Black Transgender Women/Men: Redefining Womanhood?

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Take a real good look at this person.  This is a black man. Or is it? Well I guess it depends on who you ask.  This person on the cover of Metro Weekly is Janet Mock.  The tagline on the magazine says “mighty real”.  Which is very misleading since there is not much real when looking at this cover.  You see Janet Mock  was born a man.  Which means he has a penis.   As far as I know he hasn’t had his penis removed so he’s still a man. But that’s my definition.  But according to this deranged European culture I’m living in I’m supposed to call him a woman. But isn’t Janet just a man in a dress? If I put on an astronaut suit does it make me an astronaut? If I paint myself white does it make me a white man?  I wouldn’t think so.  But the fact they we have to call these people a certain gender because it’s what they “feel” like shows you we are way off course.  We have really lost our minds.

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And what’s really scary is that more and more black people are accepting this false reality.  One of the most popular men  in this transgender movement  is Laverne Cox(pic above).  Cox has been on numerous mainstream magazine covers. He’s been on so many I’ve lost count.  Covers that many authentic black women have never been on.  Why is that?  Is the racist white media trying to redefine black womanhood? Are they trying to portray black women as more masculine by having men imitate them? Sure looks like it to me.  I think it’s a way to destroy the divine feminine principle. It seems like a combination of both sexism and racism.  In a way it’s an insult to both black men and women. Are they trying to get rid of black alpha males? This is really sick and twisted!

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Then we have actor Amiyah Scott. Amiyah is on the drama Star. Star is produced by well known homosexual Lee Daniels.  Much like his other show Empire,Star is full of masculine lesbians,homosexuals,transgenders,violence,crime and interracial sex.  All the things Daniels loves to portray as normal for the black community.  By having more transgenders on network television it normalizes it.  Which is the purpose in my view.

I don’t really follow the transgender/homosexual culture so I never knew about this.  But they actually have transgender contests.  It’s really big in Atlanta.  The video(above) is a contest in which men compete to see who looks the most like a woman.  It’s called the “I AM BALL” contest.  I could tell they were all men so I don’t know how the hell you pick  a winner.

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Not to be left out but they also have a competition for a female to male transition.  This is were females compete to see who looks the most like a man. This is really crazy to watch.  I can’t believe they actually have a contest for this type of thing.  What the hell is going on in Atlanta? I thought it was knows as “Black Mecca”.  Is this what our people are now embracing?

Chimamanda Ngozi Adiche is a Nigerian writer of novels and short stories.  In the video(above) she says that you can’t compare the struggles of women that were born women with transwomen.  She says that it’s not the same thing because they have been women since birth.  Just so you know the term being used today is cisgender. You will hear terms like cis male or cis female.  Which means “male assigned male at birth”. Assigned??  I thought that you are whatever you were at birth.  But you see how they’re making up all these terms to confuse us. Well at any rate Adiche was attacked by actor Laverne Cox. Cox disagreed with Adiche’s statement.   Although she didn’t address Adiche directly,here’s the statement by Cox:

“I was talking to my twin brother today about whether he believes I had male privilege growing up. I was a very feminine child though I was assigned male at birth. My gender was constantly policed. I was told I acted like a girl and was bullied and shamed for that. My femininity did not make me feel privileged. I was a good student and was very much encouraged because of that but I saw cis girls who showed academic promise being nurtured in the black community I grew up in in Mobile, Ala. Gender exists on a spectrum & the binary narrative which suggests that all trans women transition from male privilege erases a lot of experiences and isn’t intersectional. Gender is constituted differently based on the culture we live in. There’s no universal experience of gender, of womanhood. To suggest that is essentialist & again not intersectional. Many of our feminist foremothers cautioned against such essentialism & not having an intersectional approach to feminism. Class, race, sexuality, ability, immigration status, education all influence the ways in which we experience privilege so though I was assigned male at birth I would contend that I did not enjoy male privilege prior to my transition. Patriarchy and cissexism punished my femininity and gender nonconformity. The irony of my life is prior to transition I was called a girl and after I am often called a man. Gender policing & the fact that gender binaries can only exist through strict policing complicates the concept of gendered privilege & that’s OK cause it’s complicated. Intersectionality complicates both male and cis privilege. This is why it is paramount that we continue to lift up diverse trans stories. For too many years there’s been far too few trans stories in the media. For over 60 years since Christine Jorgensen stepped off the plane from Europe and became the first internationally known trans woman the narrative about trans folks in the media was one of macho guy becomes a woman. That’s certainly not my story or the stories of many trans folks I know. That narrative often works to reinforce binaries rather than explode them. That explosion is the gender revolution I imagine,one of true gender self determination.”

What was this garbage?  This Cox character has lost his mind! All this talk of gender policing and gender binaries is total nonsense.  He was assigned male at birth because he is a MAN.  It’s just that simple.  All these terms are just going to confuse the younger generation.  They will see homosexuals,lesbians and transgenders as just normal behavior.    This is why men like Cox,Janet Mock and Amiyah Scott are given books and television appearances.

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This is another reason people are debating gender neutral restrooms.  Why is this even a debate?  A man in a dress should not be able to go into a women’s restroom.  There are little girls in there.  No one wants a man pretending to be a woman in a women’s restrooms.  And I don’t think most men would want a transgender men in a men’s restroom.  This shows you how sick European culture has become.  It is going right down the toilet.  And this is all by design.  And this is a serious issue for black people because we live among them.  It is destroying how we view sexuality and womanhood. As I said before I think it’s a way of redefining black womanhood. And to destroy the divine feminine principle.  I hope black people are paying attention.  We are truly living in Hell.

2017 Women’s March: Black Female Perspective

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Following Trump’s inauguration a series of Women’s Marches occurred throughout North America. The protests erupted to preserve the female liberties seemingly threatened by a “conservative” president who boasted of sexually assaulting women. As a female, I empathize and even support the initiatives that foment this March. However, although a woman, I know that I am inevitably black first. Thus, I can’t help but feel that by supporting the women’s march is to support the very means of my oppression.

On my a tri-weekly journey to a previous job, I recall seeing a number of protestors outside of Planned Parenthood at the wee hours of the morning seeking to shame female patrons. One protestor stood out from the others—an elderly white man surely north of seventy-five. He stood hunched over, holding an oaktag with a message written in ballpoint pen. I did not bother to read the poster, but judging by the stoic expression on his face, he was there to cast the stones of white male privilege onto the female body. Standing at the intersectionality of race and gender, the black woman knows this gaze all to well. While the literal gaze casts itself onto the black female body countless places throughout North America, the figurative gaze consumes black femininity in its entirety. The women’s march solely speaks to the “woman” component of this gaze, eliminating the most defining characteristic of black female identity.

Reproductive rights in general proves controversial to  the black female trajectory. A quick glance at history reveals that the black female endured sheer deprivation in terms of reproductive rights—her body used as means for mayoral economic franchisement. White women too encompassed an existence that also regarded them as property, however their fair skin warranted privileges denied to the black female body. These exclusive liberties afforded to white women illustrate the concept of “woman” as a privilege solely applicable to non-male whites. Consider the phrasing “black” woman. The label “Black woman” illustrates that black female intersectionality separates black females from the term’s initial meaning. For any “woman” of another marginalized faction, their race or ethnicity always precedes the term woman—proving their genitals deem them female but their race and ethnicity is first and foremost. Femininity is also a privilege extended exclusively to non-male whites. This exclusivity persists as the black female body only earns femininity when adopting western aesthetics and behavior.

Given the exclusivity of the term “woman,” I find it quite disturbing that white women ( and other oppressed groups) call on the black women for support in their times of distress, yet alienate the black female body when their children, brothers and fathers lay slain on the streets or untagged in the morgue. How many white women “said her name” after Sandra Bland was murdered? How many white women were overtly outraged after the Trayvon Martin verdict was rendered?

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To take a trip down memory lane, how many white female feminists supported Tawana Brawley in her 1988 trial? If autonomy over the female body is right every woman deserves- why was their no feminist congregation when this young, black girl was sexually assaulted by a number of white men? The answer is simple.  Issues that engage both blackness and femininity become “black” issues instantaneously. This fact reveals that feminism is simply not built to encompass intersectional identities and thereby is not equipped to extinguish black female disenfranchisement.

It seems that former President Barack Obama’s victory disgruntled feminists, who supported this victory as long as it was a symbol of the feminist victory to follow.  It seems feminists felt that history would repeat itself. Namely, black male voting privilege preceded white female voting liberties.  Thus, feminists deemed Clinton’s victory inevitable following Obama’s 2008 victory. Dr. Angela Davis expressed a similar sentiment in the following excerpt from her book Women, Race and Class,

“The representative women of the nation have done their uttermost for the last thirty years to secure freedom for the negro; and as long as he was lowest in the scale of being, we were willing to press his claims, but now, as the celestial gate to civil rights is sIowly moving on its hinges, it becomes a serious question whether we had better stand aside and see ‘Sambo’ walk into the kingdom first.” (Davis 70)

Now that it seems that the black collective has something that the white female collective does not, the bells of white privilege right loudly under the veil of feminism.

Feminism functions to afford white women the same liberties as white men. The main component of these liberties is racism—deeming black female participation in any feminist activity injurious. Thus, to participate in a woman’s march as a black woman is to   march along to the stagnant beat of white supremacy. For the black woman is a queen, but to the western world she will never truly be  a woman.

Article written by C.C. Saunders

Zionist Jews wanted Donald Trump all along!

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Well the election is over now.  I don’t want black people to get too upset.  I told you before we never had a dog in this race. Killary Clinton is a warmonger,feminist,racist witch.  And Trump is a racist,sexist,self absorbed buffoon.  He may be a good businessman but a buffoon nonetheless.  But he is also a puppet for the Zionist Jews.  Clinton is a covert racist.  She panders to black people by going to black churches and pretending to be down with our struggle.  Trump didn’t do all that.  He spoke directly to poor whites who felt disenfranchised.  White people who felt they were not represented in the last eight years.  His whole platform was a softer version of white nationalism.  And white folks ran out in droves at the polls!  I can’t say I’m surprised.  Trump can’t be any worse than Obama.  Obama did more for Hispanics and homosexuals than blacks. What did Obama do for the black collective? Go ahead I’ll wait……………….

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But I believe the elite always wanted Trump in office.  Clinton thought he was so racist and sexist that she couldn’t lose.  She thought it made her look better by comparison. Well she thought wrong.  Who knows…maybe some of his policies will help black people indirectly.  Obama was too scared to do anything for black people.  Or he wasn’t allowed to.  So lets see what happens in the Trump era.  We are filling up the prisons.  Black families are falling apart. Millions of black people are unemployed. Unarmed black people are killed by the police.  Can it get any worse??

 

Kushite Kingdom Awards 2016

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Welcome to the first Kushite Kingdom Awards! I usually deal with a lot of current events and topics my subscribers like to discuss.  But I’m not serious all the time.  I like to laugh and joke around like everyone else.  So I thought I would do something a little fun.  I also wanted to show a token of appreciation to all the black bloggers who have given me great information and food for thought. It’s a real battle out here in the blogosphere. And I appreciate all the words of encouragement from fellow bloggers.    This is not a real competition.  This is all meant in fun.  As you will see from some of the categories. But let me know your picks in the categories.  If enough people like this awards edition I may make it an annual event. So be sure to cast your votes and add anyone to the list I may have left out. My apologies to anyone that didn’t make the list.  Don’t hold it against me.  I appreciate all my subscribers. Peace.

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Nat Turner Award-Favorite Male Blogger

1.Land of Kam

2. Onitaset Kumat

3.Black My Story

4.Nidotopian Warrior

5.Lumumba Afrika

6.Hung Like Jesus

7.Moorbey

8.Aniga Shakur

9.Amos Magazine

10. Melanated Man

11. AfrikaNeeds

12. Wyzedome

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Harriet Tubman Award-Favorite Female Blogger

  1. Diary of a Negress
  2. TruthAngel07
  3. Kelley
  4. Original Black Woman
  5. Sunny D
  6. Malaika Mutere
  7. Roshumba Monique
  8. Trojan Pam
  9. Shelby Courtland
  10. Tired Sista
  11. C.C. Saunders
  12. Cree7

Favorite Post by a Male Blogger

  1. Globalization and Religion of Scarcity- BlackMyStory
  2. War on Black People Part 1:Education- Black Eyebawse
  3. An Ode to the Lost Children-Nidotopian Warrior
  4. So What is Human?- One Tawny Stanger
  5. The Black Man-Black Woman Relationship-Melanated Man
  6. Black & Brown Coalition- Authentic African Vanguard
  7. Eyes a Free Man Massa!- Cliff Green
  8. People trying to escape their Ancestry-Afrika Needs
  9. The Rape of Horus- Hugh Cipher
  10. They care more about Harambe than Michael Brown- 4th Angels Bowl

Favorite Post by a Female Blogger

  1. Manifestation for a New Mother- Tahtahme
  2. Hillary Clinton,A Nasty Woman!- Shelby Courtland
  3. The Beast and The Goddess-Roshumba Monique
  4. Locked,Stocked and Ready to Roll- Diary of a Negress
  5. Lipstick and Heels: Black Business Spotlight- C.C. Saunders
  6. Is the Roots remake a History Lesson-Trojan Pam
  7. Mother-Kelley
  8. The White Bitch!-TruthAngel07
  9. Original Black Beauties of the Day- Original Black Woman
  10. Vital Note to Melanin People- Queen Adira

 

Favorite Musician

1.Watoto from the Nile

2.United Front

3.OSHUN

4. Richard Raw

5.Maafa Sankofa

6.Tahir RBG

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Most Beautiful Female Blogger

  1. Nekisha Lewis
  2. Sunny D.
  3. Kelley
  4. Chantel Keona
  5. Jeanette Ayala
  6. Eileen Dautruche
  7. Malaika Mutere

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Best Athlete

  1. Lebron James
  2. Derrick Rose
  3. Serena Williams
  4. Usain Bolt
  5. Allyson Felix
  6. Floyd Mayweather

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Most Beautiful Black Woman

  1. Sira Kante
  2. Yaya DaCosta
  3. Emayatzy Corinealdi
  4. Teyana Taylor
  5. Nandi Mngoma
  6. Lesliana Pereira
  7. Nomzamo Mbatha
  8. DeWanda Wise
  9. Simone Missisk
  10. Lerato Kganyago

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Most Outspoken Mulatto

1.Colin Kaepernick

2.Jesse Williams

3. Zaza Ali

4. J. Cole

5. Barack Obama

Favorite Sellout Buffoon

1.Kodak Black(watch the video)

2. Roland Martin(Buck danced with Hillary Clinton)

3. Lil Wayne (said ne never experienced racism)

4.Mary J. Blige(singing to Hillary Clinton)

5. Stephen A. Smith(always defends white supremacy,attacks black people)

Biggest Interracial Sellout

  1. Tika Sumpter(white baby daddy)
  2. Eddie Murphy(white baby mama)
  3. Alfre Woodard(white husband)
  4. Nate Parker (white wife)
  5. Charles Barkley(white wife)

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Most Honest White Supremacist

1.Tomi Lahren

2. Hillary Clinton

3.Donald Trump

4. Ann Coulter

5. Sean Hannity

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Best Impersonation of a Black Person

  1. Shaun King
  2. Kim Kardashian
  3. Iggy Azalea
  4. Rachel Dolezal
  5. Robin Thicke

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Biggest threat to Black Liberation and Unity

1.Interracial Marriage

2. Feminism

3. Homosexual Agenda

4.Misogyny

5. Negrophobia(Black self hatred)

6. Fake Black Leaders

7. All of the above

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Lifetime Coon Achievement Award: Morgan Freeman (Honorable mention: Charles Barkley,Don Lemon and Jesse Lee Peterson)

 

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Militant Mulattoes: Jesse Williams,Zaza Ali and J. Cole

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This past Sunday was the BET Awards.  It’s a celebration of black music,television and film.  I used to watch the award show years ago but it doesn’t hold my interest much anymore.  Mainly because the show promotes music that denigrates black women,colorism,negative images of black people and all around anti-blackness. But yesterday all over the news they were covering a speech given by biracial actor Jesse Williams.  He was given the Humanitarian Award and gave a passionate speech about racism ,oppression,police brutality and cultural appropriation.  That’s a lot to cover under four minutes.  Williams is an actor on the ABC drama Grey’s Anatomy. Some fear he may lose his job for speaking out on these issues.  I highly doubt he will lose his job. If anything he will be praised for speaking on these issues.  Here’s what he said:

This is for the real organizers all over the country, the activist, the civil rights attorneys, the struggling parents, the families, the teachers, the students that are realizing that a system built to divide and impoverish and destroy us cannot stand if we do. It’s kinda basic mathematics: the more we learn about who we are and how we got here the more we will mobilize.

“This award is also for the black women in particular who have spent their lives nurturing everyone before themselves – we can and will do better for you.

“Now, what we’ve been doing is looking at the data and we know that police somehow manage to de-escalate, disarm and not kill white people every day. So what’s going to happen is we’re going to have equal rights and justice in our own country or we will restructure their function and ours.

“I got more, y’all. Yesterday would have been young Tamir Rice’s 14th birthday so I don’t want to hear any more about how far we’ve come when paid public servants can pull a drive-by on a 12-year-old playing alone in a park in broad daylight, killing him on television, and then going home to make a sandwich.

“Tell Rekia Boyd how it’s so much better to live in 2012 than 1612 or 1712. Tell that to Eric Garner, Sandra Bland.

“The thing is though, all of us here are getting money, that alone isn’t going to stop this. Dedicating our lives to getting money just to give it right back to put someone’s brand on our body – when we spent centuries praying with brands on our bodies, and now we pray to get paid for brands on our bodies?

“There has been no war that we have not fought and died on the front lines of. There is no job we haven’t done, there is no tax they haven’t levied against us, and we have paid all of them.

“But freedom is always conditional here. ‘You’re free!’ they keeping telling us. ‘But she would be alive if she hadn’t acted so … free.’ Now, freedom is always coming in the hereafter, but the hereafter is a hustle: We want it now.

“Let’s get a couple of things straight. The burden of the brutalized is not to comfort the bystander – that’s not our job so let’s stop with all that. If you have a critique for our resistance then you’d better have an established record, a critique of our oppression.

“If you have no interest in equal rights for black people then do not make suggestions to those who do: sit down.

“We’ve been floating this country on credit for centuries, and we’re done watching and waiting while this invention called whiteness uses and abuses us, burying black people out of sight and out of mind while extracting our culture, our dollars, our entertainment like oil – black gold! – ghettoizing and demeaning our creations and stealing them, gentrifying our genius and then trying us on like costumes before discarding our bodies like rinds of strange fruit.

“Just because we’re magic doesn’t mean we’re not real.

“Thank you.”

It was a decent speech and he touched on a lot of issues.  But I noticed when they showed his parents in the audience I noticed his white mother.  I think this causes a lot of confusion for black people.  Can you be pro-black with a white parent? This is something I’ve noticed over the last few years.  There are many biracial people coming out speaking on the black struggle.  Many biracial people have gotten the spotlight in the entertainment and sports world.

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Canadian rapper Drake is one of the biggest rappers in the industry right now. This is his white mother,Sandi.

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Grammy award winning singer/actress  Alicia Keys has spoken on issues that affect the black community.  Even though her mother Terria is a white woman.

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Rapper J. Cole gets a lot of praise for dropping socially conscious lyrics. This pic is of him and his mother Kay.

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Some people tend to forget but legendary reggae singer Bob Marley sang about black unity and African people.  Even though he  had a white father.

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On the black conscious circuit there is a biracial woman named Zaza Ali.  I first be familiar with her back in 2013.  She was doing a radio show with rapper Professor Griff.  She touched on issues such as black empowerment,religion,feminism,racism and politics.  She became quite popular in a short time.  Since then she and Griff have parted ways.  And she is now doing lectures and selling dvd’s and books.  I got the felling she was using Griff to get to the next level on the lecture circuit.  Also I think she knows that her light skin,white features and “good hair” will attract more attention then the darker skinned black women.  She is using the fact that many black people are self loathing and will fawn over her looks.  And she has become quite successful in the process. Many people believe she was a fraud from the beginning.  I also heard that she dated Griff and the broke up after she was down with him.  I can’t say I’m surprised at all.  Shame on Griff for falling for it.

In this video(above) Zaza is confronted by a caller on a radio show.  The caller asks her can she truly be against white supremacy if she has a white mother.  You will notice in the video that Zaza never answers the question.  I’m not really surprised at her response.  This also goes back to the Jesse Williams speech.  Can you really fight this racist system if your parent is white?  How can you give 100% against white racism if you came from a white vagina?  I don’t think it’s really possible. A mother is the first person a baby learns to love.  Your mother fed you and cared for you as a baby. Now you’re going to fight against the people who look just like her. NO way in Hell is that going to happen.  Black people need major systematic change for the empowerment of how our people.  And I just don’t think most biracial/mixed people are going to go all the way when the time comes. Also  Jesse Williams is working on a documentary about the Black Lives Matters movement. I have already covered how BLM is funded by rich white folks.  Any movement funded by your open enemy will not liberate you.  Always remember that.

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So while it was nice that Williams spoke out against white racism it is nothing new.  Marcus Garvey spoke about that decades ago.  Williams talked about police brutality.  Kwame Toure did that years ago. So let’s not act like Williams is the next Malcolm X.  He brought up issues that should be brought up but he said nothing new. It’s just that he was given a large platform to say it to millions of people so it’s getting a lot of hype.  You must also keep in mind that BET is owned by Viacom. The president is a white man named Philippe Dauman. This speech was planned in advance.  They already knew what he was going to say.  This was no surprise. They used this opportunity to stir up some controversy and get people talking.  And it worked.  Black people get excited when we hear some truth don’t we?  But I believe that hearing pro-black rhetoric is more palatable when coming from biracial people.  It’s more acceptable by whites when they hear it from them because they know they have a white parent.  So they don’t take it that seriously.  And many black people suffer from low self esteem so we like hearing this language from someone with light skin,straight hair and light colored eyes.  And Jesse knew what he was doing when he shouted out the black women.  Many black women in the audience were standing up clapping.  I’m sure many of them were fawning over his light skinned ambiguous looks. Much the same way Zaza Ali many times will come down hard on black women.  And she will talk about black men in a positive light.  And of course many black men in the conscious community fawn over her and call her a “real Black queen”.  Do you see the pattern?  I’m telling you,these biracial people know exactly what they’re doing.  I understand they can’t help their parent is a white person. They have no control over that.  But I just wonder why they are given a platform to speak so often on black issues.  They are not of majority African descent.  They maybe non-whte but that doesn’t automatically make them black either. So what do you think? Should they be given a platform to speak for us?  And also can they be genuine in the struggle…if they have a white parent?

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Breaking the Woman like a Horse:Plantation Tales

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The urban legend of Willie Lynch according to some, was and is a fake. However, fake or not, whomever it was that first put that information out into the public realm did touch a raw nerve amongst members of the African family. In the Willie Lynch letter, we gleam the essence of how the devil in tight leggings used criminality and terrorism to manufacture the Knee-grow out of an African. Numerous documentations, slave narratives, first hand accounts by none slaves (which gives them more authenticity I guess) and films have described the various methods used to commit or attempt to commit genocide on African peoples in America Inc.

 

Amongst the issues African people have had to contend with, is the division between the Male and female.  Since people are the base of any cultural imperative, creating a dysfunctional relationship amongst the people has to start with breaking the accord between the African male and female, who together enforces and re-enforces the concept of culture, community, and our story of our existence.

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The various ways to “break” a horse can all be effective, but some ways have unwelcome side-effects, such as influencing the disposition, much like rearing a child with dominance instead of positive communication can make for a violent or submissive adult.

 

“You can buck ’em out, snub ’em up, sack ’em out, throw ’em down, desensitize them, dominate them into submission, use tack-less training, or any of the other systems offered by professional trainers. However, any method that might lead to injury or pain or discomfort can be costly in time or money as well as physical and emotional well-being for horse and/or rider. Other methods also require timing and knowledge that inexperienced people simply do not have. The bottom line should be safety for horse and rider, and maximum comfortableness for both.”

 

This is the essence of what the Willie Lynch letter described as the most ideal for manufacturing a knee-grow. This link details further, the Willie Lynch design for handling a knee-grow and is the basis for how the African male and female act and relate to each other today, and how the female specifically acts and reacts to the world around her. This link is very important because in it one can see where the separation begins. Reading further should bring clarity to our over standing of the methods and means of designing and manufacturing the knee-grow.

African people trying to access the “new” media is the latest path we’ve used for self expression that unfortunately ends up making us look like parodies of our selves. African woman yearn so much to fit into the Anglo-Saxons ideals of beauty and success that they manifest, as a form of “liberation expressions” for African woman, the same neurotic behavior we accuse Anglo-Saxon females of indulging in. The differences are the Anglo-Saxon female’s neurosis is codified within their cultural and social expressions and worldview, while the African woman codifies her neurosis from a foreign cultural platform. This foreign platform with no African foundation, denies the African female the necessary cushion to fall back on when her neurosis is in need of treatment.

 

Sex and the female images

Sarah Baartman

 For the longest time National Geography’s pictorials of indigenous women, bare breasted or naked, except for a strip of cloth over the pubis, has been the average Western (primarily Anglo-Saxon) male’s introduction to non western peoples. Anglo-Saxon women, in seeking to wrestle back their femininity from their paternalist sexual oppressors, misunderstand the “naturalness” of these indigenous women and mislabel it as sexual freedom.  In their eyes, they should be allowed to express their freedom to be scantily clad or naked will these Neanderthal brutes can admire her feminine sexuality without touching her uninvitingly, accept her without wanting to clutch at her and respect her without conditions.

 

This is where the neurosis of the Anglo-Saxon women plays its most dangerous role. On one hand there is a brutish, paternalistic system, based on millennium long belief that the woman is a tool for sexual gratification or breeding. She is then easily cast aside when his interest in her wanes, primarily has she gets older, or another young female comes along.  On the other hand, we have the female, desirous, of being wanted by her companion, wanting to be respected by him as much more than a breeder or a sex object, who uses her body FIRST, to entice and compel her man to respect her and treasure her.  She gladly spreads her legs and shows her ass in literary magazines like Playboy, Hustler and the appropriately named swine.  She exposes her neediness in many forms, primarily as willing sexual objects, yet decries the lack of respect she receives as a thinking intellectual human being.

 

African women, who grew up worshipping the many attributes and ways of the Anglo-Saxon female, see them doing little or no wrong as they embark on what Einstein says is “doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result.  The African female strives to emulate the Anglo-Saxon female in everything she does.  This includes using sex and the availability of sex to get attention, get a “good catch”, to give a head, to get ahead economically or socially. A part of the learned mainstream American culture is sexism and misogyny. Even though the Caucasian male is the most sexist and misogynistic of his kind, he is savvy enough to dress his anti-female hatred in art.  Whether it be visual, performing or literary, his control of the medium of expression, information and education, makes him the source of all that is, considered desirable.

Nicki..

Due to our Maafa, creating a new breed of people called the knee-grow, we have a tempered plate on which Willie Lynches metaphorical sons have dragged the African women from her perch as roundly developed being, complementary to her opposite and more importantly …knowing herself from a African specific perspective.

 

A cursory view of images of beauty standards will show examples such as this. The African female after being conditioned by the Willie Lynch methodology, then becomes a scarred victim, emotionally wounded and susceptible to influences from outside herself. This includes the parody of manhood that the African male had become. The African woman is taught to bare her burden silently, to accept her inferior position, while expected to be the backbone of the family, taking care of the children, while her man is out in the cold world foraging for “bread”. The African woman had become that broken horse, unable to resist the influence of a tamed existence, and despite the odd “wild cards” such as Harriet, Mary McLeod Bethune, etc., by the time the late 20th century rolled around, she had become a pliable “material”, to be molded by a succession of outside influences and ready to be “mounted” by who ever wants to.

The numerous influences include the feminist movement, the black power movement, the civil rights movement, affirmative action, welfare, capitalism running amok and religion. The media was and still is the greatest purveyor of negative influence over the African community world wide, none more significant than the so called “standard of beauty” portrayed in this medium.  The standard of beauty is more than just an image per say, but an emotional roller coaster of cultural denial and self-rejection that continues the devastating effect of Willie Lynch’s fabled design.

Entertainment mediums show sex videos and mainstream movies, transmit, promote, and perpetuate negative images of African women as sex objects. Today’s music videos exhibit dancing women wearing bikinis, flashing their body parts to the cameras. These images are shown accompanied by vulgar lyrics that routinely suggest that women are not worth anything more than money. Hollyweird’s depiction of African women range from some of the most vile, cartoonish images of yesterday, to some of the nastiest, cartoonish images we see today. The African women is promoted as being only good for giving up sex, described as whores and good enough to be the consorts of a pimp, power brokers or broke down ghetto queens. The image of the African woman is now glorified as that of prostitutes, while violence is permitted against them. Halle Berry, a talented actress, recently won an Oscar for spreading her legs for the very same rapist Caucasian male, who murdered her husband, yet somebody like Angela Bassett couldn’t win one for her powerful performance as Tina Turner, one of many powerful performances in a brilliant career.

How many of you were aware that knee-grow men and women lobbied the porn industry to include them prominently in that industry?. Claiming that they are being discriminated against through exclusion.  Imagine that!  Porn was created by Caucasian males to satisfy their less than animal urges and we are pissed when we are not included. This is equity misguided.  Today the knee-grow woman proudly shows of her labia in medium such as the now tame sex magazine, to the more raunchy, internet porn. In fact a majority of pornography involving knee-grows, are that of Caucasian men performing all manner of sexual degrading acts on knee-grow women.  You even have this phenomona where groups of Caucasian males would travel around the country, stopping young females and offering them cash, to suck them or have sex with them on video. They have whole productions where different teams of knee-grow and caucasian males, separately pay knee-grow females to whore for cash.

The broken in woman grows at odds with her man, chastising him for a variety of real and imagined reasons, being lazy and good for nothing, all the while her sons and daughters are taking lessons on how a woman is “supposed” to act.

 

Many broken in African women seeking to pick up the pieces of their shattered femininity, becomes a target for the vultures in the feminism movement. They are trained to verbally or psychologically abuse men and call it being strong. When the knee-grow male and female hears “submit to your nature”, both hear a different thing. The male hears “act like a dog”, the female hears, “ submit physically and emotionally to a man”.

Angry couple

Due to the damage done to her psyche, the knee-grow woman had developed a warped understanding of relationships and the type of relationships healthy enough to assist her in her personal goals. It is a woman’s nature to be attracted to the image of a strong powerful male. It is submitting to her nature to want to be taken care of protected by the male. It is her nature to want to nurture and support him. However the lack of cultural transition to adult as a child forces the young females to develop her own understanding of what strong and powerful should be. There’s an old joke , where the woman asked the man, why doesn’t he love her anymore? When he asked why she would say that? She would reply, “well you don’t beat me anymore”, is indicative of the sickness infecting our souls. When young women, fantasize about wanting a thug, looking for thug love and having a thug as her man, she has distorted that need to be protected by a strong powerful male.

Strong Woman..

Allowing herself to be objectified is never a sign of a “strong” woman, neither is acting like the stereotypical “bitch”, man hater or substitute male. The latter two seems to be promoted in the homosexual or business community. From a purely psychological point of view, a man will feel justified in committing physical or psychological violence against women he has objectified. The fact that many of these women co-sign the prevailing attitude in, Hollywood and society in general, embolden these misogynistic louts to continue degrading women. Some of these women co-sign the prevailing attitude by willingly allow themselves to be used as video girls, silver screen ho’s and, as is more popular now, internet ho’s. Dance clubs, back stages of concerts and around the locker room, are flooded with women who express their willingness to do anything sexually with a man to get drinks, money, jewelry, or just to feel privileged and wanted by someone famous.

These types of behaviors have been past down to today’s generation after the breaking in process, during the MAAFA, when African woman were forced to spread their legs, willingly or unwillingly for slave masters and overseers for their animalistic pleasures, and the enslave male for breeding. African women were sometimes used as breeding instruments to produce more human property, and at other times forced to give sex to pay for food, the safety of her children, or to be treated less harshly on a day to day basis. They were “paying” with their bodies as a survival strategy.

Out of this emerged the stereotype of our women as promiscuous and oversexed, and this shaped our women’s sexual morality and the belief by other ethnic groups of our sexual morality. Some started to look at themselves as society viewed them, and some accepted that they had no control over their own bodies. When trying to fit into the Caucasian society, after the Maafa and take on ascribed Anglo-Saxon gender roles. Some knee-grow men wanted the knee-grow women to have a subordinate role in the home while some women wanted men to be the sole economic providers and use their sexual power to receive economic gain from men. They have been, for the most part, unable to meet each other’s expectations. This is why as a youth worker I see young men acting passive while learning to manipulate women by offering money and power to them.

I’ve heard of the metal girls syndrome, where many knee-grow males learning to value economic resources and used these resources as a way to manipulate and control women. In addition, some women learn to negotiate with their bodies for things that they wanted.  In order to gain access to these things and to get the love and attention from men that they want, some women felt they must cater to the exploitative images of what men want and think women should be.Many women define their own worth on what they can do for and get from a man. Some women were willing to take risks with their bodies, minds and hearts hoping to raise their socio-economic status and gain security for their children’s future, and they have learned to use their sexuality to do this. In the end this is the result of the “Willie Lynch” design for the African enslavement by creating the phenomona we call the knee-grow.

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