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Tuesday, February 2, 2016

White women and their unchecked racism, and the black men who support them...

Phoenix teens spark outrage after posting shocking pic spelling out the N-word with their shirts  

Some are now asking the school for a harsher punishment for the girls.
Six Desert Vista High School seniors caused a furor after an anonymous photo of the girls was posted online showing the girls with their shirts spelling out a racial slur.

Six Desert Vista High School seniors caused a furor after an anonymous photo of the girls was posted online showing the girls with their shirts spelling out a racial slur.

A Change.org petition calling for the girls’ expulsion gained more than 10,000 signatures by Saturday afternoon.
“Arizona has been stricken with another blatant expression of racism and ignorance,” the petition says.
The petition notes that “the punishment does not fit the total ignorance and cruelty of the crime” and demands the principal’s resignation.
“These expressions of racism will not be tolerated any longer,” it concludes.
Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio posted a response on Facebook, saying that he’d spoken to police and learned the six seniors had been receiving threats.
“The threats against these young girls is unacceptable,” he wrote.
He said that a community action officer would be sent to the school to “monitor the situation” and talk to the girls.
“They made a bad mistake as many teenagers do in life. But, any threats against these young women is going to be taken very seriously.”
On Friday, police showed up at the school to keep the calm.
A PSA one of the white girls with the N-word shirt on has a black boyfriend. 

There's a picture of her with her boyfriend on Tumblr, it's just sickening.

The racist white woman above admits she dates black men and look at her racist terminology to describe black women.

 Now lets talk sistas. We've all seen social media comments from white women and their racism. We've all seen stories and videos period of white women shouting racial slurs and being racist. But why are white women's racism ignored? 

When a white man shows his racist behind, black people are all over it and from there on out it enhances our already disdain and mistrust of white men. However when white women do it, white women's images or reputations are never tainted. And black men and black women both still consider them as the antithesis to white men.

The black community has internalized the pure, innocent and virtuous labels of white women, we can literally see no wrong doing in them like we do white men. It takes a white man and a white woman to make another white person, so what's the problem black folks? Why do you continue to give white women and pass and have glittery stars in your eyes when it comes to white women.

Racism is not patriarchal, it's not just about black men vs. white men, or the men. White women perpetuate racism too. They benefit from white supremacy. They were in their houses abusive slaves too. They believe in white superiority too. 

You guys make race patriarchal and believe since a few of them bed black men, then that mean's they're a okay in your book. But despite there being white men with black women, it still doesn't stop us from viewing white men as racist or being skeptical of white men.

I find it ironic that no one has anything to say about the plethora of black men who fuck and marry these racist broads as well. Yes I'm typing out of my character today I don't care, I'm angry. People will bypass the comments from black women talking about how intraracist, misogynoiristic and anti-black, black men are towards black women, especially the one's who date IR, and tell us we need to shut up and stop complaining, until you show their asses proof.

Well here you go, you insensitive assholes, the proof is in the pudding above.

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

NFL players bash dark skin black women on social media

Same shit, another day. It's fucked up when not only do black women get it from the average every day black man, but also from professional athletes (Remember when NBA player Paul George said he doesn't like black women) and famous black men.


Football Players Brennan Clay And Tony Jefferson In Hiding After Degrading Black Women

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Arizona Cardinals player Tony Jefferson and friend Brennan Clay, a guy who used to play football but now makes his money selling blueberries, are under fire for dissing Black women on social media. 37 weeks ago, Jefferson posted a picture of cheerleaders on Instagram and asked Clay in his caption if he wanted that “dark a** one in the middle.”

Clay responded, “Haha. The dark bish can go.” That back and forth was brought to the world’s attention on Friday morning, and it didn’t sit well with a lot of people who slammed the athletes for their offensive words.

Singer K. Michelle also was one of the first to slam the men, reposting their conversation and offering this absolutely scathing rebuke:
“See normally I don’t say anything but if you have a platform you speak up. These two African American clown ass football players play for the @azcardinals Their comments towards the dark skin woman in this post was just disgusting. I did research and you 2 little hobbits have a long way to go before you have the right to crack jokes on anybody due to the color of their skin. You both seem to show symptoms and signs of the short dick syndrome. If you didn’t play football believe me NO ONE would be checking for you. You know you can be a lame with money right??? The black woman is the most beautiful most copied human. I find it sad that you are what we have as representation of the black man. I pray my son never grows up to have such a corrupted soul. @espn we are asking for a race trade we no longer need their services. It’s one thing to like what you like. I’m all for dating outside your race if you want, but to down another because of their skin tone? FOH. I’ve dated outside my race and will date whoever loves me, but this was just in poor taste. Really mean spirited.”
Clay has since deleted his Instagram account while Jefferson has made his Facebook and Instagram accounts private. If Clay looks familiar, you might remember him because you’ve seen his mug shot being plastered on TMZ. Clay was arrested in Texas on January 27, 2015 after his estranged wife Gina D’Agostini accused him of breaking down the door to their home and assaulting her. In the weeks leading up to the incident, the former college running back had publicly accused Gina of having an affair with his ex-teammate, DeMarco Murray.
Singer K. Michelle also was one of the first to slam the men, reposting their conversation and offering this absolutely scathing rebuke:

Dear black women from you sister to you, STOP DEFENDING BLACK MEN AND DEMAN RECIPROCITY. Treat them just like we treat white society when they crap on black women. Call them out and pay them dust until they treat us with some damn respect.

Friday, January 8, 2016

One of my favorite bloggers addresses her haters, and it's brilliant!

One of my favorite bloggers!

I’ve been outed. I’ve been accused of being a Black man hating pro gay black feminist. Black man hating? Naw, what I really hate is Black patriarchy and misogyny.
You see Black patriarchy and misogyny goes against my common sense and of course my self interests. Why in the world would I support any individual or system that discriminates against me? I love me some me too much! Why in the world would anyone expect me to act against my own interests? Chile no! And to conflate Black men with hating Black patriarchy & misogyny is utterly ridiculous and says a lot about the people who do. They’re usually the proBlack patriarchy & misogyny crowd who hate Black women. They’re mad because I tattled on them here, here and of course here. Click the links to find out how!

As to being called a pro gay black feminist, look at god. Yes I’m and I graciously accept the honor of being called progay. I dedicate this moment to my Uncle (RIP) who was a proud gay Black military man. He, like many of our LGBTQ relatives raised, nurtured, protected and loved us. Why the hell would I reject my own people? Unlike like the small but vocal community of Black homophobes,  I am really proBlack and being proBlack means embracing, celebrating and loving the spectacular diversity of the Black experience.
I do want you to know I’m not a feminist nor am I Black nationalist. While I love the Black nationalists aspects of entrepreneurship and self-reliance and the feminist aspects of equal pay, equal rights, contraceptive services, etc it’s the other crap that turns me off. Here’s why:
Black nationalism = proBlack male patriarchy (It’s Black male centered)
Feminism = Pro White women (It’s White women centered)
Womanism (some may disagree) = May on the surface seem for Black women, still centers on Black men. (It’s like Black women are deciding between saving the world or saving ourselves. Many would choose the world.  While admirable, self-sacrificing isn’t for me.)
As a Black woman, I don’t fit into any of these boxes. I prefer to do what members of the Black male nationalism and White Woman feminism movements do and that’s to put myself first. I know its shocking for some to see a Black woman put her needs first instead of self-sacrificing, fixing and uplifting others. But one day I just up and decided that I was worthy of loving, protecting and uplifting myself.
If you want to label me, I would call myself proBlack woman. My definition of a proBlack woman means focusing on our community’s most ignored and disrespected population. Who are they? Black women and our children. So you see my friends I simply refuse to trade an oppressive White supremacist patriarchy for a proBlack nationalist one. I am pro-me. I hope this clears everything up.
The only limit you have is the one you have placed on yourself. Think and be limitless.

Wednesday, January 6, 2016

The fight for black women is a losing battle. Why keep going?

I don't post here much, because I run my Tumblr page, but I'm thinking about deleting all of this. Maybe somewhere on down the line I'll start over, but this has become frustrating. It's become torturous hard labor to fight for black women, and it shouldn't even be that way.

There is very little public discussions about misogynoir, and even when you research it, even smaller portions of articles to assist me on my many posts addressing misogynoir. We all should know what misogynoir is, the point where racism and sexism intersect for black women. There is so little on something so important, and knowing that is extremely defeating.

I created my blog to aid in helping make society a better living place for black women and girls. A place without discrimination and ridicule towards black women and girls. But the amount of disapproving voices from my own damn community, and I'm not just talking about the black community, but the black female community is enough for me to decide to hang up the towel.

Seeing so little attention of black female victims of police brutality, black female victims of DV, fat black girls/women, trans black women, gay black women, dark skin black women, black women from the hood, just black women period, really bothers me. And as time goes along, the more I see people not giving a damn.

I'm over it, it's tiresome, it's emotionally draining, it's a mental destroyer. Seeing all of these other groups have people on their side fighting for liberation, but seeing black women sitting at the bottom waiting for someone to come assist us, is heartbreaking. So many black girls and women vent to me, and so many black women, on my Tumblr about how  hurtful it is for them to be a black woman in America, and all my heart could do was ache for them.

I don't know what else to do right now. Nothing seemed to have changed for black women and girls, while things change every other day for other groups. I'm so tired of fighting this losing battle.

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

I'm beginning to hate black Tumblr!

I made Tumblr to try to find a space where I can vent as a black woman, about my frustrations and gripe with society, the black community, and their treatment of black women and girls.

But much like the rest of cyber world, there are so many uncle toms, and coons who will jump, hop, and skip to defend white and non-black women. I've had several instances where I've made posts addressing culture appropriation and white women imitating the aesthetics of black women, and have been met with black men and especially black women, butt hurt about it.

I was bombarded by so many black women when I called out how black people won't support black female artist like Jazmine Sullivan but act like their favorite team won the superbowl when it comes to white female artist like Adele, Iggy Azealea, etc who appropriate the sound of black women.

Now here's the thing, everyone is on one accord when it comes to black men. When people bring up white or non-black men trying to imitate black male aesthetics we're all in agreement shaking our heads nodding like a pastor at church. When we address the double standards black men face when it comes to the music industry and in society in general opposed to white men and sometimes non-black men, the entire black demographic puts their fist in the air like "Yeah preach it".

Basically the code is white men are the enemy, all the men are black and all the women are white. Black female issues seem to be obsolete to the minds of many black people. Not only do I have to deal with racist white people coming on my page sliding their troll butts in my inbox accusing me of being a reverse racist, but my own damn race and community I'm forced to shed blood for in the streets when we faced with injustice, tell me, as a black woman that they basically don't give a flying fuck about my existence.

I thought black Twitter was a cesspool for this type of shit, but those fuckers are all over Tumblr too, and it's even more frustrating how so many black women rush in with skinned knees, as the first one's to tell me to shut up and stop complaining.

What's ironic is that these same black men and women who try to silence me and black women like me have pro-black shit all on their pages. We know their pro-black is centered around cis hetero black men, so I don't even take that shit seriously.

Sorry if I'm cursing a lot of but, this shit has gone too far, but also I'm happy it happened. It's proven everything I've been saying to be true and it's not only exposing the anti-black woman theme in racist white society, but it has also exposed the truth, that the black community is extremely patriarchal in favor of black men and alienate black women and girls.

Have I been trying to tell you all that from the jump, now you see I'm not lying. Sistas yall better open your eyes and realize just because they share your skin color doesn't mean they have your best interest.

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

The Way Black People Treat Each Other Is Eerily Similar To How White People Treat Us……

For about a year now, I have been really focused on how Black People treat each other. We know for a fact that white people will never treat us right, but we can and need to learn to treat each other right. Black People go all day long into next week about how white people treat us like last week’s dog shit; the very extensive physical and psychological damage racism white supremacy and white privilege has wreaked upon us in the last 500 years, but Lord when its time for us to talk about how we treat each other, all of a sudden niggas can’t speak on issues like Black self-hatred, colorism a.k.a. Intra-racism, misogynoir, rape, sexual assault and molestation, classism, and many other issues bringing death and destruction to the so-called Black Community by the hand of toxic Black People. THE WAY BLACK PEOPLE TREAT EACH OTHER IS EERILY SIMILAR TO THE WAY WHITE PEOPLE TREAT US.
We’re the most disunited people on the planet, but many want to put up a fake ass unified front in front of white people and the rest of the world. Even when we join together in organizing and implementing civil rights movements, we are still dis-unified. I discussed that in more detail  here. Like I said before, it’s just sad and pathetic. Many of us treat each other like pure shit based on skin tone, looks, gender, class, sexual orientation and other things, then descend into name-calling, backstabbing, backbiting, betrayal like little children; yet we want the same Black People that we mistreat standing along side us with fist in the air shouting “black power!” ” “black unity!” “fuck da white mane!” and I am noticing this hypocrisy is mostly come from these fake ass “pro-black” negroes, ya know the main ones preaching “black unity!” “black power!” I’m just tired of being sick and fucking tired of it!  We gotta to do better and learn to agree to disagree in spite of it all. We will never liberate ourselves if we continue on this path.