*In the most recent issue of Sister2Sister magazine, Meagan Good admitted that as a youngster, she, like everyone else, was beaten up by other kids and also shared her thoughts about being “whitewashed” and interracial dating. Yep, dating outside of her race is right up her alley:

“I’m attracted to all kinds of men, right down to blond hair and blue eyes to Filipino.”

She let’s us know that rumors about her and haters don’t bother her at all, either. The actress is also excited about her role in the upcoming film, “Think Like A Man,” alongside funny man Kevin Hart, whose really on a big screen roll.

The comedian who just premiered his comedy tour movie, “Laugh At My Pain,” also takes a moment to make light of his own tragedies in life, including growing up with a drug addicted father and a failed marriage. But all isn’t bad in life, he’s back on the dating scene. He admits, though, that he’s not very romantic:

“Jeez, I don’t think I got a romantic bone in my body.”

Speaking of romance, Regina Hall, who also stars in “Think Like A Man,” talks about love in the upcoming issue, saying her three brothers taught her a lot about romance and says interracial dating isn’t a bad idea.

“I think Black women should open up with who they’re willing to date, you know, dating outside of their race.”

Hall plays the role of a single mother who takes dating tips from Steve Harvey on how to balance a child and dating. Her love interest, however, happens to be a mama’s boy played by Terrence J.

Taraji P. Henson, Gabrielle Union, Michael Ealy, Jerry Ferrara, and Chris Brown also star in the upcoming film.

“Think Like A Man” is an adaptation of Steve Harvey’s best selling book of advice “Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man” and is due out spring next year.