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Sadbuttrue

Chantilly, VA

#300 Dec 24, 2012
rien a foutre wrote:
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most black men hate you, you and your kind I think, Interracial is just a reason of more, you don't make nothing for change that apparently, don't be surprised
Men dont' care what race as long as the woman's attractive, intelligent, nice looking and compatible!

I get asked out all the time by White males!
Sadbuttrue

Chantilly, VA

#301 Dec 24, 2012
the boundaries of space wrote:
black women know the difference when it comes to sex with an out-of-shape and generally unattractive black man and a well-muscled, well-tanned Hispanic, white or Sicilian. the black man simply doesn't have what it takes.
True

On many levels! Its rare to nil if I meet an Black man thats in shape over 30 years old!
Sadbuttrue

Chantilly, VA

#302 Dec 24, 2012
LovinLife1974 wrote:
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sounds like the 93% is shyt out of luck
(pig skin)
Scott

This is pretty much true!

As I said all of the written material points to African American men's behaviors as being destructive destroying their own families

Men Without Women: An African-American Crisis
by Matthew Johnson

The book is the second installment of a trilogy on the legacy of race and slavery. The first, The Ordeal of Integration, marked points of progress in race relations. Blood Rituals examines the social distortions that took form during slavery, were perpetuated through institutionalized racism and continue to plague both the country and the African-American community. Though the book is organized around the plight of the African-American male, it transcends African-American issues. In the final essay, "American Dionysus," Patterson points out that the current image of African-American men, when decoded and examined, illuminates the entire landscape of modern American popular culture destroying everything they touch. To understand this image, Patterson argues, is to uncover some of the most enduring sources of our resistance to social progress.

African American men and women of all classes have a terribly troubled relationship. Slavery and the system of racial oppression engendered it, and poverty, economic insecurity, and lingering racism sustain it. But blaming these injustices alone will get them nowhere. Not only because it is Afro-Americans themselves, especially African American men, who now inflict these wounds upon themselves -- through the ways they betray those who love them and bear their progeny, through the ways they bring up or abandon their children, through the ways they relate, or fail to relate, to each other, through the values and attitudes they cherish and the ones they choose to spurn, through their comforting ethnic myths about their neighborhoods that they don't support, through their self-indulgences putting sexual conquests more important, denials and deceits -- but because only they as individual men and women can find the antidote to heal themselves.

To make his point, Patterson traces the problematic nature of African-American manhood throughout American history, from the systematic emasculation of men during slavery through the legal and social destruction of the roles of husband and father. Behavioral patterns that arose during slavery continued to undermine gender relations and the family during the area of Jim Crow. But Patterson’s ringing moral indictment of contemporary African-American men for the perpetuation of these problems is the most controversial aspect of his book.

Indeed, if one must assign blame, the major part is solely placed on the men who so wantonly impregnate these mothers, then abandon them and their children.

It is hard to imagine a more execrable form of immorality and irresponsible behavior than that. The worst part of all is that the fathers’ immorality and irresponsibility are reproduced in their own sons. The economic deprivation, loneliness, social isolation, stress, and emotional and physical exhaustion of mothers that account for the mother-child syndrome I have ... analyzed are all, in the first place, either largely caused or else critically exacerbated by the natural father’s betrayal and abandonment. When these factors are added to a tradition of weak child-rearing skills inherited from a traumatized past the resulting disastrous offspring is well nigh inevitable.

http://www.religion-online.org/showarticle.as...
Sadbuttrue

Chantilly, VA

#303 Dec 24, 2012
As I said all of the written material points to African American men's behaviors as being destructive destroying their own families

Men Without Women: An African-American Crisis
by Matthew Johnson

The book is the second installment of a trilogy on the legacy of race and slavery. The first, The Ordeal of Integration, marked points of progress in race relations. Blood Rituals examines the social distortions that took form during slavery, were perpetuated through institutionalized racism and continue to plague both the country and the African-American community. Though the book is organized around the plight of the African-American male, it transcends African-American issues. In the final essay, "American Dionysus," Patterson points out that the current image of African-American men, when decoded and examined, illuminates the entire landscape of modern American popular culture destroying everything they touch. To understand this image, Patterson argues, is to uncover some of the most enduring sources of our resistance to social progress.

African American men and women of all classes have a terribly troubled relationship. Slavery and the system of racial oppression engendered it, and poverty, economic insecurity, and lingering racism sustain it. But blaming these injustices alone will get them nowhere. Not only because it is Afro-Americans themselves, especially African American men, who now inflict these wounds upon themselves -- through the ways they betray those who love them and bear their progeny, through the ways they bring up or abandon their children, through the ways they relate, or fail to relate, to each other, through the values and attitudes they cherish and the ones they choose to spurn, through their comforting ethnic myths about their neighborhoods that they don't support, through their self-indulgences putting sexual conquests more important, denials and deceits -- but because only they as individual men and women can find the antidote to heal themselves.

To make his point, Patterson traces the problematic nature of African-American manhood throughout American history, from the systematic emasculation of men during slavery through the legal and social destruction of the roles of husband and father. Behavioral patterns that arose during slavery continued to undermine gender relations and the family during the area of Jim Crow. But Patterson’s ringing moral indictment of contemporary African-American men for the perpetuation of these problems is the most controversial aspect of his book.

Indeed, if one must assign blame, the major part is solely placed on the men who so wantonly impregnate these mothers, then abandon them and their children.

It is hard to imagine a more execrable form of immorality and irresponsible behavior than that. The worst part of all is that the fathers’ immorality and irresponsibility are reproduced in their own sons. The economic deprivation, loneliness, social isolation, stress, and emotional and physical exhaustion of mothers that account for the mother-child syndrome I have ... analyzed are all, in the first place, either largely caused or else critically exacerbated by the natural father’s betrayal and abandonment. When these factors are added to a tradition of weak child-rearing skills inherited from a traumatized past the resulting disastrous offspring is well nigh inevitable.

http://www.religion-online.org/showarticle.as...
the boundaries of space

Atlanta, GA

#304 Dec 27, 2012
black men are attracted to many of their own race of women who are with non-black men romantically and sexually, but the said women are simply not interested, nor attracted to most black men. proof is often seen between lines of BM's anger on numerous threads relevant to the subject, though they try to deny it's really the case.

Since: Aug 09

Location hidden

#305 Dec 29, 2012
Why are Black Women Hating on Michael Ealy’s New, Non-Black Wife?

http://cdn.necolebitchie.com/wp-content/uploa...

“me! chee hoo! LOL!”

Level 6

Since: Oct 09

Apia, Samoa

#307 Dec 29, 2012
PANMA19 wrote:
<quoted text>But what should attractiveness have to do with anything? You should focus on what the men knows intellectually.
u have a wise head on u lol must say the thread sounded funny
the boundaries of space

Atlanta, GA

#308 Jan 1, 2013
all across America, black men are regularly getting dumped by their S.O. for other races of men, and blacks know this too as they ain't getting angry for no reason. all that other races of men have to do to pull the black man's woman away is to just want to, and that usually seals the deal.

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