Hatred for Dark Skinned Women(Darker the Berry)


The image of the black woman is under serious attack. It has always been that way for African people. Under the system of white supremacy all things black and African looking must be degraded and made to look “less than”. It has been this way for us since we have been in contact with Europeans. The image of black men is horrible as well. Black men are seen as lazy,pimps,drug dealers and dead beat dads. And the media helps to perpetuate these negative images. For black women in many ways it’s worse. Of course all things are usually worse for women in a male dominated society. But for women their value usually is assigned to their beauty. Of course this is no fault of their own.  But I don’t believe that the true worth of a woman is her physical attributes.  There are many other qualities that give a woman her worth other than a pretty face or nice body.  In this white dominated culture white women are seen as the prettiest. If a white woman has blonde hair and blue eyes she is seen as the romantic(Roman=European) ideal.


There is  extreme color stratification in America and abroad.  Since white supremacy is global,many other races are brainwashed into believing that anyone with light skin is better than anyone dark skin. This is why many Hispanics and Asians worship light skin people in their race. Skin bleaching is very popular in places Asian and Latin countries. The bleaching cream is flying off the shelves. Everyone is in a quest to get as light as they can be.


Which is why this woman(above pic) would do this to herself. She was already a beautiful women before. Why destroy such beautiful melanin-rich skin?  It’s because we live in a world that devalues dark skin and especially dark skinned women. There are many beautiful dark skinned women I’ve met throughout my life. But in the media their beauty is not recognized by this racist society.  Hollywood would rather uplift the beauty of light skinned Hispanics or Asian women over black women. Many dark skinned women feel as though they are not properly represented… and they’re  right.  The African woman was the standard of beauty for thousands of years.  It’s only under this current racist system  that things are different. No other race of women came close. This is why the media must perpetuate the lie that white women are supreme. Black women have the better body by a mile. Who else comes close? Many Puerto Rican,Cuban and Colombian women have nice bodies but they get it from the African woman anyway. Asian woman are no comparison either. Many Asian women are shaped like little teenage boys. And white women have no hips,thighs or butt. And the black woman ages better than all of them put together. What about hair? Our hair is the hair of the original people of this planet.  Our hair curls and rises up to the Sun.  Hair is not supposed to lay flat and lifeless. We have hair…everyone else has fur. So black women hold your head up high.  Don’t let them shame you about wearing weaves or saying it’s nappy. Non-black women always talk about black women’s hair because the black woman has them beat in ALL categories. I’ve covered the beauty of our hair in a past post. In the video below Rashida Strober explains her insecurities she’s had being dark skinned.  And how she copes with colorstruck black men.  She doesn’t hold back and never bites her tongue! She cuts right to the chase.


I’ve also noticed that the darker the woman is the better she ages. That deep dark chocolate melanin is so beautiful and powerful.  This is why all these albino mutants hate on the black woman.  They want to degrade her and call her ugly and nappy-headed.  When in reality they know it’s all lies and they’re really jealous.  In this racist system they must lie to us and insult the Black Queen and uplift the white whore. This is why the media is always giving airtime to Kim Kardashian and Iggy Azalea. These are talentless white tramps but they get a pass because they have sex with black men.  They get no pass from me.  And black men need to wake up and stop giving these tramps props.  They are nothing but imitation black women.  And these biracial woman are also being used as the “ideal black woman”.  These white media puts way too many biracial/mixed women in commercials,sitcoms and films. I can count on one hand how many black women who are not biracial that appear on a sitcom or drama.  This is all done to keep the dark skinned black woman invisible.  They put white,Mexican,Indian,Puerto Rican,Asian women…all ahead of the dark skinned African looking woman. And this is why you have these sellout black entertainers who run out and marry some non-black woman so much.  They want to be given props for having a beautiful woman that society will accept.  That’s why you can tell a lot about a man by who he chooses to marry. And the African woman is considered the ugliest and most unattractive woman in the world. And this is the way the white racists want things to be.  But I reject all their lies.  The dark skinned black woman must be respected and uplifted.  And black men need to set the standard and stop following the standards of other races.  If your standard of beauty is the same as a white man…how are you any different than him?  The dark skinned woman is the mother to us all. That’s a fact. Whether you like it or not.  The dark skinned woman reminds them of Mother Africa.  Which we have been taught to hate therefore her presence offends  the brainwashed.   We don’t want to be reminded of where we come from. And no one respects a race of people who disrespects their mother. So you look like a fool calling a dark skinned woman tar baby,blackie,dark as night,nappy headed hoe,pitch black and ugly.  She is a reflection of you.  So when you diss her…..you’re dissing yourself. Keep your head up sistas!

36 thoughts on “Hatred for Dark Skinned Women(Darker the Berry)

    • Thanks Marquita! Yes I agree with you. This hatred for dark skin must be addressed. A lot of sistas feel disrespected just because of their skin tone. We learn to hate ourselves in this racist society. The system of white supremacy teaches you that all things that are black are devalued. That’s why I felt this post needed to be done.

  1. I feel you brother on this topic. I also think that the black women needs to start being represented more and in a better light. We as brothers need to compliment them more, make sure when they hit the streets its with their heads held high and dignity in place. We need to stop disrespecting our own to make ourselves feel better.
    Women also need to help enforce this, stop allowing yourself to be treated less than what you are worth. If you allow your man to address you out of your name that is how the world will address you. Stop allowing the block idiot to be the first one interviewed on TV.

    • Thanks MercXue. That’s why I felt this post was important. Many dark skinned sistas think they are unattractive because of the lies from the media. We as black men should be there to uplift our women and compliment. I’ve complimented some black women and some of them give me a shocked look. It even happens when I hold a door open for a black woman. I think they are surprised because it doesn’t happen often enough. But I see your point. When you know your worth you can’t let someone treat you any kind of way. I feel what you’re saying about that.

  2. “And the African woman is considered the ugliest and most unattractive woman in the world. ”

    They might consider us “BEAUTIFUL BLACK AFRICAN WOMEN” the most unattractive women but we are constantly on their minds. Lets be real, black women are the measuring stick to everything they love to compare us too other races of women. For us to be so inferior science is still studying & trying to figure us out.

    The “BLACK AFRICAN WOMAN” is the only race of women that is different from the other races period. These non black women come from the same primate family tree but are different breeds. Here’s examples of different primates Daubentoniidae, Tarsiidae, Lemuridae, Lorisidae, Cebidae, Callitrichidae, Atelidae, Cercopithecidae, Hylobatidae, &Hominidae. I have came across many dark skinned beautiful sisters that feel they are unattractive. Gabrielle Union is a beautiful sista that has age gracefully had insecurities for being dark skinned.

    I’m so sick of our people loving biracial children more then the full black child. On top of that when black women see black men putting other races of women on a pedestal that speak volume. If your on race of men don’t consider you attractive that’s a painful feeling that will bring yourself esteem down. We always talk about the self hate that black women go through from bleaching their skin to perming there hair but never mention the self hate black men share. One thing for sure the dark skinned black men show their self hate by the selection of women they choose. These men don’t bleach skin or perm hair but there self hate shows by the women they date.

    The media is a powerful tool that can destroy someone’s mind. I’m so tired of black males celebrities confessing their love for biracial or non black women that don’t even look like women from their on race. Every song on the radio constantly telling the (light skinned or biracial women) aka yella or redbone how beautiful you are.

  3. Rick James feat Smokey Robinson – Ebony Eyes
    Even though Rick James mostly messed with white women but the lyrics to the song are beautiful tribute to a black woman. I always like the song until I actual took the time to read the lyrics to the song as I got older to understand. These are my favorite lyrics to this song.

    Love is the brown skin girl in my eyes
    Think it’s time that I told you, don’t you realize
    You’re such a queen, woman, you’re such a prize
    And I want you to know that, you know what, girl
    I love you

    • Rick James has the quintessential “bifurcated personality” which affects most Afrikans living in white-dominated terrorist societies. What I mean is, although he was socialized knowing he was a Black male, the desires and goals he wanted to achieve were defined by whites. This compels him to pursue trinkets and baubles that white society holds out like carrots/karats on a stick as he works like a mule giving over all of his talents and resources to the mule driver (yurugu). This is one reason why he could write a song like this but devote his sexual life to pursuing white women, white drugs, and mulattoes. Unless and until Afrikans are the creators of our own personalities, we will see an endless stream of people like him. (e.g. Kanye West, Lamar Odom, Kobe Bryant, Michael Jordan, kwk.)

      Consider the following dialogue between Tweedledum, Tweedledee, and Alice in a passage from “Through the Looking-Glass”…
      `He’s dreaming now,’ said Tweedledee: `and what do you think he’s dreaming about?’

      Alice said `Nobody can guess that.’

      `Why, about YOU!’ Tweedledee exclaimed, clapping his hands triumphantly. `And if he left off dreaming about you, where do you suppose you’d be?’

      `Where I am now, of course,’ said Alice.

      `Not you!’ Tweedledee retorted contemptuously. `You’d be nowhere. Why, you’re only a sort of thing in his dream!’

      `If that there King was to wake,’ added Tweedledum, `you’d go out — bang! — just like a candle!’

      `I shouldn’t!’ Alice exclaimed indignantly. `Besides, if I’M only a sort of thing in his dream, what are YOU, I should like to know?’

      `Ditto’ said Tweedledum.

      `Ditto, ditto’ cried Tweedledee.

      He shouted this so loud that Alice couldn’t help saying, `Hush!

      You’ll be waking him, I’m afraid, if you make so much noise.’

      `Well, it’s no use YOUR talking about waking him,’ said Tweedledum, `when you’re only one of the things in his dream. You know very well you’re not real.’

      `I AM real!’ said Alice and began to cry.

      `You won’t make yourself a bit realler by crying,’ Tweedledee remarked: `there’s nothing to cry about.’

      `If I wasn’t real,’ Alice said — half-laughing though her tears, it all seemed so ridiculous — `I shouldn’t be able to cry.’

      `I hope you don’t suppose those are real tears?’ Tweedledum interrupted in a tone of great contempt.”
      Afrikan men are the Red King, soundly sleeping and don’t want to awake because of dreaming of Alice (the white girl). Alice begins to cry as the white woman is apt to do to garner sympathy and Tweedledee & Tweedledum (the white male) call out her tears as fake (The white male knows his woman) They go on to say that if the Red King (Afrikan man) awakes to his power as the King, Alice (the white girl) will disappear. Is it any wonder that the Red Queen (Afrikan woman) kept exclaiming “Off with her head!” while in “Wonderland” (White hegemonic world domination).

      But this is just an Afrikan Centered Biological Nationalist interpretation of yurugu’s literature. I could be mistaken.

      • Thanks for that Lumumba! I actually think that’s a great interpretation of Alice in Wonderland. I never looked at it that way! That’s a great way of putting it.

  4. I’m Puerto Rican born and raised first of all. Second, there’s dark skinned women in Puerto Rico in regions like Loiza (which is in the east coast), Ponce which is in the South and some parts of San Juan, (Santurce for example). Still, South America have Black People, a very tiny few but still it doesn’t come out as big as the United States, because I think mainly because of the elimination of the races through breeding. Latinos always have that mentality that to improve your race you must get attached to a white man or girl instead of finding your own. I remember still in my country, the looks they make when I walk down the street or go to places, the name calling, the bullying. It caused my self esteem to go down and it’s still down. Society is at fault here. White Supremacy it’s at fault here too… The issue is how to reverse this mentality that Black women no matter what’s their skin tone aren’t attractive or beautiful? It’s a very complex issue.

    • Anti-blackness is all over those latin countries. It’s in Puerto rico,Dominican Republic,Peru.Brazil,Mexico,Cuba etc. The system of white supremacy is global. So everywhere you go the darker you are…you are considered less attractive. Light skin is always looked at as better. It’s because light skin is associated with wealth and power. That’s why many brothers have a light skin fetish. They are taught it from birth. Everything on television and movies says dark skin is ugly. It’s hard on dark skin men as well. But for women….it’s way worse. Especially if you’re talking about the beauty standard.

      • KP, your point about so-called Afro-Latin men reminds me of one of my father’s WWII Army experiences with an Afro-Cuban brother who was assigned along with him in a racially segregated “Colored” regiment. The Cuban brother would argue with the crew as they sailed across the Pacific that he was not black like them. He was in complete denial and there was no convincing him otherwise. The self-hatred runs deep and it is up to sisters to showcase our beauty to the world by being confident in our Afrikan features and Afrikan style. And if we find ourselves not so confident, fake it till we make it!

      • I feel you Sunshine.lol Yeah I’ve worked with a few so-called Afro Latinos. Some of the biggest ones in denial are the dark skinned ones. They want to be accepted so bad by there oppressors. It’s really a sad sight to see. They think that because they speak Spanish and have a different culture than American blacks,they should be given more respect by whites. Some Afro-Latino feel they are above American blacks and Africans too. But at some point they get their “n*gga wake up” call.lol

    • Sister keep your head up because the pendulum is swinging back in the direction of the original Afrikan standard of beauty. I know how color-stricken society is and unfortunately even family, as my Louisianan “Creole” side of the family have an reinforced an identity crisis upon the darker side of the family, which has created generations of division and attacks on self-esteem. The institution of slavery did this to us but it is up to you and me, us in this generation to reverse the curse by embracing our Afrikan beauty no matter what. Black is powerful. Black is beautiful.

  5. Great post, KP! You did it again! This post reminds me of chapter 8 in the beauty con game, stolen black beauty. What is also very frustrating and disturbing is all this Black Women are “undesirable” propaganda, but Black Women’s Beauty and excellency is praised on basic White/Non-Black Women.

    I really want to believe sometimes that people aren’t just this blind to believe the propaganda and to fix their mouths and say that Black Women are “unattractive” and “basic.” I want to believe that a lot of it is fear to admit that the black woman’s beauty is compared to none and to keep white women in a false sense of superiority because if people began to openly acknowledge black women as the TRUE standard of beauty they will crack and go mad, lol.

    • Thanks OW13! I told you this year I wasn’t holding back.lol I was going to tackle a lot of subjects that people seem to be afraid of at this present time. I’ll just post it and let people discuss their point of view. The hatred of dark skin women is very deep rooted. The anti-blackness will reach an all time high once Obama is out of office. We can already tell by the fact that a racist like Donald Trump is getting so much support. But I think we have to do some real soul searching and pull together right now. The image of black woman is being degraded at every turn. And dark skinned woman is on the bottom due to this sick racist society. And we have self-hating coons who support this ideology . I have NO more patience self haters of any kind. That must be called out and disregarded as traitors to their people. I have no more time for these interracial daters and race mixers. We have to have a code of conduct regarding pro-blackness. And a lot of these Uncle Toms and Aunt Jemimas will not make the cut! Like I said before…it’s time to thin the herd.

  6. Regarding sister Rashida in the video, WHO IS GORGEOUS BTW, I admire her honesty, but she cannot expect or demand certain treatment from the opposite sex if she’s not even giving herself that kind of love and respect. I understand it’s deeply rooted, but once she changes her thinking, she’ll emit a different energy. And shit like the rude barber’s attitude will just roll off her back.

    Awesome post! I love everything about it, including the comments. SO much truth here.

    Black is beautiful. Beautiful is BLACK! *Black power fist*

    • Thanks sis! I feel what Rashida was trying to say in the video. It is very deeply rooted pain. All women want to be accepted and loved by their own men. It’s only natural. And it’s vey painful when you don’t feel that acceptance. I’m glad you loved the post! I knew you would.lol

      • For sure!

        I know when I lived in Vegas, I just assumed Black men didn’t like Black women because there are so many with white, mixed and Asian women out there. But that didn’t affect the value I place on myself. I knew those men were not on my level so I wasted no time thinking about it. I focused on my errands or having a good time or whatever was going on that day instead of if someone wasn’t approaching me because I’m dark. And these were the times I’d get approached! Like I said on my post, it is oftentimes more about vibes than appearances!

        If she is taken aback just by an honest compliment, she has some work to do before she attracts a good man. So glad she is being so transparent with her journey; I’m sure she’s helping a lot of women in the same position.

  7. @ Kushite Prince
    I know this is a touchy subject when discussing about black women but we need to talk about the obesity in our community. I find it sad when our sister can spend $50 or more to buy Asian hair or pay for a expensive hairstyle. All this money they spend could be use for a membership at a gym or buying exercise equipment. Furthermore, they can go to the park for free & walk around on the track. Sisters are confusing thick with overweight. Black men need to stand up & tell their women you need to get in shape to be healthy in a positive way.

  8. Why should get mad when a horrible zombie insult black women!
    When all this hatred it comes from envy because we are talking about pure jealousy around black women!
    I’m not a plus size black woman but I still can scare people for what I am a black woman! I never felt inferior to white women with and without their makeup are horrible! Why they can’t live without makeup these rats? Because they are ugly! Most interracial couples that I saw these black men with ugly white women their sides!
    White woman can feel beautiful only with non-white men but with white men she can’t feel it! That’s why they act so arrogant!
    Why wish for a white skin that is not a symbol of health but remember the color of the vampires? When black women are lucky enough to be the daughters of the sun? The sun loves black women no white women !
    Really I can’t hold all this bullshit “black women are ugly!”
    Look these beautiful phots!

  9. May I turn your attention on the fact that the US Power Elite´s Neocon fraction (which is more and more dominating the whole US Power Elite of about 100 People, also in the “Democrats”, see Killary) has almost openly declared “Biological Race War” on Non-Europeans in the paper “Rebuilding America´s Defenses” by the Think Tank “Project for a New American Century” from September 2000 (https://de.scribd.com/doc/9651/Rebuilding-Americas-Defenses-PNAC , page 60)! See also: „Ebola: Pandora´s Box Opened Since Long?“ http://wipokuli.wordpress.com/2014/11/12/ebola-pandoras-box-opened-since-long/ & “Zika Virus and a Strange Case”: https://wipokuli.wordpress.com/2016/02/05/zika-virus-and-a-strange-case/
    Andreas Schlüter
    Berlin, Germany

  10. Black women also need to take heat for wanting white males and having “pretty light-skinned” babies. Everybody needs to be held accountable for promoting the propaganda, I have heard horror stories from dark skinned women about how light skinned women treated them. Sometimes it goes both ways but often times women are complicit in their own demise and self-hatred. Case in point Sheryl Underwood by the way the lady who plays the lead in “Meet the Browns” is very dark skinned and one of the hottest women on TV

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