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I think her hobbies are perfect when it comes to swirling. I find that there's a large group of nerdy white guys who are really into the comic book/sci-fi scene. I think she just needs to socialize a bit more like going to some comic book conventions and just meeting people with similar interests, she is bound to meet a lot of guys there.
1 month, 3 weeks ago on QOTW: Quirky Girl Wants to Date Interracially. Some Tips…
As annoying as Chris Brown is, these quotes break my heart. I heard Lil Wayne mention something similar, where he lost his virginity very young (I believe he was around 11). I think he mentioned he was at a party and there was an older woman (probably a stripper) who he lost his virginity to. I remember everyone was laughing and clapping as he told his story as if it is something something to be proud of but you could tell he seemed sad and intoxicated. It was obviously rape. It's sad.
2 months ago on Who Raped Chris Brown? Sexual Assault Has No Gender
“Nobody wants you, you dark, ugly creature of the deep! See! These white dudes will date interracially with every other race in the world except for you! So just go kill yourself!!”
"I know. You’re all crying right now. It will be okay. The heart will heal."
For some reason you had me rolling with laughter with those lines, plus the photo of the eligible bachelor did not help either lol
SMH, he acts like BW are crawling over hot coal to get to him.
2 months, 2 weeks ago on News Items This Week We Didn't Cover (But Should Have)
The first thing I noticed about the lady is how beautiful, elegant and how well put together she is. You can tell she is very feminine and loves herself, she has a good job and swirls with her wonderful white boyfriend. She is not a mule, a mammy or a loudmouth. She is a threat.
I find it funny that people are always criticizing BW for being angry, strong and not submissive enough. That we don't know how to take care of our men, yet we have this woman proving them wrong and they are still complaining.
I bet these WW feminists are the same who cosign foolishness like Monique not shaving her legs and Gabourey Sidibe being overly obese saying "Go girl!Love yourself just the way you are!No need to improve yourself" Yet they have no problem staying fit, healthy, marrying well and having men protect them and love them.
2 months, 2 weeks ago on A Traditionally Feminine Black Woman Under Attack!
I don't like Evelyn and yes, I can totally believe she really was thirsty to get married to a baller. All those ladies in that show are not wives and she probably felt superior by finally marrying an athlete. Chad has a slew of kids by a million women, he is not exactly a catch.
Also these women were very nasty and physically abusive to one cast member who was the ONLY wife in the entire show which led me to believe they were simply jealous. They made some color struck comments about her being dark skinned and her features being ugly- I guess it burned their toast to see a black woman who does not fit their twisted standard of beauty happily married to a man they desired.
3 months ago on Reality TV Star Evelyn Lozada on Why She Married an Abuser: "I Just Wanted to Be Married"
Wow, the story sounds so good, I'm going it watch it right now lol This couldn't have come at a better time, just yesterday I was looking for a good IR on TV or movies to watch, now think I have found one.
3 months, 1 week ago on Soaps: Interesting Interracial Love Triangle on The Bold & The Beautiful
@AshleyFisher I think I have seen that telenovela,was the lead role played the beautiful Taís Araújo? If so it was a very good show. It's sad how they they treated her character simply because she was black. And yes, it is very rare to see black people on telenovelas even though they do exist in Brazil and South America, they are hardly represented in the media.
@reem11 sounds like the movie "the purge".
3 months, 2 weeks ago on On The Death Of Christopher Lane
@Dandelion100 @mzsunshine @Elegance "You also brought up Snoop Dogg (or lion, cat, honey badger, whatever animal he's choosing to go by nowadays). "
^^I hollered at honey badger!lol thanks for the laugh
3 months, 3 weeks ago on Harriet Tubman Sex Video is Also a Slap in Face for Black Women/White Men Relationships
@LorMarie @Imani she goes by the name of Shanna Malcolm on Youtube. Brace yourself, her channel is full of ignorance.
the woman in the video is a Youtube 'comedian' and she is terribly annoying and a total mess. If you think this is bad, pls go see her channel. I'm not shocked she signed up for this. Basically she plays up the ignorant, fat, loud stereotypes to get viewers. And you know how people love laughing at ignorant, fat, loud BW. Don't they know non black people are not laughing with them but at them??
She calls her viewers McNigglets, has white friends who do skits with black faces and of course their favorite impersonations are the ghetto BW skits. I cringe every time I see her because she does a good job at acting ignorant. I wish people like her would stop doing this mess because it is not doing us any favors.
This is her with one of her friends who has on a black face:
As for Russel being involved, is anyone surprised??
Wow, amazing story!Brought tears to my eyes. Goes to show happiness can be found even in the darkest of times. I read Disney is making a film about her, I hope they pay her well for using her name/story and she gets enough money to go to school to pursue her dream of becoming a doctor. I had never heard of this young lady! Heart warming.
4 months ago on Good News You Can Use: The Story Behind the New Book "The Queen of Katwe"
OT: But George Lucas and Melody just had a baby girl (via surrogate), congrats to the happy couple!
Now back to Oprah, I am glad the store is getting the backlash that they deserve. And it's laughable how the store owner is trying to save face smh. Why not admit and apologize, making excuses is only making the issue worse. I think Oprah handled it the proper way.
4 months ago on How To Be A Strong Black Woman: Follow Oprah’s Example
@Elegance I agree with everything you said!I know people like to joke about WW tears, but crying is one of WW biggest weapon along with being soft, feminine and womanly. It doesn't mean they are weak, WW and other non BW just know the game and play it well. That is why they have men go above and beyond to open doors for the, save them, protect them, marry them and provide for them. Men are usually attracted to feminine traits and they know it. We have been know for being "strong" and "independent" for a long time now, hows that working for us?
And I would never want to date a man like the one in the video, who expects me to stand up for him, provide for him and all that mess. As a man, that is his job, not mine. I am a woman, I deserve to be loved, protected, have men open doors for me and be treated like a lady just like any other non BW out there.
4 months ago on Do We Have To Get Rid Of The Strong Black Woman?
To me the strong BW image seems to do more harm than good. Everything is good if it is well balanced. The problem is the whole strong BW thing is off balanced when it comes to representing BW. We are seen as masculine, mean, untrustworthy, asexual, bitter and that is the last thing any woman wants to be associated with.
I think you can get your point across and stand up for yourself without using the strong BW stereotype. For example in your situation at the store, you weren't loud or aggressive, just firm enough to get your point across, which is probably why even the store clerk respected you and ignored the jerk of a bully. The situation turned out better than if you would have started hollering and cursing the bully.
I think it is time we as BW drop the strong sista soldier thing. It is not helping us at ALL IMO. Yes, one can be strong, but strength comes in different forms, not just masculine. Strength can come from being a good listener, politeness, kindness, patience, charm, intelligence. We need to play up these attributes instead of the usual asexual, loud aggressive ones we are sometimes associated with.
trust me there are very few roles in Hollywood for BW and most BW are just happy to get work period. I doubt they would turn down a role simply because they have to work with a WM actor.
Take for example the role of Olivia Pope. Every black actress knew they would be acting opposite a WM love interest and almost every black female actress wanted that role BADLY. Why?Because they knew it meant a steady pay check. Gabriel Union recently said how fierce the competition was for that role was and almost every black actress wanted it- because roles like that written for BW don't come everyday.Women like Viola Davis have talked about it, pls watch the Oscar Round table discussion where she says she gets turned down all the time because of the way she looks despite being a phenomenal actress. She is reduced to playing a maid and a mammy. Yet people like Zoe equate it to laziness.
I have friends in the industry who are BW actress so I see it first hand, it is cut throat and very tough because there are so little roles, especially if you don't fit the "exotic/racially ambiguous" look. Which is why most actresses like Rosario Dawson, Rae Dong and Zoe are quick to throw in the "I'm mixed, Indian, Latina etc" they are not stupid, they know it works to their advantage. It is the same with the story of the lady who changed her race on a job resume/internet dating profile from black to other/mixed and got more offers/replies. These things are real and it is sad when people pretend that the are not.
4 months, 1 week ago on Watch Zoe Saldana and Christian Bale in the First Trailer for 'Out of the Furnace'
@PaigeinPhilly @Uvo she said that most black actress who complain about racism in HW are simply lazy. That there is no racism/colorism and they need to get over it. It was something along that line. She doesn't want to acknowledge the racism/colorism simply because she is among the people who are gaining privilege from such a matter. She can play the I'm Latina/Dominican/racially ambiguous black girl card but not every actress can. I'm sure if she was on the other side of the coin, she wouldn't make such nasty remarks and discard other people's struggles as "laziness". She can deny it all she wants but it is the truth, there is a certain type of actress that is favored over others, that is why women like Rae Dawn Chong was mad at Oprah (who doesn't fit the type) for being more successful than her. Because society has told everyone for years girls who look like Zoe and Rae are the ones who fit the beauty standards, the ones who get the gf roles.
@DawnNadeau yea thanks, i needed a good laugh ^_^
@DawnNadeau I always laugh when people equate personal opinions to hating. I don't see any "hate" towards Zoe here. None of us know here know her personally and we have never claimed to. I am judging her based on the public comments she made as she judged other fellow black actress. If you can dish it out, then you should be able to take it back. It was not some personal attack on something she has no control over, it was based on her ignorant comments.
@Uvo Yep, it's usually the same old "safe" black actresses. I can't stand Zoe for some of her comments towards other black actresses anyways. Very disrespectful.