How to date, mate and relate. Mixing race, culture and creed.
No; none of us in the BB&W Crew buy this horse excreta, but many, many MANY others do. Gotta give the guy credit for acknowledging his hypocrisy though.
To some people, you are a hardened, non-feminine creature and a workhorse until proven otherwise. And even when you’ve attempted to establish you’re anything but, the stubbornly unconvinced may try and use situations and circumstances to “test” you. To bring the “angry strong black woman you REALLY are” to the surface.
The reason some black women are so absolutely desperate to defend and uphold DBR black men at their own expense and that of other black women is the need to be loved and validated by ALL black men. Apparently even the ones absolutely not worth their time and energy.
I am not going to sugarcoat this for the black men who may be reading this who have no problem letting women handle their business as a man: When you desire to have a woman fight your battles, you have effectively surrendered your manhood.
“The black community has become a place of massive role reversals. The thing is, black women simply are not benefiting from having this happen. This hasn’t stopped the community at large setting up black boys as being pampered and treated like princesses and black women expected to uphold the pillars of the community and be treated like workhorses. In so many ways, black women have had their femininity stripped from them with the expectation that they defend and protect black men. Black men are not required to do so for black women.”
Black ladies who are clinging so steadfastly to “black love” while aiming a gun at both feet, I’m gonna just come right out and say that some of you will realize the foolishness of doing so–and it might be too late. Don’t you realize that your guilt, loyalty and unicorn-hunting is not being reciprocated?
Ever wanted to demonstrate the paradox of Black Male [Mixed] Privilege by systematically illustrating how male privilege is fully analogous to White privilege? Perhaps this post will be helpful.
Black men are in the complex position of being quite privileged in one sphere of human activity — romantic relationships — while being quite disempowered in all other spheres of human activity. As ever with any human being, privilege is hardly acknowledged, while disempowerment is appropriately and loudly resented.
I’m kinda late, but there’s still nine minutes left until Saturday, East Coast time. But on a serious note, why did the female guest-slash-wanna be actress-slash-You Tube flash in the pan feel the absolute need to drop her prepared schpiel to apologize to this DBR on behalf of all black women? Of all the cartoon [...]
More black women signing up to be walking, talking stereotypes…
“Single ladies, what are some of the rules you follow when dating someone new? Every new guy I date always tries to end the date with sex. I want to know if it could be me putting out those signals, or am I picking the wrong guys? I just went out with someone who I thought was great! He exemplified everything I thought was good in a Christian man. The entire date was perfect until he kept begging me to go to his house or he come to mine.”