So Why Is a Black Man So Hard to Find?

By David Schoetz

Apr 21, 2010 11:52pm

As civil as tonight's "Face-off" debate may have been, our panelists failed to arrive at any real answer to the controversial question: Why can't a successful black woman find a man? There remain two sides of the story — one placing the blame on a dearth of marriageable men; the other pointing a finger at the unreasonable expectations of women. So tonight, we ask: Why do you think so many of these women are still searching for a partner? And what can be done to address the issue? Tell us what you think. Embedded below is a clip of panelist and co-host of "The View" Sherri Shepherd disputing that her standards are too high. You can find the "Face-off" in its entirety HERE.

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