The Attack on Black Masculinity continues……..

Time Magazine
Well look who made the cover of Time magazine. This person is “actress” Laverne Cox. Laverne is the first transgender person on the cover of Time magazine. Laverne is on the television show Orange is the New Black. A show that glorifies prison life. The title of the show alone should tell you they’re trying to insult and degrade black people. But this post is not really about that show. This post is about a pattern I keep on seeing in the media. It seems the mainstream media really wants to redefine black masculinity. They want to reshape the image of black men. That’s why you keep seeing all these “gay firsts” that just happen to be black men. This is being force fed on the black community. And I am really getting sick of it! I found this agenda a slap in the face to ALL black men! The media wants the whole world to see black men as limp-wrist sissies. A laughing stock for the whole world. I think many of these gay black men are being prompted to come out. I know there are plenty of white and Hispanic gay men in the sports and entertainment. But this onslaught of gay black men in the media is ridiculous.
Let’s take a look at what’s been going on the last few years.

Jason Collins
This is NBA player Jason Collins. He came out last year and the media went nuts over him. Everyone in the media called him a hero. Hmmm…..so sleeping with a man makes you a hero?? Utter nonsense!!

Michael Sam
Then of course we have NFL player Michael Sam.This guy is pretty much everywhere. The guy is a mediocre player at best. Heck,he was picked 294th in the NFL draft! Not exactly a superstar.lol But of course he sleeps with men so that automatically makes him a hero in the eyes of the media. Some have even called him the “Jackie Robinson of the NFL”. What the ???? What an insult to the legacy of Jackie. But just another way to connect the struggle of blacks to homosexuals. Which I have explained before that the two are NOT alike. But the media keeps on trying to equate the two. The media is controlled by demonic people!


Then we have WWE wrestler Darren Young. He announced he was a homosexual last year. Here he is having an interview with Ellen DeGenerate. Oops!! I mean Ellen DeGeneres.lol I’m sure this guy was prompted by the powers that be to come out. And I don’t think he’ll be the last. This is a pattern that will go on and on. But we have to let it be known that we don’t condone this behavior. And these men should not be looked upon as heroes in our community. Men like Malcolm X,Marcus Garvey,Patrice Lumumba,Huey Newton,Amos Wilson and Kwame Ture is who our young black men should look up to. Not a bunch of homosexuals who sold out their people to push an agenda by their oppressors. Hollywood wants men in dresses,acting feminine and playing homosexuals. And sports is now doing their part to destroy the image of a strong black man. Everyone knows that sports is a place men can display their skills,quickness and strength. It’s also very much associated with masculinity. So this is their last ditch effort to show that even though a man can look strong and tough—-he can still be a homosexual. And who better than to push this sick agenda?? The man that’s looked upon as the strongest,toughest,fastest warrior on the planet. The BLACK MAN.


Thank GOD we have warriors like Mwalimu Baruti unafraid to speak the truth. He gives me hope. And helps me to remain from going insane.

Ajua Luv

Ajua Luv

This beautiful woman is Ajua Luv. She is actually one of my favorite bloggers. She is not only beautiful but very intelligent as well. She is a very smart business woman too.
Her bio says:”I began painting at the age of 7 and continued my study of art and art history at Tufts University, Cornell University (summer program) and Parsons School of Design (continuing education). Additionally, I studied African culture at Tufts University, the School of Oriental and African Studies of the University of London, and Howard University School of Law.

My love of travel began at the age of 13 when I journeyed to Russia on the People to People Program. I then lived in Belgium for a year on a Rotary scholarship as a teenager, and in England for several years while attending the University of London and then working for the Africa Centre in Covent Garden. I have visited over 15 countries.
I am married to Omar R. Hawkins. We co-own and operate Urban Oasis Real Properties.
I write about spirituality and healing, art and design, culture and travel, and homemaking.”
Quite the resume right? Very impressive but don’t worry,she’s very down to earth. She’s a very humble woman who always has words of encouragement. Be sure to follow her blog and support this woman. She is a beautiful person inside and out.
http://ajualuv.me/2014/

Eleanor J’Adore

Eleanor J adore

This beautiful woman is Eleanor J’Adore. She knows everything there is to know about hair care. Her blog is very popular with a lot of black women. She always has great advice for her followers.
This is her bio:
“My name is Eleanor, otherwise known as Elle to close friends and family. Cape Town is where I’m from and where my heart lies, but for now I’m calling Tokyo home. Eleanorjadore is where I share my experiences living in Japan and all the things I love, from the crazy fashion and the endless summer festivals to the many challenges of being a foreigner in this country.

Which brings me to my next point: my hair. Try having super curly natural hair and attempting to maintain its health in a country with very little to no curly hair resources i.e. no curly hair products and no curly hair stylists. It’s extremely difficult. So this is also the place where I document my healthy hair journey, describing some of the tips and tricks I’ve learnt along the way.

Other than that I’m a girly girl who adores all things pretty, and I would love for you to explore the far east with me.”
She can be found on Facebook and Twitter. Be sure to check out her blog:http://eleanorjadore.wordpress.com/

Jamila

Jamila1

No this is not a supermodel.lol This is actually Jamila,a fellow blogger. She lives way out in Paris. And takes great photos of nature.She really has a great way with words. She writes some amazing poems on her blog. Many of them are very touching and really moves your spirit. It’s always nice to chat with her. This is from her bio:
“At this point in my life I am experiencing a rapid spiritual awakening that is involving a merger between my Masculine and Feminine Divine energies. These potent written words are Divine channels from Divine Source meant to aid in my awakening process. I want to share them with you in the knowing that my experience may be relatable and/or inspiring to the hearts of those that read. The words can be use to trigger, meditate upon, or simply enjoy with lightheartedness. A small gift that I am called to give in these rapid times of unfolding and beautiful evolution are these sacred words from the realms of Light. Please enjoy!”

Be sure to check out her blog. I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.
http://puritywaves.wordpress.com/page/2/

Sunny Delyte

Sunny Delyte

This is the beautiful Sunny Delyte. She’s a real cool sista with a great sense of humor. She has funny topics on her blog but also deals with serious issues too. This is from her bio:
Let me welcome and thank you for even gracing my site with your presence. Everyone calls me Sunny D.
I’m a poet/writer/blogger. I started writing in my 9th grade year of high school to help deal with anger issues. I enjoy writing or reading all kinds of different things. I write poetry mainly but writing period gives me joy.
I was told a blog would be a good thing for me to release all these crazy thoughts in my head. I mean maybe I’m not the only person that thinks like me. I love being able to express my thoughts about life issue. People say when I write poetry you can feel. Meaning you can feel my emotions in my words. I guess that’s a good thing. LOL.
I hope you can appreciate the things that I write. I look forward to your feedback. So please don’t be shy. Thank you for taking the time out to get to know a little about me.
Be sure to check out her blog: http://sunnydelyte21.wordpress.com/

African Dance by Ife Jie, this video is Amazing!

African Dance is an art form that has long represented many things to it’s people, specifically as an expression of emotion and creativity that allows Africans and members of the Afrikan Diaspora to honor and celebrate the brothers and sisters among us and our ancestors. With this video we wanted to focus on showcasing the beauty of dance and our heritage in it’s simplest form.

Artist: Ife Jie
Song: Afrikan Dance
Directed and Photographed by Artemus Jenkins