I think it's romantic.' 'We call ourselves the Boothstowes!' The ultra-fit reality stars - who bizarrely front Dunkin Donuts and 7-Eleven - fell in love on the 11th season of the spin-off after Kaitlyn placed third on ABC's The Bachelor 'Have you seen these arms?But on Sunday it was all about her friend Jessica Knutson's wedding as Bachelorette vet Kaitlyn Bristowe dressed up to watch the pal tie the knot at the University of British Columbia's Museum of Anthropology Pacific Spirit Park in Vancouver.

We can lie to ourselves and pretend that the problem is not there, or we can do something to try and address this problem.

What I’m trying to do is create a dialogue, so that we can take a look at this problem.

These are some PICTURES of BLACK MEN that date, and marry outside of their race.

In looking at these pictures I notice that a lot of brothers are now dating Asian women, and there’s nothing wrong with that because when two people are in love, their skin color shouldn’t matter.

These are some good brothers, there’s no question about that, but I’ve often heard Black men complain about Black women hot temper, and their attitude.

A few weeks ago I was talking to some brothers, and they said man I love sisters, but it seems like they are never satisfied.With that being said when we look at these pictures, then we have to ask this question--------is it possible that some sisters, are driving brothers away?'We only knew each other for 10 weeks before I proposed!' The Bachelorette's Kaitlyn Bristowe and fiancé Shawn Booth might have moved into a Nashville home together, but they are in no rush to get married 'We're both normal people and the most normal thing we can do is wait': It's a sensible decision considering that of the 30 couples from The Bachelor/The Bachelorette franchise, only six have remained together'We call ourselves the Boothstowes.But when I get married, I'm going to take his name.I'm not a traditional person, but when it comes to that, I like the idea of being traditional.