Vernon J. Davis Jr.




Now I don’t want you to think that I never worshiped Jesus, but I know longer worship him, I have no religion that is made by man.  I only have one religion and it is the religion of love, yes, love, love towards my brother, love towards my sisters, love for my father, love for family, love for neighbor, but most of All LOVE FOR MOTHER, because all things within me come from her, she is truly MY CREATOR, MY DIVINE, MY WAY, MY LIGHT, MY STRENGTH, MY OVER-STANDING, IT IS HER SPIRIT THAT LIVES, MOVE AND EXIST WITHIN ME IT COMES FROM HER WHEN I WAS ONE WITH HER, I WAS WITH HER IN THE BEGINNING.  IF I AM GOING TO HAVE A GOD, THEN MY GOD WILL BE MY MOTHER AND THE WOMEN WHO IS IN HER IMAGE, FOR SHE MADE WOMB-MAN IN HER IMAGE, IN THE IMAGE OF HER SHE CREATED US MALE AND FEMALE.

And Adam said, This is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh: she shall be called Womb-man, because we that are Man have been taken out of  her Womb. .—Ge 2:23


Now therefore make confession unto the MOTHER God

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Ezr 10:11 Now therefore make confession unto the MOTHER God (the Supreme Afrikan Mother, Lucy) of your fathers, and do her pleasure: and separate yourselves from the people of the land, and from the strange wives.

Le 26:40 ¶ If they shall confess their iniquity, and the iniquity of their fathers, with their trespass which they trespassed against me, and that also they have walked contrary unto me;
Le 26:41 And that I also have walked contrary unto them, and have brought them into the land of their enemies; if then their uncircumcised hearts be humbled, and they then accept of the punishment of their iniquity:
Le 26:42 Then will I remember my covenant with Jacob, and also my covenant with Isaac, and also my covenant with Abraham will I remember; and I will remember the land.
Jos 7:19 And Joshua said unto Achan, My son, give, I pray thee, glory to the MOTHER God (the Supreme Afrikan Mother, Lucy) of Israel, and make confession unto him; and tell me now what thou hast done; hide it not from me.
Ps 32:5 I acknowledged my sin unto thee, and mine iniquity have I not hid. I said, I will confess my transgressions unto the MOTHER; and thou forgavest the iniquity of my sin. Selah.
Pr 28:13 ¶ He that covereth his sins shall not prosper: but whoso confesseth and forsaketh them shall have mercy.
Jer 3:13 Only acknowledge thine iniquity, that thou hast transgressed against the MOTHER thy God (the Supreme Afrikan Mother, Lucy), and hast scattered (separated and moved off quickly in different directions) thy ways to the strangers (other nations) under every green tree, and ye have not obeyed my (Mother Afrika’s) voice, saith the MOTHER (LUCY THE AFRIKAN MOTHER, SUPREME).

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1Jo 1:7 But if we walk in the light, as she is in the light, we have fellowship one with another, and the blood (the life-style) of Jesus Christ (Jes/Us her Children the Anointed) her Son cleanseth us (if you obey) from all sin ( immorality, impropriety; vice, evil, sin; villainy, criminality; odiousness, atrocity, egregiousness; outrage, monstrosity, obscenity, reprehensibility; formal turpitude, crime, transgression, wrongdoing, wrong, violation, offense, vice).
1Jo 1:8 ¶ If we say that we have no sin ( acted immorality, impropriety; vice, evil, sin; villainy, criminality; odiousness, atrocity, egregiousness; outrage, monstrosity, obscenity, reprehensibility; formal turpitude, crime, transgression, wrongdoing, wrong, violation, offense, towards our brothers and sisters of Afrika)., we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us.
1Jo 1:9 If we confess our sins, she is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.
Isa 1:16 ¶ Wash you, make you clean; put away the evil of your doings from before mine eyes; cease to do evil;
Isa 1:17 Learn to do well; seek judgment, relieve the oppressed, judge the fatherless, plead for the widow.
Isa 1:18 Come now, and let us reason together, saith the MOTHER: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool.
Isa 56:4 For thus saith the MOTHER unto the eunuchs that keep my sabbaths, and choose the things that please me, and take hold of my covenant;10425164_614781305325043_8530100941098965856_n
Ro 12:2 And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God (the Supreme Afrikan Mother, Lucy) (the Supreme Afrikan Mother, Lucy).
Col 1:10 That ye might walk worthy of the Lord unto all pleasing, being fruitful in every good work, and increasing in the knowledge of God (the Supreme Afrikan Mother, Lucy);
Heb 13:21 Make you perfect in every good work to do her will, working in you that which is wellpleasing in her sight, through Jesus Christ (Jes/Us her Children the Anointed); to whom be glory for ever and ever. Amen.
Ezr 9:1 ¶ Now when these things were done, the princes came to me, saying, The people of Israel, and the priests, and the Levites, have not separated themselves from the people of the lands, doing according to their abominations, even of the Canaanites, the Hittites, the Perizzites, the Jebusites, the Ammonites, the Moabites, the Egyptians, and the Amorites.
Ne 13:3 Now it came to pass, when they had heard the law, that they separated from Israel all the mixed multitude.
2Co 6:17 Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you,
De 7:3 Neither shalt thou make marriages with them; thy daughter thou shalt not give unto his son, nor his daughter shalt thou take unto thy son.10462337_10153174564048219_3011221253437508903_n
De 7:4 For they will turn away thy son from following me, that they may serve other gods: so will the anger of the MOTHER be kindled against you, and destroy thee suddenly.
1Co 2:12 Now we have received, not the spirit of the world, but the spirit which is of God (the Supreme Afrikan Mother, Lucy); that we might know the things that are freely given to us of God (the Supreme Afrikan Mother, Lucy).
1Co 2:13 Which things also we speak, not in the words which man’s wisdom teacheth, but which the Mother’s Holy Characteristic teacheth; comparing spiritual things with spiritual.
1Co 2:14 But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God (the Supreme Afrikan Mother, Lucy): for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.

NOW LET ME DEFINE HOLY SPIRIT TO YOU FIRST I WILL GIVE YOU THE DEFINITION OF HOLY: dedicated or consecrated, devoted to the service of

saintly, godly, saintlike, pious, pietistic, religious, devout, God-fearing, spiritua morally and spiritually excellent.

AND NOW SPIRIT: those qualities regarded as forming the definitive or typical elements in the character of a person, nation, or group or in the thought and attitudes of a particular period.

Eliyax X.

Message Every Black Person Needs To Hear

5 ways to start empowering the Black community, nor do you have to be Black to participate in empowering the Black community. Anyone and everyone can participate in these 5 things.

1. Stop Acquiring New Debt

Debt is a leading cause of low self-esteem and so are the reasons most people go into debt. Making poor, uninformed financial decisions has been an unfortunate cycle and a big reason Black people lack empowerment. The Black community has been conditioned to think material goods are necessary to show one has value and is important or worthy of consideration. For many years, individuals have attempted to compensate for shortcomings or low self-esteem by purchasing material goods that make them appear better than how they feel inside. This is, in large part by design, but, to an extent, it is also a choice. People should be valued regardless of the kind of car they drive, clothes they wear or phone they have. As soon as the Black community stops relying on material goods to determine and or express worth and importance, people can begin to realize that simply existing is valuable enough.

Even if this is not the reason you spend, one of the most empowering things, in general, is financial freedom. Pay off current debt, but more importantly, cut your credit cards, stop updating functional cars and taking out new loans. Before you can empower a community, you must begin empowering yourself through financial freedom. Once you are free from debt, you can start empowering yourself and others on a larger scale.

2. Support Black Owned Business

Again, economic stimulation is one of the best ways to empower any marginalized community. In your everyday life, doing this can be as simple as shopping at a Black owned business for goods and services that you already purchase from big businesses or corporations. Instead of eating at a chain restaurant, go to a local restaurant that is Black owned. Instead of buying hair care products from a chain beauty supply store or any other beauty supply in your area, be sure to purchase from a Black owned business.

In some cases, this may not be convenient. It may mean you have to drive an extra mile or two. But in the long run, it’s worth it. Recycling Black dollars and overall economic stimulation is absolutely imperative for empowerment and growth both socially and politically – for any marginalized community. The Black community is no different and is in the absolute worst position in this case. Research data shows that businesses owned by African Americans tend to have lower sales, fewer employees and smaller payrolls, lower profits, and higher closure rates than any other racial/ethnic community.

Just like a popular credit card campaign advertises Small Business Saturdays, make the decision to patron Black businesses at least once a week. And hopefully, your frequency will eventually grow. If more Black businesses are successful, more Black people will have opportunities to open their own businesses and employ other Black people and other people in their communities. More employment means less crime. More money for those businesses means updated shops and curb appeal so the communities look better. The rewards and empowerment are endless. And EVERYONE benefits. Not just Black people.

3. Wear natural hairstyles and/or encourage other females to do the same

In part, this relates to #1 because it will save tons of money and is a better financial decision than expensive hair extensions and treatments such as relaxers and perms! But this empowers in a much more important way as well.

Wearing natural hairstyles supports positive images of Black beauty. Wearing a natural hairstyle says Black women do not need to conform to European standards of beauty in order to be attractive or look good. Black is beautiful. And wearing natural hairstyles not only empowers the person wearing the hairstyle, but it empowers everyone else who sees it too. Every time a Black woman goes out in public, she shows another Black woman that having a natural hairstyle is beautiful and encourages her to love herself as she naturally is. Every time she goes out in public, she helps destroy the idea that a European standard of beauty is the only attractive standard. She’s making this statement to EVERYONE, not just Black people.

Also, maintaining a natural hairstyle is much easier these days. There is currently a natural hair movement and if you are unsure and stressed about this transition, there are tons of blogs, YouTube channels and IG accounts that will walk you through it and give you some really easy tutorials on how to look cute without sew-ins and chemicals! And if you feel like you just have to “switch it up” sometimes: compromise. Wear a natural hairstyle at least half of the time.

If your hair is not of ethnic texture or you are a male, tell a woman with a natural hairstyle she looks beautiful. Empowering can be as simple as that. Help reinforce self-esteem and positive images of beauty.

4. Stop supporting negative images of Black people

Sometimes we just want to be entertained and not worry about how that entertainment will affect a community on a larger scale. I know. But you have to stop supporting media that does not depict Black people in the most attractive ways. That means stop buying rap music that is degrading and is filled with the idea of Black males as thugs, partiers and drug dealers/users. It may have a great beat, but make the sacrifice and put it down. People can’t be empowered as long as everyone listens to others tell us all Black people are thugs and bitches and hoes and we need to pop bottles and buy Bentleys if we want to be cool. As long as we buy it, someone will keep making it and someone will keep promoting it. And while you may know the difference between fantasy and reality, not everyone does. The fact is, negative images of Black people in the media negatively affect the entire community. Again, Zimmerman and Dunn.

This may even mean you don’t buy that ticket to the new Madea movie. While Tyler Perry may be a great human being, empowering the Black community means NOT supporting media that de-masculinizes Black men by portraying them in dresses or depicts them as mere caricature comedians or anything else that does not show Black people in an elevated way. This means you don’t support Black people being portrayed as dead-beat fathers, criminals, clowns, whores, drug dealers, drug addicts, fools, etc. Then, maybe we’ll get another Cosby Show and some more shows like Grey’s Anatomy, that depict Black people as intellects, doctors, leaders, great parents and responsible adults. Because that’s what Black people are and THAT’S empowering. But as long as people support the bad stuff, we won’t get the good stuff.

5. Don’t PUBLICLY criticize the Black community unless it is absolutely necessary

Most criticism of the Black community should be in private. Are there situations where some Black people really are drug dealers or whores? Yes. Just like in any other community. The Black community has its assholes and jerks just like everyone else. But talking about how Black people need to stop killing themselves before they expect others to stop or posting Facebook statuses and Tweets to the world or your followers on Father’s Day about deadbeat dads is unnecessary and contributes to the same negative images outlined in #4. Yes, the Black community needs empowerment and is not always perfect. But what community is? And publicly calling attention to all the faults and problems that the Black community inflicts upon itself only reinforces the negative perceptions others have of Black people. The media demonizes the Black community enough. No one really needs to add any fuel to the fire. We’ve seen what happens when people respond to those ideas in the cases of George Zimmerman and Michael Dunn.

When not absolutely necessary, constructively criticize with the door closed. One can help through criticism, but no need to do it publicly. Do it in a private setting. And it should always come from a loving, empowering place. Unless it’s someone like Ward Connerly or Clarence Thomas. For cases like them, criticize, in public, as loudly as possible.

You may be thinking to yourself, I already do some of these things. Well, great. Try to do one more and/or do them more frequently. You may already do ALL of these things as frequently as you possibly can. Awesome. Send the article to someone who does not or spread the word somehow.

Often, people think of the problems that plague that Black community as so large and systemic that helping is out of their reach. Many mean well, but simply don’t know where to start. But the truth is, if everyone pitches in some effort and empowerment on a small scale, the ball will begin to role. And if you’ve ever ran out of gas in the middle of the street or seen someone who has, you know that the strength of one man got the car nowhere.

But you also know that a little bit of strength and effort from everyone who joined in after seeing one person struggle, got the car to the nearest gas station so the driver could be on his or her way. The Black community may be in the situation of a stalled mack truck, but a little bit of effort from a collective of people will certainly get it out of a ditch. No matter what race, ethnicity, creed, gender, or age you are. Join in and push.

Camiile H is a writer, editor, educator, lecturer and public speaker. She can be reached at notenoughsaid@gmail.comand followed on Twitter @_CamilleH


Bear ye one another’s burdens, and so fulfil the law of Mother Afrika.

.For every man shall bear his own burden.
For, brethren, ye have been called unto liberty; only use not liberty for an occasion to the European lifestyle, but by love serve one another.
For all the law is fulfilled in one word, even in this; Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself.
If thou see the ass of him that hateth thee lying under his burden, and wouldest forbear to help him, thou shalt surely help with him.
Is not this the fast that I have chosen? to loose the bands of wickedness, to undo the heavy burdens, and to let the oppressed go free, and that ye break every yoke?
That it might be fulfilled which was spoken by Esaias the prophet, saying, Himself took our infirmities, and bare our sicknesses.
Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls.
For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light.
We then that are strong ought to bear the infirmities of the weak, and not to please ourselves.
Now we exhort you, brethren, warn them that are unruly, comfort the feebleminded, support the weak, be patient toward all men.
Our ancestors bare our sins in their own bodies on the tree, that we, being dead to sins (the hating and misuse of one another), should live unto righteousness: by whose stripes ye were healed.
If I then, your Mother and Master, have washed your feet; ye also ought to wash one another’s feet.
For I have given you an example, that ye should do as I have done to you.
A new commandment I give unto you, That ye love one another; as I have loved you, that ye also love one another.
This is my commandment, That ye love one another, as I have loved you.
If ye fulfil the royal law according to the scripture, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself, ye do well:
Again, a new commandment I write unto you, which thing is true in him and in you: because the darkness is past, and the true light now shineth.
He that saith he is in the light, and hateth his brother, is in darkness even until now.
He that loveth his brother abideth in the light, and there is none occasion of stumbling in him.
But he that hateth his brother is in darkness, and walketh in darkness, and knoweth not whither he goeth, because that darkness hath blinded his eyes.
And this commandment have we from Mother Afrika, That he who loveth Mother Afrika love his brother also.


What is a rite of passage? Why is it Important?

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A rite of passage is a ceremony and marks the transition from one phase of life to another. Although it is often used to describe the tumultuous transition from adolescence to adulthood, it does refer to any of life’s transitions (Births and Beginnings, Initiations, Partnerings, and Endings or Death). There are many passages in our lives if we choose to mark and celebrate them.

Journeys is most concerned with initiatory rites of passage. Initiation is defined in the dictionary as, “the rites, ceremonies, ordeals or instructions with which a youth is formally invested with adult status in a community, society or sect.” We extend that definition to include rituals and ceremonies that help adults transition to new life roles along the path of adulthood – all the way into meaningful elderhood.

When we design rite of passage experiences, we work to assure that initiates come out of the experience with a new and empowering story that helps them take responsibility for the decisions that set the course of their future. We help initiates create the story of who they are and the kind of life they want to build based within the exploration of their own personal values. We also help them find the story that connects them to their community. Through this self-exploration initiates emerge with a stronger sense of personal responsibility to all aspects of their lives – stretching all the way out to the larger world of which they are a part.

In this way both the community and the initiate benefit from a rite of passage. An intentional rite of passage experience provides the space for the community to transmit its core values and confer the role responsibilities appropriate to the initiate’s stage of life, thus insuring cultural continuity, a sort of knitting together of the generations.

Confronting a Sexual Rite of Passage in Malawi

The world has many coming-of-age traditions: sweet sixteens, bar mitzvahs, quinceañeras. But in one African country, ‘initiation’  in a  Sexual Rite of Passage for girls and boys are common.

CHIRADZULU, Malawi — A slight frame gives her the appearance of a child, but the hardened look Grace Mwase wears makes her seem older than her 14 years. In many villages across Malawi, a largely agrarian sliver of a country in southern Africa, custom dictates that both boys and girls as young as eight attend a rite of passage known as “initiation,” after which they are no longer seen as children. The practice is most entrenched in the country’s south, where Mwase’s Golden Village is located.

Our young girls are age 10 when they are led, along with about a dozen other girls, to remote huts outside her village during winter vacation from school in August. The girls were accompanied by older women from their village in Chiradzulu district, near the border with Mozambique. The women, known as anamkungwi, or “key leaders,” told them that when they returned to their villages they should cook and clean—and have sex. According to Mwase, most of the two weeks she spent at the initiation camp were dedicated to learning how to engage in sexual acts. They are excited for this time with friends away from home, but that feeling quickly give way to dread as they learned the true purpose of initiation.

“They taught them only how you can handle a man,” she says, looking down at her hands. “So you should be dancing for the man. The man should be on top of you and you should be dancing for him, making him happy.”

The anamkungwi told the girls to lie on top of one another and get a feel for the various positions described to them. They then encouraged the girls to “practice” what they had learned.In fact, girls in Malawi are often told that if they don’t have sex upon concluding initiation, their skin will become dry and brittle. This will mark them for life, and they will be ostracized if they don’t complete the custom as their mothers and grandmothers did before them. These guardians often force their daughters to go through with the ritual for fear of breaking with tradition.

Initiation is a centuries-old practice in the region. In many agrarian communities. “There’s nothing like adolescence. You are either a child or an adult.” Initiation is meant to establish the gender norms that boys and girls are expected to follow as men and women. The emphasis on having sex may also have a darker purpose in a country where nearly three-fourths of the population lives below the poverty line. Chanza, who is based in Malawi, says that some parents may actually want their daughters to get pregnant at a young age. A girl is often married soon after she is found to be pregnant, deferring the cost of caring for her and her baby from her parents to her husband.

Mwase was told, “‘You are a woman enough'” by an anamkungwi in her village, and informed, “‘If you come out [of the initiation camp], you should sleep with a man to cleanse you of your childhood thing.'” Worse, Mwase says though a translator, “They said you should do your sexual cleansing but not use a condom. You should do it plain.”

Mwase sits in an uneven plastic lawn chair in an empty hall used for community gatherings as she recounts her experiences. She had walked to our meeting point in Chiradzulu district from her village to speak with foreign journalists, and agreed to discuss a topic that few women are willing to broach because we didn’t share ties to her community or culture. “You’re like a visitor so you don’t know anything,” she says. Conversing with us, in other words, isn’t as difficult as telling women in her village how she feels about a custom they might support.

Her small, sharp eyes aglow in the dimly lit room, a grain mill whirring in the background, Mwase says the anamkungwi who oversaw her initiation told her to find an older man to have sex with after she left the camp. In defiance of tradition, however, Mwase refused to do so, fearing the costs to her health from unprotected sex. Like many first-born daughters in Malawi, Mwase was raised by her grandmother. She says her grandmother, who had sent her to the camp, didn’t force her to have sex—likely because Mwase never told her about her decision not to do so. If her grandmother had learned the truth, she might have paid a man to take Mwase’s virginity. In some villages, young men hired for this task are called “hyenas,” and they occasionally have sex with many girls in a single village who have gone through initiation together.

Thera Rasing, an anthropologist who has studied girls’ initiations in Zambia,writes that the secrecy surrounding these rituals increased during the colonial era and has remained in place to keep missionaries and churches from “trying to control and christianize these rites.” Still, as abominable as such customs might seem, Rasing adds that initiations are associated with honor for many women: A woman’s capacity to elicit change, to be powerful and empowered arises from her relative success in being a proper woman. Through this she acquires the respect of her spouse and of the neighbourhood as a moral community. This is what a girl learns during her initiation into womanhood, and that she is told during her wedding ceremony.”

Young girls largely are being told to have unprotected sex. The young age at which girls become pregnant.

Female genital mutilation, which often entails the complete or partial removal of the clitoris, is not common in Malawi, though it can take place during similar rites of passage in other parts of Africa. But initiation can leave lasting trauma even without physical injury. The Malawi Human Rights Commission, a government agency, has reported that initiations impinge on girls’ rights to education, health, liberty, and dignity. The Commission further elaborates on some of these rituals, stating that girls are taught a dance known as chisamba “as a way of preparing them for their role of satisfying their husbands in bed,” and that they are made to perform this dance at the end of their initiation “bare-breasted in a very explicit manner as they are being presented to the whole community.” The study also notes, however, that initiation rites vary widely, and that in some communities girls attending initiation are advised not to have premarital sex.

For boys in Malawi, and in several other African countries, initiation sometimes involves circumcision. According to the Malawi Human Rights Commission, Malawian boys live in camps on the outskirts of villages and are occasionally forced to consume foods prepared with urine and “medicine” made with their severed foreskins. The report notes, “Once the boys undergo circumcision they are considered mature and are actually advised to have sexual intercourse with any girl as soon as they go back home.”

Here in southern Malawi, where initiations are most widespread, girls are often married off as soon as they reach puberty and literacy rates are among the lowest in the country. In the district of Mangochi, which borders the lake, 48 percent of teenagers have begun bearing children—the highest incidence in Malawi. Mwandira says it is hard to persuade local leaders here and elsewhere in the country to stop a custom that has such a long history, especially since annual initiations for boys and girls have become a kind of industry.

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“Those people who perform such tasks are paid, either in cash or kind, so it’s difficult for the whole thing to die [out],” she explains. Even “the chief gets something for allowing that initiation ceremony to take place.”

In the face of public scrutiny, those who have a vested interest in keeping the custom alive try to do so covertly. Initiation camps are held outside villages in temporary shelters built just for this purpose and then burnt to the ground once children are sent home, Mwandira says. Adults who aren’t involved in managing the camps are not permitted near them. What’s more, the girls who take part in initiations are loath to talk about them.

I spent a day in Mangochi, asking every young woman I could whether she had been initiated. Each time I got a shy smile and swift ‘no’ in response. This despite what Mwandira told me: “It’s not possible to live in Mangochi and not be initiated.”

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I will not use my precious time to slander white people. I just want to set the record straight of why black men date white women. Back in the day, one of the biggest reasons why black men dated white women was because they were considered easy. The black girls in my neighborhood were raised in the church. They were very strict about when they lost their virginity and who they lost it to. Because of our impatience to wait, brothers would look for someone who would give it up easy without too much hassle. So, they turned to the white girls. Nowadays, in my opinion, a lot of brothers date white women because they are docile and easy to control. A lot of black men, because of insecurities, fears, and overall weaknesses, have become intimidated by the strength of our black women. We are afraid that our woman will be more successful than us, make more money than us, drive nicer cars and own bigger houses.

Because of this fear, many black men look for a more docile woman. Someone we can control. I have talked to numerous black men and they continuously comment on how easy it is to control and walk over their white women. I just want to set the record straight. I want A Disgusted White Girl to know that not all successful black men date white women. Brothers like Ahmad Rashad, Denzel Washington, Michael Jordan, Morris Chestnut, Will Smith, Blair Underwood, Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds, Samuel L. Jackson, and Chris Rock all married strong black women And, to flip the script, there are numerous white men, in and out of the spot light, who openly or secretly desire black women over white women. Ted Danson, Robert DeNiro, and David Bowie to name a few. I just don’t want a disgusted white girl to be misinformed Stop thinking that because you are white that you are some type of goddess. Remember, when black Egyptian Queens like Hatsepshut and Nitorcris were ruling Dynasties and armies of men in Egypt, you were over in the caves of Europe eating raw meat and beating each other over the head with clubs.

Read your history! It was the black woman that taught you how to cook and season your food. It was the black woman that taught you how to raise your children. It was black women who were breast feeding and raising your babies during slavery. It is the black woman that had to endure watching their fathers, husbands, and children beaten, killed, and thrown in jail. Black women were born with two strikes against them: being black and being a woman. And, through all this, Still They Rise! It is because of the black women’s strength, elegance, power, love and beauty that I could> never> date anyone except my black Queen. It is not just the outer beauty that captivates and draws me to them. It is not the fact that they come in all shapes, sizes, colors and shades that I love them. Their inner beauty is what I find most appealing about black women. Their strong spirit, loving and nurturing souls, their integrity, their ability to overcome great obstacles, their willingness to stand for what they believe in, and their determination to succeed and reach their highest potential while enduring great pain and suffering is why I have fallen in love with black women. I honestly believe that your anger is geared more toward jealousy and envy more so than snotty looks. If this were not so, then why do you continuously go to tanning salons to darken your skin? If you are so proud to be white, then why don’t you just be happy with your pale skin? Why do you continue to inject your lips, hips, and breasts with unnatural and dangerous substances so you can look fuller and more voluptuous? I think that your anger is really a result of you wanting to have what the black woman has.

BOTTOM LINE: If I were looking for a docile woman, someone I can walk over and control, I would give you a call. But, unfortunately, I am looking for a Virtuous Woman. Someone that can be a good wife and mother to my children. Someone who can be my best friend and understands my struggles. I am looking for a soul mate. I am looking for a sister and; unfortunately, you do not and CANNOT fit the bill. No offense taken, none given.


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