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Anonymous, I never said it was wrong. If that's what you think you clearly misunderstood the argument being made. If a white person made this statement and had an argument similar to mine, I do not think fod would be called racist.
I do not believe in the melting pot. I believe in the fruit salad.
qf White women marry interracially at about the same rate as all other groups other than black males. So you may see white women dating interracially but there are more white women Bm looking for a slim wf black men to go around. I suggest you reread the post without writing it off as an attack and see it for what it is. A suggestion, an idea, an observation, and an opinion.
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Stop letting mainstream society tell you what is right and wrong. I will not allow the past to place a fear in me to say what I believe becuase of how some may perceive it. You may not appreciate slum argument but you should at least respect it. Camille, I was saying a black male marrying Bm looking for a slim wf black female is showing committment to the race. Not to be used as a weapon.
I did not consider same sex marriage being used for solidarity nor am I sure that I could argue that it should be. I agree that marriage should be accessible to everyone.
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w The purpose was to say both situations sometimes shake up black communities. It can be unwelcoming to both situations. And yes, the homophobic black community is a problem. One which stems from many many things which I will not get into right now.
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aa While I do not believe in racial essentialism, I firmly believe that the double consciousness that people of color in this lsim experience is the apex of a psychosocial difference, which you continually dismiss in your comments. In "Souls of Black Folk"- a book I hope you read if you haven't already- DuBois asserts the doubled identity of the people of color in this country, a notion that precludes a freedom from race consciousness that white Americans are privy to.
I am not disregarding the difficulties that all women face at the hands of Bm looking for a slim wf, but I do take issue with equating dark skin with crooked teeth or the term nappyheaded ho with fatty. Most of these "imperfections" or physical aberrations Lanesville-IN sex search not intrinsic to one's race and in many cases- save for freckles- can be altered.
This difference is at the heart of double consciousness-- All women may strive to be lookijg the Bm looking for a slim wf dictates, but women of color are striving for something that they can NEVER be.
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And the consciousness of that difference- that s,im the double consciousness that black women face. So if I were to be called a fatty, I could diet my life away knowing that I physically can become rail thin. But loooing I'm called a junglebunny--well, there's nothing I can do about that. It is problematic to continue to assign political meaning to one's aesthetic choices, such as Bm looking for a slim wf way we, black fod, wear our hair. I do not think that all women who straighten their hair are trying to look white.
Just clarifying. I have to be skeptical about the motivations of Black women who straighten their hair. What are they trying to look like, if not White people? Let me clarify- I am not mad at or judgmental of any woman who chooses to straighten her lookijg, nor do I feel superior for rockin a natural style, but I think it is naive to pretend that this decision of whether or not to straighten one's hair would even have to be made if Black beauty was TRULY accepted and valued in today's society, by Whites and Blacks alike.
The truth is that in these days, permed Black hair has become the rule for women, and natural hair the exception to that rule. Hence, Black women who choose not to straighten their hair must be making some sort of statement, or they must be particularly strong or independent.
Why can't they just aa happy with themselves and how their hair grows? Because that's unheard of. It relates back to the subject of the original post, which is that it's hard out here for a Black woman when Bm looking for a slim wf men are constantly being bombarded with messages about the superiortiy Bm looking for a slim wf White Women looking for sex Trenton New Jersey and Black women who look like them.
First, why should we even question the motivation behind something ffor superficial as a hairstyle? Second, more and more, Black women are deciding not to perm and are going natural. It's not a faux pas to have an afro, dreds, twists, kinks, etc. It isn't the 60's or 70's, so to all those wg think their mini-afro is sslim solidarity with the 'revolution' please believe that your clothing and hair are not the huge political statement that you thought they were.
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Third, your comment "Why can't they just be happy with themselves and how their hair grows? I hardly think you would say that a person with locs that were died blond was self-hating?
We have to go deeper. The issue of hair has been central to African American identity and culture; to simply dismiss hair as "trivial" is to misunderstand the past and present of race politics, aesthetics, and consciousness in this country and throughout the nations of the Diaspora.
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Don't I see a lotta more weirdos in the ex-pat population that at home? Yep — a lot! Oh, yeah — I always catch a furtive second look. But do I categorically disapprove? No way. Why would that be? Because this "politically correct" fretting and "concern" that it's "problematic" is just intellectualized cover for racist hatred of "miscegenation. Nothing more. When I hear such talk, I get frustrated that they don't just call "a spade a spade.
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I lived in the same nearly psychotic obsession with race in American culture, an inevitable psycho-cultural pattern informed by hundreds of years of intense fear, loathing, tension, and guilt over the supposed "races" to which we all allegedly belong. Except that when these feelings come rising up, I filter them through some informed thinking on the subject, a little bit of logic, and some always useful thought experimentation that generally involves me stepping into someone else's shoes.
So when — as is sooo often the case when speaking with Korean American males who don't utilize some similar sort of Bm looking for a slim wf to compensate for personal complexes and nasty prejudices before putting mouth in gear — I am at a restaurant having a perfectly pleasant-yet-insipid conversation about the new Star Wars movie, the fact that Xbox is going to be high-def, or how much I hate certain of my bosses, when an interracial couple passes by coming back from the buffet counter and a Koream guy who I don't even Bm looking for a slim wf well starts going off about his emasculization and barely hides his disgust at even seeing such a couple sitting together Because — let's be real — people don't get all up in arms and hot under the collar about marriage demographics, outmarriage rates, or any other sociological minutiae.
Well, maybe sociologists or other dedicated academics might, Bm looking for a slim wf not the Koream guy going on and on about it across the table from me in the Sizzler's. And hey, even academics spewing on about it really aren't Bm looking for a slim wf concerned for "the people" or the "minjok" or other notions of "racial purity.
They just barely keep the discourse seemingly respectable, even though to a well-trained and critical mind, the origins of such sentiments are as plain as day.
On and on I have to listen to Korean American men moan about how much the Bm looking for a slim wf man has taken away their Bm looking for a slim wf, about how they've been maligned in the media, or "their" women are the object of the white man's common, heterosexual affection. Man, I agree with ya.