A Real Black Man.

Since: May 12

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#1 Feb 15, 2013
As black women/people we all know what we mean when we refer to a "Real Black man".
Who is he and what qualifies him to be regarded as that most Saintly of figures "The Real Black Man"?

I think that BW and society in general can sometimes be unappreciative of Real Black Men.

Real Black Men get thrown in with other kinds of no-good guys and judged harshly when they shouldn't be.

Real Black men are out there and they are struggling earnestly to face their destiny's and play their part in the world.

There are courageous Black men who WANT to embrace their responsibilities as men on this Earth in the ways men from other races naturally do.

I will post some vids of inspiring Black men, I hope you will post some links to BM who have inspired you.
Cystic fibrosis

Jersey City, NJ

#2 Feb 15, 2013
I don't get you. First you dog us then you praise us?
Tek

Indian Trail, NC

#3 Feb 15, 2013
You seriously need a boyfriend.

Let this lady serve as an example to all irbw's of the misery that awaits you in your old age.

Used up and never to be loved again, and with a mind that only the creator himself could love.

This miserable lonely BM obsessed irbw is the future of all ir bw.

“The Love Below”

Level 8

Since: Apr 10

ATL

#4 Feb 15, 2013
Shalimarr wrote:
As black women/people we all know what we mean when we refer to a "Real Black man".
Who is he and what qualifies him to be regarded as that most Saintly of figures "The Real Black Man"?
I think that BW and society in general can sometimes be unappreciative of Real Black Men.
Real Black Men get thrown in with other kinds of no-good guys and judged harshly when they shouldn't be.
Real Black men are out there and they are struggling earnestly to face their destiny's and play their part in the world.
There are courageous Black men who WANT to embrace their responsibilities as men on this Earth in the ways men from other races naturally do.
I will post some vids of inspiring Black men, I hope you will post some links to BM who have inspired you.
I actually agree with you.

Since: May 12

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#5 Feb 15, 2013
Cystic fibrosis wrote:
I don't get you. First you dog us then you praise us?
There is a specific type of black man who black women universally adore and respect.
Among shouts of Amen, you will often hear Black women describe him as a Real Black Man, as opposed to the Black men who BW instinctively consider to "Not be a Real Black man".

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#6 Feb 15, 2013
Tek wrote:
You seriously need a boyfriend.
Let this lady serve as an example to all irbw's of the misery that awaits you in your old age.
Used up and never to be loved again, and with a mind that only the creator himself could love.
This miserable lonely BM obsessed irbw is the future of all ir bw.
I'm in my 30s.
And I don't just date anyone who asks, just so that I will have a man to be around.
I don't want mess in my life, when I get close to someone it will be serious and not casual.

As for being BM obsessed, I just call it finally having a wider interest in black people beyond my own personal comfortable life.

Since: May 12

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#7 Feb 15, 2013
BROWNMAN20 wrote:
<quoted text>I actually agree with you.
Dr Umar Johnson.
Frank

Clarkston, MI

#8 Feb 16, 2013
Cystic fibrosis wrote:
I don't get you. First you dog us then you praise us?
As the Turkish proverb states, "Believe one in forty words that a woman says."
Frank

Clarkston, MI

#9 Feb 16, 2013
Shalimarr wrote:
As black women/people we all know what we mean when we refer to a "Real Black man".
Who is he and what qualifies him to be regarded as that most Saintly of figures "The Real Black Man"?
I think that BW and society in general can sometimes be unappreciative of Real Black Men.
Real Black Men get thrown in with other kinds of no-good guys and judged harshly when they shouldn't be.
Real Black men are out there and they are struggling earnestly to face their destiny's and play their part in the world.
There are courageous Black men who WANT to embrace their responsibilities as men on this Earth in the ways men from other races naturally do.
I will post some vids of inspiring Black men, I hope you will post some links to BM who have inspired you.
Real black women are CHASTE, LOYAL, KIND, and NEVER give their BLACK MAN ANY TROUBLE!!!!!!

If she ANGERS her black man for ANY REASON, she AIN'T NO DAMN GOOD!!!!!!

That said, I will now post a quote from the great poet who said:

"Bad women are made for BAD men and good women are made for GOOD men;

The Virgin Mary was made for Joseph the Carpenter and Bonnie Parker was made for Bonnie and Clyde,

Bad women are made for BAD men and good women are made for GOOD men;

Most times, women get the type of man they DESERVE...that's life!"
Frank

Clarkston, MI

#10 Feb 16, 2013
Duties of a Real Black Woman

"A girl, a young woman, or even an old woman should not do anything independently, even in her own house.

A woman should never be independent.

When she is a girl, she should depend on her father, when she is grown, she should depend on her husband, and when she is old, she should depend on her sons.

A woman should never be independent.

A woman should not try to separate herself from her father, her husband, or her sons, for her separation from them would make both (her own and her husband's) families contemptible.

She should always be cheerful, and clever at household affairs; she should keep her utensils well polished and not have too free a hand in spending.

When her father, or her brother with her father's permission, gives her to someone, she should obey that man while he is alive and not violate her vow to him when he is dead.

A virtuous wife should constantly serve her husband like a god, even if he behaves badly, freely indulges his lust, and is devoid of any good qualities.

Apart (from their husbands), women cannot sacrifice or undertake a vow or fast; it is because a wife obeys her husband that she is exalted in heaven.

A virtuous wife should never do anything displeasing to the husband who took her hand in marriage, when he is alive or dead, if she longs for her husband's world (after death).

When her husband is dead she may fast as much as she likes,(living) on auspicious flowers, roots, and fruits, but she should not even mention the name of another man.

She should be long-suffering until death, self-restrained, and chaste, striving (to fulfil) the unsurpassed duty of women who have one husband.

Many thousands of priests who were chaste from their youth have gone to heaven without begetting offspring to continue the family.

A virtuous wife who remains chaste when her husband has died goes to heaven just like those chaste men, even if she has no sons, but a woman who violates her vow to her dead husband because she is greedy for progeny is the object of reproach here on earth and loses the world beyond.

No (legal) progeny are begotten here by another man or in another man's wife; (in otherwords, such children are bastards)

nor is a second husband ever prescribed for virtuous women.

A woman who abandons her own poor husband and lives with a rich man becomes an object of reproach in this world; she is said to be 'previously had by another man'.

A woman who is unfaithful to her husband is an object of reproach in this world; then when she dies, she will burn forever in hell."
Frank

Clarkston, MI

#11 Feb 16, 2013
Funny how some NEGROES always talk about what makes a "real man", but they don't even know what a REAL WOMAN IS!!!!!!
Frank

Clarkston, MI

#12 Feb 16, 2013
Shalimarr wrote:
A Real Black Man
Don't you think that before trying to tell us what makes a "real black man", that you should FIRST learn what a REAL BLACK WOMAN is???

Since: May 12

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#13 Feb 16, 2013
Frank wrote:
<quoted text>Don't you think that before trying to tell us what makes a "real black man", that you should FIRST learn what a REAL BLACK WOMAN is???
Why don't you tell us what a Real Black Man is?
Frank

Clarkston, MI

#14 Feb 16, 2013
Shalimarr wrote:
<quoted text>
Why don't you tell us what a Real Black Man is?
A man who follows the Word of God.

Matthew 11:11 states that John the Baptist was the GREATEST man ever born from a woman and Job 1:1 describes Job as a "perfect" and "upright" man.

Wise men know that a man's "realness" is determined by his godliness.

The more GODLY he is...the more he is a REAL MAN!!!!
Frank

Clarkston, MI

#15 Feb 16, 2013
Take the late Reverend Martin Luther King, for example.

He was a REAL black man.

Although he wasn't PERFECT and allegedly CHEATED ON HIS WIFE, his SERVICE TO GOD qualifies him to be called a REAL MAN!!!!
Frank

Clarkston, MI

#16 Feb 16, 2013
A wise man once said, "Bad women are made for BAD men and good women are made for GOOD men."

Coretta Scott King was an example of a REAL black woman, which is why she was made for a REAL black man!

http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/nation/20...

Posted 1/31/2006 7:52 AM

'Queen of black America' Coretta Scott King dies at 78

Excerpt: "• In 1960, the Rev. King was arrested at a sit-in in Atlanta. When his wife, six months pregnant at the time, learned King was being sent to a state prison, she was disconsolate. Sen. John F. Kennedy, then running for president, called to reassure her.

Her husband wrote a letter from his cell asking her to be resolute.

"I know this whole experience is very difficult for you to adjust to, but as I said to you yesterday, this is the cross that we must bear for the freedom of our people," King wrote, according to Bearing the Cross, a 1986 Pulitzer Prize-winning civil rights history by David Garrow. King signed it: "Eternally yours, Martin."

Despite the nature of that closing, reports of the Rev. King's marital infidelities are detailed in several histories of the civil rights movement. Then-FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover, who believed King was a communist sympathizer and adulterer, routinely bugged his hotel rooms, according to Parting the Waters and Bearing the Cross.

In January 1965, the FBI sent Coretta Scott King a tape containing her husband making bawdy jokes and the sounds of people having sex, according to Bearing the Cross.

King, in talking about why she did not confront her husband when she heard the FBI's tape, said, "If I ever had any suspicions ... I never would have even mentioned them to Martin," according to Bearing the Cross. "I just wouldn't have burdened him with anything so trivial.... All that other business just didn't have a place in the very high-level relationship we enjoyed."
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They're both in heaven now, dancing and being happy FOREVER.

She was a REAL WOMAN and he was a REAL MAN!!!!!!
Frank

Clarkston, MI

#17 Feb 16, 2013
As stated in the Dhammapada:

"If a fool be associated with a wise man, even all his life, he will perceive the truth as little as a spoon perceives the taste of food; if an intelligent man spend one minute only with a wise man, he will soon perceive the truth as the tongue perceives the taste of soup."

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