings: Men's fashions that women hate, in all their glory! (Yahoo! Shine)