How people feel about interacial dating
Yeah, and it's funny because those kinda jokes, they have a lot of weight to them. Rather, black women are Highlighting that they're hurt sometimes by how we're treated in addition to seeing people who look like us not loving us especially people who look like us in positions of power.
They're was a photo that came out of like All the super star black men at the Met Gala and people notice how a lot of their wives don't look like dark skinned women or look like themselves.
We still got a lot of comments on our social pages about the story.
So while we cannot verify whether the Tweets were actually sent by Woody himself.
And I think there are folks like Sonja Renee Taylor who talks about the body not being an apology, who are uplifting All people but especially black women to say you know what, regardless of what society is telling you or regardless of how they are treating you, you yourself are valuable. Comments though don't necessarily come out with them being like! It's always [LAUGH], I have a preference in black women all the way.
So I'd rather have that conversation instead of a double standard or being upset because I know for me I'm not upset you're dating a non black woman I just wish you didn't say in the long run my life wasn't valuable. [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO] Feminist and co host of the Black Joy Mixtape, Amber J. I think they still get people write that because there is never like this.
I think instead of him trying to say these aren't true. He should have just jumped right on and been like, listen, this is not true. But yeah, being quite is just kinda letting social media and all of us to kinda get to kinda come to our own conclusions.
It's an opportunity for him to say how much he does value and love and respect black women to not pollinate Parker where you see someone For months go without saying I'm sorry. And given the history of celebs and white women, we're just going down a very familiar path. But with that said, do you think people get as upset when black men date latina women or asian women?
But these kind of things are why today we're celebrating Sandra Bland's birthday without her.
Right, our perception of black women or them not being worthy of our love let alone our political attention or media is why we can have this black woman who is not here on her birthday because the state also saw her as less than valuable, right? But also we have to understand that there's consequences to the things we say in our preferences, right? In fact, Jill Scott once wrote a piece for Essence called Called the wince, where she admitted that she cringes when she sees black men dating interracially, but not black women. I don't even know if it's so much of a double standard.
[BLANK_AUDIO] Feminist and co host of the Black Joy Mixtape, Amber J. I think they still get people write that because there is never like this.