Yesha Callahan

A Message To The Sorry Brotha Who Called Black Women “The Most Masculine” He’s Dealt With

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How did you start 2016? Writing new year’s resolutions? Hitting the gym hard core? Praying and meditating more? How about increasing the divide between black men and women by making generalizations about the opposite sex based on your limited personal experience? No? Not you either? Well then you started the year off far better than this Reditt user who — three days into the new year — exemplified why the concept of black love is as foreign to some as the telegraph. Here’s what was written on the public forum under the subject line: Black Women Lack Femininity

tldr: Black women are the most masculine women out of all the women i’ve dealt with.

In my experience with dealing with women of all different races. I find that black women are the worst when it comes to displaying feminine characteristics.

As a black man myself, I feel that we as black men have been introduced to feminism early on in our lives. While feminism is unfortunately growing in popularity, black men have a lot of experience in dealing with this due to the fact that black women tend to be on the extreme side when it comes to this. Their extreme case of masculinity has to be the biggest turn off when I have to deal with black women.

EDIT: I forgot to mention that I am referring to American black women. Foreign black women are much more submissive and feminine than the women I mentioned above.

Do you feel that black women are the least feminine?

No, you simpleton, I don’t feel that black women are the least feminine and here’s why.

Dear JimProphetMGTOW,

Happy New Year and a delayed Merry Christmas! I’m not sure what gifts Santa left under your tree this year, but I certainly hope an Oxford dictionary was one of them because you seem to lack a clear understanding of masculinity, femininity, and, the greatest of all, feminism.

Being a feminist, which in it’s simplest form means supporting equal political, economic, cultural, personal, and social rights for women, is in no way related to one’s display of masculinity or femininity. That’s why, for reasons likely unknown to you, men can be feminists. It’s also why there’s nothing unfortunate, as you posited, about the reality that feminism is growing in popularity. If you think the fact that an increasing number of men and women believe the latter should be on par with the former is a problem, you sir, are the one with the problem — but of course we already knew that when you decided to create a public thread about how “Black women are the most masculine women” out of all those you have dealt with.

I’m thoroughly curious what your definition of masculine is, and while I hate to turn this into a tit for tat situation, I can’t help but provide a little insight into why you might have come to the conclusion that you have. If by calling black women masculine you mean we tend to be independent, assertive, uncompromising, and in control of our destinies then by all means, carry on with that label. But in doing so, understand where those qualities come from. Perhaps it has to do with the fact that black women are the fastest growing group of entrepreneurs in the United States, or the fact that 72% of black women are single moms, or a whopping 1.5 million black men are missing because they’re dead or incarcerated, or the fact that black women are the ones spearheading the Black Lives Matter movement. If you consider raising children, owning and operating your own business, and fighting for social justice masculine qualities, then yes, black women are indeed the manliest of them all. But I can tell by your reference to “foreign” black women being more submissive and feminine that your assessment isn’t about any of those things.

You seem to equate leadership, strength, and assertiveness with masculinity, which I could get if it was 1964 and men were the only ones allowed to display such characterstics. But it’s 2016, women — of all races — are wearing the pants more simply because we’ve decided not to be content in maintaining the lowest position in society and have now surpassed men on college campuses and in the workplace. But let me explain something to you about those other women of all races that you’ve encountered. It’s easy to be feminine, in the traditional sense of the word, when you have a masculine counterpart to depend on — especially if said male makes 21 percent more than you, owns a home, and is more educated. While some of the factors that lead to that racial wealth gap are out of black men’s control, what is in your control is having respect for the plight of the black woman and stepping up to be the backbone so that she doesn’t have to be so “masculine,” as you say.

But in your petty arrogance you seem to assume black women enjoy carrying the weight of the world — which by the way also includes black men’s burdens — on their shoulders. Perhaps there wouldn’t be a chip there sometimes as well if our more masculine counterparts actually appreciated the thankless sacrifices we make simply on the hope that one day it’ll all be worth it. That one day someone will acknowledge all we’ve gone through and everything we’ve done so the black family remains a reality rather than a foreign concept. Speaking of which, you should understand why foreign black women don’t behave the same way (in your opinion). Their struggle is not like ours. Their sacrifice is not like ours. And their devotion (to you above all) is not like ours. So, yeah, we might be a little extreme. But understand that level of extremity matches our love for self, and for some reason our love for brothas like you who repeatedly seize any opportunity they can to tear us down.

If you want to see an American black woman be more feminine, try behaving more masculine and providing a safe space for her to release her fears and relieve her burdens — traits you should know aren’t wholly feminine but would be a welcome change from always having to appear strong and fearless. Perhaps you’d find more black women willing to be submissive if they could trust there was a black man to lead them in the right direction. It’s a shame with such a self-professed early introduction to feminism you could be so ignorant as to what it’s all about all these years later. Here’s hoping you one day find a black woman willing to take the time to bring you up to speed because I’m fairly certain most of them are as turned off with you as you are them.

  1. January 6, 2016 - Reply

    Great response!

  2. January 6, 2016 - Reply

    YAS! I swear I don’t see Indian, Latino, Caucasian, or Native men publicly eviscerate their women like this. Before the #notallblackmen brigade arrives….yeah, I know. Save it. Its becoming too much and the good ones aren’t shutting these fools down loud or often enough. Its embarrassing. It is shameful. Every other race of women have males to have their backs…this is so disheartening. SMH. My mother, who was very pro black in the 70s, always tells me she can’t believe some of the nastiness she reads from our own damn men about us…aired in a public forum for all to read. She couldn’t imagine the “brothers” doing this in her day. We ALL were black, we ALL were going through this white world together…they stood up for and with us…today’s nonsense is so alien and distressing to her.

    This constant barrage and having to validate our worth to the very ones who should KNOW how it feels to be deemed worthless, is just…sadly exhausting. ?

    • January 6, 2016 - Reply

      @Aria Whitaker

      Your mother and I are >>>here<<< I also grew up during the 70's, and it was a different world back then. There have always been Black men who crossed over to other ethnicities, but, for the most part, brothers loved, respected, and honored us back in the day. These weak, pathetic, Black men of today use every excuse to demean us because of their own insecurities.

      What's more, they are so stupid because they are dishonored around the world. Instead of demeaning us, they should created a united front because no one else will even though "other" women these Black men feel are down with them.

      • January 6, 2016 - Reply

        @Noirluv45

        “Meshell Ndegeocello” in her song “I’m Diggin You (Like an Old Soul Record)” said it best when she said back in the day.

        “all the brothers were singing, ain’t no woman like the one I got.”

        Know things weren’t perfect or ideal in the 70’s but, it just seems to be such a lost generation of black males today…

        • January 6, 2016 - Reply

          @Brad

          Meshell Ndegeocello is a living legend.

        • January 6, 2016 - Reply

          @Brad

          I agree with your post. But I must say I love her music. She is the truth on that bass. “Rush Over” is that song as well. But I digress. 🙂

        • January 6, 2016 - Reply

          @Brad

          true they are lost because we their parents didn’t make them men, they are physically developed but mentally very immature the same as some of our young women!

      • January 6, 2016 - Reply

        @Noirluv45

        thank you, sister I remember the 70’s I was in my late teens in the early 70’s the different from then and now is back then black men and black women still had an affinity for each other, we admired and adored each other and the ones who did crossover to other ethnicity was primarily the blacks who was involved in the counter culture and drugs but now young black males and young black females are shockingly differently, they will rebuke each other, dis each other for the amusement of our enemy they are totally different than we were back in the 70’s and I can only attribute it to school integration etc. and us their parents who didn’t have the foresight to train them up in the right way. Peace.

        • January 6, 2016 - Reply

          @trueletterson*vwfone@gmail.com

          i agree. i may be wrong, but integration, affirmative action and an economy that supported a growing so-called middle class opened some doors that were sealed shut to us. when some of us walked through those doors, we did not reach back to pull others through. we separated into the haves and the have nots, leaving the have nots to further separate. through it all, we forgot our history.

          • January 6, 2016 - Reply

            @Rizzo

            very good points.

            • January 7, 2016 - Reply

              @trueletterson*vwfone@gmail.com

              your comment rang so true. for some inexplicable reason, your comment made me think of music — the motown and philly sounds. one day i was looking at a documentary about motown and people like smokey, the temptations, marvin, the four tops, et al., and i heard the word ‘crossover.’ in all my stupidity, i considered this music to be ‘my music.’ i thought these artists were singing to me, about me, about my feelings, my life …. i was so dead wrong.

              • January 7, 2016 - Reply

                @Rizzo

                you are exactly right when they started doing crossover music it was for commercial purposes only it took the love and the soul out of the music and started talking about drugs, getting high and appealing to mans baser instincts . back in the day when we went to a concert we bought us a nice outfit, put on our best had us a women on our arm, you didn’t see 3 and 4 guys getting together going to a concert or 3 and 4 girls getting together going to a concert, yes we put on our best, clean up the car, had us a women and was on our best behavior.

                • January 7, 2016 - Reply

                  @trueletterson*vwfone@gmail.com

                  i miss it all very much.

                  • January 8, 2016 - Reply

                    @Rizzo

                    well I still got some CDs but when I am at home and I think about a song I go to youtube on my computer and play it but you need some good speakers on your computer.

                    • January 8, 2016 - Reply

                      @trueletterson*vwfone@gmail.com

                      thank you for the suggestion. i don’t visit youtube a lot. gives me something to do when i have a favorite song running around in my head.

      • January 6, 2016 - Reply

        @Noirluv45

        It was a different world back during the 70’s. Back during those days, there was commercials promoting the beauty of Afros, and a constant cultural awareness of the beauty of blackness. People in the street just express a real vibe of togetherness. Today, because of materialism, and other reasons (like the breakdown of much of our infrastructure), there is an epidemic of people (even some black people) showing a high level of anti-blackness. That’s sick and disturbing to put it lightly.

      • January 8, 2016 - Reply

        @Noirluv45

        I swear, it’s getting waaaay too much! All this vitriol from AA men towards black women about our femininity (or lack of), natural hair being nappy (but only if you’re dark-skinned *rolls eyes*), us being “angry”, us being too dark, too dark for red lipstick or [insert other nonsense]…I could go onandonandonandon…
        What do they hope to gain by bashing us in public,eh? Of course, others will think, “Well if their own men think they’re ugly and call them nappy, we can too!” And I wouldn’t even blame them because all this nonsense occurs in public for the world to see! Smdh…

        And as for foreign women being “submissive”, well…sigh…that has deep cultural reasons (at least for Africans) and while in the past and present some are submissive, majority are not in the way the word is defined. I’d call it more respectful as it’s mutual. Heck, our older women advise us that “you catch more flies with honey” so if you’ve gotta play “submissive” to get something from hubby/bae, you do it! Lol. The fool clearly interacts with no “foreign Black women”.

    • January 7, 2016 - Reply

      @Aria Whitaker

      You have blinders on then. American men of every race are getting tired of the crap American women pull these days. Most of it protected by law. The main problem is black women never want to think about what black men are saying. If black men coast to coast are saying the same thing then it is worth looking into as a cultural problem.

      • January 7, 2016 - Reply

        @F.White

        There are many American women who are tired. They are tired of the epidemic of misogyny, street harassment, and rape in America. They are tired of the epidemic of the evil scapegoating of black women in a cowardly way by males who don’t know a thing about being a man. They are tired of the income gap which is sexist which is a reality. Therefore, American women and black women especially have the right to voice their adherence to gender equality and justice unconditionally. Real black men would never damn black women as the “most masculine.” Real black men and real black women for that matter would never go into the Internet and use the most profane, derogatory comments imaginable as many males have done against black women for years. Therefore, 2016 is a start of a new era. The Sister Aria Whitaker has every right to express her frustrations against injustice and to show her passion for making a real progressive change in society. She is a grown black woman, who expressed great points on this issue.

        • January 7, 2016 - Reply

          @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

          I ❤ u Truth!!

          • January 7, 2016 - Reply

            @Aria Whitaker

            Thank you Sister. I love your wisdom too. 🙂

        • January 8, 2016 - Reply

          @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

          Wow the way you people throw around that word misogyny. Ted Bundy was a misogynist. Men who kill hookers out of hatred is misogyny. Honor killings is misogyny. Rapist are misogynist.

          Calling a woman bad names over the internet is not misogyny.

          • January 8, 2016 - Reply

            @Mr logical guy

            Calling women bad names is the essence of misogyny since misogyny is the hatred of women. Someone, who uses a vicious name against a woman, hates that specific woman. I stand by my words. Rapists and honor killers, Ted Bundy, etc. are misogynists. I will gladly use the word misogyny to expose anti-black women liars and slanderers. It is what it is. Women deserve total human liberation without exception.

            • January 8, 2016 - Reply

              @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

              I’m sorry but misogyny is being misused and that only hurts women who really do face real misogyny. You literally cannot disagree with a woman now of days without being called a misogynist which is sadly rendering that word totally useless. If a white person disagrees with me does that make them a racist? Same difference. And name calling is childish, immature, and ignorant, not misogynistic. Lawd have mercy talking about 0 to 100. Have we lost the skill set of putting things in perspective…..smh

              • January 8, 2016 - Reply

                @Mr logical guy

                We will agree to disagree on the issue of the definition of misogyny. Calling out an anti-black woman misogynist who slandered black American women is fine with me. That is not about misusing misogyny. It is about calling out the harassment and disrespect of women in the world. This is not about a white person disagreeing with you. This is about a punk male who slandered black American women in hateful terms. Musicians who degrade women in their lyrics in hateful, vile terms is another example of misogyny. We can agree to disagree and this male should be called out. There is an epidemic of the slander of black women in the world. We have every right to stand up against this slander as found in the Internet and outside of the Internet. That is putting everything into perspective. My core convictions are still the same.

      • January 7, 2016 - Reply

        @F.White

        Oh Lord here we go. Go get you a Canadian then and sit down.

      • January 9, 2016 - Reply

        @F.White

        Black men simply envy white men and whiteness and you have a disdain for what you have and what you’re a part of because you’re not white. Get over it.

      • January 9, 2016 - Reply

        @F.White

        Most whites also think black men are lazy, criminal, uneducated, violent thugs. Why won’t you just listen to what they say. They’re trying to advice and help you right?

    • January 7, 2016 - Reply

      @Aria Whitaker

      Not only do all other races of women have men who have their backs and protect them, their men are constantly BUILDING. Asian men are building right now, overtaking black men in Africa as we speak, expanding their empire. And what do we have? We have a bunch of black men online slandering us each and every day. And let me tell you, black men have saturated youtube, they have gone on national television slandering us, they’re on Twitter and Facebook slandering us, and I recently checked Google Play while looking through apps and do you know Black Men have self published books up there talking about how black women have made poor choices. I say don’t spend anymore money on the betterment of black men. I refuse to help people who are actively trying to destroy, destroy my reputation, just because we look the same. No way.

      • January 8, 2016 - Reply

        @Ms.

        They won’t let themselves hear you though….

      • January 8, 2016 - Reply

        @Ms.

        “Asian men are building right now, overtaking black men in Africa as we speak, expanding their empire.”

        Please my dear, do not be fooled by media. Chinese are in Africa, yes, but they’re not “overtaking”. African men and women in their respective countries are building, changing, investing and re-orienting over there. Foreigners go there as partners of African investors in whatever sector. I know mainstream media does not say this thus I keep schooling people whenever I hear/read such erroneous statements as these. FYI, there are a number of AAs in Africa as part of investment and trade groups and such.

        Now, in USA, it’s true that other races excel more than AA men; even AA women surpass the men in education and entrepreneurship and we know why that is. Thing is, you don’t hear/read of AA women bash their men in public over every.trivial.thing. I mean, AA women protest over brutality, killings etc even when the victim’s actions were questionable.

  3. January 6, 2016 - Reply

    Why do these type of black men use negative stereotypes to generalize all Black Women? There are too many intelligent, Black Women out there. One of his homeboys had to tell him “Look if you post it they coming after you.”

    • January 6, 2016 - Reply

      @Natasha Peacock

      Because they are insecure and cannot handle our strength, independence, and life. If a person doesn’t care about us, they why spend all the time and energy writing or speaking negativity about us? It’s crazy.

      • January 6, 2016 - Reply

        @Noirluv45

        Why does Clutch post these things?

        • January 6, 2016 - Reply

          @Mary Burrell

          Click bait. This is second article I am side eyeing. What is dangerous about articles like this and the Beyonce one is that when people see these articles and respond they start dogging on people. The author went to a misogynistic message board that is reflective of a small minority of men period to start a discussion. What’s next StormFront? Just like that Beyonce Hotentot Venus article turned out to be a false rumor. Its enabling us to dog someone because they did something disagreeable, even I said something shady. I understand that Clutch is a business, and they need clicks to stay afloat like any other blog. But, it is hurting my heart. Honestly, what keeps me is the community that commenters like you Mary that keep me. I enjoy engaging with all of you ladies, you’re all so smart and thoughtful I wish I knew you all in real life.

          • January 6, 2016 - Reply

            @i mean

            That is too sweet and I agree with you. It would be nice if we could all meet in real life. You never know….

            • January 6, 2016 - Reply

              @eLLe D.

              That’s sweet

          • January 6, 2016 - Reply

            @i mean

            AWWW! Mary blushes. I enjoy you too.

          • January 6, 2016 - Reply

            @i mean

            ” what keeps me is the community that commenters like you Mary that keep me. I enjoy engaging with all of you ladies, you’re all so smart and thoughtful I wish I knew you all in real life.”

            yes the thoughtful and wise commenters are the best part of this site. It’s truly done a 180 from a few years back and i don’t think i’ve ever seen anything like it. The clutch comment section used to be a cesspool.

            • January 7, 2016 - Reply

              @Miss.

              exactly

      • January 6, 2016 - Reply

        @Noirluv45

        Simple. For attention.

  4. January 6, 2016 - Reply

    You know, sick and tired and weak Black boys like the Reddit poster have the need to down Black women. Black men who don’t like Black women, don’t think about us, write about us, talking about us, or deal with us. We will survive without them and are much better off because of it.

    I, personally, don’t care what they think about us. There are those brothers such as Truth and Brad (and a few others) on Clutch who are down with sisters. The ones that aren’t…release them and let them go. I only support Black men who support us!

    • January 6, 2016 - Reply

      @Noirluv45

      Thanks(smile)….

      • January 6, 2016 - Reply

        @Brad

        Yeah, Brad you good with me.

    • January 6, 2016 - Reply

      @Noirluv45

      Thank you for your words Sister. I respect Brad and Chazz as older Brothers.

      • January 6, 2016 - Reply

        @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

        I love my Brethren Bro.Truth

        • January 6, 2016 - Reply

          @Mary Burrell

          That’s so Sweet of you Sister Mary Burrell.

          • January 6, 2016 - Reply

            @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

            Well that’s because you are sweet

            • January 6, 2016 - Reply

              @Mary Burrell

              Thank you Sister.

      • January 6, 2016 - Reply

        @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

        Much respect to you and Brad, brother Truth!

        • January 6, 2016 - Reply

          @Chazz A

          Thank you Brother Chazz A.

          • January 6, 2016 - Reply

            @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

            No doubt Truth. Keep dropping jewels brother!

            • January 7, 2016 - Reply

              @Chazz A

              I think you are a good brother too Chazz

              • January 7, 2016 - Reply

                @Mary Burrell

                Thanks Mary Burrell, Peace to you and yours!

                • January 7, 2016 - Reply

                  @Chazz A

                  You Welcome

      • January 7, 2016 - Reply

        @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

        Thanks…

        • January 7, 2016 - Reply

          @Brad

          You’re Welcome.

    • January 6, 2016 - Reply

      @Noirluv45

      I agree with everything you’ve said.These black men are a total disgrace and I no longer care or get angry about their hatred towards black women.I leave them to the other races who look down on them.Let’s be honest it’s ok for an African man to marry a black American woman but African fathers and other races cringe when their daughters date black American men.

      • January 7, 2016 - Reply

        @Mrs.J

        I definitely don’t want an African man. That’s jumping from the frying pan into fire. I’ll stick with American men.

        • January 8, 2016 - Reply

          @Ms.

          Probably for the best. It’d be a culture clash for you and you cannot handle them.

      • January 8, 2016 - Reply

        @Mrs.J

        To be honest, African parents prefer that their children not marry AA or foreigners. Heck, they prefer their kids marrying within their country and preferably within their ethnic group as they feel that if a spouse is foreign, any child(ren) born may not be raised with the specific cultural values/traditions of the African parent’s ethnic group.

        • January 9, 2016 - Reply

          @AfroCapricornette

          Yes we do! But it’s changing. Same way AA forbid their children to marry outside the race. Everyone does that.

          • January 9, 2016 - Reply

            @Tonididitonem

            It is changing but not without mutterings and such lol. You cannot be forced to marry your parents’ choice but in some cases, kids have been known to break off relationships because the family was outright against the marriage and threatened to cut said child off. Sigh…

        • January 10, 2016 - Reply

          @AfroCapricornette

          I know that.It’s because Africans look down on black Americans.Most other races and subgroups want their children to marry within their race and culture but to bring home a black American is a form of disgrace.

    • January 6, 2016 - Reply

      @Noirluv45

      Have you ever been on reddit, I have. I seriously doubt the maggot who wrote that was black.

    • January 7, 2016 - Reply

      @Noirluv45

      I agree but I don’;t agree with constantly referring to these people as BROTHERS. I just don’t like it. I don’t feel any connection with these men, and not all these men are young boys, half of them are older. Anyway, who TAUGHT them all this garbage? Older black men did, that’s who. And those older black men won’t do anything for these young black boys who are failing in school now.

      I’m angry that this is how we are starting the year 2016….with black men continuing with their crusade to slander black women. They are damaging reputations with their rhetoric. I think we should ignore them and cut them off financially. Focus on the betterment of black women and girls.

  5. January 6, 2016 - Reply

    APPLAUSE! Fantastic response!

  6. January 6, 2016 - Reply

    WHERE IS MY TRUTHSEEKER AT ON THIS ONE….IM WAITING ON YOU LOL….we need more men like you truthseeker

    • January 6, 2016 - Reply

      @dogfish

      Lol. I know, right? Don’t you just love truthseeker? He’s the best.

      • January 6, 2016 - Reply

        @ReallyReal

        OH YES LOL!

    • January 6, 2016 - Reply

      @dogfish

      Don’t we though?!!!

      • January 6, 2016 - Reply

        @eLLe D.

        WHERE IS HE LOL

        • January 6, 2016 - Reply

          @dogfish

          I’m here Sister. LOL.

          • January 6, 2016 - Reply

            @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

            lol 😉

            • January 6, 2016 - Reply

              @dogfish

              You are so nice. 😉

              • January 6, 2016 - Reply

                @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

                why thank you so are you

                • January 6, 2016 - Reply

                  @dogfish

                  You’re Welcome Sister.

          • January 6, 2016 - Reply

            @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

            Too cute!

            • January 6, 2016 - Reply

              @eLLe D.

              Hello Sister

              You are nice too.

              • January 6, 2016 - Reply

                @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

                Hey Brother T, how are you today?

                • January 6, 2016 - Reply

                  @eLLe D.

                  I’m doing great today Sister elle D. It has been really great to communicate with great people like you and others here.

                  How are you today?

                  • January 6, 2016 - Reply

                    @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

                    Good to hear-I feel the same. It was a long day but a good one.

                    • January 6, 2016 - Reply

                      @eLLe D.

                      That’s great. Many days will be long, but we are used to it. We are survivors.

                      • January 6, 2016 - Reply

                        @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

                        That we are my friend, that we are.

                        • January 6, 2016 - Reply

                          @eLLe D.

                          Teach my Friend. Our ancestors survived the worst atrocities in human history and we survive in this time as black people. We are living miracles literally.

                          • January 6, 2016 - Reply

                            @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

                            We are, I wish more could know this. They do know but they are too busy buying in to the BS they hear and see every day. We just have to unplug from the nasty ones altogether, they got to go.

                            • January 6, 2016 - Reply

                              @eLLe D.

                              We wish for more of our people to wake up. What is amazing is that it is just spiritually better to help others and to honor black empowerment anyway. It just feels good to do good.

                              • January 6, 2016

                                @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

                                Yes, I agree totally-

                              • January 6, 2016

                                @eLLe D.

                                You’re blessed Friend. Don’t let anyone else tell you otherwise.

                              • January 6, 2016

                                @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

                                Thank you and I say the same to you. I am grateful to ‘know’ a person as wondrous as you.

                              • January 6, 2016

                                @eLLe D.

                                Me too. You’re a great Sister. Hopefully, the 21st century can be a time in the future where there is a renaissance of the black consciousness and black power that we all desire.

                              • January 6, 2016

                                @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

                                That would be awesome.

                              • January 6, 2016

                                @eLLe D.

                                It would be. Well, it has been a great discussion with you. Goodnight Friend.

                                Bless you.

                              • January 6, 2016

                                @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

                                Good night to you. Bless you as well.

          • January 7, 2016 - Reply

            @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

            You are the man Truth! You didn’t leave us hangin’ 🙂 I wish more men would say, ” I’m here” more 🙂

            • January 7, 2016 - Reply

              @mds29

              Thank you for your kind words Sister. You are so kind. 🙂

              We are inspired to carry onward into Freedomland as black people. Bless you. 🙂

    • January 6, 2016 - Reply

      @dogfish

      This is pathetic.

      • January 7, 2016 - Reply

        @BillipPhailey

        lol..BE GONE!

      • January 7, 2016 - Reply

        @BillipPhailey

        How?

  7. January 6, 2016 - Reply

    I just read some of the most DISGUSTING posts over there I’ve ever seen! I kept thinking, is this REALLY what our black men think of us? Like, this is a joke, right? So far away from where we’ve come as a people.

    • January 6, 2016 - Reply

      @neceyluv

      I read reddit always and yes the comments were bad.

      • January 8, 2016 - Reply

        @Mrs.J

        Like I posted earlier, I’d never been over there before (been on reddit maybe once or twice), so I had no idea what I was getting into. I’m going to be much more aware of where I spend my time in terms of being online. It’s one thing to be aware, but too much of that stuff is emotionally and spiritually toxic. I ain’t for it!

    • January 6, 2016 - Reply

      @neceyluv

      probably a white guy posing as a black guy but sadly, we all know there are black men who think this way about black women.

  8. January 6, 2016 - Reply

    As part of my 2016 resolutions I’m officially weaning myself off these types of black women sites that spend so much time on people who hate us and celebrity fluff pieces. What other uplifting black-centric/ black women-centric sites is everyone reading these days? Help a sista out.

    • January 6, 2016 - Reply

      @Me

      there is none, just like there is none for the serous well balance, intelligent, none hating, comfortable in his own skin black man, there is none for the serious well balance intelligent none hating black women.

    • January 6, 2016 - Reply

      @Me

      i hear you loud and clear this is depressing and exhausting

    • January 6, 2016 - Reply

      @Me

      I feel you Sister.

    • January 6, 2016 - Reply

      @Me

      If somebody could please chime in! I’m tired of all the race stuff where people hate us. I mean everyday to see this? Not good for a person’s mental health.

      • January 6, 2016 - Reply

        @yoda

        I agree it’s the who called what person an N-word today or what horrible microaggression was done to a black person, this is a crappy way to go into the New Year. Clutch a couple of years ago was better than this and had uplifting, fun, and positive articles.

        • January 6, 2016 - Reply

          @Mary Burrell

          Exactly! A few months ago I said that I am tired of these kinds of stories and Yesha tried to clap back at me like I wasn’t saying anything others were not thinking. If this gets deleted, you know why.

        • January 6, 2016 - Reply

          @Mary Burrell

          Unfortunately, uplifting, fun and positive articles generate very few clicks.

          • January 7, 2016 - Reply

            @joe

            So i am learning that’s how it works

          • January 7, 2016 - Reply

            @joe

            That’s not true. you have to learn how to word your titles and how to word the article. IMO

      • January 6, 2016 - Reply

        @yoda

        i agree

      • January 7, 2016 - Reply

        @yoda

        And it’s not helping us move forward as black women either. We are on a roll now, and we need to keep our momentum going. Thinking and talking about these topics in this article are not helping us.

    • January 6, 2016 - Reply

      @Me

      You can try XONecole. I’m really liking the direction her website is going . The other week I’ve been here and there on social media and I realize that people give too much attention to negative energy and people more than positive energy. There are lots of black men in America that love black women. These black men that hate black women aren’t worth a sista’s time or energy, so why worry about them? An insecure man is a DANGEROUS man.

      • January 6, 2016 - Reply

        @paintgurl40

        Thanks. I’ll check it out.

      • January 7, 2016 - Reply

        @paintgurl40

        I’ll check it out as well

      • January 8, 2016 - Reply

        @paintgurl40

        Wrote it down! Thanks!

    • January 7, 2016 - Reply

      @Me

      I wouldn’t ask anyone here for other site listings because these women are on Bossip and Clutch just like you. I want to find some other sites too, sites that uplift black women and are empowerment sites for us. I don’t want to spend energy on black men and them slandering us, I want BW empowerment-information that can HELP us fund our businesses or info about school, or something. Bringing up Black Men & what they are doing (which is nothing), and what they are saying about us (which is slander) is NOT helping black women move forward at all.

      • January 7, 2016 - Reply

        @Ms.

        There is a website called blackgivesbackdotcom. I enjoy reading it, lots of positive articles.

        • January 8, 2016 - Reply

          @mds29

          I’ll check it out. Thanks!

          There was one I liked for black couples that I really enjoyed reading, but since I’m not coupled up I kinda fell off lol

          • January 8, 2016 - Reply

            @neceyluv

            Do you remember the website? I am single but don’t mind reading about couples.

    • January 8, 2016 - Reply

      @Me

      I know that’s right! Try Happy Black Woman (entrepreneural), Tiffany the Budgetnista (finances), All The Many Layers (writing and self-discovery), and The Feisty House (blogging). I love all of these!

      • January 8, 2016 - Reply

        @neceyluv

        Thank you! I appreciate the suggestions.

  9. January 6, 2016 - Reply

    For whatever reason the author of this post decided to go on the redpill section of reddit, a section that is dedicated to bashing women of ALL persuasions. It is an anti-women, anti-feminist section of reddit and everyone who goes on reddit knows it. That or author has been getting her inspiration from Lipstick Alley posts. One reason I love clutch is because it brings a lot of smart, thoughtful Black women and men together to converse. Can we leave BW vs. BM thing in 2015? Thank you.

    • January 6, 2016 - Reply

      @i mean

      “Can we leave BW vs. BM thing in 2015?” THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU, but we are to emotional driven to see and know that there is a enemy out there that is doing there best to prevent us from doing so, because the thing is when we do that we will move forward and start solving some of these problem we are having in our community ourselves that’s right if we stop this BW vs BM and BM vs BW thang we will actually start solving many of our own problem ourselves without begging for other people help. Peace and more power to you.

      • January 6, 2016 - Reply

        @trueletterson*vwfone@gmail.com

        Great comment trueletterson, peace to you and yours!

        • January 6, 2016 - Reply

          @Chazz A

          thank you ChazzA, peace to you and yours brother.

      • January 7, 2016 - Reply

        @trueletterson*vwfone@gmail.com

        Are black men still making thousands of hate videos about black women? Still claiming we all have AIDs and smelly V-jay-jays and 5 kids with different men, and wear weaves that smell, and that WE smell as a whole? If they are still doing that then, no, I can’t let that go. I won’t hold hands and sing Kumbaya with the group that’s attacking me and my reputation. I mean, if I had to, I would, but since black men aren’t the ones with the money in the BC, I don’t have to.

        • January 7, 2016 - Reply

          @Ms.

          respectfully the males you describe ARE NOT MEN they are damaged and immature males……………..real black men don’t conduct themselves in that manner and there is a lot of real black men in this country.

    • January 6, 2016 - Reply

      @i mean

      Lipstick Alley is so foul

      • January 6, 2016 - Reply

        @Mary Burrell

        That website can be such a soul crusher lol

    • January 6, 2016 - Reply

      @i mean

      Red pill is the worst but reddit as a whole is very anti-black and there are so many rude, demeaning posts about black women. Trust me, the author does not need inspiration from lipstickalley or anywhere else.

  10. January 6, 2016 - Reply

    All I got from his toxicity is…Black American Women know I am full of sh*t and see through my crap right away. And I find it funny that to be considered “feminine” one has to submissive in his eyes…side eye…Ladies this is nothing but a beta male crying about his shortcoming. Nothing to see here, his opinion doesn’t halt Black girls and women magic.

  11. January 6, 2016 - Reply

    Only a male who is a punk and a coward would slander the women of his own race or ethnicity. People should be cheering that more African American women are owning more businesses, are graduating, are taking care of heir families, and are heading the Black Lives Matter movement. Yet, this male coward took his time to issue so many lies that I lost count. First, he doesn’t even know what feminism is. Feminism is the belief that men and women should have equal social, economic, and political rights, nothing more or less. So, there are plenty of feminists who believe in social justice and believe in wisdom. Also, womanists exist and they believe in equality and justice too (womanists are against the system of racism/white supremacy). He is trying to divide black women by nationality when I know many black women (from America and from Africa) who are hardworking, honorable, strong, intelligent, and they are handling their business. Black women in America and black women in non-U.S. countries are one. We are one people. Misogyny and male privilege must be exposed and opposed if we are to get into a society where liberation is a reality. More black men have to confront and oppose these misogynistic, evil people.

    Frauds like this male are intimidated by a black woman since they lack the strength to confront the system of oppression. They also hate themselves since anyone (who is black) that hates black women by extension hates their own identity.

    This male is a disgrace and he is one of the Hotep “frauds” that have been exposed greatly in another Clutch article. Too many black males are acting weak and play into the hands of racists by issuing false stereotypes about black American women. Since the dawn of human history, black women have promoted social justice and freedom. Malcolm X supported the rights of black women in his OAAU organization (as many women leaders were in the OAAU or the Organization of Afro-American Unity). I was born from a black American woman less than 35 years ago. No man should disrespect any woman, especially a black woman (who is the first woman on Earth). This male got things twisted. A woman can show femininity being strong, relentless against injustice, and stranding up for real principles. We have seen these characteristics in heroes like Harriet Tubman, Ella Baker, Olive Morris, and other Sisters who fought for freedom not submission to male supremacist ideologies. Femininity is diverse. The principles of equality, liberation, and justice are sacrosanct values that we respect forever.

    • January 6, 2016 - Reply

      @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

      Good points Truth. I have a slight suspicion that this Jim Prophet clown is not even black. Racist trolls are all over the web and its possible that this could be a white male, attempting to upset black women.
      Although there are insecure, punkass black males that behave like this,
      something about this particular person doesn’t pass the smell test,
      I’m just sayin!

  12. January 6, 2016 - Reply

    I wouldn’t know anything about this dude if clutch hadn’t posted this article. Why continue to perpetuate these ideas?

  13. January 6, 2016 - Reply

    Personally I give no f*cks about losers like this man. As a foreign born black woman, I am not flattered by his assumption that I’m more feminine than American women. I’m a feminist through and through. This guy apparently eats stupid for breakfast, lunch and dinner each day.

    I would love it if Clutch started a panel or column by men who adore us. I know a few brothers who ride or die for us and hold us in high esteem. We need to hear from men like that. 2016 for me is all about positivity and being surrounded by people who love me. Nobody ain’t got time for this nonsense. Life is too short.

    • January 6, 2016 - Reply

      @shybookworm

      Love “eats stupid for breakfast, lunch and dinner” Love that.

      • January 6, 2016 - Reply

        @Mary Burrell

        Thanks Mary! I’ve learned at your feet on here.

        • January 6, 2016 - Reply

          @shybookworm

          Good we can help each other Sis

    • January 7, 2016 - Reply

      @shybookworm

      “I know a few brothers who ride or die for us and…”

      I mean, where ARE they? I keep hearing about some of these black men who “cape for us”, “ride or die for us”, and yet where are they? Sometimes I wonder why black men like Tyler Perry or Steve Harvey (black men who make their money from black women) don’t come to black women’s defense behind all the slander. They just keep making money, silently, without saying a word in our defense. Their silence speaks volumes in the face of LIL Wayne and Kevin Hart talking about Dark black women.

      Spike Lee’s silence on this matter speaks volumes to me as well. He has such a big mouth, he’s always in white men’s faces (Tarantino and others), and black men’s faces (Tyler Perry and others), but he won’t say a word to defend black women. He’s silent now. He’s speechless. To me, this speaks volumes. Denzel Washington isn’t saying anything. Where are all these alleged black men that supposedly “cape for black women”? Don’t get me wrong, I don’t “expect” them to, but I get tired of hearing about them when I don’t see the actions.

      • January 8, 2016 - Reply

        @Ms.

        Girl, I don’t know. I wish I did. Other than the couple of brothers who I know personally, it does seem like black men who truly adore black women are in short supply. You might want to look at Jesse Williams’ Twitter and Instagram. He seems to know what time it is. Other than that, I can’t think of anyone else as famous who is down for us.

        As you pointed out, I think Black men in Hollywood don’t bother to defend us because they are confident about our support. Black women, moreso than black men, spend their dollars seeing their movies and buying their music. You know that expression that you show someone how to treat you? I think some version of that applies here. If women banded together and stopped supporting some of these men financially, that would send a powerful message–that we deserve respect and protection and we aren’t to be taken for granted.

      • January 8, 2016 - Reply

        @Ms.

        I know a few brothers who ride or die for us and…”I mean, where ARE they?”

        Most normal black men are rational and choose not to feed into things that only drain energy. Showing total indifference to anything those men say is how you treat trolls. The only power they have is what you give them so why give them anything. The internet is a big place and it’s easy to avoid these type of articles……that’s if you really want to avoid them.

  14. January 6, 2016 - Reply

    For 2016 and beyond can we stop indulging in race and misogynoir masochistic p*rn

    We really need to stop giving these type of ignorance a platform , Clutch by not posting on these articles and us by not clicking or commenting on them

    And for the woe is me only black people do this crowd do this please google this “dear-white-men-stop-hating-on-white-women” and come back

    • January 6, 2016 - Reply

      @blogdiz

      right, im pretty sure all races of women go through this so idk why people are saying that. I can’t believe some of the hang ups nbm have against their own women.

      The major difference is those hang ups arent stopping them from being in relationships.

      • January 7, 2016 - Reply

        @Anonin

        “The major difference is those hang ups arent stopping them from being in relationships.”
        They’re not stopping the men from BUILDING either.

    • January 6, 2016 - Reply

      @blogdiz

      Most eye-opening comment I read on that article:

      “I’m sensitive, intellectual, and artistic. To american white women thats gross. My red hair seems even worse for them. Asians, Blacks, Latinos, and Europeans adore these various qualities I have so of course I hate american white women”

      Sounds like every butt hurt “progressive” black man I’ve heard who figured the ticket to having a woman who accepts his b/s is IR dating.

    • January 6, 2016 - Reply

      @blogdiz

      I did google it…and I’m back. I, in no way, think no one of any other race never complains about the females of their race. But, perhaps we have different experiences, because what I don’t see is that contempt on comment sections, numerous blogs, you tube videos, public forums, memes, songs, books, ect..all the damn time. I just don’t. It it certainly not about a “woe is me” attitude… It is what I see increasingly among MY people, and it should, IMO, not be brushed under the rug and not spoken about.

      • January 6, 2016 - Reply

        @Aria Whitaker

        I agree the level of contempt for each other in the comment section on black blogs, youtube etc, is as bad as the people who come up with this crap.

      • January 6, 2016 - Reply

        @Aria Whitaker

        I agree that there seems to be a proliferation of BM dogging BW in public spaces,and when it comes to our attention i.e via the public utterances of a celebrity or the news then by all means discuss , But why are we going to the darkest parts of the internet to seek out &give shine to the vile musings of some nobody on the net?
        What is the end game here? time after time we give these miscreants attention and write the most eloquent rebuttals (as done here ) to what end? Has it altered the behavior of men doing these things ?
        The point I was making is that there are WM and Asian men on line saying the worst thing about their women.but you will be hard pressed to see a space for WW like Celeb1tchie etc highlighting these articles that show them in a bad light versus Asian women etc., In fact the only time they acknowledge Asian women is to refer to them as fetishes
        Mebbe Im wrong but Its almost masochistic for us a BW to continue like plus Im tired of these kind of men and will not be giving them the attention they crave

        • January 7, 2016 - Reply

          @blogdiz

          While your point is well taken, perhaps we look at it differently. I don’t look at it as shining a light on them, to me its about not letting vitriolic ignorance go unanswered. It is about not allowing their voice to be the only one in the room. Its about standing up to bullies that spew this nonsense instead of ignoring them and pretending we don’t see it. Cancer, and that is what this is, doesn’t magically disappear because you choose to ignore it or dismiss that you have it. It grows, festers, and eventually poisons those it infects. This division that is created when ever louder voices like this are allowed to go unchallenged is creating a festering wound within many in our community. To not address it, to try and ignore it away.., does nothing to help, IMO. It IS happening more often and more publicly within the BW/BM paradigm, no matter how many want to point out that “they do it too”. I refuse to sit and twidle my thumbs while these numbskulls disparage women who look like me, my mother, my sorors, my aunts… hell, even the unborn black girl that I’m carrying. I WILL clap back. I will set their ass straight. I will not pretend they aren’t there. That’s just not me.

          • January 7, 2016 - Reply

            @Aria Whitaker

            I respect your position we are to an extent on the same page but do have some differences
            I like you agree that this bullying needs to be called out when confronted with it , where we differ is in the constant seeking out of these opinions, If Clutch hadn’t posted this most of us would not know about this dude as Reddit the source IMO is generally seen as the bunghole of the internet
            Anyhoo Much Respect

            • January 7, 2016 - Reply

              @blogdiz

              Agreed. Respect to you too love ?

        • January 7, 2016 - Reply

          @blogdiz

          “The point I was making is that there are WM and Asian men on line saying the worst thing about their women.”

          White women are used to being protected by white men. When ww are dogged online, you will still see an army of white males rush to her defense, hence she never has to defend herself. THAT IS WHY you don’t see blogs and articles by and for white women complaining about the comments of some white men-because there are always OTHER white men that jump up to protect them. Black woman has no one , so she vents on these blogs. Black woman is used to publicly defending black man and this is what she’s gotten for her trouble.

    • January 6, 2016 - Reply

      @blogdiz

      Here, Here! You said what i was thinking.

    • January 6, 2016 - Reply

      @blogdiz

      I’m have been thinking the same thing it affects the psyche.

  15. January 6, 2016 - Reply

    It’s a lot easier to be feminine when men are there to be your knights in shining armor and not leaving you alone to defend yourself against a world that is constantly attacking you. Just sounds like another chump looking for yet another reason to down black women and mad because he couldn’t run game on the black one like he could the other ones. It is funny that he goes after black women for being too masculine but not one word on the many black male figures proud of the fact that they wear women’s clothes…Young Thug, Kanye proudly wearing skirts, and now Jaden Smith (even though he is still a kid).

    • January 6, 2016 - Reply

      @livluvlaff

      “It’s a lot easier to be feminine when men are there to be your knights in shining armor and not leaving you alone to defend yourself against a world that is constantly attacking you” YOU ARE EXACTLY RIGHT and a very good point.

  16. January 6, 2016 - Reply

    you what you all have realize…” Someone is under demonic assignment to offend you…never forget that… we know black women arent like that dont give this fuctard any attention

  17. January 6, 2016 - Reply

    Dr. Frances Cress Welsing, A Counter Racism (White
    Supremacy) Behavior Code For Black Self and Group Respect & Black Mental
    Health: 2 Stop squabbling with one another, 5 Stop being discourteous to one another, 6 Stop being disrespectful to one another, 17 Stop being divided and conquered — stop allowing Black, Brown, Red and Yellow peoples being divided by white supremacy.

    Building a Powerful Black Internal Culture of Counter Racism Excerpted from
    “The Isis [Yssis] Papers: Keys to the Colors”

    A Counter Racism (White Supremacy) Behavior Code For Black
    Self and Group Respect & Black Mental Health
    by Dr. Frances Cress
    Welsing, M.D.

    1 Stop name-calling one another.
    2 Stop gossiping about one another.
    3 Stop squabbling with one another.
    4 Stop snitching on one another — informing on one another
    for reasons of personal gain.
    5 Stop cursing one another.
    6 Stop being discourteous to one another.
    7 Stop being disrespectful to one another.
    8 Stop stealing from one another.
    9 Stop robbing one another.
    10 Stop fighting one another.
    11 Stop killing one another.
    12 Stop throwing down trash where
    Black people live, work and play.
    13 Stop making dirt and filth the norm.
    14 Stop using and selling
    drugs to one another.
    15 Stop Black children from
    thinking that as children they can be adequate mothers and fathers.
    16 Stop believing that
    “welfare” will save you — start believing in prosperity.
    17 Stop pretending that racism
    (White Supremacy) does not exist.
    18 Stop being divided and conquered — stop allowing Black Brown, Red and Yellow peoples being divided by white supremacy.

    References:
    Neely Fuller, Jr. – Author: The United Independent Compensatory
    Code/System/Concept: A textbook/workbook for thought, speech and/or action for victims of racism (white supremacy), aka The Code.

    Frances Cress Welsing, M.D. – Author: “The Cress Theory of Color Confrontation and Racism (White Supremacy)” and “The Isis [Yssis] Papers: Keys to the Colors

  18. January 6, 2016 - Reply

    There are definitely black men that think like this but knowing TRP and reddit, it’s probably a white coontown (used to be a racist subreddit that was banned but there are many staunch racists on the site) poster posing as a black man.

  19. January 7, 2016 - Reply

    THIS IS THE SADDEST COMMENTARY I HAVE EVER HEARD. MY MOTHER WHO BY THE WAY WAS ONE THESE STRONG BLACK WOMEN WOULD JUST SHIVER IN HER GRAVE AT SUCH RIDICULOUS CONVERSATION. I KNOW ASIAN WOMEN ,PERSIAN WOMEN, AND JUST ABOUT ALL WOMEN WHETHER BLACK OR WHITE WHO FIGHT IN MANY COUNTRIES FOR RIGHTS HAVE TO BE VERY STRONG BECAUSE THEY FIGHT FOR THE PURSUIT OF FAIRNESS IN PAY AND IN OPPORTUNITY AND SURVIVAL. BLACK WOMEN IN PARTICULAR ARE NOT ANGRY JUST FIERCELY DETERMINED TO CONTINUE TO BREAK THROUGH ALL THE BARRIERS ALL WOMEN FACE IN SURVIVING IN AN OPPRESSING SOCIETY. IF FOR ANY INDIVIDUAL WHETHER MAN OR WOMAN, LIFE IS JUST ABOUT HAVING A SUBMISSIVE MATE. I PRAY THAT ONE DAY YOU WILL SEE THE LIGHT. THIS IS NOT THE TIME FOR BLACK MEN AND WOMEN TO DECIDE TO BE ENEMIES. WHY???? MAYBE DIVIDE AND CONQUER ANSWERS IT ALL ~~!!

  20. January 7, 2016 - Reply

    I wish this article could go viral. It exposes the true weakness of the mentality and character of black men who think this way.

  21. January 7, 2016 - Reply

    What a pile of crap this was. At no point did this man say ALL black women. It clearly says that is his personal opinion. Notice how black men didn’t give a damn when K. Michelle said she was running to white men? That is her personal choice despite the hypocrisy behind it.
    Black women raise these do nothing men then complain that black men do nothing

  22. January 8, 2016 - Reply

    Why are you listening to a MGTOW? These guys are fucking losers. They are not real men, or gentlemen. That is like me visiting stormfront and reading a nasty thread on black women. I know what to expect. You should know what red pillers think by now. So why do it? And youtube is full of them. They behave a lot like these so called feminists of today. Mgtows want submissive women which is why many of them love foreign born women.

    • January 8, 2016 - Reply

      @ctrldwn

      I’d never heard of MGTOW or Red Pill before. Don’t even know what a MGTOW is. What is it?

  23. January 8, 2016 - Reply

    Why do black people feed into this garbage? If we all focus on self improvement and meditation we wouldn’t have the time or energy to waste worrying about insignificant crap like this. To show anything less than total indifference only thrust you into being part of the problem. Fact is the black community feeds off negativity. Let someone say something positive and it would be quieter than a church mouse on this forum.

    The only power anyone has over you is what you give them.

  24. January 9, 2016 - Reply

    It’s not limited personal experience. Stop it. You’re giving them excuses and an out. Most black men have dealt with black women. Unfortunately they want out of blackness. Their self esteems and collective outlook on blackness is bleak. They see Us only as a race that’s constantly at the bottom and want out desperately rather than rise to the occasion and lift blackness into greatness. One of their routes of escape is through interracial unions and loudly demonizing black women and trying hard to separate their identity from ours. That’s the whole gist of it. Stop making excuses for them. A colonized man is an envious man— Franz Fanon.

  25. January 13, 2016 - Reply

    What have you done to make Black women more feminine? You are not entitled to femininity because you haven a penis, sir. You are being unfair.

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