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But I thought in my head, "At least black women black men. He said, "Courtney, I see you struggle with your hair, and I think it would be nice if he had my curly hair. Most of my friends are educated --more educated than their significant others -- and grew up in families from middle- to upper-class backgrounds. "Black women are unattractive." I'm going to leave out Beyoncé and Rihanna, because duh.
there has been nothing but drama and sh*t starting for no reason just because we are an interracial relationship.
Unlike those who won’t admit that black people of a lighter hue benefit from light skinned privilege, I will.
Light skinned Blacks who do not acknowledge it are doing what racists White people do when they claim that we are all treated the same, that racism no longer exists or that they don’t see color. Dark skinned blacks not only have to deal with racism but intraracism.
Even published an article about black women being unattractive. They want a baby with "light skin or light eyes and good hair." IF.
(It's since been taken down.) Black men, your mom is black.
However, light skin Blacks and dark skin Blacks experiences with racism are entirely different.
Light skin privilege is real, and I have studies to prove it.Any question about human behavior that infers a behavior for an entire group is always wrong.Any question about human behavior that infers a behavior for an entire group is always the interracial thing as much as it is just the cultural differences between black women and black men. The white men I know who marry black women do so because they don't give a crap about race. And, most importantly, why are our own men making us feel this way?Colorism:”is a practice of discrimination by which those with lighter skin are treated more favorably than those with darker skin.The Spike Lee film “School Daze” is an exploration of colorism.” ~ I just read a post by a light skinned Black author who summed up her article by saying, after all, we are all Black. It’s pretty convenient to say when you want a kumbaya moment.