Friday, January 29, 2016

Season 1 Ends With Rant #10!

Rant #10 wraps up Season 1! We want to thank you so much for watching, sharing our videos and spreading the word! We're going to work even harder to make sure that Season 2 is just as humorous and relatable! 

If you're in Philly and you would like to be a cast member for Season 2, please email you're in Atlanta, casting will take place at our Valentines Day Mixer! You can get tickets at WATCH RANT #10 BELOW

Friday, January 22, 2016

Rant 9: Worst Date Ever

It's hard enough to find a date as it is for a single person, so we at least hope that the date will be good, but we all know that's not always the case!

Watch as our Philly cast tells us about their Worst Date Ever!

Also, please join us Saturday February 13th at our Valentines Day Mixer! You can purchase tickets here-->>

Friday, January 15, 2016

RANT #8: Interracial Dating!

Sorry for the delay! Rant #8 is finally live! Please like and share the video with all your closest relatives and friends.

Also, please join us Saturday February 13th at our Valentines Day Mixer! You can purchase tickets here-->>


Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Doesn't Matter If It's Black or White

This week's rant is about interracial dating. Very often in today's culture, you may hear people say that we live in a post-racial society, meaning we have moved past the time of racism and the culture has shifted into total acceptance of all races. First of all, if you hear that, don't believe the hype. Do some research into local headlines and you'll see that this just can't be true.

However, I had to ask myself, as a black woman, could I truly date outside of my race? My first instinctual answer is "yes, I don't see why not." I have dated a white man before and I would do it again. Okay, it was one date but who's counting?

I have heard many self-titled "relationship experts" tell black women that they should begin dating outside of their race because the numbers are stacked against them if their goal is to find a black man to marry that is not in jail or living a dangerous or devious life behind closed doors. I'm not so sure that I believe those statistics, but I digress.

As a producer of The Singles Rant, I was worried that this rant would cause controversy among our viewers. Most of our cast members had strong opinions as to which races they would and would not date. I do, however, understand that preference is not always prejudice, although I do think the first can be a love child of the latter. As much as I love black men and am proud to be the daughter of one, I can honestly say that I would date outside of my race. I think it's natural for one to jump straight to thinking about dating a white man but we have to remember that black and white are not the only races here on planet Earth.

I believe that any opportunity to see things through a different lens, albeit a different race, culture or country, is one that should be explored. Dating different races and cultures is only going to help you to learn yourself in a more deep and meaningful way, and we all know that you can't truly love another without fully learning and loving yourself first. So I say, if the opportunity presents itself to date outside of your race, do it! I believe that true love can come in many unconventional forms and if that's what you want, you've got to surrender and let go, let flow.

-Lana Dot

Monday, January 4, 2016

Join Us At Our Valentines Day Mixer!

Valentines Day is not usually a day geared towards singles but we're here to change that! Don't be sad because this is your second or third year without a significant other! Ha! Join us at our Valentines Day Social here in Atlanta. 
Come to mix, mingle, sip on adult drinks....and get this....Bae might even be there! Who knows! We will also be casting for Season 2 of The Singles Rant. If you already have a're still welcomed!

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