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To all Black women out there, during your formative years in junior high & high school which
group of Black girls treated you the worst-the light-skinned or the dark-skinned? How did you identify yourself, light-skinned or dark-skinned? BTW, I am a Black woman of the darker variety. Last night & this morning, I was watching Bill Duke's documentaries on colorism. DARK GIRLS on my dvd player & LIGHT GIRLS on youtube. The first one details how dark skinned Black women are disparaged by their own, viewed as the lesser in many cases. The second one details how light skinned Black women are simultaneously deified & demonized by other Blacks.
Sorry to barge in, as I am not a black woman. I am a white male, very much ashamed of our country's history of racism. But I had no idea there was racism within your cultural group. My eyes have been opened. What a shame. My trust in the human race has suffered another blow.
There's also colorism in whites, Asians & other groups as well. These things aren't usually talked about so little to no progress has been made but it's been going on for well over a century.
That looks like a scene from the old 21 Jump Street TV show.
by Grace Marguerite Williams18 months ago
In American society, darker skinned Black women tend to be viewed and considered to be less attractive than the Europid beauty idea which is propogated. Dark skinned Black women in the society are "the...
by Grace Marguerite Williams4 years ago
What causes so many dark-skinned Black women to be deemed negatively in both Black andnon-Black American society?Dark-skinned Black women are oftentimes regarded as THE OTHER. She is considered diametrical...
by ngureco7 months ago
I think everyone has there own preferences, You would think people prefer dark skin that's why they are out in the sun and at the tanning beds Always striving to look better, but not striving to be better people.
by Bellz239 months ago
Why do some dark skinned men only date light skin women?I'm a young lady and I consider my self brown skinned, but in the winters I get very light. I always find it intriguing when I'm approached by a dark skinned male...
by Stacie L6 years ago
Author says black women are fat 'because we want to be'4 hrs agoFile photo of writer Alice Randall (Â© Josh Anderson/The New York Times/Redux)Four out of five black women in the U.S. are overweight -- and it's...
by democrate19902 years ago
Black women are known to have more of a curvy body than non-african americans. Do you think...african american women can hold up more weight and look good more than any other race?
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