THEY DON’T SEE YOU AS WOMEN and DO NOT WANT YOU AROUND!
Courtesies, Concessions, Considerations given to other women are null and void for YOU!
lately I have been reading a lot of reports on how Black women are being denied entry to various clubs, parties and venues across the globe.
Clearly, this is racism and SEXISM rearing its ugly head, but my spidey senses are telling me that its just YET another way BW are paying the price for gladly accepting and taking on the roles of men over the years. Now in the psyche of many, we are so masculine they do not want us around in social venues and setting where men are looking for women to mingle and party with.
All that marching, fighting DA WHITE MAN for the “helpless endangered species BLACK KANG” and never raising your daughters to learn what it means to be women so that you can receive the same “courtesies, concessions, considerations” as all other women – YEAH we’re paying for that shit HEAVILY NOW.
This is also what happens when Black women refuse to acknowledge they have it a lot worse than the Black men they have been caping for all these decades. Black women are not only experiencing RACISM but we have to deal with the SEXISM that follows that. That good ole DOUBLE WHAMMY.
Instead of making sure we focus on that and stop acting as if BM are the only Black folks who are suffering under racism, we have chosen to remain silent, ignore raising generations of Black girls who relish in their femininity and womanhood, and now, men in clubs and at parties and social venues don’t want us there.
I believe deep in their psyche Black women represent masculinity. And I believe that has come from YEARS UPON YEARS of Black women not focusing on developing our womanhood and proudly and publically taking on the roles of men.
Guess who gets the shit end of the stick again? JOO GOT-TEET!
Guess who is a participant in Excluding you from these venues? JOO GOT-TEET!
For your reading DISpleasure:
But she was surprised by this: “A group of girls came up who were predominantly black and Hispanic,” she said. “He held his hand up to their faces and said, ‘No, we’re only looking for white girls.’ … He pulled a blond girl up from the bottom of the stairs — over some people — pushed her inside and said, ‘We are looking for white girls only, white girls only.’ No brothers corrected him or said anything.”
It was uncomfortable, he said, in part because that brother is African American and others working the door at the time are Portuguese and Costa Rican; he described the chapter as racially diverse. He said some in Yale’s black community have called black SAE members “Uncle Tom” on Monday, making them feel like they are being forced to choose between siding with the fraternity or others of their race.