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Toni, I hope that you can hear me...! The applause from the Universe is DEAFENING!!!!
6 months, 3 weeks ago on "#SolidarityIsForWhiteWomen" And That's Not Going To Change In Feminism
This may meet opposition, but I'm a little taken back by women who are swirling and on a swirl site congratulating Kerry. Because, honestly, I'm disappointed. I really believed that she was a swirl-girl. And that she certainly was representing this freedom quite nicely! In the BC her marriage is being met with a snide smugness and celebration.SMH. I wish Kerry and her husband well. But we really need sound representation and support and examples of beautifully functioning interracial relationships for BW. These relationships need to be seen and hailed and supported. I almost feel that Kerry took us back a few steps! But all's fair in love and war.
8 months ago on Kerry Washington Marries a Black Man, And Yet She STILL Remains the Embodiment of What BB&W Is About
SMOKING hot...but...some literature of a BW/WM romantically speaking at/to/with one another can be just as "hot". I understand this is a genre including BW/WM. I've a stash myself. And more than likely this one will be joining it! It's well written.
10 months, 1 week ago on Weekend Read: Cora Blu's “BLADE” Book II
I completely agree that we just need to show up and appear as ourselves. But I will be watching television and a shampoo or some hair product commercial comes on and the white chick is flinging her head, her hair is shiny and bright and flowing and oh, so soft and silky(words used in the Ad!) lights and camera angles make her look like Mary Mother of God herself ! And I blurt out, "This is Racist!". It is. Then hair relaxer Ads-for us-are appear showing us how we too can have the same hair!
The article is talking about how this is a sickness. How did we become so sick? Why is it still going on so strongly? i see call outs about models in black face and lack of black models and actresses in the media, but very few attacks on the racism of hair. Just on our own blogs and websites such as this one.
PS I watch very little television to avoid its toxicity.
10 months, 2 weeks ago on Black Women Have a Sickness When It Comes to Hair
Believe me it is just that kind of attitude that keeps me out of such Activism! Jumping into the Racist Snake Pit of hair is NOT a gig I want!! I lead by example.
Oops! I was trying to write a comment via mobile and this site is so alive that it hit a glitch. Sorry about that.
As I was saying. BM own racism right now. As far as they and everyone including ourselves are concerned, Racist acts, behaviour and violence ONLY happens to them. They, most of everyone and even ourselves really believe that BM have it harder, rougher, tougher, bad, in society! BW can not equate Racism with our daily lives or personally. The closet we come to it is verbal encounters, which we really categorize as sexism, aka women are snarky, nasty, hateful, catty, bitches!
Our hair issues are Race based. And we need an honest discussion about it without dismissing it as women issues, preference, or no big deal. This goes beyond skin as even light skinned Sisters have woolly heads! It's obviously an extremely strong African trait.
We need to cease hair policing and attacking one another. Aversion to curly/kinky/African hair is brain washing. It's been ingrained in us for many, many generations. In knowing this, I have felt pity and compassion. Initially it has not been our fault. We're perpetuating it. But it's a learned behaviour. An awful Racist conditioning.
I believe something radical has to be done. Pressure on shampoo Ads, salons, hair dressers, Hollywood. A real campaign. Whomever starts this rolling, I wholeheartedly believe it will snowball. And so many of us will be behind it. This is NOT trivial. A non issue. This is Racism. It has sincerely hurt and damaged our psyches. It's real. It's caused shame, drastic unhealthy measures, shunning, rejection, ridicule, rage, hate, violence. These actions have been targeted towards straight haired girls too, as a result of jealously, self-hatred, pain. It goes both ways. BW's hair is a Racist issue. Did i say it enough times?
I would like to see more articles, organizations and individuals proactive about this now. What are we going to do about this? How are we going to eradicate this evil Racist conditioning once and for all???
Oh when, oh when will the BS end...? Sigh. Barack and Michelle Obama are going trough exactly what the great Jackie Roberson went through. He endured hideous backlash. Also this woman, Ms. Harris, is not only a political threat but her being black and called attractive, caused a racist reaction.
This is foolishness.
11 months ago on Did President Obama Owe Kamala Harris an Apology?
That was my first reaction as well. Wendy fan! As the article could have been her much more appropriate aversion towards that ridiculous woman.
Wendy Williams is so silly. She's crass and at most pitiful. The only embarrassment she warrants is an ugly truth amongst BW. With her deeply racist rooted conditioning that we've all suffered from or at least witnessed up close. She's likeable enough because we understand. Yet can only tolerate in very, very, very small dosages!! (SHUDDER)
Don't hate the messenger, dear.
11 months, 2 weeks ago on 5 Reasons Why The Old Aunt Viv Should Keep Her Mouth Closed
I 100% agree. It's pathetic.
1 year, 1 month ago on ABC's "The Bachelor" is back -- with four Black Women!
WW power and privilege shall be shall be televised!
Tokens. They're going one by one. I started watching for the first time since this shitty show broadcasted and almost fell off of my chair. I'm insulted. It is a game after all. And we are being played.
They look lovely. But...! I am getting just a weeee bit weary and leery of seeing so many African brides in Interracial coupling posts. It subtly reminds me of WM who go overseas for foreign brides, particularly AW.
1 year, 1 month ago on Swirling Eye Candy: Victoria and Brad Rose
You ain't missing a thing. I watched it for free and morbid curiosity. Just what I expected. But I did realize that the women were experiencing Racism. OUR experience of Racism is ALWAYS a by product of BM! Like Django Unchained. In fact it's appears that we don't experience Racism, it's exclusively a BM's. And only WM dish it.
1 year, 2 months ago on Hot Abercrombie Guy Tells of "Awkward" Interracial Dating Experience
Sorry for those messed up sentences! Kind of difficult to edit on a mobile. I do it every time! the MAN', not MSN! And, what a great disclosure Chris!
Well, well, well-WELL! The chickens have FINALLY come home to roost!!
I must admit, I was expecting it to be the same old okey Dole! With BM gods lording over everyone! But it was our very quiet dirty little secret!
Last week I held back on committing on BW gritting their teeth over Michael Ealy's engagement. What I'll say now, I'd that "our" Racist experiences have been under the hands(literally!) of WW. Something that for some strange and odd reason remains in the shadows. I thought about this watching The Help. This was actual the true brouhaha, the gist of that movie. We got caught up in the servitude. I saw the Racism going on from WW who've ALWAYS been complicit with WM! But WM are the only culprits. The MSN was accompanied with Miss Anne! Unbelievable! These harpies! They exercised their waning little power. Scared the boy. What a damn shame. I know there's more to come. But it only means that they will finally be held accountable. Maybe Sisters...we are about to see ourselves be unveiled, sitting on our Royal Thrones! Behold, baby. Behold.
I HATED DALLAS too evem though alot of the people I knew loved that trash(along with other prim time soap operas that really had a hard tim admitting Blacks on them!)!And I too loved him as Tony Nelson(great name). I had a crush on him. He was CRAZY funny. Talented. And had a really cool personality. RIP Larry.
1 year, 3 months ago on BREAKING: "Dallas" Actor, Larry Hagman Dies at 81
Nope! No! No! NO! Not interested!
1 year, 4 months ago on Have the Publicists for the Recent Slavery-themed Films Begun To Respond to the Complaints?
Thank you. The only reason why I mentioned "in-depth" is because I like you got irked by this young BW who actually stood up and spewed such nonsense! AMAZING! And I wanted you to really sound off and round every corner for the reason of this psychotic behaviour! You know that BW really think that BM are better than WM and they can't fathom our attraction let alone our choice of WM. And we've fallen for the other nonsense that BM are "sole" victims of society. No one suffers more than them!
I might add, Chris handled that brilliantly. She gave it right back to this young woman where it belonged. She insisted that this poor thing "think". Quite honestly, the young woman probably felt mixed emotions and was scared! Chris gave her the space for autonomy. Excellent.
TheZitaZitomihr(loving your tag!),
America more so with the strict standard of beauty and masculinity and Racial inferiority complexes, but it goes on in every nook and cranny of the World. Lets work on eradication here, like Chris and Toni(and all of us here) are doing.
1 year, 5 months ago on Why Can't Some Black Women Put Their Interests Above Black Men?
Although this post was nicely written, I wish that it could have been more in-depth. Everyone here is really taking it personal. I wish that we could really discuss these indoctrinated BW. It's extremely sad. To be victim to such total and complete BS. It's about rejection, low self-esteem, inferiority, and superiority. The latter especially. We are a superficial country. Remember BW are still wrestling to take hold of our part of The Crown Of Beauty. WW have half of it as it is! BM hold HALF of The Crown Of Beauty and Strength for men-I'd dare to say even more. They are the symbol of masculinity. Even White folks believe this. Many BW believe that BM are better than WM. We know of BW, in our own family, who actually brag about a certain White/Asian/Hispanic women who LOVES BM! We really need to address this masculine inferiority/superiority issue. Some WM(and others)are just as hot as SOME BM! And honorable and kind and strong mentally and physically.
I was waiting for this once I read that inane article. I wanted to run over here and say, "Did you just read the pure shit Clutch just posted???". But I waited. I wish that you weren't so angry(even though it WAS a sucker punch!) and be more philosophical. Because you know that this is all about competition and what we've all experienced one way or another with BW. I really don't think that it would be such an issue if BM were throwing 'swirling' around every where that they went. It would then be so sexy-or funny.
This woman just seems to be was so petty and pathetic. Even using some out-of-the-loop WM to prove her point! Silly silly broad, smh.
We need not start a war-please. Just understand. It's merely opposition. And keep on SWIRLING!
1 year, 5 months ago on Liars and Gaslighters: How the New Anti-Swirling Meme Falls Flat