And your point is...WHAT, exactly?@@
Women ARE strong, intelligent, and independent, especially when they are making their OWN choices regarding sex and reproduction. That applies to ALL women, not just those in a particular group. Feminism was all about giving all women OPTIONS, including the option NOT to be a mother unless a woman WANTED to be one.
Here is ya can of whip azz
The sadness of the women's movement is that they don't allow the necessity of love. See, I don't personally trust any revolution where love is not allowed.
The woman who employed my educated mother to clean her house never quite saw her as a sister in the struggle for equality.
Well, its no secret that Im not a fan of feminism. I dont believe that it had anything to do with Black womens lives. I believe we already had our own brand of feminism, because Black women have always worked. Our ancestors mothers, aunts, grandmothers, elders in the church- have been balancing work, relationships and marriage, well, since forever. We failed to uphold the lessons that they tried to teach us, throwing it away for something that NEVER had our families in mind. I cant be a Black feminist if Im being separate from the Black men in my life. Just doesnt work for me. Thats part of the reason why there was no real conflict for me when it came to Obama vs. Clinton. Am I Black or Woman? Im both, but Ive been in this country long enough to know:
1. Being Black is the true designation of my life
2. Being separated from the men in the community has not done us any good
3.Sisterhood is a one way street; Im a Sister, when Mainstream Feminism wants something from me. When theyre done, then Im kicked to the curb. I understood long ago that Miss Anne wasnt studdin about my Black behind, and I dont think Im alone in that realization.
said before that I wasnt going to hold my breath waiting for Mainstream Feminists to defend Michelle Obama. This was a job that those of us who cared would have to take on our shoulders.
Their silence has been quite instructive .dont you think