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Interracial Dating Expert Appeared on Nationally Syndicated Morning Show
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Interracial Dating Expert Appeared on Nationally Syndicated Morning Show

Interracial Dating & Relationship Expert, Ming Gregory, CEO of Color Blind International, a dating agency headquartered in Atlanta specializing in interracial relationships  was on the The Steve Harvey Morning Show on Wednesday, March 2nd during their 8:30am segment bringing her expertise and experience about dating in the 21st century. Ming gave her point of view of dating from a woman's perspective as well as a matchmaker's perspective.  As a savvy single woman living in a  city that everybody believes has a lack of 'qualified' and 'date-able' men, particularly of the African-American persuasion, Ming says a woman's best dating arsenal is authentic confidence and keeping an open mind.  Ming shares, "Dating in general is really not complicated at all.  And it's really not that difficult to date in Atlanta.  It's all about perspective and I'm looking forward to having the opportunity to share my perspective with Mr. Harvey on his nationally syndicated morning radio show." 

Color Blind International is a dating agency that specifically specializes in matching people of diverse cultures. "Our clients willingly embrace the diversities of other cultures and ethnicities in hopes of finding true love based on the personality and character of their potential love match," she says. "Race isn't a component that's factored into our process, unless our clients specifically request it." 

Is our world really becoming more color blind?  Apparently, race is mattering less these days, say researchers at the Pew Research Center, who report that nearly one out of seven new marriages in the U.S. is interracial or inter-ethnic according to a 2008 study. 

Couples engaging in interracial and interethnic relationships are becoming commonplace in the U.S., a trend that is also noticeable in Hollywood and politics. President Obama is the product of a black father from Africa and a white mother from Kansas. Supermodel Heidi Klum, who is white, married Seal, a British singer who is black. "It's all relative - the most popular stars today are of mixed or interracial heritage or living that way," says Ming. "Mariah Carey, Drake, the Kardashians. In the end, love doesn't see color; it only cares about the heart." 

Ming gave tips to couples who are dating interracially or considering dating interracially, she also offered some advice and tips about matchmaking versus online dating and why you may choose one over the other.  Stay tuned to this savvy matchmaker who is penning a book about dating interracially that will debut later this year.  For more information, please visit http://www.colorblindmatchmaking.com. All media inquiries or request for speaking engagements should be sent to public relations agency, T.MORRISON AGENCY

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