What the hell is wrong with u black w...

What the hell is wrong with u black women?

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#3 Jun 28, 2013
Black women have been walking around half naked for centuries. White women have always been told to cover up.

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-RaudWpWT8m0/US3pSNR...

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#5 Jun 28, 2013
Carmiana wrote:
Black women have been walking around half naked for centuries. White women have always been told to cover up.
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-RaudWpWT8m0/US3pSNR...
You're doing just what the white media want you to do. And that's to perpetrate those tarzan images of Africans. Most Africans do not dress like that. They have cities just like we do here. In places where they do walk around like that, which can't be too long, white men been there centuries before an took their resources, and they had to start from scratch.

The truth is, people living in Africa in those hot climates year around, wear more clothes than we do to protect themselves from the sun. You can't walk around in 120 degree temperature exposing you skin like that as a normal life style, otherwise you risk dangers such as serious sunburn, and skin cancer, which isn't just a white persons desease by the way. I know this because I dated an African woman for six years.

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#7 Jun 28, 2013
BLACK POWER wrote:
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The difference is that when an african man see a womans breasts he knows thats for food for a child but when the crakkka looks at breasts he will think perverted thoughts. So now we've a situation where the black man has been corrupted by the crakkkas and also the black women. With that knowledge any decent black woman would hide her breasts in the western world, bcos she knows crakkkas, gringos asians and brainwashed black men will be looking with sinful perverted thoughts. So if you wannna be looked at like a hooker then carry on.
Ok, whatever.

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#8 Jun 28, 2013
KPITRL wrote:
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You're doing just what the white media want you to do. And that's to perpetrate those tarzan images of Africans. Most Africans do not dress like that. They have cities just like we do here. In places where they do walk around like that, which can't be too long, white men been there centuries before an took their resources, and they had to start from scratch.
The truth is, people living in Africa in those hot climates year around, wear more clothes than we do to protect themselves from the sun. You can't walk around in 120 degree temperature exposing you skin like that as a normal life style, otherwise you risk dangers such as serious sunburn, and skin cancer, which isn't just a white persons desease by the way. I know this because I dated an African woman for six years.
Whats tarzan to white media is normal culture to Africans.
yaokay

Orlando, FL

#9 Jun 28, 2013
Really? Then why is rape so prevailing in Africa? And as far as breastfeeding goes.. The lead in America for that are as follows.. Hispanics, whites, then "other races" and finally black. Whites have the highest in other countries. Hispanic in the USA. Stop your BS.
BLACK POWER wrote:
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The difference is that when an african man see a womans breasts he knows thats for food for a child but when the crakkka looks at breasts he will think perverted thoughts. So now we've a situation where the black man has been corrupted by the crakkkas and also the black women. With that knowledge any decent black woman would hide her breasts in the western world, bcos she knows crakkkas, gringos asians and brainwashed black men will be looking with sinful perverted thoughts. So if you wannna be looked at like a hooker then carry on.

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#10 Jun 28, 2013
Carmiana wrote:
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Whats tarzan to white media is normal culture to Africans.
Ok believe that. Meanwhile the white media portrays the normal culture for African-American women as welfare queens and prostitutes to Africa and the rest of the world.
London

Columbus, OH

#11 Jun 28, 2013
KPITRL wrote:
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You're doing just what the white media want you to do. And that's to perpetrate those tarzan images of Africans. Most Africans do not dress like that. They have cities just like we do here. In places where they do walk around like that, which can't be too long, white men been there centuries before an took their resources, and they had to start from scratch.
The truth is, people living in Africa in those hot climates year around, wear more clothes than we do to protect themselves from the sun. You can't walk around in 120 degree temperature exposing you skin like that as a normal life style, otherwise you risk dangers such as serious sunburn, and skin cancer, which isn't just a white persons desease by the way. I know this because I dated an African woman for six years.
Skin cancer due to sunburn is primarily a concern of those with lighter pigment (eumalin), red haired whites being the most vulnerable. Just because one is African doesn't mean they are black and it sure doesn't mean they are full black, especially nowadays. Black people, true black people, are virtually 100% protected from skin cancer due to sunburn, sunburn being the most common form of skin cancer.
Cap Black

Huntsville, AL

#12 Jun 28, 2013
Carmiana wrote:
Black women have been walking around half naked for centuries. White women have always been told to cover up.
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-RaudWpWT8m0/US3pSNR...
They even made white women wear chasity belts in europe.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Venetian-ch...

"A chastity belt is a locking item of clothing designed to prevent sexual intercourse"
TuT

Tulsa, OK

#13 Jun 28, 2013
Cap Black wrote:
<quoted text>They even made white women wear chasity belts in europe.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Venetian-ch...
"A chastity belt is a locking item of clothing designed to prevent sexual intercourse"
That is the only thing to stop a white ho. Is there one for their mouth; then the black community will be safe.:)

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#14 Jun 28, 2013
London wrote:
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Skin cancer due to sunburn is primarily a concern of those with lighter pigment (eumalin), red haired whites being the most vulnerable. Just because one is African doesn't mean they are black and it sure doesn't mean they are full black, especially nowadays. Black people, true black people, are virtually 100% protected from skin cancer due to sunburn, sunburn being the most common form of skin cancer.
I was just going by what doctors say, and how they have many skin cancer patients who are black, contrary to popular belief. Of course white people are more vulnerable, that ain't going to change, however I don't think anybody is 100% protected from skin cancer. That's what the documentary was about. Never think you're too black to get skin cancer.

Whether you get skin cancer or not, it is dangerous for any human to expose their skin like that, and you will feel discomfort. I dated a girl from Cameroon for six years. If anybody knew, she did. That's why people living in those extremely hot places in Africa cover there arms in legs most of the time, unlike the tarzan images, and other stereotype images the media's been feeding people over here for decades.

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#15 Jun 28, 2013
KPITRL wrote:
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I was just going by what doctors say, and how they have many skin cancer patients who are black, contrary to popular belief. Of course white people are more vulnerable, that ain't going to change, however I don't think anybody is 100% protected from skin cancer. That's what the documentary was about. Never think you're too black to get skin cancer.
Whether you get skin cancer or not, it is dangerous for any human to expose their skin like that, and you will feel discomfort. I dated a girl from Cameroon for six years. If anybody knew, she did. That's why people living in those extremely hot places in Africa cover there arms in legs most of the time, unlike the tarzan images, and other stereotype images the media's been feeding people over here for decades.
By the way, she was red brown, very close to Mandella's complexion. As a matter of fact, she looked like she could have been his daughter. And neither one of them have a drop of European blood in them. They both have pure African blood...atleast I know she does. This is very common in Africa, again contrary to popular belief. Of course I didn't believe her when she was telling me this back then, but now I learned this is normal over there.
Axe-Me-Anything

Pinellas Park, FL

#17 Jun 28, 2013
MOSES-11 wrote:
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No use in telling bw about Monarch beta level programming.
True. People that are 50 years younger than you aren't all that interested in your paranoid delusions.

And Momo, NOBODY BUT NOBODY cares about what you've deemed as your "wisdom".

Slit it. For us all. Now. Please.
London

Columbus, OH

#18 Jun 28, 2013
KPITRL wrote:
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I was just going by what doctors say, and how they have many skin cancer patients who are black, contrary to popular belief. Of course white people are more vulnerable, that ain't going to change, however I don't think anybody is 100% protected from skin cancer. That's what the documentary was about. Never think you're too black to get skin cancer.
Whether you get skin cancer or not, it is dangerous for any human to expose their skin like that, and you will feel discomfort. I dated a girl from Cameroon for six years. If anybody knew, she did. That's why people living in those extremely hot places in Africa cover there arms in legs most of the time, unlike the tarzan images, and other stereotype images the media's been feeding people over here for decades.
Full black people are virtually 100% protected from skin cancer due to sunburn. Please look it up..not trying to be rude but it is common knowledge. If we are seeing an increase in "blacks" with skin cancer, that speaks to our levels of mixed ancestry, not our "blackness." Eumalin is the type of skin pigment blacks have and it is virtually skin cancer if the skin cancer is caused by sunburn.
London

Columbus, OH

#19 Jun 28, 2013
KPITRL wrote:
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By the way, she was red brown, very close to Mandella's complexion. As a matter of fact, she looked like she could have been his daughter. And neither one of them have a drop of European blood in them. They both have pure African blood...atleast I know she does. This is very common in Africa, again contrary to popular belief. Of course I didn't believe her when she was telling me this back then, but now I learned this is normal over there.
You think Mandella is red brown?
Mr Afrocentric

Sicklerville, NJ

#20 Jun 28, 2013
Axe-Me-Anything wrote:
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True. People that are 50 years younger than you aren't all that interested in your paranoid delusions.
And Momo, NOBODY BUT NOBODY cares about what you've deemed as your "wisdom".
Slit it. For us all. Now. Please.
Look at this white boy on a Friday night talking about black people. I just got back from a party and you are STILL here.

Get a life boy and a women while you are at it.
Satan

Rowlett, TX

#23 Jun 28, 2013
MOSES-11 wrote:
Don't tell bw, "all behaviors are learned behavior".
Are you down with OPP?
:)

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#24 Jun 28, 2013
London wrote:
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Full black people are virtually 100% protected from skin cancer due to sunburn. Please look it up..not trying to be rude but it is common knowledge. If we are seeing an increase in "blacks" with skin cancer, that speaks to our levels of mixed ancestry, not our "blackness." Eumalin is the type of skin pigment blacks have and it is virtually skin cancer if the skin cancer is caused by sunburn.
Not saying you're right or wrong. But the basis of my comment stemmed from the fact that most Africans cover there bodies because of the discomfort from the sun heat, and most don't walk around half naked.

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#26 Jun 28, 2013
London wrote:
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You think Mandella is red brown?
Yes, in a lot of photos. But for a man who has pure African blood, he's definately not darkskinned.

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