Showing posts with label The Conspiracy to Destroy the Black Woman. Show all posts
Showing posts with label The Conspiracy to Destroy the Black Woman. Show all posts

Jan 6, 2012

Thanks to one of my loyal readers, Ms. Anna Renee, for hipping me to this video.

Recently, I posted 10 New Year's Resolutions for the Black Community and in doing so I feel it's my duty to act on these resolutions and hence that is what I'm going to do with this blog as well as my blogtalkradio show.

This video by @ArianaKSS exemplifies the type of mentality I hope to uplift this upcoming year. Everything she speaks to in her video is exactly what I believe.

There is a deliberate narrative out there that is seriously trying to bring us down as a people. A lot of us have fallen victim to the destruction, but there is still hope for the rest of us.

Much love to Sista Ariana and the people like her. Keep fighting the goof fight sista.

Jun 6, 2011

Black women every where should be patting themselves on the back for this one. We are sick and damn tired of being everybody's punching bag. When an 'evolutionary psychologist' by the name of Satoshi Kanazawa thought he could spout off some racist BS about how black women were the least attractive females, black women weren't taking that foolishness lying down. Sistas rose up and got his bigoted behind fired. Now, the question still remains as to why a reputable magazine like, 'Psychology Today', would give someone like a Kanazawa a platform in the first place. I still don't think we should let them off the hook so quickly.

And now Satoshi Kanazawa's lost his blog and his profile page has been deleted from Psychology Today's website. His article and unqualified research on unattractive black women sent off a fury of protests online. 75,000 people blew up Psychology Today via email, Twitter and Facebook. Some even rang Psychology Today's telephones off the hook.

When all was said and done, Psychology Today sent an email to and informed the largest online African American political organization that Kanazawa's work won't appear on their site any longer. Psychology Today even said they've instituted new rules to prevent inflammatory content in the future.

People who hadn't heard of Kanazawa were sharing the text in question, their hurt, their ire and disbelief that Psychology Today endorsed the piece. They demanded Kanazawa be fired. Students at Kanazawa's other day job, London School of Economics, have also called for Kanazawa's resignation.

It's not just American Black women who were put off by the piece, every segment of the globe's population was annoyed: white men, black men, white women, black women, academics, Asians, Indians, writers, babysitters, the mail man and mail lady. People who surf the web and browse Facebook for random stuff did not like it and this time could not dismiss it. source

Apr 11, 2011

Ok, seriously, it's a little late for an April Fools' joke. Can someone please tell me why Tyrese feels he is equipped to write a relationship book? Now, seriously I'm not trying to hate....nawl bump that. I'm hating. I'm so sick of these celebrities (i.e. Steve Harvey) thinking they are in positions of authority where they can tell people what to do in order to start, preserve, or protect a relationship. I mean what in the hell is going on? Why can't people just stick to their day jobs and leave the advice dishing to the experts?

And just to answer your question, no I haven't read his book and after his appearance on Wendy Williams I don't plan on reading it either. When Wendy asked him why men cheat and he basically suggested that men were raised to cheat I knew then that I would not be wasting my time.

Here is what he said:

No way. See, it's expected of men to cheat, even though all men don't cheat. I can't just generalize and say all men cheat, but it's expected because it's a part of our upbringing…no listen if your in high school or in college, if one dude has sex with ten different women he is a hero, he's the champion of the campus. If one woman has sex with ten different guys, they're all kind of things in the book right?…It's just a part of what instilled in us growing up."

Ladies, I hope y'all have y'all Kevlar vest on because you are going to need it. It looks like it's Open Season on sistas again when it comes to these damn relationship books.

Oct 15, 2010