What is being described as “groundbreaking”, “Swirlr” is a new dating reality series heading to a computer screen near you.  The show features singles who are opening themselves up to the “world” of interracial dating.

Take a look at the trailer:

“Swirlr” is hosted by Christelyn Karazin and Jordan Harbinger. Christelyn is co-author of the book“Swirling: How to Date, Mate And Relate – Mixing Race, Culture and Creed,” and Editor of the popular blog, BeyondBlackWhite.com. Jordan is a dating and body-language expert and co-founder of The Art of Charm.


Clutchettes, what do you think about “Swirl”? Will you watch?


  • Me

    @cbmts: THANK YOU! god forbid a bw actually CHOOSE to stick with bm b/c she got the right to not wanna be with somebody she ain’t attracted to just b/c a bunch of other bw let their past experiences sour them on dudes they never even met. if some people wanna explore other races that’s a choice but ain’t nobody required to do what you do or be jaded against bm just b/c you say so. and I sure wish folks would quit using stats to justify opinions they made before they found the stats. anybody can make numbers say what you want them to say. live & let live.

  • Me

    EXACTLY! there’s millions of black on black married couples in the us. you mean to tell me none of them include average looking black women? come on! a lot of these comments sound extra hurt. i hope they don’t end up realizing spinning your wheels in dating aint just a black thing. a man that ain’t ready to marry just ain’t ready to marry even if he’s white. i have friends that swore off black men cuz they kept dating losers but then turn around and started dating anything that ain’t black but all of a sudden they dating better quality white men. why do women compare the lowest bm to the higher quality wm and act like they found some magic formula? it sickens me.

  • Carrie

    Interracial dating is obviously not a new trend, and no one needs “permission” from any “racial spokesperson,” aka Spike Lee on who to be friends with, date, or marry. I like to see mixed groups of friends and dating partners. Why? removal of misappropriated stereotypes that commonality exists in meaningful ways.I am a SWF- I’ve dated Indian men, and one Asian, and the rest “white.” I’ve not dated a black man because the opportunity has not presented itself. Most of the black men to try to get my number are either older, or they are younger and I have felt uncomfortable with the experiences. I do not think of men I’ve dated and list them some kind of “racial tally”. I can rightfully guess the clients for this service have expandable bank accounts, and financial means to be an acceptable dating client. I don’t have this financial background, so I probably wouldn’t be a client. My “networth” is on the inside.

  • ………

    so black woman cant win this game eh? and black men are more capable of being able to MERRY out? funny i see so many black women with men of other races. in england there maybe more black men marrying out but go to italy or the islands and there are way more black women with white men. depends on the area i would gather.

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    black women not winning the game eh? im pretty sure we are and will(although there are those that dont want us to. so black men can/do MERRY out more? believe me other races of women arent checking for you all like that either, dont be fooled.

    in england black men may be married to white women more but in the islands black women are married to white men more. depends on the area I would think.

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