to Donate 5% of Profits to Black Lives Matters Movement

Press Release

Recent studies have shown that 70% of black women are single, 46% of black women are unmarried. Out of all the new HIV cases reported each year among women, nearly 75% of those women are African American, and nearly 78% of African American children are born to single mothers.

With these statistics in mind, seeks to offer detailed dating and relationship advice to educated African ­American women, helping them overcome problems common to many women of their race. Says content manager and digital strategist Quentin Witt, “We provide expert tips and hold no punches! Each one of our writers has been thoroughly reviewed to make sure our readers receive nothing but the best love, dating, and Relationship advice possible. Educated women know the best way to attack a problem is scientifically, with research and the best possible counsel. If the problem is they keep dating the wrong men, then the way to stop the cycle is with better Dating advice and research about how to achieve success next time.”

The relationship advice website (, which explores many different topics including why jealousy is not a sign of love and sexual addiction in men, is a proactive site for African ­American women to take control of their lives and relationships, says Mr. Witt, “Black women deserve to be treated like the Queens they are, and they should walk away from relationships that are taking away their joy. Our website helps give them the tools to recognize when and how to do this. We want to help women find the secrets to forming a healthy, strong relationship, for through that, we can strengthen our communities.”

The Black Love site, which launched in 2012 and has helped thousands of black women achieve relationship success, has today announced that going forward they will be donating 5% of all profits generated by to the Black Lives Matter Movement. Quentin Witt and the rest of’s staff are also urging other black­ owned websites, businesses, cultural icons and celebrities including Steve Harvey, Jay Z, Beyonce, Kevin Hart, Kanye West, Stephan Curry, Lee Daniels, Oprah Winfrey, Tyler Perry, Debra Lee, and The BET Networks to follow suit and do the same.

The international activist movement Black Lives Matters campaigns actively against violence towards black people, organizes protests centered around deaths and killings by police officers and issues including racial profiling, brutality by law enforcement, and racial inequality in the criminal justice system.

About provides detailed relationship advice to educated African­ American women through articles, interviews, videos, and other forms of digital media.