Black women aren’t allowed to be attractive
By anyone’s standards
But bitches stay jocking their shit
Nails, hair, dance moves, language… pretty much everything
i think part…
Why? It’s an ignorant post to even begin with to call out other females that aren’t black for supposedly jocking their shit, do you know how big of a generalization that is , really ignorant
No, whats ignorant is ignoring the fact that for years & years black women’s style has been shit on and called “trashy” or “ghetto” but seeing it get praise when someone non-black does it.
Many of today’s popular dances have roots in Africa but black people were considered classless for doing them. Now non-black people like Miley Cyrus do it & it’s suddenly the best thing since sliced cheese.
Long nails with elaborate art may not have been invented by black women but it was popularized in our communities and we often got picked on for that too…and surprise surprise, non-black women are getting praised for it too.
Instead of taking it personally, why don’t you educate yourself?
And btw idgaf if you unfollow me, lol how old are you really
Black bitches are just mad that we do it better!
^^^ this girl just said black bitches are mad they do it better. Loooooooooooooool. That’s why you look like a gallon of mayo with some door knockers and acrylics stuck in that blob somewhere looool
^^^ This is some shit that I really want to be mindful of, because even though I am a Chicana WOC there are times that Whiteness embraces me at the expense of Black women: I was raised in a middle class environment, have US citizenship, have a non-Hispanic surname, speak unaccented English and have a White parent and so it’s possible sometimes for me to be accepted by structures that are anti-black racist.
There are SO many cool things that I want to embrace (appropriate?) and I recognize that some people feel that there’s no non-appropriative way for me to participate in certain things I want to do like trying to twerk, or using AAVE-based slang like “side-eye”, or taking advantage of the fact that amazing Black women have generated the majority of the best reaction.gifs on the internet, or wearing fashion styles popularized by Black women. I can’t say that I 100% avoid every action that might be questionable but I try to consider things on a case by case basis and, as I said, be really mindful of the privileges at play.
(Apologies if any of my language is bad or if I’m jumping inappropriately into the conversation. If it’s not clear by how ~mindful~ I claim to be, I think about this stuff all the time so I couldn’t help myself.)