Patrick Galooly said:
Look how the men in here are speaking about them. Look at how the media equates being light with being beautiful. Look at how n*ggas in here have turned against their own sisters and mothers. When literally no one not even the men in your race who act like when people say dark skin is ugly they're not talking about black men as well are in your corner you have to be tough. My only problem is don't portray us (black men) all as sell outs a lot of us aren't.
Feel that.. But also I really don't think black women of today are worthy of being held in the same light as our mothers, and in some cases our sisters. Of course it all comes down to how you were raised and your morals, but today's generation for the most part lacks morals, class and integrity. I'm 30 years old and have yet to hear my mother or sisters refer to men as "n*ggas" or envelope that whole "think like a man" bullsh*t. Nor do any of them condone or uplift being called a bit*h.
As I said before, they are holding themselves back..