Black Feminist Movement

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#775 Jun 19, 2013
Enki wrote:
....while celebrating the 1st of the month with her friends eating crabs and drinking malt liquor, a happy bleary-eyed Spitfire spits out some shells,takes another swig, pats her front lace wig,locates her bleaching cream, and then looks up and says...
<quoted text>
Damn..vivid imagery brother!!!

FYI - We need to create an auxiliary police force with our own laws..perhaps inspired by sharia law....These LACE FRONT WIGS are now PROVEN to greatly increase the risk of HEAD CANCER!!!!! SMDH!!!!!!

http://rollingout.com/black-hair/lace-front-w...

What the hell? Our women hate their god given beauty so much they would risk HEAD CANCER just look somewhat like a PSEUDO WHITE WOMAN?!?!?!?!

“Sombrero Galaxy”

Level 8

Since: Jan 10

I'm An Illegal Alien

#776 Jun 20, 2013
Jamac wrote:
This movement is toxic!
It tells women that they need to be equal when in reality, men and women CANNOT be equal. They have differen roles and responsiblities in a union.
My beautiful Wife and I have been married for 5 years now (I'm 32 and she is 25). She is a tradiation woman. A beautiful Black African Queen and I treat her as such. But we both know we have our own roles in a marriage. I am expected to protect and provide for her and our child's needs. And she is expected to be a loving, nurturing mother who takes care of the home.
She is loyal, feminine, and holds to her traditional African roots. Don't get me wrong, that doesn't mean I don't do the house work, but she knows that when I come home from working a long day, she MUST have dinner ready. She was raised RIGHT by a strong African man and woman (her parents).
The young women of today in this society have no sense of traditional family values. This is why divorces are at 50%.
You sound like a sexist a-whole!
Spit-Fire

Tucker, GA

#778 Jun 20, 2013
Enki wrote:
....while celebrating the 1st of the month with her friends eating crabs and drinking malt liquor, a happy bleary-eyed Spitfire spits out some shells,takes another swig, pats her front lace wig,locates her bleaching cream, and then looks up and says...
<quoted text>
I'm sorry to disappoint, but I must inform you that I am far from the Black female stereotype.
If there is one thing I can always count on, it is a BM to insult me. Racist WM have taught you well.

“Creole Coated!”

Level 6

Since: Jan 11

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#779 Jun 20, 2013
Spit-Fire wrote:
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No BW I know or have ever met in my entire life, whether feminist or not, wants to be white.
As a matter if fact, many BW are really feeling themselved these days...as much as some may hate it..lolol
cosign....Modern BW are coming more into the fullest of being a Black woman..separate from anyone else..and defined by us..outside of definitions heaped upon us...it feels liberating :)

“Creole Coated!”

Level 6

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#780 Jun 20, 2013
IT IS I wrote:
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That is exactly what a stereotype is silly........even when you don't fit the stereotype, it is still applied to you because you are a part of the group that the stereotype has been assigned to.
^5
There are plenty of people who don't fit (good or bad) stereotypes..and yet they benefit or not..simply because of people's perceptions..
Enki

United States

#781 Jun 20, 2013
Spit-Fire wrote:
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I'm sorry to disappoint, but I must inform you that I am far from the Black female stereotype.
If there is one thing I can always count on, it is a BM to insult me. Racist WM have taught you well.
....says a sad and forlorn Spitfire when one of her justifiably concerned baby's fathers questions her maternal skills...

“Creole Coated!”

Level 6

Since: Jan 11

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#782 Jun 20, 2013
berriesgalore wrote:
Also, women can quit their paranoia about their man. Chances are lots of us don't want him and you are reading way too much in to the situation. Nothing wrong with awareness of how low humans can go to achieve their goals, but paranoia has never stopped any man from doing what the f ck he wants to do. Don't compound your problems by acting loony.
Nothing cute about a bulldog...smooth acting aware women around their man with other women, can not be touched. Women up to no good will screw the bulldogs man every chance they get if he lets em.
Men are predators (obviously a trait found among women to a degree as well)..has nothing to do with being paranoid of other women or a bulldog or a confident woman... both men and women have to have self-control and respect boundaries for the bigger picture..establishing genuine friendship, relationships, families, and stable communites..
Enki

United States

#783 Jun 20, 2013
....her colleagues clearly embarrassed,a chatty bit too enthusiastic ProudSis dimissively waves them off and continues her address to the N.B.W.A.(Negro Bed Wenches of America) saying.....
Proud Sis wrote:
<quoted text>Men are predators (obviously a trait found among women to a degree as well)..has nothing to do with being paranoid of other women or a bulldog or a confident woman... both men and women have to have self-control and respect boundaries for the bigger picture..establishing genuine friendship, relationships, families, and stable communites..

“dreams”

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Since: Jun 13

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#784 Jun 20, 2013
Proud Sis wrote:
<quoted text>Men are predators (obviously a trait found among women to a degree as well)..has nothing to do with being paranoid of other women or a bulldog or a confident woman... both men and women have to have self-control and respect boundaries for the bigger picture..establishing genuine friendship, relationships, families, and stable communites..
If you know men are natural predators, why become a bulldog over them? Rules dictate, in that instance, he's going to do what he wants to do. We can't control the will of others. Having been a former bulldog, I've grown to a new level of understanding and realize I wasn't cute at all but rather annoying (and of course paranoid).

Also, if you are going to hold someone's feet to the fire of your expectations in regards to your partner. Make sure they know who the person is (as I surely did not) and ensure, given their history with you and what you've observed that the way you are reading the situation matches what you've known and seen from them. Seek understanding before you make a fool of yourself.

And if you admit there is a bigger picture, why allow your relationship to dictate your commitment to that bigger picture? Some things are better left unsaid and rather observed in order to keep the whole "thing" together.

And although the community we each belong has an obligation to establish rules and boundaries for the good of the community, the ultimate commitment is with the person you are sharing your life with. They are the ones ultimately responsible for adhering to whatever boundaries and respect you have in that relationship..not the community. That's called fortification and no man or woman can tear that down.

The communities job isn't to treat you with kid gloves for fear of offending the list of boundaries you have which are majority external in nature in regards to your internal, personal and intimate relationship. Imo, life doesn't work like that.

“Creole Coated!”

Level 6

Since: Jan 11

Location hidden

#785 Jun 20, 2013
berriesgalore wrote:
<quoted text>
If you know men are natural predators, why become a bulldog over them?
I'm not personally..I'm single/solo and completely "opt-out"..I live that to the better women..
berriesgalore wrote:
Rules dictate, in that instance, he's going to do what he wants to do. We can't control the will of others. Having been a former bulldog, I've grown to a new level of understanding and realize I wasn't cute at all but rather annoying (and of course paranoid).
This isn't personal..and it has nothing to do with men directly..it has to do with women to women..and friendship..men come and go..but how many genuine friendship can BW build with each other?
berriesgalore wrote:
Also, if you are going to hold someone's feet to the fire of your expectations in regards to your partner. Make sure they know who the person is (as I surely did not) and ensure, given their history with you and what you've observed that the way you are reading the situation matches what you've known and seen from them. Seek understanding before you make a fool of yourself.
You're assuming wrong..I have no connection to the man you think you and I are having an issue with.. I belong to no man and no man belong to me..
berriesgalore wrote:
And if you admit there is a bigger picture, why allow your relationship to dictate your commitment to that bigger picture? Some things are better left unsaid and rather observed in order to keep the whole "thing" together.
I have no relationship..
You misunderstood the whole thing..and interesting enough..there had to be some assumed knowledge for you to think I did have one with someone..My whole frustration of competitiveness among BW..not even personal since I'm single and it will remain that way..it was about something else I observe on here..and it had to deal with an IRBW and youtube...just saying..regardless of what move BW make..if BW do not respect the boundaries and happiness of another BW/IRBW..the results will be the same.
berriesgalore wrote:
And although the community we each belong has an obligation to establish rules and boundaries for the good of the community, the ultimate commitment is with the person you are sharing your life with. They are the ones ultimately responsible for adhering to whatever boundaries and respect you have in that relationship..not the community. That's called fortification and no man or woman can tear that down.
Boundaries extend passed an "intimate" male/female relationship..it has to do with friendship and just general human respect..With seven billion people on the planet..many to most single..people will set out to destroy a marriage/family..of course it cannot do done with a strong bond, but the point is having some honor and character about yourself to not even try..
berriesgalore wrote:
The communities job isn't to treat you with kid gloves for fear of offending the list of boundaries you have which are majority external in nature in regards to your internal, personal and intimate relationship. Imo, life doesn't work like that.
It's about having a moral code not responsibility..you either have it or you don't.

“Creole Coated!”

Level 6

Since: Jan 11

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#786 Jun 20, 2013
Enki wrote:
....her colleagues clearly embarrassed,a chatty bit too enthusiastic ProudSis dimissively waves them off and continues her address to the N.B.W.A.(Negro Bed Wenches of America) saying.....
<quoted text>
Don't instagate :)

“Creole Coated!”

Level 6

Since: Jan 11

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#787 Jun 20, 2013
*It's not personal..I'm single/solo and completely "opt-out"..I leave that to the better women..
Spit-Fire

Tucker, GA

#788 Jun 20, 2013
Enki wrote:
<quoted text>
....says a sad and forlorn Spitfire when one of her justifiably concerned baby's fathers questions her maternal skills...
Take care.
London

Columbus, OH

#789 Jun 20, 2013
Proud Sis wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm not personally..I'm single/solo and completely "opt-out"..I live that to the better women..
<quoted text>
Received a message which seemed to go along with your sudden agitation.
Proud Sis wrote:
<quoted text>
This isn't personal..and it has nothing to do with men directly..it has to do with women to women..and friendship..men come and go..but how many genuine friendship can BW build with each other?
<quoted text>
I have a few genuine friendships with other bw.
Proud Sis wrote:
<quoted text>
You're assuming wrong..I have no connection to the man you think you and I are having an issue with.. I belong to no man and no man belong to me..
<quoted text>
Received a message from this person which coincided with your agitation. If I'm wrong, my apologies.
Proud Sis wrote:
<quoted text>
I have no relationship..
Does he know this?
Proud Sis wrote:
<quoted text>
You misunderstood the whole thing..and interesting enough..there had to be some assumed knowledge for you to think I did have one with someone..
Nothing assumed at all. Had to piece it together..re-read a post along with the message I received and it of course made sense after that.
Proud Sis wrote:
<quoted text>

My whole frustration of competitiveness among BW..not even personal since I'm single and it will remain that way..it was about something else I observe on here..and it had to deal with an IRBW and youtube...just saying..regardless of what move BW make..if BW do not respect the boundaries and happiness of another BW/IRBW..the results will be the same.
<quoted text>
I don't believe this to be the root of the problem. Obviously, you feel differently. We will have to agree to disagree.
Proud Sis wrote:
<quoted text>
Boundaries extend passed an "intimate" male/female relationship..it has to do with friendship and just general human respect..With seven billion people on the planet..many to most single..people will set out to destroy a marriage/family..of course it cannot do done with a strong bond, but the point is having some honor and character about yourself to not even try..
<quoted text>
True. But even the bible addresses those who are cold at heart. Those people are here, they exist. So therefore, I can't lay my troubles on the shoulders of others. If I'm in a relationship, which is personal and intimate by nature, my energies must be spent on establishing a bond with that person and keeping us connected to each other. This doesn't solve all problems but it solves over 90% of them when speaking of how others set out to destroy love and unions.
Proud Sis wrote:
<quoted text>

It's about having a moral code not responsibility..you either have it or you don't.
My point exactly. Everyone isn't going to have the same moral code. Everyone doesn't view life the same. Some people are 1000% selfish in nature. It is intertwined and genetically encoded in to their being. So you are basically looking to these people (who you've said already don't respect other peoples love) to do anything different??? From my experience, time is better spent in sorting...keeping a certain type out of circle of friends and certainly keeping this type away from your bed. Becoming a bulldog isn't the answer. It doesn't work. Women are bulldogs when they know what type of man they have..they have no faith in him and certainly not themselves..so instead of solving the problem by focusing inward, they extend their problems outward. And of course nothing gets solved that way.

But regardless, hopefully this is a dead issue with you and I.
London

Columbus, OH

#790 Jun 20, 2013
CORRECTIONS***

My point exactly. Everyone isn't going to have the same moral code. Everyone doesn't view life the same. Some people are 1000% selfish in nature. It is intertwined and genetically encoded in to their being. You are basically looking to these people (who you've said already don't respect other peoples love) to do something different???

From my experience, time is better spent in sorting out your circle...keep those types as far away as possible and certainly keep this type away from your bed. Becoming a bulldog isn't the answer. It doesn't work. Women are bulldogs when they know what type of man they have and the conclusion isn't good for them. Consequently, it proves they have no faith in him and certainly not in themselves. They resolve this by seeking outside resolution, instead of focusing inward. And of course nothing gets solved that way.

But regardless, hopefully this is a dead issue with you and I.
Enki

United States

#791 Jun 20, 2013
...though painfully evident that her finance just wants a quiet romantic dinner, an inconsiderate Berrie continues to rattle on with this just before her frustrated fiance shakes his head and impatiently waves his hand for the check....
berriesgalore wrote:
<quoted text>
If you know men are natural predators, why become a bulldog over them? Rules dictate, in that instance, he's going to do what he wants to do. We can't control the will of others. Having been a former bulldog, I've grown to a new level of understanding and realize I wasn't cute at all but rather annoying (and of course paranoid).
Also, if you are going to hold someone's feet to the fire of your expectations in regards to your partner. Make sure they know who the person is (as I surely did not) and ensure, given their history with you and what you've observed that the way you are reading the situation matches what you've known and seen from them. Seek understanding before you make a fool of yourself.
And if you admit there is a bigger picture, why allow your relationship to dictate your commitment to that bigger picture? Some things are better left unsaid and rather observed in order to keep the whole "thing" together.
And although the community we each belong has an obligation to establish rules and boundaries for the good of the community, the ultimate commitment is with the person you are sharing your life with. They are the ones ultimately responsible for adhering to whatever boundaries and respect you have in that relationship..not the community. That's called fortification and no man or woman can tear that down.
The communities job isn't to treat you with kid gloves for fear of offending the list of boundaries you have which are majority external in nature in regards to your internal, personal and intimate relationship. Imo, life doesn't work like that.

“Creole Coated!”

Level 6

Since: Jan 11

Location hidden

#792 Jun 20, 2013
London wrote:
<quoted text> Received a message which seemed to go along with your sudden agitation.
I don't know what you're talking about.
London wrote:
<quoted text> I have a few genuine friendships with other bw.
My statement isn't personal..it's a general one.
London wrote:
<quoted text> Received a message from this person which coincided with your agitation. If I'm wrong, my apologies.
so the person sent you a private message?
and we're good :)
London wrote:
<quoted text> Does he know this?
know what?
London wrote:
<quoted text> Nothing assumed at all. Had to piece it together..re-read a post along with the message I received and it of course made sense after that.
I had no knowledge of you receiving a message or what the message was...but interesting enough..
London wrote:
<quoted text> I don't believe this to be the root of the problem. Obviously, you feel differently. We will have to agree to disagree.
ok
London wrote:
<quoted text> True. But even the bible addresses those who are cold at heart. Those people are here, they exist. So therefore, I can't lay my troubles on the shoulders of others. If I'm in a relationship, which is personal and intimate by nature, my energies must be spent on establishing a bond with that person and keeping us connected to each other. This doesn't solve all problems but it solves over 90% of them when speaking of how others set out to destroy love and unions.
<quoted text> My point exactly. Everyone isn't going to have the same moral code. Everyone doesn't view life the same. Some people are 1000% selfish in nature. It is intertwined and genetically encoded in to their being. So you are basically looking to these people (who you've said already don't respect other peoples love) to do anything different??? From my experience, time is better spent in sorting...keeping a certain type out of circle of friends and certainly keeping this type away from your bed. Becoming a bulldog isn't the answer. It doesn't work. Women are bulldogs when they know what type of man they have..they have no faith in him and certainly not themselves..so instead of solving the problem by focusing inward, they extend their problems outward. And of course nothing gets solved that way.
But regardless, hopefully this is a dead issue with you and I.
It has always been a dead issue between you and I..you have been mislead by the message you received..because once again I'm single and "out out"..meaning that status will forever remain..I have no man to have any personal invested interest..so you thinking I'm playing bulldog isn't accurate..my posts are in general for the topic of community building..on a personal note..I'm well content with my circle.

“Creole Coated!”

Level 6

Since: Jan 11

Location hidden

#793 Jun 20, 2013
opt-out

“Black Luv or Bust!”

Level 7

Since: Jul 11

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#794 Jun 20, 2013
Mint cookies wrote:
<quoted text>stfu sum of us dont want to be a slave to men...we did that already with wm...ww went through servitude with wm...and we sure in hell dont want to do tht wity your black azzez
So don't be a slave to a man...who asked you to?

Again...here you are...rushing into the thread...one hand on hip,neck rolling,foot stomping and the other hand brandishing a smoking gun!

As I've stated...my wife is noone's slave or doormat...she's an attractive woman that turns many heads,a highly intelligent,well educated,cultured,gainfully employed,well to do bw!

If she decided to up and leave...it would be her choice...of course I'd talk to her...but what if she really wanted to leave...what would I do...hold her in captivity like the guy in Ohio...no thanks!

Again...your whole attitude/perspective is based solely on your own personal issues...and that alone...are you completely incapable of visualizing a strong,loving,caring,sharing,s upportive and protective mutually satisfying relationship with a man?

or is the real issue...one of Lesbianism...if so...what do your sexual-emotional preferences,choices and desires have to do with men...black,white or other!

The whole bw have been oppressed...all bm want to do is hold us down mentality is again...the product of a lesbian...anti male...pre loaded agenda!

CONTRARY TO WHAT YOU MIGHT WANT TO BELIEVE...ALL MEN DO NOT WISH TO DOMINATE AND CONTROL THEIR WOMEN...I'M NOT WIRED THAT WAY....AND PERSONALLY FIND THE WHOLE IDEA NAUSEATING...IT'S NOT SOMETHING THAT APPEALS TO ME IN THE LEAST (NOW ROLE PLAYING SEXUALLY...TO BE HONEST...I'M SOMEWHAT OPEN...BUT THE WHOLE MASTER THING...NAHHH NOT ME!)I SIMPLY DO NOT GET OFF ON IT...

I'M MUCH MORE TURNED ON BY THE IDEA OF A WOMAN BEING WITH ME...AND GIVING ME ALL OF HERSELF BY CHOICE...BECAUSE I INTEREST HER...SOCIALLY,PHYSICALLY,INTE LLECTUALLY AND ON THE MOST INTIMATE LEVEL!

CAN YOU COMPREHEND SUCH A THING?

“Sexy emo chick :)”

Level 3

Since: Apr 13

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#795 Jun 20, 2013
Blah blah blah!!!! Nuthin but bullshyt..let her stay married to your azz..no one is trying to break u up...like i said a married woman is a slave to her man..if she wants to be a slave again she can..fine by me just dont push your pro straight marriage..cuz i dont wanna hear it.

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