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Why Are Some Black Men Seeing Red When Black Women Date W...

Boring.  (Jun 14, 2011 | post #2)

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Racist?! Magazine Study Claims Black Women Are “Unattract...

No. It isnt in our genes. My family is from the Carribean. Cutting sugar cane IS NOT in my genes. How could it be? Blacks have existed for thousands of years. A few hundred years in the history of a few odd million blacks in the Americas cant alter our genes you big dummy.  (May 20, 2011 | post #416)

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Racist?! Magazine Study Claims Black Women Are “Unattract...

I have never picked cotton in my life nor has ANY black woman alive today in the United States.  (May 20, 2011 | post #382)

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Curiousity: Why are black women hated by so many?

Khadijah Nassef, is that you? From Sojourners passport? You did say you were from Chicago. Dam you are one psychotic bitch.  (Apr 24, 2011 | post #111)

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Black Women Have Highest Eviction Rates!

Black women arent afraid of being alone? they raping men in the prisons. http://www.nypost. com/p/news/local/i t_sex_cells_at_rac y_rikers_YIRERnv60 4nc91QeTClQTO  (Mar 21, 2011 | post #41)

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Black Female Prison Guards Sexing Up Inmates

It's one way to meet men. The female guards working at Rikers Island are sex-starved and promiscuous with the prisoners they are there to keep in line, says a former guard. "They would do it on the midnight shift when there were not many people around," according to Yolanda Dickinson, who worked at Rikers from 1997 to 2004 and recently penned a novel called "Taboo," based on the jail's out-of-control sex scene. "They have electronic cell doors, and it's not a problem for someone to crack open the door," she added. With 3,890 female officers guarding some 12,000 men, outlaw love blossoms. "It's a soap opera," Dickinson says. Read more: http://www.nypost. com/p/news/local/i t_sex_cells_at_rac y_rikers_YIRERnv60 4nc91QeTClQTO#ixzz 1HF271Iyx  (Mar 21, 2011 | post #1)

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Sistas, education doesn't entitle you to a man.

Ok so when they talk about HIVAids in America would it be entirely suplerfluous to speak about black women? Of course not. If you talk about out of wedloc pregnancies would it be entirely superfluous to talk about black women? of course not. When we talk about gun violence it wouldnt be entirely suplerfluous to talk about black men right? See, its really only because black women are totally relavent to the topic. When you arent relavent to the topic NO ONE talks about you.  (Mar 8, 2011 | post #2572)

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Sistas, education doesn't entitle you to a man.

You arent in everyone's study. NASA aint talking about you guys. Please stop ok. I know you like the idea of everyone talking about you but they arent. Just shut up. We as black women arent that important. Thats the truth. I was invited to a forum about democracy in the middle East. I doubt black women were EVER mentioned then. The world isnt talking about you but when some media outlets do mention black women, it isnt just bashing just like when media outlets talk about black men, it isnt just racism.  (Mar 8, 2011 | post #2526)

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Sistas, education doesn't entitle you to a man.

How many people are on this message board? HOw many people are on planet earth, most of whom are either Chinese or Indian and dont speak English? Black women arent being targeted for abortion. Black women are just having too many of them. You call having a bill board taken down that speaks about the REAL LIFE number of black children being killed in abortions fighting back? How about you black women get together and fight on behalf of those babies who get vacuumed out of the wombs of thousands of black women every year. Not ready for that kind of fight are you? How about black women stick up for unborn black babies? Defend the defenseless.  (Mar 7, 2011 | post #2481)

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Sistas, education doesn't entitle you to a man.

I think Dreams may be suffering from mania. She has this inflated since of self. Its a shame really. When she says, "the world" is talking about black women, she is really just exaggerating her own importance. Women like attention. Good or bad. It feeds their sense of importance and being. I cant understand how a mother can find it so personally fulfilling to come online and indulge in a sense of persecution.  (Mar 7, 2011 | post #2477)

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Sistas, education doesn't entitle you to a man.

The world doesnt care about black women. People are indifferent at best. Its always funny how black women are only unique during the positive times but are just like any other woman during the negative times. You cant have it both ways ok. The world aint thinking about you darling. Black women should be quite happy no one is thinking about her. If they were, could you imagine what they would be saying? Not the hagiography that you are so accustomed too. Listen black men are pretty dam used to the negative press. He goes on though. Black men have been there and done that. You cant say anything new that they havent heard before. Ok?  (Mar 7, 2011 | post #2451)

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Sistas, education doesn't entitle you to a man.

Black women's thug loving follows her well into her 30s. Why is it that ALL the black women that work in correctional facilities have to be screwing the inmates?  (Mar 7, 2011 | post #2443)

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Sistas, education doesn't entitle you to a man.

First of all you histronic psycho ho. The world is NOT jumpin on black women. the world by and large doesnt give two dams about black women. Also has it every occured to you that the world is jumping on your because you have it coming? What exactly is being said that AINT TRUE?  (Mar 7, 2011 | post #2439)

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Sistas, education doesn't entitle you to a man.

I wish that crazy bitch "Sad" would leave me the hell alone with her MACEO obsession.  (Mar 7, 2011 | post #2360)

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