I see hurt and pain, like I’m not doing this because I want to, I’m doing this because you made me do it, I’m doing this because of all the time you have disrespected me by calling me ugly I’m doing this so you know how it feels when I see you chasing all these blue eyed, blonde haired white women, leaving me on the shelf, and you know what, when I see that look I don’t blame the black woman I blame the black men who left her on the shelf for white women they thought were easy, yet turned out to be hard.In every race women look for their men to validate them, when their men don’t, they grow up with self-hate.Other races are always seen as a trophy on the arm of a Black man". It would be one thing if it was true love, but some are just doing it because they see it as a prize.He looked at me like I was crazy and said, "you don't understand the black man struggle. Even on social media, my heart will sink as I see Black women I've known from high school or elementary now say they're "Black and Filipino", "Black and Puerto Rican", "Black and whatever race"… It seems these women have been conditioned to think they're not worthy if they're "just Black".The focus on “Racism” with non-blk men is ridiculous in the face of all the UNaddressed bm sexism that black women live EVERYDAY, but never seem to feel the need to be at the forefront of their relationships with black males. To join her private black-woman-only email list, click here.
He said lightheartedly, "I hope our son has my hair". It would be easier to manage if his hair was curly was all I'm saying". We’re living in a white man’s world, they set the laws, the tone etc…for nearly everything. Edited and added: [(NOT ALL WHITE MEN)] don’t mean to be rude…js…”Here’s the truth of it: The average Joe living in Alabama in 1950 who loved the cute country girl did NOT have the power as an individual to change laws and social hierarchies that were established before he was even born.Tom is Mississippi did not have the power to NOT get fired from his job for having a black wife and half-black kids at home.A lot of times, black women expect one man to conquer the world and give up everything and risk everyone’s life with constant stress of being victimized by people who are against him, and if he doesn’t choose that, he’s a cowardly piece of shit.
When I bring up the FACT that black women were also terrified of making the leap to love across color lines, historical context and justifications are given.
It started getting intense and I said, "you don't get it!