A link to the You Tube version of this video has been attached for your viewing pleasure, but if you are unsure that you will be able to exercise restraint and not snap off completely, let me give you a quick synopsis and spare you from wasting 10 minutes of your life.According to this woman, Black men prefer White women because: ● Black men can pull hair during sex without the tracks slipping ● They ride for their men and Black women leave them when they are broke ● We carry ourselves in a way that turns the Black man off ● We have 5 or 6 kids by multiple Baby daddies ● We can’t pay our bills because we spend all of our money on weave ● We don’t have father figures ● All of the other races are taking over You get the picture.There has never been an attack raged against you where we were not on the front lines, ready and willing to give our lives for yours.Behind the scenes, mothers, aunts, sisters, and wives are pushing forces behind the visions and dreams of YOU.When our bodies are held in comparison to features of other women, not only are we made to feel like sexual objects, but his teaches those who are watching the behavior of the Black men that we as Black women are nothing more than a fat ass.The practice constantly forces us to defend her self-worth and piece together our deminished self esteem.
According to Will, his dating history is totally reflective of his upbringing.As I was scrolling through my newsfeed for what I am sure was the seventh time, I came across a video shared by one of my FB friends. Within the first 45 seconds, I could feel my body getting hot. By the third minute mark, I couldn’t figure out if the tears forming in my eyes were from anger or sheer disgust.For almost ten minutes, I watched a White woman shamelessly bash Black women.So the next time you are considering making a comment about us that will contribute to the madness, replace those words with a “thank you.” Never forget that without the Black woman, there would be no you.Jazz Keyes is a community activist, poetess and a nationally certified Life Purpose and Career Coach.
The welfare of certain segments of our community will always provoke an emotional response from me—people of color, women, children, the elderly—but for the most part, I consider myself to be a fairly chilled spirit.