Why are black women hated?
I wanna say 1st off sorry for another question about rascism.But, I was just glancing at some of the questions on here and was very saddened and hurt.You see, I am a 20year old black woman thats educated,pretty I have been told, and doesnt judge people unless I know them.I just dont understand why black women are so hated.People think that we dont know that in the eyes of the American world, we are not attractive?Of course we do. We are reminded everyday.And then, reading this there is so many generalizations about how we are ugly,loud,ghetto,and unfeminine.I know so many black women that carry themselves with respect and are not like this.Yes,there are exceptions to this rule.But that is with all people,not one people is all the same.Just like no one person is the same.Well,I just wanted to say that when you write these things,think about the people you might be hurting.Because black women will never have what other races of women have in this world. So, I just pray for all sisters.
thanks for the answers.You have given me alot of insight.I appreciate it = )
4 years ago
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