Qualified, Yet Single: Why Good Men Remain Single

What’s up BLAM Fam,

There’s a new film premiering in the D.C. metro area on June 21st, by our good friend Dr. Dwayne Buckingham in which he’s providing a thought provoking and honest look at why men are choosing to remain single.  For all of the single sister’s who’ve got questions and want answers about men and the failure to make a relational commitment…..please make a commitment to check this film out.  The more we know…the more we grow.  CLICK HERE to get your tickets.


For women who want to know why good men remain single, “Qualified, yet Single” is a straightforward, sincere and informative film that highlights some of the personal, interpersonal and emotional challenges that influence why some good men decide to remain single. Through heartbreak trauma, peer pressure and negative societal influences, a diverse group of fifteen men from Atlanta, D.C., Maryland and Saint Louis share heartfelt and thought-provoking stories about their decisions to remain Single.

This candid film encourages single men to think deeply about their lifestyles and motivates single women to look beyond a man’s surface in order to recognize that qualifications do not make a man qualified to be in a relationship.

Starring Darius Bradford (Former, Ricky Smiley Morning Show Host), Arvin Mitchell (Actor and BET Comedian), Guy Lambert (WPGC 95.5 Radio Personality) and Dr. Dwayne L. Buckingham.

CLICK HERE to purchase your ticket to the premier.

4 replies
  1. Nyley
    Nyley says:

    I picked up on the same comment about "I don't see a flaw in my mother". This is exactly the type of guy that will invite his mom over to your house 7 days a week. Mama's boy

  2. Kara
    Kara says:

    "I don't see a flaw in my mother"……ok, stay away from this dude!

  3. Sandy
    Sandy says:

    I desperately need to have some of my questions about men answered so I will for sure be in da house 🙂

  4. Katrina
    Katrina says:

    O.K now…i'm intrigued. I think I'm gonna check this one out.

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