Black Men And Women Who Date And Marry White People Are Their Own Worst Enemies.



Black men and women who date and marry white people are their own worst enemies. Most of them promote the same negative stereotype white supremacist promote about black people, then these idiots wonder why they are hated, especially by the opposite sex of their race. Why can’t black men who date and marry white women do it without stereotyping and degrading black women? Why can’t black women date and marry white men do it without stereotyping and degrading black men? .And for those of you who say you don’t do it. Why don’t you fight against the ones who do it? Don’t you have the common sense to know that they are making all of you look bad?

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Dear Racism

Dear Racism,

Please accept this letter as notice of my resignation from the position of 2nd class citizen. My last day of employment was yesterday.

Unlike leaving other positions, this was an easy decision because I never asked for the job.
I never agreed to be labeled, belittled, mistreated, abused, disrespected, disregarded as worthless…you get the point.

You have been chipping away at me since I was a little girl, telling me that I was not good enough.

I never desired to be viewed as the angry black woman just because I expressed my displeasure. I am no one’s bitch.

What you think of me is not my business but yours. So the stereotypes, like the video vixen, loud mouth, mammy, Jezebel, etc. have no power over me.

You tried to brainwash me to the point that I altered my body and lightened my skin to conform to the standards…

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Why do Black Women Hate on White Women?

This is the post I have chosen for Real Talk Friday. I’m going to post an article every week.

Provocative Potpourri

Get Out has been the recent topic of conversation. I stumbled upon Buzzfeed’s article about 22 hidden secrets in the film and while watching the movie I came to my own conclusions from my perspective of being a Black woman. One scene that stuck out to me was when Chris accused Georgina of unplugging his cell phone from the charger and his theory for assuming Georgina was the culprit was that she could be mad that he was with Rose (a White woman). He says “maybe she doesn’t like that I’m with you, it’s a thing”. Oh really Chris? Black women spite Black men because we don’t like you being with Rose…interesting.

But something a little more relevant was the topic of conversation in the “Black community” on social media.

Today I woke up to Baller Alerts post featuring Maserati Rick’s answer to Trail’s question, “Why do black athletes…

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Only Divine Masculine Men Can Serve An Awakened Woman


What is the Divine Masculine?

The Divine Masculine represents a spiritual, psychological, archetypal ideal—the best and most inspiring, elevating, and restorative aspects of masculine expression and manifestation in the universe. “He”—along with the Divine Feminine—exists on a transpersonal, universal level that manifests through an individual’s psyche and becomes thoughts, beliefs, and behaviors. (1)

I decided recently I will slow down on talking about “toxic black men”, and will speak more on the divine masculine men. Ill not only talk about identifying one, but will also giive examples. Papoose from Love and Hip Hop will be my example for today. This is one of the only men on this show you see not struggling or broken. Why? Because he knows that the more you keep your woman happy, the more increase he will receive in his own life. Her happiness is his happiness, and he has no problem expressing his devotion…

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Black Women: Stop Seeking Their Acceptance

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They touch our hair without permission; they ask ignorant questions at the most inappropriate times,  accuse us of being ghetto because we wear hoop earrings and can twerk (this is before copying us and saying that they only appreciated our culture) and they call our sons thugs because they like rap music. They then have the audacity to call us an angry black woman and tell us we have an attitude problem because we get annoyed by this. We’re always the last ones to be recognized for our beauty unless our child is mixed. We’re told that we’re scary and intimidating because we’re passionate about the things we love. We’re told our natural hair isn’t professional, and when we straighten it, we’re accused of wanting to be white. We’re boxed into categories as soon as someone hears our name, but yet we still hold…

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‘I live in a world where there is no color’

Nothing bothers me more than the phrase ‘I live in a world where there is no color’ in attempt to show that they don’t condone racism or to show they promote racial equality. Surely there was color in the 15th century and there still is color today because black folks are still being discriminated against and killed because of the color of their skin. Let me make something clear, we live in a world where there is a color. There’s a multitude of skin tones within the human race. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with being able to acknowledge that we have different skin tones. The same way you don’t disregard your nationality and are proud to be a part of a particular nation, is the same way I shouldn’t have to overlook my skin color in order to achieve racial equality. In fact, it’s important that we acknowledge our skin tones primarily because our…

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The Joy and “Unity” that Anti-Black Misogyny Brings

I want to start a new theme, which is called Real Talk Friday. Now as you may have noticed I like to keep the blog 100% positive, but I understand that sometimes there’s some issues that need to be addressed, so I’d like to welcome you to Real Talk Friday,where I present an issue either written by me or reblogged, concerning an something that happened in the week. This week’s article is about RACIST George Lopez’s nasty comments about black people and towards a black woman in the crowd.

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Recently a video of comedian, George Lopez, has been circling social media. In the clip, it is Lopez at one of his stand-up shows cracking a joke about Mexicans’ two rules:

“Don’t marry somebody black and don’t park in front of our house.”

A black woman in the audience stood up and expressed her distaste for his joke. Lopez took notice of her apparent disapproval and responded by telling her to “sit the f*ck down” and if she can’t take a joke, she should leave. The cherry on top was that proceeded to call the woman out of her name. He called her a “bitch” to be exact. As for the audience, they applauded and cheered Lopez on as he continued to cuss the woman out. No one stood up for her. They were all overjoyed about Lopez’s tirade.

Naturally, Black women in particular, took offense to Lopez’s behavior. He…

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Being Black

Sarah's Point of View

This post is going to be controversial, but it needs to be said and talked about. Black people need to address this issue.

I am black. As a matter of fact, I am African, where the black itself originated. I love being black. I love my skin, I love my language, I love my culture,  I love my melanin (although I am annoyed at the usage of this word in 2016), and I love black people.
However, I feel that we do not take responsibility for ourselves. I feel that we like to point the finger a lot of the time, and we use slavery/racism as an excuse.
Don’t get me wrong, slavery and racism are both horrendous things and we still experience the repercussions today. Many of our problems can be blamed on racism; however, it does not for our lack of efficiency in our communities.

I feel that as…

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Light-Skinned vs. Dark-Skinned….Ain’t We All Black?!

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Okay so this topic can be a heated one. This topic is one that dates back to slavery times and it does not seem to be going anywhere. That dreadful light-skinned vs. dark-skinned argument.

Okay, so I would call myself a dark, light-skinned girl, meaning I ain’t quite high yellow,but I can’t be considered Brown-skinned (yet another division….*side eye*). I would consider my skin color to be closest to to the color of Peanut Butter. I say all of this to say, I do not condone this light vs. dark mentality. Because my father was darker skinned and my mother lighter skinned, I appreciate the beauty that comes in all shades.

But some of y’all…man, y’all go in! Light skinned girls are “bougie” (which is derived from the word “bourgeoisie”, which describesthe “middle class, typically with reference to its perceived materialistic values or conventional attitudes” and back when this word…

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Support Your Friends Like You Support Beyoncé


When Beyoncé dropped her maternity shot on Instagram last week I scrolled down my timeline seeing that same tired photo the entire day. It was beautiful, but got me thinking: some of us won’t even repost a flyer supporting our own friends’ endeavors.

CaptureOne of the biggest things I noticed in my 20s is Black people do not support each other like other cultures. For instance, we do not support one another’s businesses without trying to swindle a discount, or when we are in a position to help we would rather help someone else because hiring another Black woman becomes a competition. Not to mention, all the mess we talk about the emotionally unstable half-naked frenemy on Instagram but don’t take the time to mentor her.


The truth is, I do not know why nor do I understand it but I wanted to call it out and evoke some kind…

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